Although finding Malawi coffee is challenging, I highly encourage you to keep your eyes open, and ask your local coffee roasters if they have it or can order it. By increasing the demand, roasters will increase their offer, helping one of the poorest countries in the world in the process china logistics. If you are in Europe or elsewhere in the world, you might have more success finding it than here in North America. For those of you living in Europe, Coffee direct is offering 20% off all orders placed on their Malawi Coffee from Dec 7th – Dec 31st, 2015, as part of this virtual blog party. Simply use the #loveMALAWIcoffee promo code at checkout to claim the discount.
My contribution to this virtual party are these delicious vegan and gluten-free blondies with homemade nutella. These little squares are slightly crispy on the edges, but super moist in the middle, with a delicious hint of espresso flavour, and swirled with a scrumptious but super-easy-to-make nutella (!!!).
Homemade nutella is ridiculously easy to make, much healthier and to my taste so much better than the store-bought version. If you’ve never made it before, you have to give it a try! There are many different variations of nutella recipes across the Internet – some of them use milk, dates or sugar ship from china. I went for an easy version to keep things as simple as possible for you.
Enjoy these as a dessert or a delicious snack to replace your afternoon coffee. Or share them with your loved ones this holiday season.
Coffee Blondies with Homemade Nutella (Vegan + GF) // The Green Life LifeFollow us with the hashtag #loveMalawicoffee and be sure to pop over these other wonderful blogs today to discover more mouth-watering recipes celebrating Malawi coffee! A huge thank you to Kimberly of The Little Plantation for organizing this beautiful event.