healthy eating my way (allergy friendly)

Apple do-twittle do bar

I’m back in Norway, no more 80 % humidity and 25 Celcsius, blue sky and sun. We landed, at it was cold, and rainy (of course). But here is some pics to say goodbye to Korea.

This was in our hotel room. I don’t think they got the memo that it is q-tips.

This is a baby seat, that you put your baby in when you go to the toilet. I wish all toilets had this.

My husband love these little sweets. Serve this with some ice cream on the side or on the top, and you are ready to go. This sweet, but so good treat, with the mixture of the apple, coconut and chocolate, melts in your mouth. Who needs a chocolate bar when you have this. I served mine with coconut sherbet. UThe original recipe I found here.


2 cups  cracker crumbs ( I used  ” Mary’s gone crackers” gluten free)
1/2 cup butter, melted
1/2  pkg  (1 1/2 cup) semisweet chocolate morsels
1/2 pkg butterscotch morsels
1 cup sweetened flaked coconut
2 cups peeled and finely chopped  apples
1 1/2 cups  chopped pecans
1  can sweetened condensed milk*



2 eggs
1 cup cane sugar
1 tsp. vanilla extract
2 tbsp.  sorghum flour
1/2 tsp. baking powder
1/4 tsp. salt
Mix all ingredients and use as a substitute for sweetened condensed milk in recipes

1.Preheat oven to 350º.

2.Stir together  cracker  and butter: Spread it on the bottom of a lightly greased 13- x 9-inch pan. Layer  the semisweet chocolate and the remaining ingredients  (in order of  the ingredient list) ; Pour the  condensed milk over the top.

3.Bake  for 40 to 45 minutes or until deep golden brown.

4.Cool off (about 1 hour). Cut into bars.


5 comments on “Apple do-twittle do bar

  1. susielindau
    November 6, 2011

    Yum! Thanks for sharing this!

  2. Kristina
    November 7, 2011

    Oh you are from Norway, what a wonderful country! I hope I will visit it some day soon! Ant that sweet looks very yummy! 😀

  3. foodrefashionista
    January 9, 2012

    Hi, I saw this recipe and noticed the sweetened condensed milk substitute. This is really interesting because I can’t have milk products and have not been able to use recipes with this ingredient. One question: when you say “sorghum,” are you referring to the flour or the grain?

    And thanks for visiting my site. Claire

    • alternative eating
      January 9, 2012

      Hi:) I always enjoy looking at your blog:) I fixed it in the recipe and wrote what it was: it is sorghum flour. Thanks for making me aware:) 🙂

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