Tahini Swirl Brownie Baking Kit
We teamed up with our friends at OCCO and Renewal Mill to put together the perfect gift for the bakers in your life! This gift set includes a spice kit we made in collaboration with OCCO, Gluten Free, Vegan, Upcycled Dark Chocolate Brownie Mix from Renewal Mill, a jar of our Classic Tahini and a container of our Toasted Sesame Halva. The spice kit includes a QR that takes you to two recipes, which use the included spices: Spiced Tahini Swirl Brownies and Roasted Carrot & Tahini Dip.
Unfortunately we are not able to make any flavor substitutions.
SHIPPING: It may take up to 10 business days to ship out due to high holiday demand. We cannot guarantee a specific delivery date. We are currently shipping Monday-Wednesday. Note that orders placed Wednesday-Sunday will not ship until the following Monday. Please reach out to email@example.com if you have any questions.
SPICE KIT: Side 1: Salt, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Rose // Side 2: Chile, Cumin, Paprika, Sumac
DARK CHOCOLATE BROWNIE MIX: Organic Cane Sugar, Natural Cocoa Powder, Brown Rice Flour, Organic Okara Flour, Organic Pea Starch, Sea Salt, Vanilla Bean, Baking Powder, Xanthan Gum
TOASTED SESAME HALVA: sesame seeds, cane sugar, glucose syrup, saponaria extract
ORGANIC TAHINI: Hulled and roasted Ethiopian sesame seeds
The halva is certified kosher by the Rabbinate of Ashdod. The tahini is certified kosher by OU. Please email us if you would like to see the certificates.
The halva pieces are individually wrapped and packed upside down in a protective container. Flip each piece out of the container onto a cutting board when ready to serve.
Halva lasts for 4-6 months when stored in a cool, dry place, but we hope you eat it all before then! You can leave your halva in the small containers it ships in or in a similar airtight container. We don't recommend freezing halva, as it will damage the delicate, flaky texture.
Unopened, tahini lasts for up to 18 months when stored in a cool, dry place. Once opened, your tahini will last for 12 months. We recommend storing your tahini in the fridge to slow the natural separation of oil, which may start to occur after a few months.
If you notice that your tahini has a layer of oil at the top, that doesn’t mean it’s gone bad! All you need to do is give your jar a good stir before using it.