Alkaline Recipe: Salted Caramel Slice

OK, this one is outrageous. You are going to LOVE this. I would go as far as to say it’s possibly the most loved recipe I have EVER shared with my private clients in the Alkaline Base Camp.

This is my Alkaline Salted Caramel Slice!

It is PERFECT right now, with Christmas approaching, to take to parties and share with family and friends.

And it is SO quick and simple, contains loads of delicious healthy fats, protein and very, very little sugar per serve – yet it is SO full of flavor and deliciously moreish.

Here’s what Timea, one of my long-term members in my inner-circle coaching membership (The Alkaline Base Camp) had to say:

, Alkaline Recipe: Salted Caramel Slice

Let’s get stuck into it:

Ross’ Alkaline Salted Caramel Slice

Makes 12 Slices


1.5 cups of shredded coconut
6 soft Medjool dates
A pinch of cinnamon

Layer One:

1/2 cup coconut cream
3 Medjool dates
2 tbsp coconut syrup
A pinch of Himalayan salt (or any natural / sea salt)
1 tbsp coconut oil
1/2 cup tahini
a few drops of vanilla essence

Layer Two:

3 tbsp coconut oil
1 tbsp cacao powder
a few drops of vanilla
pinch cinnamon
1 tbsp coconut syrup


  1. Start by blending the base ingredients together until they look like a regular ‘biscuit base’ then add these to a baking tin (regular round one or a rectangle one – whichever you have)
  2. Next blend the layer one ingredients and add this on top of the base.
  3. Now make layer two by, you guessed it, blending these ingredients together and add these on top!
  4. If you are going to eat all of them between yourself, family, guests, etc these within a couple of days, put straight into the fridge. However, if you are planning on having them slowly over a week or two, cover and put in the freezer as sliced, individual serves.
  5. You can remove them and enjoy within just 10-15 minutes of taking them out of the freezer.

And that’s all there is to it! Takes so little time, can be made at the last minute and it needs only 9 ingredients!

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Keep an eye out on your emails as I’ll be sending you my full Alkaline Christmas Day Menu over the next few days: Appetizer – Starter – Soup – Main and today’s recipe – Dessert!

Any questions? Ask below 🙂


, Alkaline Recipe: Salted Caramel Slice

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  1. Lynn Reply

    Is there a substitute for “coconut syrup”?

  2. Lucy Brooks Reply

    Hi, there seems to be a missing ingredient from the Layer 2 instructions? It says to blend but there is only 1 ingredient, the coconut syrup. Should cacao powder be in there, as the picture looks dark like that?
    Also please can you quote grams, it’s really tricky working out cups for different types of ingredient.

  3. Cheryl Kaltwasser Reply

    I reposted this and everyone loved it but one ask me if its a keto friendly recipe?

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  5. Pixie Reply

    Hi there …me again, how many grams is 1.5 cups? I seem to have a lot of coconut here!
    Please could you give measurements for UK/ Europe
    Cheers Ross
    Love Pixie 🙂

  6. Pixie Reply

    Hi Ross
    Firstly thank you so much!
    I’m just wondering …how many of these delicious caramel slices can one eat and still stay alkaline??
    I have a very sweet tooth and I’m still not alkaline …yet.
    I really appreciate your help
    Many thanks

  7. Phoebe Reply

    Hi Ross

    I do not have a food processor. What brand / make to you recommend? I do have a Vitamin blender, but that machine seems to harsh for mixing up some foods…
    Thanks, Phoebe

  8. Robbie Reply

    Could you please give nutritional info on the Raw Salted Carmel Slice?
    How many Calories, Fats, Carbs, etc.
    Would appreciate it very much.
    Thank you,

  9. Shirley Reply

    I am so o glad You are here to help us with your alkaline recipes.
    Thanks so much !

    • Claudia Dalebout Reply

      Hi Ross..for the base..when you say “blend” you mean in a blending machine?..I seem to think that because there is no wont blend in a machine?

      • ross Reply

        A blender or food processor works 🙂

  10. Katie Reply

    Hi Ross – Thanks for this delicious looking dessert recipe!
    I can’t do dates; would rice malt syrup work as a substitute please (no fructose)?
    Would love to make this if there’s a substitute for the dates ????
    BTW Congrats on your new son ????