It was like a glorified peanut butter. I rubbed my two brain cells together really hard and thought of a peanut butter and honey sandwich, one of my default breakfast choices.This was all an experiment and it turned out to be a crowd pleaser. It's almost like a wholesome tasting cinnamon roll. The loaf was gone in a day. I still have more tahini left so I will make this again, but next time I will make them into cinnamon rolls, since each slice would be exposed to the oven heat, giving more surface area to caramelize. If you don't have honey tahini, just add extra honey to plain tahini. I used my bread dough made with Trader Joe's whole wheat bread flour but really any bread dough would work, you could even use the Trader Joe's whole wheat pizza dough found the refrigerator section and I'm sure it would turn out grand or any other dough.
2 cups of whole wheat bread dough
1/2 cup honey tahini (or plain tahini with honey added to your taste)
1/3 cup honey
1/3 cup roasted & salted sunflower seeds
Roll out dough into a 1/2 inch thick rectangle. Spread tahini onto dough leaving a 1 inch border. Drizzle with honey and sprinkle with nuts. Take a picture if you're a food blogger. Roll up dough and either 1) let rise in a warm place if you're using an old school starter like me or 2) place in a pipping hot 375 degree oven and bake for 30 minutes or until brown. If you're using an old school starter, then after an hour or so follow step #2.
Super wholesome and delicious!