Dark Chocolate Truffles

Dark Chocolate Truffles

These chocolate truffles are RICH, CREAMY and a DELIGHTFUL way to enjoy chocolate in a way that is free of JUNK and FULL of nutrients!

They are not in the least only enjoyable for people on a grain-free, sugar-free diet…..EVERYONE WILL LOVE THESE GAPS-friendly dark chocolate truffles.

 

 

RECIPE:

3 bakers chocolate squares-chopped up

½ C coconut milk (canned kind)

½ C coconut manna (AKA- coconut butter)

½ C coconut oil

½ C almond flour

½ C raw honey

3 servings of stevia

Pinch of real salt

1 t vanilla extract

 

 

  1. Heat coconut oil and milk over medium heat until bubbling.
  2. Remove and add coconut manna and chocolate squares. Let melt.
  3. Whisk together with the rest of the ingredients until smooth and creamy.
  4. Place in fridge for at least 3 hours until semi-solid.
  5. Scoop out small spoonfuls of chocolate and shape into a ball.
  6. Roll in toppings, i.e. chopped nuts or coconut.

 

Party!

 

NOTES:

  • Store in fridge or freezer, they will melt if they are at room temperature for too long.
  • It’s hard to get a perfect ball because they start to melt with your hand temperature, so work fast and don’t worry too much about the shape.
  • If you wait to add the raw honey until it cools down a bit, it should stay raw, maintaining its wonderful benefits.

 

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