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