Healthy Chocolate Truffles are ridiculously easy to make with just 4 clean ingredients. These vegan truffles are oil-free, dairy-free, sugar-free and perfect for snacking, simple dessert or road trips.
If you’re looking for a quick dessert that is equally healthy and delicious, then you’re in for a treat. These creamy Chocolate Truffles are one of those desserts that you feel good about eating.
Not only it’s easy to make, but it also supplies you with many nutrients that are so important for healthy well-being.
This recipe was inspired by Homemade truffles with dates and nuts. It’s a wonderful recipe that is almost completely raw. So if you’re looking for ideas with dates, go and check that post out.
This time, however, my recipe is made with only 4 good-for-you ingredients. There’s no dairy, sugar or oil. These simple truffles are vegan and paleo compliant.
These dark chocolate truffles are great for Christmas, snack or any other occasion.
My favorite thing about these Healthy Truffle Balls is that they’re so easy to make with the healthiest ingredients.
- 🍫 Dark chocolate – in vegan desserts I always recommend using Hu Chocolate bars. They’re Sugar-free, Oil-free and Soy-free and have the best taste. Enter the code IRYNA15 for 15% off on all Hu Kitchen products
- 🥑 Avocado – healthy fats
- Matcha powder – very high in antioxidants that may help neutralise harmful free radicals
- Cacao powder – for coating the truffles. Please note, I recommend using raw cacao powder versus Cocoa powder. The latter is more processed hence contains less nutrients than raw cacao powder
1. Break chocolate bar into smaller pieces and place them in a large heat-proof bowl. Set the bowl over a pot filled with 2 inches of simmering water. Stir until chocolate has melted.
2. Meanwhile mash the avocado making sure to break small lumps. The best way to do this is to push scooped avocado through a fine metal strainer.
3. Turn off the heat and place the bowl on a counter. Add avocado and Matcha powder and stir to combine. The mixture will harden.
4. Cover the bowl with a plastic wrap and chill for 30 minutes.
5. Using your hands roll the mixture into small balls and coat them with cacao powder.
These healthy dark chocolate truffles should be stored in a refrigerator in an airtight container for up to 5 days.
Here’re some other additions to these delectable vegan truffles that are recommend:
- instead of Cacao powder, you can use shredded coconut or finely chopped nuts for coating the truffles
- in addition, you can melt some more vegan chocolate and drizzle truffles with melted chocolate
- prepare vegan caramel, found in this Toffee Pudding recipe and put some caramel inside the truffles
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Healthy Chocolate Truffles
- Break chocolate bar into smaller pieces and place them in a large heat-proof bowl. Set the bowl over a pot filled with 2 inches of simmering water. Stir until chocolate has melted.
- Mash the avocado making sure to break small lumps. The best way to do this is to push scooped avocado through a fine metal strainer.
- Cover the bowl with a plastic wrap and chill for 30 minutes.
- Using your hands roll the mixture into small balls and coat them with cacao powder. Enjoy!