Chocolate Avocado Truffles (Vegan)
I made these amazing vegan chocolate truffles a few days ago and it’s fair to say they are so delicious and addictive I’ve nearly eaten them all…I actually had to take some to my mums for her to eat or I have no doubt that I would have scoffed the lot!
I thought I’d better post these amazing chocolate truffles ASAP before everyone’s new year health kick starts. Have you over indulged? I’ve definitely enjoyed lot’s of delicious food, but you know what I really do believe in balance, and yes I know it’s easy to say but for me eating healthily and moderately most of the time (even Christmas) means that I don’t have to go crazy with a health regime in January. Plus I’m now in a place where I feel happy having a few healthy treats occasionally, so chocolate truffles it is!
And of course there are no bad ingredients in my deliciously addictive little chocolate truffles. Guess what makes them all gooey and creamy? It’s actually avocado. Which is then combined with some really good quality vegan chocolate (I used Raiz the bar), raw organic cacao, organic coconut oil and some coconut honey…what’s not to love?
The taste of these truffles is out of this world – so densely rich because of the raw cacao and dark and intense chocolate. You’ve got to try these! X
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- 1 ripe avocado
- 80g melted high quality vegan chocolate – 1 used Raiz the bar
- 2 tbsp melted coconut coconut oil
- 3 tbsp raw cacao – I used Aduna
- 2 tbsp coconut honey, maple syrup, rice malt syrup
- Pinch pink salt
- Add the avocado, cacao, sweetener and salt to your food processor or high speed blender. Blitz until smooth and creamy.
- Very gently melt the coconut oil and chocolate in a pan then add to the processor. Pulse to combine everything.
- Transfer to a bowl and then pop into the fridge for a couple of hrs to firm up so that you can roll them.
- Scoop out bite size pieces of the truffle mix and role into balls and then in some more cacao.
- Store in the fridge.