The three vegan chocolate truffle recipes that follow are easy to make, delicious, and healthier than many such recipes for trifles. These recipes do no contain any dairy or processed sugar. If you are carefully following a gluten-free diet, you can substitute gluten-free oat flour. I think there is something yummy here for everyone! Cheers!
Red Bean Truffles
The picture above is from marta_kozlowska84on Instagram. Her recipe is in Polish but I am guessing it is very similar to Candace Feldman's in her lovely book "Lean Into Plants: 100+ Simple & Delicious Primarily Plant-Based Recipes Designed for Weight Loss and Fueling Your Body." This is one of many very quick, delicious and healthy recipes designed to "nourish your whole self: body, mind and spirit".
1 15-ounce can of red kidney beans, drained, rinsed, and patted dry
1/2 cup melted chocolate chips
1/4 cup of smooth almond butter
Form into about 10, 1" balls. Roll in various toppings and refrigerate about an hour! High energy and high protein-- perfect for after a work-out or a special little soiree.
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HEMP SEED ENERGY BALLS
Find the recipe for these super food energy balls HERE. Hemp seed has a near-perfect ratio of essential fatty acids. And when you stud your chocolate with hemp seeds, you will notice how yummy and nutty it tastes! It also is gluten-free. A great snack after that walk in the fresh Spring or brisk winter air!
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Almond-Oat Chocolate Vegan Truffles
Find the recipe for these luscious truffles made with almond and oat flours HERE. This has a nice mild flavour with a chocolatey focus, and a great video demo that shows just how easy these little bliss balls are to whip up!