Edited to add: Since making this Chocolate Truffle Recipe back in 2011, I have perfected my recipe. My new favorite is my Coconut Oil Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups. They are so tasty with our without nuts, especially with a bit of sea salt sprinkled on the top!
The first time my husband tried them, he didn’t know they were low or no sugar. They are THAT good! If you’re a dark chocolate fan, these Dark Chocolate Nutty Fruit Bites are also really easy to make. They make a great gift idea!
Trying to eat a no sugar, no white flour diet is hard sometimes. Heck…….what am I saying? It’s hard ALL THE TIME! But I thought I’d share this yummy sugar-free Coconut Oil Chocolate Truffle recipe. These are healthy and will curb any sweet tooth you’ve got going.
Chocolate Truffle Recipe made with Coconut Oil
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Mix equal parts of coconut oil and cocoa. I mix 3 tablespoons of each. Place it in your microwave for about 15 seconds to make it easier to blend. Add Truvia or stevia for desired sweetness. I used 4 individual packets. Add nuts if you’d like. I prefer walnuts, but the almonds were good too.
Drop into small sized baking cups. You could use a small cupcake tin if you have one, but not necessary. Chill in the refrigerator for at least 20 min. Take out and enjoy!
But they do melt fast, so you’ll either need to eat them all or place some back in the fridge.
- use peppermint stevia drops to add a minty flavor
- add a bit of peanut butter….Mmmm
- add chopped dried fruit.