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Delicious Healthy Truffles

Delicious Healthy Truffles created by havent the slightest

These make a great snack or dessert. I keep them in a bowl in the fridge, covered, for about three days, and my family munches one or two when they want a bit of something instead of having a piece of chocolate or a cookie. I adapted the recipe from George Mateljan's World's Healthiest Foods website.

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  • Chop dates and prunes into small pieces, then squish together with a fork (use a sturdy, large bowl).
  • Add peanut butter and maple syrup and mix together.
  • Add cocoa and mix thoroughly.
  • Roll mixture into bite-size pieces and roll in coconut to cover.
  • Refrigerate and eat!
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"These make a great snack or dessert. I keep them in a bowl in the fridge, covered, for about three days, and my family munches one or two when they want a bit of something instead of having a piece of chocolate or a cookie. I adapted the recipe from George Mateljan's World's Healthiest Foods website."
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  1. havent the slightest
    Delicious Healthy Truffles Created by havent the slightest
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  2. havent the slightest
    Excellent recipe. I only used about 1/4 cup of coconut, and I substituted honey for the maple syrup. I also added a bit of water after mixing in the cocoa, because it was so dry. Definitely a keeper, thanks!
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  3. havent the slightest
    Excellent recipe. I only used about 1/4 cup of coconut, and I substituted honey for the maple syrup. I also added a bit of water after mixing in the cocoa, because it was so dry. Definitely a keeper, thanks!
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  4. Uprooted Texan
    This is an easy and tasty recipe. The truffles are delicious, and I can't wait to let my family try them. I used what I had at home, so there were a lot of substitutions. I used 1/2 cup dates, 1/4 cup raisins and toasted sunflower seed nut butter rather than peanut butter. I used agave nectar rather than maple syrup. I only needed about 1 or 2 ounces of the coconut. I think this recipe can be adapted with almost any dried fruit that is very moist and other nut butters, especially almond.
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  5. Elise and family
    Delicious Healthy Truffles Created by Elise and family
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