'Good for You' Berry Truffles

"This is just the thing for when you get a chocolate craving but don't want to go for anything too unhealthy. Creamy smooth, deep chocolate flavor with a hint of berry. Very easy to make, and pretty much guilt-free! I used only about 10 dates and added stevia to taste so there would be less sugars."
 
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'Good for You' Berry Truffles created by mliss29
Ready In:
20mins
Ingredients:
5
Yields:
24-36 truffles
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ingredients

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directions

  • Blend all, except crushed walnut or coconut, in a food processor, scraping sides occasionally till the mixture is smooth.
  • Shape into small balls and roll in walnut or coconut.
  • Store in refrigerator.

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  1. lexi L
    These were a good healthyish treat. I will definitely make them again. thanks for the recipe.
     
  2. pastawendy
    Yummy! Excellent addition to my Christmas goodies list as my husband can't eat wheat or dairy. <br/>Definite 2 thumbs up, even with my girlfriends who are chocoholics and don't have dietary restrictions. I added some maple syrup to sweeten them a bit.
     
  3. Tropicgal
    Whoa!! These were outrageously creamy good! Super easy and shockingly wonderful. Because of a chocolate allergy I substituted carob, added some cinnamon and a tiny amount of stevia to sweeten a bit (maybe 1/8 tsp-probably didn't even need it). DH and I are trying out the RAW diet and these were perfect. We'll be taking these to the family reunion, they are sure to be a hit! Thank-you for a wonderful treat.
     
  4. BerrySweet
    These were good. I've been eating them as snacks all week. They seem to hold up for about 5 days in the fridge. These are not sweet at all, very healthy tasting. This is fine for me, but if I were serving these to guests I'd probably add in some agave nectar to sweeten. I added some of the walnuts to the food processor by themselves to get them finely ground (for rolling them in), set those aside and then mixed the rest. It was a little thick to process, even with my decent food processor. Blenders would not work for this recipe.
     
  5. Prose
    Yummy! And so nutritious. I don't recommend trying to make this in a blender. I had to do it in batches. This has inspired me to buy a food processor.
     

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