3 Ridiculously-Easy & Delicious Truffle Recipes – dairy and sugar-free – AIP options

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Easy Chocolate Truffles - Dairy and Sugar Free Chocolates you can Easily Make at Home!
{I love having healthy treats that I can whip up in a hurry like these Almond Joy® Bars, Chocolate Mint Grasshopper Bars, Chocolate Avocado Truffles, or these No Bake Coconut Cookies.  So I am thrilled to have Jessica from Delicious Obsessions share these 3 Easy Truffle Recipes with us today, that just happen to be vegan truffles–they're pure healthy genius!}

There is something so decadent and so satisfying about truffles.

At least to me.

They have to be one of my all-time favorite candies, but they were always too hard and time consuming to make.

I like easy. The easier, the better. In addition to some recipes being difficult, some were also time consuming.

Top that off with the fact that I am on a crazy restrictive diet and it's a one sad state of affairs.

The list of what I can eat is much shorter than what I can't. Woe is me, right? 🙂

So, I got to work developing a truffle recipe that met my needs:
– easy
– fast
– delicious, and
– allergen-friendly.

After some experimenting and some flops, I have found the perfect balance of ingredients, all of which I keep stocked in the pantry at all times, so I can easily whip up a batch of these whenever I need.

Having friends over for dinner and need a quick dessert? Truffles.

Invited over to someone's home and want to bring a gift? Truffles.

Need to add something healthy to a treat box of basket? Yes, truffles.

If you want the recipe to be even easier, you could easily just spread the mixture out in a glass dish and boom, you have delicious fudge bites. Skip the ice cream scooping altogether and you've shave a good 5 minutes off your day.

You're welcome. 😉

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This scoop is the type you can use for this recipe:

Tablespoon Scoop

3 Easy Vegan Coconut Truffle Recipes – dairy and sugar-free

Each recipe makes 8-12 truffles, depending on the size of your scoop



Looking for even more real food candy recipes? These are all easy to make and delicious!

Lemon Lime Coconut Candies

Lemon Lime Coconut Candy Recipe | deliciousobsessions.com

Apple Pie Bites

Apple Pie Bites (gluten, grain, dairy, and sugar free) | deliciousobsessions.com

Chewy Pumpkin Spice Candy

Chewy Pumpkin Spice Candy Recipe | deliciousobsessions.com

Caramel Glazed Candied Macadamia Nuts

Caramel Glazed Candied Macadamia Nuts Recipe | deliciousobsessions.com

{and from Whole New Mom, check out these….}

Almond Joy Bars

These No Bake Healthy Almond Joy® Bars are a great allergy-friendly, sugar-free treat for summertime--or anytime!

Healthy “Reese's®”

Love Reese's Peanut Butter Cups? Here's a healthier, dairy and sugar-free version you can make yourself! Chocolate and Peanut Butter lovers - celebrate with these Homemade Peanut Butter Cups - Yummmm!

Yummy Gummy Candy

Homemade Gummy Candy - that's Yummy and Sugar-Free and has a healthy special ingredient to boot! Vegan option included. These are a great fun snack that are sooo much better for you than store-bought "gummies" and they're cheaper too :)!

What is YOUR favorite kind of candy?

Jessica Espinoza from Delicious Obsessions. Contributing Writer at Whole New MomJessica is a real food nut, coconut everything enthusiast, avid reader and researcher, blossoming yogi, and animal lover. She has had a life-long passion for food and being in the kitchen is where she is the happiest. She began helping her mother cook and bake around the age of three and she's been in the kitchen ever since, including working in a restaurant in her hometown for almost a decade, where she worked every position before finally becoming the lead chef. She loves to show people how making even small changes in their diet and food selections can make a huge difference in their lives, especially as she chronicles her own personal health journey and healing from real food.


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  1. These look better than ferrerro rocher! Can’t wait to attempt this.

  2. The coconut milk in the recipes… Is that just the thick coconut cream from the can or the the milk after it’s been shaken?

  3. These look so good! Anything with coconut butter is my friend! My mum used to make coconut fudge with it and it was SO delicious!

  4. These look delicious!! I’ve gotta try them.

  5. Lol, I can definitely relate to being restricted! These look delicious though, and it’s nice that you found a treat that you can eat!

  6. Oh. my. goodness. These look fabulous. And now they are so easy I have NO EXCUSES 🙂 I just love getting your emails!