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Easy Chocolate Truffles Recipe
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Servings: 6
Preparation Time: 5 minutes

Place jar of coconut cream concentrate in a bowl of hot water to soften (it doesn't have to be 100% liquid). Add coconut cream concentrate to small bowl and add cocoa powder. Stir until well incorporated. Next, add vanilla, stevia (or other sweetener) and water. Stir until velvety and creamy. Taste for sweetness and adjust if necessary. If cream hardens or clumps, simply re-melt by placing bowl in warm water and stirring.

Refrigerate for 20-30 minutes or until mixture has solidified.

Place nuts, coconut or cocoa powder into a small bowl. Using small scoop, scoop out approximately 1.5 tablespoons of the chocolate mixture and place on top of nuts or coconut. Move bowl around to coat chocolate completely. Repeat for remaining truffles. Store in fridge until your daily dose of medicine is needed! Contains almost 1 tablespoon of coconut oil per truffle.

* For the freshest coconut milk make homemade coconut milk. (See video at this link.)

Recipe submitted by Melissa, St. Amant, LA

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These are wonderful! Even my 9 year old thought they were yummy. I coated mine in soaked crispy pecans. My daughter thinks they taste like chocolate whipped cream :).
# Posted By Becky | 6/3/13 8:58 PM
Why can I not find Tropical Traditions in any grocery store here in Northeastern Pennsylvania?
# Posted By Grandma | 6/3/13 9:55 PM
This brand is only sold in Canada
# Posted By Coco | 6/11/13 6:57 PM
I made the "Easy Chocolate Truffles" today, and I don't know what I did wrong, but when I went to scoop out the balls, mine was watery in the middle. Not just a little, either.
Any suggestions, PLEASE! I would love to make them the correct way.
Thanks!
# Posted By Marti | 6/13/13 2:25 PM
These are very easy to make and quite tasty. I followed the instructions almost exactly and they came out great. I added a tad less honey than called for so they would not be too sweet. I did not have pecans so I toasted and chopped some walnuts. Perfect!
# Posted By Shelly | 7/12/13 7:03 AM
I don't know what the heck I did wrong, but my mix came out like watered down chocolate water??? I checked and double checked recipe? is there an ingredient missing or???
Thanks
# Posted By Pamela | 10/21/13 4:38 PM
Pamela - did you refrigerate the mixture for awhile? Coconut Cream Concentrate will harden right up in cooler temperatures so that should do the trick. If not, add more CCC.
# Posted By Sarah S. | 10/21/13 11:43 PM
Sarah S. yes, thank you, I left it out per night and it did firm up, but I think adding a little more CCC is a good idea!
Thanks
# Posted By Pamela | 10/22/13 7:27 AM
Where can I get Coconut Cream Concentrate...... I live in Canada and am new to all of this but would love to try these out.
# Posted By Siobhan | 2/2/14 1:39 PM

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