Raw Vegan Chocolate Truffles

Raw vegan

Using only the most basic ingredients, this incredibly simple recipe creates the most delicious raw vegan chocolate truffles that are healthful. These delicious and incredibly attractive gluten-free vegan candies are also free of dairy, processed sugar, and gluten.

Now that Christmas has over, I hope everyone had a fantastic time! as the New Year is drawing near at this point. New Year's resolutions are an inevitable part of the New Year. However, please let's not this year. Please, really, don't.

Why do we give one day of the year that is entirely arbitrary so much significance? Come on, people—it's just a calendar! Is a piece of paper really necessary to tell us how to live? Yes, New Year's Eve is super wonderful if you're under the age of fifteen because you can stay up till midnight. Or is it that it really only works for those under the age of 10, and I'm just too old? I'm not sure.

Well, let's get back to resolutions. which, if you're very obstinate, generally appear to fall apart by January 4. Don't do this to yourself, please. Make the decision to make a change, whatever it may be, for yourself and no longer because you had to purchase a new calendar. (Unless you want to spend the entire year speaking in a really fake French accent, in which case, by all means, make that your New Year's resolve. I fully and steadfastly back you. You are awesome, too.)

In a few days, you may be throwing or attending a New Year's party; nevertheless, please remember your vegan friends. All too frequently, people are forced to settle for munching on fruit, vegetables that have been aesthetically chopped, or dubious store-bought treats. Which is particularly unfair given that everyone else is eagerly gorging their faces with an extensive assortment of canapés, pastries, and chocolate treats. (Plus, one can only consume so much hummus.)

Instead, treat them to these refined sugar-free, gluten-free, raw vegan chocolate truffles as a surprise. very quick and simple to prepare. Just so you know, don't forget to make plenty for everyone, not just vegans. since these stunning women are beyond compare!

A-and you'll be able to tell everyone how you produced them from scratch, which will give you extra points for bragging. Not from a "I-have-melted-chocolate" smirk, either. From scratch, that is.

You see, these chocolate truffles don't actually contain any chocolate. Bewildered? Do you think I've lost my mind? No, I haven't, I swear. You see, all you need for these raw vegan chocolate truffles are five simple ingredients: water, cocoa powder, salt, maple syrup (or honey), and coconut oil. That is all. (As well as some magical chocolate). 

If you perform the chocolate dance (imagine Shakira meets the chicken dance), the recipe will work much better.)

First, we'll melt some coconut oil over low heat, then add some salt (because, really, what is chocolate without salt?) and either honey or maple syrup. Now, find out from your vegan pals, but I'm quite sure there's a contentious discussion on whether or not honey qualifies as vegan. Use maple or agave syrup if your vegan pals are more on the of course it's not vegan, what's up with you, I'm starting to doubt our friendship side. There, I completed my good act for the day and saved my friendship.

After whisking the mixture to ensure that the sugar and salt are distributed equally, we'll add the chocolate powder. Then, after much whisking, we will have melted chocolate that is so smooth and delicious that it will make your mouth water and your fingers yearn to taste it. by putting a finger in it. Of course. We're far too cool for silverware.

This is where the magic happens. The ingredient in abracadabra? cool water. The chocolate mixture will be whisked until the cold water is added, half a teaspoon at a time. And you'll notice that the chocolate starts to thicken, looks like it's splitting, and loses all appeal. At that point, you'll be putting rude comments on this post, causing me to cry chocolate tears of pure despair. I apologize; I got carried away. I apologize.

In any case, if the combination appears to be dividing, that is exactly as it should be. Really. sincerely, sincerely. Simply place cling film over the bowl, place it in the freezer, and let it breathe. Now take a few deep breaths. You will still be loved by your vegan friends after completing this chocolate project, I promise.

The chocolate sets after approximately 30 minutes in the freezer, so you can see—I told you it would work! It has solidified into this beautifully dense, yet incredibly smooth, chocolate block that melts in your mouth. The chocolate just needs to be formed into individual truffles, then you may coat them in whatever you like. a dried-out coconut? crushed hazelnuts? powdered cocoa? Get out of control. However, make sure it is vegan-friendly. You wouldn't want to trip over the final obstacle.

And that concludes it. Isn't it wonderful that you refrained from making cruel remarks on this post because of fear? (However, compliments and enthusiastic remarks are always appreciated.) One more tip: keep these raw vegan chocolate truffles hidden and don't think about them until right before the New Year's celebration. I really do mean it. For without it, there won't be anything to bring to the celebration. Yes, they really are that incredibly tasty. I mean, take a peek at this incredibleness:

That's it, then. This recipe is really easy to make raw vegan chocolate truffles, which are incredibly chocolatey and melt-in-your-mouth treats without any real chocolate. Let's celebrate our incredible selves by giving ourselves a pat on the back. Resolutions for the New Year are unnecessary! Ahem. Just like that. They just can't handle how amazing we are. Decide not to make any resolutions this New Year after you wow everyone with your vegan chocolate truffles that are baked from scratch. Is that a resolution unto itself?

Raw vegan

Raw vegan chocolate truffles are incredibly easy to make and have a deliciously rich chocolate flavor that melts in your tongue. These sweethearts also have no processed sugar or gluten ingredients. The taste is so exquisite that it's even better than their amazing appearance.


For truffles:

  • 1/2 cup coconut oil; 
  • 1/4 tsp fine sea salt; 
  • 1/4 cup pure honey (Note 1); 
  • 1/2 cup maple syrup; 
  • 1 cup cocoa powder; 
  • 6 Half a teaspoon of cold water

optional add-ins(Note 2):

  • One teaspoon vanilla extract, 
  • 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper, 
  • 1/4 teaspoon peppermint extract

Possible topping:

  • Cocoa powder, 
  • crushed hazelnuts, 
  • desiccated coconut, 
  • vegan sprinkles


  1. In a pot over low heat, melt the coconut oil and pour it into a bowl.
  2. Whisk in the salt and honey or maple syrup until the mixture is well spread in the coconut oil.
  3. Mix in chocolate powder and mix well.
  4. Stir in 1/2 tsp at a time of cold water while whisking frequently. (Remark 3)
  5. Place the bowl in the freezer for around half an hour, or until the chocolate mixture solidifies, after covering it with cling film.
  6. Remove the chocolate blend from the freezer. It need to be both sturdy and pliable.
  7. Using your hands, scoop out roughly 1 tablespoon of the chocolate mixture and shape it into a spherical truffle.
  8. Coat every truffle with the preferred garnish.
  9. For about a week and a half, the truffles store well in the refrigerator or in a cold, dry spot. You can store them in the freezer for as long as one month. (But only if you completely forget about them; if not, truffles are goodbye.)


Note 1: Use maple or agave syrup if you or your vegan friends believe that honey is not vegan.

Note 2: If you're not satisfied with "plain old" chocolate truffles, try these options. Not that chocolate was ever going to be simple. However, experiment with flavors to liven things up—the options are nearly limitless!

Note 3: At this point, the chocolate mixture will appear to have split. There's no need to worry—that's how it's supposed to appear!

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