Peanut Chocolate Truffles
If you’re looking for a quick and easy vegan chocolate recipe, look no further. This recipe for chocolate truffles can even be made delicious even by beginners. These moreish chocolate truffles contain only amazing ingredients which will leave you feeling full and healthy.
The best part?
These truffles can be devoured equally as breakfast, a dessert, or a pre / post-workout snack.
To make it extra fun and delicious, you can add some MiiRO Peanut Chocolates in the center that will add crunch and texture to the delicious bites of haven.
Takes less than 10-15 minutes prep
Snack / Dessert / Breakfast
1 cup (250g) dark chocolate
2/3 cup (150ml) coconut milk (full fat, from a tin)
20 pieces of MiiRO Peanut Chocolates
1/4 cup of hazelnuts, chopped (this allows for 10 nut-covered truffles and 10 cacao-covered truffles)
2 tbsp cacao powder (this allows for 10 nut-covered truffles and 10 cacao-covered truffles.)
- Break up the chocolate and add to a glass bowl with the coconut milk over a pan of hot water – do not let the water boil and touch the glass bowl. Stir regularly over a gentle heat and just before fully melted, remove from the heat.
- Add in the maple syrup and whisk until smooth. Pour into a bowl or container and freeze for a couple of hours to set or in the fridge overnight.
- When ready to prepare the truffles, place the nuts into a shallow bowl. Pour the cacao into a second shallow bowl.
- When the chocolate truffle mixture is set, divide the mix into 20 pieces (about 20g each). Roll each piece into a ball – work quickly so the chocolate doesn’t melt too much. Flatten the ball in your palm, placing a Peanut Chocolate in the centre and roll the truffle mixture around it.
- Roll the ball straight into the crushed nuts or into the cacao powder and repeat to make all the truffles.
Bonus: You can keep the truffles in the fridge for about 4 days.