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Like a chocolate covered strawberry but BETTER. Light, airy strawberry truffle filling coated in dark chocolate for a tart and sweet decadent bite of a treat!

If strawberries were airy and mousse-like on the inside with a yummy mingling of tart and sweet in the prettiest shade of pastel pink these would be exactly the same as chocolate covered strawberries.

But with the current state of strawberries the fruit, these Chocolate Covered Strawberry TRUFFLES are possibly most likely better. It’s not that I don’t love berries, it’s just that I love berry almost-clouds covered in dark chocolate more. And the fact that the entire little choco-berry bundle is made with just four ingredients and no added sugar (except for the chocolate chips) certainly doesn’t make me love them less either.

I mean come on, do you SEE that center…

Photos don’t even do these truffles justice. The camera can’t fully capture the fluffy but yet almost creamy essence inside. Neither can all the words on this page, and they are so easy to make it would be a waste of typing to even try. Plus if you type AMAZEBALLS into the thesaurus not a lot comes up.

A quick rundown of the world’s easiest truffle ingredient list:

  • Strawberries obviously, and frozen ones if cheap(er) truffles is your goal.
  • And freeze dried strawberries too, because that concentrated tart berry flavor. The truffles would be bland and blah without em.
  • The weirdness of coconut flour is on our side (for once). This is key for the light airy texture.
  • Chocolate chips to wrap it all up in a perfect sweet package. I like them to be on the darker side, but don’t let me boss you around.

And to think some people use the stove and stuff to make truffles. Craziness!

It’s just as simple as can be – blend strawberries and strawberries, mix with coconut flour, roll into balls, cover in chocolate, share with no one because you are greedy and they are too GOOD. Okay, fine. Alternate ending: be a good person and share with all your friends and family because everyone loves berries + chocolate ♥





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Chocolate Covered Strawberry Truffles


  • Author:
    Natalie

  • Prep Time:
    15 minutes

  • Total Time:
    15 minutes

  • Yield:
    12 truffles 1x

  • Category:
    dessert

  • Method:
    no bake

  • Cuisine:
    american


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Description

Like a chocolate covered strawberry but BETTER. Light, airy strawberry truffle filling coated in dark chocolate for a tart and sweet decadent bite of a treat!


Ingredients


Scale

  • 2 cups (325g) frozen or fresh strawberries
  • 1 cup (20g) freeze dried strawberries
  • 3/4 cup (90g) coconut flour
  • 1 cup (180g) chocolate chips


Instructions

  1. If you are using frozen strawberries, defrost them (2-3 minutes in the microwave).
  2. Blend the strawberries to puree.
  3. Add the freeze dried strawberries. Blend again.
  4. In a mixing bowl, combine the strawberry puree and coconut flour. Mix to form a thick dough.
  5. Roll into 12 balls.
  6. Refrigerate or freeze for at least one hour until firm.
  7. Melt the chocolate chips. You can add 1 teaspoon of coconut oil for easier coating.
  8. Dip/coat each ball in chocolate. Transfer to a plate covered with wax paper. Refrigerate until the chocolate is set.
  9. Enjoy!


Keywords: no bake, dessert, chocolate, berries, easy, vegan, paleo

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