Gluten-free/vegan almond date truffles (makes 18)
Healthy truffles balance your health and sweet snacking. You can’t eat too much of the healthy date truffles.
- 20 halved, seeded dates (plump and slightly glossy)
- ½ tsp. sea salt
- ½ tsp. vanilla extract
- 1 tsp. cinnamon
- 1/3 cup shredded coconut (unsweetened)
- 1/3 cup creamy almond butter
- ½ tsp. sea salt
- 1/3 cup & 1 tbsp. cocoa powder (natural)
- 1/3 cup chopped, toasted almonds
- Add the vanilla and dates in a food processor, and run it until a thick paste forms.
- Add almond butter and run the processor.
- Add salt, coconut, cinnamon and cocoa powder into the food processor and run it. Make sure it forms a tad crumbly mixture that sticks between your fingers.
- Add more coconut if it’s too wet to form into balls or almond butter if it’s too dry.
- Scoop a tablespoon full to roll into balls. Repeat until the mixture runs out.
- Roll each truffle on a plate of chopped almonds, applying light pressure.
- Place the balls on a plate and refrigerate for a minimum of one hour to chill.
- Snack on it for up to two weeks.
Instead of processed chocolate truffles, this sweet recipe is rich in almond butter proteins.
Acai dessert bowls smoothie
Instead of ice-cream sundae, indulge in a smoothie bowl to delight your sweet tooth without consuming excess calories.
- 1 T. dark chocolate chips
- 1 sliced, frozen banana
- Freshly sliced banana
- 3 large frozen strawberries
- 2 Acai Berry Puree super fruit packs
- ¼ cup coconut milk
- Shaved coconut
- Roasted almonds
- Freshly-sliced strawberries
- Add the frozen banana, dark chocolate and strawberries into a food processor and blend together with the smoothie pack.
- Add coconut milk slowly for a thick, creamy mixture.
- Serve it into a bowl and top with strawberries, sliced bananas, chocolate chips, coconut, and almonds.
- Chill and enjoy!
This healthy dessert rich in antioxidants and boosts energy.