Easy vegan truffles recipe – salted chocolate and prune valentine balls
Moist? Believe. This vegan truffles recipe takes frisson to a new level with lush notes of cacao, prunes and almond. These Valentine chocolate balls are quick, easy and delicious. The proof is in the tasting.
Raw cacao and cocoa powder are a rich source of minerals. These vegan truffles are not only delicious but also good for you.
Vegan truffles recipe ingredients
- 100g of pitted prunes
- 50g of ground almonds
- 1½ tbsp of raw cacao or cocoa powder (save a little more to dust your Valentines balls when they’re finished)
- Pinch of salt
- 2 whole almonds
How to make your truffles
Preparation: 20 mins
Put the prunes in a bowl. Cover them with boiling water and let them soak for twenty minutes until they’re soft.
Drain the prunes. Then place them in a food processor along with the ground almonds, cacao powder and a pinch of salt.
Blend the mixture until it has the consistency of a soft dough. Now transfer it from the processor onto a plate.
Divide the mixture into four. Carefully cut each whole almond into two. Encase each half almond with the mixture and roll into balls.
Dust with a little cacao powder and serve.
Kitchen witch spellcraft and love magic
Are you a hearth magic maven? You’ll find plenty of kitchen witch spellcraft tips on Mookychick to take this truffles recipe to the next level. Think about extra ingredients, presentation, and incantations while you work. You may wish to carve a sigil into the whole almonds at the centre of each truffle.
Commercialism aside, if you’re preparing these vegan truffles for Valentine’s Day, it’s a day of love. You don’t need any partners to take time to cook, dream and acknowledge love for yourself.