Raw Cacao Truffles

Chef Susan Teton

Serves 16 Truffles

Raw Cacao Truffles. Healthy Living Magazine

Raw Cacao Truffles. Healthy Living Magazine

Ingredients

2 T coconut cream spread

2 T coconut oil

½C water

1-2 T Anovite Colostrum

1 T XyloSweet + 2 T water

1 C cocoa powder (unsweetened)

1 scoop MHP Probolic – 12 hour SR (sustained release) (chocolate flavor)

¼ t salt (or more to taste)

½ C raw cocoa nibs (optional)

¼ C golden berries

Use golden berries, raisins, or other dried fruit for a topping, or mix in with the truffle batter. I like the golden berries because they are sour and complement the cocoa flavor. And the nibs mixed in with the truffle batter provide a crunch to every bite.

Instructions:

Whisk together until creamy: coconut cream spread (softened), coconut oil, water, and XyloSweet.

Whisk the Anovite Colostrum6 into the creamy mixture very slowly. You may prefer to put the mixture in a blender at a very slow speed.

Once the mixture is blended, sift in the cocoa powder and MHP Probolic-SR, chocolate flavored. Sift in slowly to alleviate lumping. Add a little water if needed, but keep the mixture firm.

Mix in cocoa nibs and salt. Roll into balls and press a golden berry on each.

Refrigerate and/or freeze in an air tight container. When you remove them from a cool place they will soften as they warm.

These truffles can be afternoon snacks or eaten during a workout or following one. They won’t give you that full feeling but will lift you and keep you going with a protein boost and a smile on your face. I guarantee it. They are easy to make, easy to carry and luscious.

Raw Cacao Truffles. Healthy Living Magazine

Raw Cacao Truffles. Healthy Living Magazine

Chef Teton's online courses at www.chefteton.com supply recipes for raw, cooked and cultured foods.
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