Gingerbread Truffels – a perfect chocolaty treat for the Holidays!
Just when I thought I was done with Holiday Recipe posts for this year I have one more amazing recipe for you guys!
I made these delicious Gingerbread Chocolate Truffels last night and they’re are seriously amazing!!
I had to share it with you on the blog today. If you are looking for a last minute baking recipe or even a last minute DIY gift idea, these Gingerbread Chocolate Truffels are seriously D.E.L.I.C.I.O.U.S !!
It’s actually unbelievable that something so nutritious is also so super delicious! I literally have to watch that I don’t clear the entire bowl in one sitting…
I’m not going to keep you waiting any longer, that way you can get started with this recipe asap, because the Christmas countdown is on and we have only a few more days to get juggle everything!! I still have one more gift one my list to get and every time I want to pick it it up something else comes up …can you relate to this Holiday Dilemma? #everyyearthesamething #stillthebesttimeoftheyearthough
The secret to these Gingerbread Truffles really lies within the combination of spices.
The combination of nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves is just the perfect way to accommodate the chocolate flavor!
Yummy Holiday Goodness!
I Cup Almond Butter, unsweetened
2 tbsp Coconut Oil, melted
1/2 Cup Cacao or Cocoa, whichever one you have *
1/4 Cup Pure Maple Syrup
1/4 teaspoon Cinnamon
dash of Nutmeg
dash of Cloves, ground
Mix all ingredients in a bowl together.
Form little balls and roll and cover truffle balls in cocoa powder.
store in fridge for about 2 hours and enjoy!
These Gingerbread Truffles can be stored in an airtight container inside your fridge for up to 2 week!
This recipe is Paleo-friendly, gluten-free, dairy-free and made with no refined sugar!
* cacao is raw and unrefined, cocoa is the more refined and processed version. Raw cacao is more nutritious!