Coconut Carob Truffles

Oh coconut, how I’ve missed you. But, now you’re back! So, let’s have a torrid love affair in the shape of a truffle, okay?


Vegan, Nut-Free, Sugar-Free Coconut Carob Truffles

Vegan, Nut-Free, Sugar-Free Coconut Carob Truffles

Coconut Carob Truffles – Vegan, Grain-free, Nut-free, Sugar-free

1/2 cup roasted pumpkin seeds, ground fine in a coffee grinder
1/2 cup carob powder
1/2 cup unsweetened, finely shredded coconut (plus more for rolling)
15 drops NuNaturals Vanilla liquid stevia (or to taste)
1 t. vanilla
1/4 cup coconut milk

Mix all ingredients until thick dough forms. Roll into balls. Roll balls in additional coconut. Refrigerate. Eat.

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13 Responses to Coconut Carob Truffles

  1. Kathryn says:

    I’ve missed your treat posts and I’m glad to have you back! These look healthy and wonderful.

  2. Deanna, these look amazing! So beautiful and healthy! I love carob, chocolate too, but carob has its own uniquely decadent flavor. Thanks for posting this!

  3. Ricki says:

    Carob is fantastic! And these look delicious. Glad you’re back to (some) treats! And thanks for adding this to WW this week. πŸ™‚

  4. what a fabulous recipe! so delicious!

  5. outtolunchcreations says:

    I just found your blog and I’m really looking froward to trying out your grain free stevia sweetened treats!

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  7. Deanna, your blog is packed with fantastic recipes and beautiful pictures! I was recently given the Sunshine Award and I get to pass it on to 10 other bloggers. I want to pass it on to you! There is no pressure to tag more bloggers, it is just a fun way to connect with other bloggers. Read more about the Sunshine Award here:

  8. Clearly, I STILL need to get some pumpkin seeds! Yum, Deanna. We have a vendor at our farmer’s market who makes a very similar truffle each week with carob and each week I go I buy all that she has left. Then Son and I enjoy them for breakfast. I didn’t make it to the farmer’s market this week and Son was not happy with me. πŸ˜‰ But neither was I! Thanks for this recipe. Glad you’re back in coconut land. πŸ™‚


    • Deanna says:

      Oh they are SO easy and so delicious. You really must try making them yourself. Of course, that might put the poor food vendor out of work. πŸ™‚

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