No Bake Chocolate Truffle Brownie Bites (vegan, dairy-free, GF, hormone-balancing) !
What if we didn’t hide the truffle filling inside a chocolate coating? What if we simply plopped it on top of a brownie pedestal?
Ever so easy to make, melt-in-your mouth creamy.
Super-energizing, and full of fresh whole ingredients that boost your mood (cacao) and help to balance your hormones (maca).
You don’t need to buy an unhealthy candy bar for mid-afternoon boost, just pop a few of these healthy bits of magic in your lunch and you will soar through your day!
So easy to make. Just blend up brownie ingredients, press into mini paper cups. Blend up truffle filling ingredients, pour on to the cups and chill. Dust with cacao powder to finish. Recipe makes about 12 mini cups. Enjoy!
No Bake Chocolate Truffle Brownie Bites (vegan, dairy-free, GF, hormone-balancing)
Soak the dates in water overnight. Next day, drain and rinse both.
Insert mini paper cups in a 12 mini-cupcake pan.
Blend or process all the brownie bottom ingredients until combined into a sticky texture. Add more flour if batter feels too sticky. Variations occur depending on residual moisture and size of your dates.
When you are happy with texture, press the brownie mixture into the bottom of the cups, filling it about 1/3.
- Blend or process all the truffle top ingredients until combined into a smooth batter. It should be pourable, like VERY thick cake batter. When you pour the truffle onto the brownie, you want it to finish in a mound, not flat like a liquid.
If your batter is too liquidy, add a tbsp more cacao powder.
If your batter is too stiff, drizzle in a bit of the coconut milk from the can that produced the coconut cream solids. But don't add too much.
Fill the cups with the filling and freeze for 3 hours or until the top truffle is set.
Store in refrigerator. To serve, thaw and dust with cacao powder.