Recipe Directions

Soak dates, raisins and dried prunes in warm water for a few minutes. Drain and add to food process with the rest of the ingredients. Process until you have a sticky mass. Take a spoonful of the mixture and drop into a tub with carob powder. Turn truffles using a spoon until coated with carob. Then, you can roll them gently into balls in your hand. Place truffles in freezer and enjoy when you have a craving for chocolate.

I’ve cut one of the truffles open in the photo so you can see the gorgeous colour.

Sweetpea's Thoughts

By sweetpea

Lovely textured truffle with deep pink colour and rich chocolate flavour. Not too sweet.

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Delish! I got raspberries for 1/2 price and tried this with ground oat groats, third of each dates, raisins and GOJI berries. I didn't add any spices. OMG, delish! Thanks for sharing this recipe! :-)

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thanks for the answer, these look really good

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aimeerachelle, don't soak oat groats to use in this recipe. You need a dry flour such as ground oats or seeds/nuts to bind the mixture.

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Hi aimeerachelle, I used freshly milled oatmeal but ideally I would use raw oats and grind them into a powder. If you have oat groats, just grind them into a flour. That is why I've given an alternative ie ground nuts/seeds if you can tolerate them.

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did you use oat groats? Could you grind the oat groats before soaking?

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Sounds so yummy. I am also going to get rasberries and plan on making these for dessert tonight. Thanks

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wow. i'm salivating.i'm also going to go out and buy raspberries right this minute.

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Cool!

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Ooooh.... Yum!

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