Recipe Directions

1. Mix ingredients well, except carob powder.

2. Measure a tablespoon of the dough and roll it into balls.

3. Cover with carob powder.

Cheflandria's Thoughts

By Cheflandria

These are quick and easy chocolate truffles I really like making.

You can roll it in carob powder or shredded coconut. I spread the carob powder on a plate and roll the chocolate dough until fully covered.

Yum!

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Thanks for the tip on freezing the almond pulp. I'll be adding the pulp from my brazian nut milk as well.

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these look sooooooo good. Do you buy almond flour or is that a term for 2 cups of finely ground almonds?

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Hi Greenie and Chrissypie123, you can do it two ways: buy the almond flour in a health food store or dehydrate the left over almond pulp from making almond milk. You can store the almond pulp in the freezer and de-frost a couple of hours when needed.

Almond milk is just blended soaked almonds with water. You strain it in a nut bag or cheese cloth and you get almond pulp left in the bag or cloth.

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i just made this- delicious!!! :)

so easy to make too! thanks!

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Oh good now I can make my own instead of paying $18 for container of 8 of them!!!

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Yum! There's definitely something to be set about being able to fulfill a craving within minutes; these were surprisingly quick and tasty!

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Thanks for the tip on freezing the almond pulp. I'll be adding the pulp from my brazian nut milk as well.

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oh yeah, coconut - delish! great idea!

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Yum! I used almond pulp from making almond milk. And I rolled them in shredded coconut. Delicious! =D

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oh, chrissypie123 - yes, another alternative is to ground up raw almonds - same thing.

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Hi Greenie and Chrissypie123, you can do it two ways: buy the almond flour in a health food store or dehydrate the left over almond pulp from making almond milk. You can store the almond pulp in the freezer and de-frost a couple of hours when needed.

Almond milk is just blended soaked almonds with water. You strain it in a nut bag or cheese cloth and you get almond pulp left in the bag or cloth.

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these look sooooooo good. Do you buy almond flour or is that a term for 2 cups of finely ground almonds?

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Cheflandria,

This looks delicious. I haven't made almond flour before--how do you do that? I have a cuisinart, a K-Tec blender, and also coffee/seed grinders. Also, do you mix the ingredients in a bowl or a food processor?

Thanks for posting so many wonderful recipes! I always look for yours - I know they will be terrific.

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