You'd never know these fudgy healthy vegan brownies truffles are raw, refined sugar free, AND gluten free. They're a chocolate lovers dream.

Anyone else’s weakness brownie batter?  It’s definitely one of my favorite things to eat and totally worth the salmonella risk. I’m pretty I’m not alone in this. Now imagine if I told you you could eat brownie batter that was raw, vegan, gluten free, refined sugar free AND so fudgy, delicious and chocolatey that you would never guess it was good for you. Don’t believe me? Just take a look at these Healthy Vegan Brownie truffles.

You'd never know these fudgy healthy vegan brownies truffles are raw, refined sugar free, AND gluten free. They're a chocolate lovers dream.

 And let me tell you, you won’t be able to stop eating these ridiculously easy brownie truffles.

You'd never know these fudgy healthy vegan brownies truffles are raw, refined sugar free, AND gluten free. They're a chocolate lovers dream.

You know that I firmly believe that there is absolutely nothing wrong with eating a cookie, but sometimes it’s nice to mix in something that is both delicious and packed full of good for you stuff.

You'd never know these fudgy healthy vegan brownies truffles are raw, refined sugar free, AND gluten free. They're a chocolate lovers dream.

How to make healthy truffles?

Truffles are traditionally made from chocolate and cream. Which is obviously delicious, but not exactly a health food.

These vegan chocolate truffles are made with 5 simple ingredients and are SO easy to make. The only ingredients you’ll need are:

  1. Peanuts
  2. Medjool Dates
  3. High Quality Cocoa Powder
  4. Maple Syrup
  5. Vanilla Extract

Okay and a pinch of salt, but that doesn’t really count.

You'd never know these fudgy healthy vegan brownies truffles are raw, refined sugar free, AND gluten free. They're a chocolate lovers dream.

And that ingredient list means that these brownie truffles are vegan, raw, paleo, gluten free, refined sugar free…the list goes on. But most importantly they’re made with whole, real ingredients. And even MORE importantly, they taste damn good. Nutty, chocolatey, fudgy, and decadent, these vegan truffles definitely don’t taste like you’re eating a health food.

You'd never know these fudgy healthy vegan brownies truffles are raw, refined sugar free, AND gluten free. They're a chocolate lovers dream.

Can I use a blender instead of a food processor?

You sure can! We have a huge confession to make…we don’t own a food processor.

I know, I know we really need to invest in one, but our Vitamix has been holding up just fine and in a tiny apartment it can be hard to find the space for all those amazing kitchen gadgets.

So YES. You definitely will need something high powered as dates and nuts can be hard to blend through, but either a good blender or a food processor will do the trick!

You'd never know these fudgy healthy vegan brownies truffles are raw, refined sugar free, AND gluten free. They're a chocolate lovers dream.

We got so excited about these poppable brownie truffles we almost forgot:

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Enjoy this glorious new month and these easy vegan truffles!

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Healthy Vegan Brownie Truffles

You'd never know these fudgy healthy vegan brownies truffles are raw, refined sugar free, AND gluten free. They're a chocolate lovers dream.

You’d never know these fudgy healthy vegan brownies truffles are raw, refined sugar free, AND gluten free. They’re a chocolate lovers dream.

  • Author: Sofi | Broma Bakery
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Ingredients

for the raw brownies:

  • 1 1/2 cups roasted peanuts
  • 2 1/2 cups pitted medjool dates*
  • 1 cup high quality cocoa powder (we use Rodelle)
  • 3 tablespoons maple syrup (or to taste!)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

Instructions

  1. In a food processor or high powered blender, puree peanuts until the texture resembles wet sand. Add in dates and puree to a paste. The texture should be very smooth. You might have to stop the food processor, mix with a spatula, and process again in order to get every last nook and cranny.
  2. Add in cocoa powder, maple syrup, vanilla extract, and salt. Pulse until everything is well combined. Mixture will be thick.
  3. Make rounded teaspoon, rolling between your palms to get the truffles perfectly round. Leave plain or roll in cocoa powder to lightly coat if you want that distinct truffle look. Refrigerate and enjoy for up to 3 weeks!

Notes

*If your dates feel a bit dry, soak them in boiling water for 15 minutes. If they feel soft to the touch, disregard this!

 

8 comments

suzanne
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how much almond flour? thanks

Sofi | Broma Bakery
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Hey Suzanne! Woops–that was an older version of the recipe. We tweaked it to make it just peanuts so you’ll be good to go with no almond flour!

Mary
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I want to try these…however, in your Instructions, you mention adding almond flour and I’m not sure how much since I don’t see that ingredient or the amount listed. Thanks!

Sofi | Broma Bakery
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So sorry about that Mary! Should be fixed now 🙂

Jerri
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Can you tell me approximately how many this recipe should make? Trying to figure out calorie count. Thanks a bunch!

Sofi | Broma Bakery
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Hey Jerri! Totally depends how large make your truffles! We made ours with a level tablespoon and got 24 truffles! Hope this helps 🙂

Jerri
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Perfect! Thanks, Sofi

Crystal
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Loving your vegan posts! Keep them coming!

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