Raw Exotic Avocado Truffles

Raw vegan exotic avocado truffles Trufe raw cu avocado tropical
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Make these raw exotic avocado truffles with just a few ingredients if you want a quick, sweet and healthy vegan snack! 

I love raw truffles! If you’re craving something sweet and delicious, but without all the guilt included, then raw vegan truffles are the best choice for you!

I received a pack of coconut flour last week and I immediately knew I was going to use it in a raw dessert recipe. I’ve never used or eaten coconut flour before, but I was really impressed by its taste and texture. It’s awesome in desserts!

Raw vegan exotic avocado truffles Trufe raw cu avocado si aroma tropicala

So, what do you do when you desperately want something sweet but also don’t want to ruin your diet? Make yourself a quick raw snack! These raw exotic avocado truffles are very easy to make and healthy too! They have a soft, moist texture and a subtle coconut flavor. Kiwis and avocado give it a vibrant, green color I love.

I really didn’t expect much when I made these avocado truffles. It was an unexpected creation with what I had in my pantry, but the result was beyond my expectations. This is definitely one raw dessert I’ll be making again.

Raw vegan exotic avocado truffles Trufe raw cu avocado tropicala

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Raw Exotic Avocado Truffles
 
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If you want a quick, sweet and healthy vegan snack, make these raw exotic avocado truffles with just a few ingredients!
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Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 15+ truffles
Ingredients
  • 1 ripe avocado
  • 2 kiwis, peeled
  • 6 Tbsps coconut flour
  • 1 Tbsp coconut oil
  • 1½ Tbsp stevia powder (or any other healthy sweetener of choice, to taste)
Instructions
  1. Put all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Put the avocado truffles composition in a bowl and start shaping the truffles - 1 tsp per truffle.
  3. It is best to leave them in a fridge for at least an hour before serving, but you can eat them right away too.

 Raw vegan exotic avocado truffles Trufe raw cu avocado tropicale

Raw Exotic Avocado Truffles was last modified: September 14th, 2016 by Ruxandra
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20 Comments on “Raw Exotic Avocado Truffles”

  1. Holly or

    I got Kiwis at home. Searched kiwi recipe. This recipe popped up. I almost got every ingridents but sweetner. So used agave instead. It doesnt take very sweet. But its a delicious and healthy snack. Thank for coming up this idea!

    1. Ruxandra

      Thank you, Holly! So happy you liked them! You should try my other truffles recipes too. My favorite is the one with chocolate and avocado! 😀

  2. Jennilee

    Does these keep well outside the fridge in mild temperatures after they’ve already been chilled? Or will they hold up if frozen? I was thinking these would be an awesome easter treat to add to plastic eggs.

  3. Irena

    People, this is so delicious!! I was craving for some dessert and didn’t have anything particular at home except from some kiwi, so I searched and found this recipe. I also didn’t have coconut flour, but I grinded coconut flakes in the coffee grinder, then I put it in the blender together with 2 kiwi and some dates, and wonderful paste came out! I didn’t even bother to make the balls :))) this is just very delicious). The cool green color got lost because of the dates, but in my case it wasn’t important :). Thank you for the lovely recipe!

    1. Ruxandra

      Hi Irena! I’m so happy to hear that you liked the recipe! Thank you! 😀 You should also try my creamy avocado truffles.. they are bliss! 🙂

  4. Michele

    Hello-

    These sounded wonderful, so I decided to give them a try. Snacks go FAST in our home, so I decided to double the recipe! In the blender it seems very thick, but wet. I don’t see how I’ll be able to form balls with them! Should I have only made a single batch? Possibly too much for the blender at one time, making me have to over blend? I’m going to chill the bowl first, maybe that will help.

    Thank you in advance!

    1. Ruxandra

      I think it may be too much for the blender at once. Maybe you should have used a food processor. You could have added more coconut flour if the composition was to wet.

  5. Lynette

    Hi Ruxandra, haven’t tried avocado with fruit-sounds lovely! Have tried it with cacao powder-it’s to die for! Lynette x

    1. Ruxandra

      Yes! I actually have one recipe waiting to be posted with avocado and carob (but cocoa can be used as well). The truffles were amazing! 😀

    1. Ruxandra

      Thank you, Sharon! I’m a HUGE avocado fan but I haven’t used it that often in desserts. This was my first attempt and I loved it! 😀

  6. Caroline

    Hello,
    It sounds so yummy. But if I haven’t any coconut flour at home, what other could you propose? Do you think it could work as well?
    Thanks in advance!
    Can’t wait to test them anyway 🙂
    Have a lovely evening, C.

    1. Ruxandra

      Thanks Caroline! 😀

      I think you can try using coconut flakes. Blend them separately first. If your blender is powerful enough you should be able to get coconut flour from them. Almond flour may be another option, but unfortunately the truffles won’t have the coconutty flavor if you use this.

      Hope this helps! 🙂

      Ruxandra

      1. Caroline

        Hello and thanks for the advices! 🙂
        I’m going to do some shopping today fortunately, and will see then if I can find any coconut flour first 😉
        But I take note of the other options.
        If I try another version, I’ll let you know 😉
        Thank you again! Have a nice day, C.

        1. Caroline

          Hi
          Gladly I found some coconut flour! 🙂
          And it was reaaaally good (except I think my avocado was too small comparing the kiwis, and those last ones weren’t enough ripe to be as sweet as we expect them to be ^^) but I’ll do them again for sure.
          So thank you so much for the recipe 🙂
          Have a nice day,
          Caroline.

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