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Raw Almond-Chocolate Truffles with a Secret Ingredient!

These little raw almond-chocolate truffles have a secret ingredient you’ll love! They’re sweet, juicy and delicious! Give them a try!

I absolutely love raw desserts and especially raw chocolate truffles! I usually make raw truffles  right after I prepare the almond milk because there’s no way I’m gonna throw away that delicious almonds pulp!

So, if you don’t know what to do with the remaining pulp from almond milk, this is one of the best raw almond-chocolate truffles recipes you can try! It’s ready in no time and you can also try different coatings and flavors. Here I used carob powder to give it a lovely chocolatey taste, but you can use coconut flakes, poppy seeds, or anything else you want!

This raw almond-chocolate truffles recipe has a secret ingredient. You can’t tell from the photos what the secret ingredient is, but trust me… it makes a difference!

almond-chocolate truffles

Yield: 15-20 truffles

Raw Almond-Chocolate Truffles with a Secret Ingredient!

Raw Almond-Chocolate Truffles with a Secret Ingredient!

These little raw almond-chocolate truffles have a secret ingredient you'll love! They're sweet, juicy and delicious! Give them a try!

Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes


  • 150g (1 cup) almond pulp, from almonds milk
  • 6-7 dates, pitted
  • 1 tsp rum extract
  • 15-20 grapes - this is the secret ingredient! You'll love how moist and juicy these bonbons will be!
  • 3 Tbsp carob powder


  1. Add the following ingredients in the food processor: almond pulp, dates, rum extract, 1 tbsp carob powder.
  2. Blend well until you get a smooth, sticky paste.
  3. Add the mix in a medium bowl.
  4. In a separate plate, add the remaining 2 tbsp of carob powder. You'll use this as coating.
  5. Start making the bonbons! Take 1 grape and cover it with the sticky paste. Roll it in your hands to form small, round balls. Coat the candy with carob powder and set aside. Repeat process.
  6. See how simple it was? Just place them in the fridge or eat them right away! YUM!

Nutrition Information



Amount Per Serving Calories 60Total Fat 3.8gCarbohydrates 4.7gProtein 1.6g

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Raw Carob & Almonds BonBons dessert - almond-chocolate truffles

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Wednesday 18th of July 2018

I loved the "secret ingredient"! Makes them so fresh and delicious. Keep up the good job! ;)

Ruxandra Micu

Monday 22nd of October 2018

Glad you liked the recipe! :)


Friday 25th of April 2014

Le-am incercat si eu acu vreo 2 luni. Doar ca eu am pus si ceva fulgi de ovaz si merisoare. Sunt geniale.


Friday 25th of April 2014

Ma bucur mult ca ti-au placut! Cu merisoare intradevar sunt delicioase! :)


Thursday 26th of September 2013


i would love to make those yumiii balls but i'm not sure, what that nuts pulp is?! can you help me? is this just shredded nuts? i have no clue.

thank you for answering and sharing your great recipes.



Thursday 26th of September 2013

Hi Valeria! I'm glad you like them. I used almonds pulp - you can make this by putting the almonds in your food processor and shred them. Hope this helps! ;)


Saturday 23rd of March 2013

Oooh I really want to make these but i haven't got into making milks yet - is there anything i could use instead of almond pulp?


Sunday 24th of March 2013

I think you can use any type of nuts pulp like coconut, cashews, macadamia, walnuts etc. anything you like :)


Tuesday 23rd of October 2012

Oh my, this is brilliant! Abia astept sa incerc :-)


Sunday 28th of October 2012

Mersi! Ieri am facut iar lapte de migdale asa ca o sa mai fac inca o varianta de bombonele raw in curand :)

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