For those of you that don’t like to spice things up, read no further. For the rest of you, I have this delicious vegan chocolate truffle, that you just might find yourself addicted to, especially in the cold weather.
These chocolate chili truffles are perfect for a slightly spicy Valentine’s Day.
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Chocolate Chili Truffles
- In a large saucepan, melt chocolate over very low heat
- Stir in agave, chili, almond extract and coconut milk
- Refrigerate for 20-30 minutes or until mixture is about the consistency of a thick frosting
- Scoop mixture into balls and set aside on a parchment paper lined plate or baking sheet
- Combine the almonds and cacao powder in a shallow bowl
- Roll the truffle balls in the almond-cacao mixture
Makes 10-12 truffles
I based these spicy little truffles on a recipe from The Spice House, though theirs had several ingredients that I shy away from. You can try this with any of your favorite fun flavor combinations.
Store on a plate on the counter for up to 5 days.
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