If you’re looking for a decadent and delicious treat, either as a gift or just for you, then you’ve come to the right place. This recipe for homemade Chocolate Truffles is sure to satisfy even the most demanding sweet tooth. With a creamy, melt-in-your-mouth centre and a rich dark chocolate hit, these truffles are sure to be loved by everyone, vegan or not. Plus, they’re easy to make and require only two ingredients – oat milk chocolate chips and coconut milk. That’s it!
Make no mistake – no store-bought truffles can match these homemade chocolate truffles. They are fresher, more flavourful, and more customisable to your own taste, since you can experiment with different coatings (or type of chocolate chips). Lucy has used a variety, from Organic Cacao Powder to Chocolate Coated Cacao Nibs and nuts. Don’t forget, making a homemade gift is often more meaningful than buying one because it shows that you’ve put so much more effort into the gift. AND, these homemade Chocolate Truffles are more affordable than store-bought ones, allowing you to save money while still giving a meaningful gift.
So, let’s get started and make some of the best chocolate truffles you’ve ever had!
You will need
- 500g Food Thoughts Oat Mylk Chocolate Chips (or your favourite Food Thoughts chips/melts)
- 250ml full fat coconut milk (must be smooth – heat up if needed)
- To roll in:
- Food Thoughts Organic Cacao Powder
- Food Thoughts Chocolate Coated Cacao Nibs
- Chopped peanuts
- Chopped pistachios
Melt the oat mylk chocolate chips and combine with the coconut milk. Place in the freezer for 2 hours to set.
Take the mixture out of the freezer. Scoop out and roll into balls.
Roll the truffles in your toppings. Add to a jar should you wish to give this as a gift and decorate with ribbon. Store in the fridge until it’s time to eat.