How to Make Healthy Chocolate Truffles

Valentines is around the corner so why not treat that special somebody with these delicious, healthy chocolate truffles…even if that somebody is you 😉  These babies are so easy to make its crazy! If you love chocolate than your going to LOVE these, trust me.

healthy chocolate truffles

I love using raw super foods in my recipes, especially when their desserts. Medjool dates are the perfect addiction to any raw, no bake, dessert. They add a lovely caramel like taste and texture with the processed and refined sugars!

healthy chocolate truffles

Here’s a close up of some of the ingredients…

healthy chocolate truffles

Naked chocolate truffles waiting to be coated with cocoa & goji berry powder.

healthy chocolate truffles

Thats better! Now these truffles are ready with festive Valentines Day colours:)

healthy chocolate truffles Watch a step by step guide to making these healthy chocolate truffles by clicking the video below:


Healthy Chocolate Love Bite Truffles

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes


  • 6 Medjool dates
  • 1 Cup raw almonds
  • 1/4-1/2 Cup unsweetened cocoa powder extra 1/4 cup for coating
  • 2-4 Tbsp. hot water
  • 1/4 Cup Goji berries for coating
serves: 12
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  • Place the almonds, dates, 1/4 cup of the cocoa powder, and hot water in a food processor and pulse until a smooth ball forms. It's ok if the almonds are still chunky as it gives the truffles texture.
  • Scoop approximately 1 tablespoon of the mixture into your hand and roll into a ball. It will be a little sticky. I like to have a small bowl of water to wet your hands with (it helps decrease stickiness). Set aside and roll the remaining mixture into balls.
  • Next, in a coffee grinder add in small amounts of the goji berries at a time so they don't stick together. Grind goji berries for about 10-15 seconds until they are a fine powder.
  • On a clean, dry plate pour your goji powder onto it and roll the balls into it, making sure to cover all sides evenly.
  • On a separate plate you can pour your extra cocoa powder and roll in the other half of your balls.
  • Finally, place in the freezer for about 30 min to set before eating. Take out and enjoy!
  • Store your chocolate truffles in the freezer and enjoy whenever your craving a delicious treat.

I found these mini cupcake cups at the dollar store and thought they were super cute to decorate my truffles with. Local craft stores, Walmart, or grocery stores will also carry cupcake cups.

healthy chocolate truffles

I then found these heart shaped metal containers at Bulk Barn (a Canadian bulk food store) for you won’t believe… $1.49! Crazy I know. You could also place your truffles in a cute heart shaped box or cute baggies. Once again I would check out Walmart or a local craft store like Michaels for some Valentines Day boxes.

healthy chocolate truffles

healthy chocolate truffles

 Now that your chocolate love bite truffles are all wrapped and ready all you need is a sweet note to stick inside and a special somebody to give it to! I’ll be handing out a couple of these chocolate boxes to some loved ones in my life:)

Who will you be giving one to?

healthy chocolate truffles

 Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed this Valentines Day treat. If you make them be sure to leave a comment down below and tweet me a photo at @urhealthnut 🙂


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  1. My friend Kayla pointed me in the direction of your blog and YouTube videos after she made these truffles for Valentines. They look incredible! A lot of date treats that I’ve tried to make have turned out quite mushy, but these look super substantial. Can’t wait to try myself! 🙂

    • Hey Alysha! Thanks for reaching out I’m so happy your friend Kayla referred my site and youtube channel to you. I will be posting a lot more recipes on my blog so stay tuned! xo