Almond Date Coconut Truffles

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  • March 13, 2018
Almond Date Coconut Truffles

It’s completely natural to crave a treat from time to time, and thankfully, these almond coconut truffles can satisfy a sweet-tooth without loading you up with junk. On top of that, they’re easy to make and they freeze well. So, you can make a batch, leave a reasonable number available to snack on and put the rest away in the freezer for another time.

So, the next time you have a hankering for something sweet, instead of grabbing something unhealthy and processed, take a few minutes to make these nutritious almond coconut truffles and stay on the right track.

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Almond Date Coconut Truffles
Almond Date Coconut Truffles
Prep Time
1 hr
These truffles can satisfy a sweet-tooth without loading you up with junk. On top of that, they’re easy to make and they freeze well.

Category: Dessert, Snack
Compliance Level: Kickstart, LIfestyle
Servings: 24
Author: Alma Schneider
  • 1/2 lb almond butter crunchy
  • 2 oz date syrup double check the ingredients
  • 2 oz coconut toasted
  • 2 oz cacao nibs
  • 2 oz raisins
  • 1 oz oats
  1. Mix all ingredients in medium bowl.
  2. Refrigerate until cold.
  3. Roll into small truffles, about 1/2 inch in size. Should make about 24 truffles.
  4. Roll truffles in additional toasted coconut.
Recipe Notes

If you use store-bought date syrup, be sure to check the ingredients for anything non-compliant. Alternatively, you can easily make your own date syrup with this recipe.

Alma Schneider
Alma is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, cooking coach, and food blogger. She is the founder of Take Back the Kitchen, a lifestyle program created to help people recognize and overcome common and unique obstacles to planning and preparing healthy meals. Alma provides demonstrations, workshops, and speaking engagements for individuals and non-profits, as well as for corporate wellness workshops, lunch and learns, and company retreats.

Alma has presented at TEDx and is the recipient of The American Red Cross award for Community Service. She has been featured on the Today Show, TV Land, CBS News and is a frequent contributor for CBS, Diabetic Lifestyle, and She has been featured in Family Circle Magazine, Family Fun Magazine, and numerous other websites and publications. Her syndicated recipe column appears in more than twenty print and online newspapers. Alma has been on the Whole Life Challenge for a year and a half and has never felt better.
  • Ryan Natale

    These sound goodI assume the 2oz of coconut should be dried/flaked and unsweetened, correct?
    Is there a calorie count available?
    Is only one truffle considered a portion?

    • Becca Borawski Jenkins

      Hi Ryan – Correct regarding the coconut being dried and unsweetened. We don’t post calorie counts on our recipes, but there are websites/apps where you can enter ingredients and it will generate a calorie count for you. And yes, depending on your body composition and goals, I would say 1-2 truffles would be a “serving.”

  • Cari Clark Phelps

    What about the cacao? Isn’t that considered sugar?

    • Becca Borawski Jenkins

      Hi Cari – Typically cacao is unsweetened, so there would be no sugar in it.

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