These Paleo Raspberry Cream Truffles are creamy, chocolatey, and bursting with raspberry! Truffles are one of those rich decadences that you dream about—well dreams do come true. I’ve managed to produce truffles that are clean-eating certified, while also being nothing short of delicious! To make these Paleo Raspberry Cream Truffles even better, they’re also gluten-free, vegan, refined sugar-free, and dairy-free!
Hello, February! I almost can’t believe how fast the time is going. Regardless, February is here and it’s the month of love.💘 In celebration of 💕Valentine’s Day💕, these Paleo Raspberry Cream Truffles got called into Triple S!
Raise your hand if you want a super easy, super delicious, CHOCOLATE, raspberry-filled, and sinless treat!🙋
I started celebrating February in January. I needed to get busy making love-inspired creations. In that sense, February has already been going on for nearly a month for me 😂. I can’t tell you how excited I was to food stage for February! 🤗
I mean, I feel like my website sort of defines love—it’s Valentine’s Day all year round on Triple S. The red, white, and pink—the rose petals! It is what it is. I promise it wasn’t intentional. Those just happen to be my favorite colors, and roses, yep, they’re my favorite flower!🌹😍 I bet you have a better idea of my personality now … or do you? 😈
It’s true, guys. We all have secrets—things are not always what they seem. It’s all in the book.
Let’s take a closer look at the gorgeousness of these Paleo Raspberry Cream Truffles!
In addition to the truffles, I’m pretty obsessed with these pink roses!! They’re serious stunners. They were meant for the camera, and complementing these Paleo Raspberry Cream Truffles!
I don’t know about you, but when I think about Valentine’s Day, I think about treats that are pink (from our beloved friends raspberry and strawberry—we won’t forget beets or pitaya (aka dragon fruit) either) and incorporate some type of chocolate. Ice cream also comes to mind—but it’s not like I just spoiled a possible recipe for this month or anything. 😉
Besides food, what are some other things that come to mind on Valentine’s Day?🤔
Let’s see … probably gifts, right? Flowers, possibly jewelry, a special getaway? Those all sound amazing, but, if you ask me, the sentimental things are what matter the most on holidays like this. Really showing someone how you feel about them by doing something unique. Those always seem to be the most treasured memories.☺️
A great way to show someone you care about them is by making something for them. Food just so happens to be one of the many great ways to people’s hearts! 💝
With that being said, I created these delectable Paleo Raspberry Cream Truffles! Once this chilled ball (or heart) of love touches the warmth of your tongue it literally melts in your mouth.
The kick of sweet raspberry goodness helps to make these an instant favorite!
Let’s not forget that crunchy, yet velvety layer of homemade dark chocolate that steals our hearts away. We all know the hypnotic emotions of love and ecstasy that chocolate has over us. It’s undeniable that pure dark chocolate influences positive moods.
Tell me one person who doesn’t get happy after eating a piece of chocolate?
I’m aware that there are some creatures out there that aren’t fond of chocolate, but it’s a rare disease we won’t discuss on here.
For those of you who relate to my adoration of dark chocolate, these Paleo Raspberry Cream Truffles are exactly what you need! They’ll impress any loved one you have in mind!
As a warning, they can evoke some uncontrollable passion. If this isn’t a warning for you, after a romantic dinner, don’t be afraid to turn up whatever “sexy” music means to you, and go ahead and whip out these Paleo Raspberry Cream Truffles and await expectance.
However you took that last paragraph really tells what kinda person you are. 😜😂
All right, I’ll catch you on the flip side! No, literally. Next Sunday, mentally and physically prepare yourself for PALEO … CHOCOLATE CHIP … PANCAKES!! 😍
If you make these, please don’t forget to tag me! I’d love to see!! 😘 @sabrinassinlesssecrets #sabrinassinlesssecrets #TripleS #becausesinlessisdelicious
- 2 cups coconut butter (about 512g)
- 2 cups fresh raspberries
- ¼ cup pure maple syrup (can sub raw honey, but it won’t be vegan)
- 2-3 tablespoons coconut flour (depending on how juicy those berries are )
- ¼ teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- If using molds (I used these heart ones), place them on a cookie tray from easy mobility. If rolling into balls, place parchment paper on a cookie sheet and set aside.
- Next, puree the truffle ingredients in a food processor or high-speed blender.
- If making truffle balls, roll about 1 tablespoon of raspberry truffle filling and arrange them on the parchment paper atop the cookie sheet; place in the refrigerator. If using molds set the mixture in the fridge while you make the chocolate.
- In a double broiler, add the coconut oil. Once melted, whisk in the raw cacao powder.
- Then, whisk in the tapioca/arrowroot starch, maple syrup, vanilla, and sea salt. Remove from the burner.
- Retrieve the truffle filling from the refrigerator and roll each ball in the melty chocolate. Repeat as needed. Return to the parchment paper and allow to solidify at room temperature or in the refrigerator.
- If using molds, pour about ¾ teaspoon of chocolate in the cavities, brushing up along the sides.
- Place in the freezer for about 1-2 minutes or until fully solidified.
- Remove the molds from the freezer and put ½ teaspoon raspberry filling.
- Lastly top them off with ¼ teaspoon chocolate and return them to the freezer or refrigerator to fully solidify.
- Once hardened, carefully pop them out of the molds and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator!
*If you don't have a double broiler, you can make your own by boiling water in a saucepan and placing a heat-safe bowl over the top of it.
*These should last for at least 1 week in the fridge and a few months in the freezer! Just be sure to let them sit out for a few minutes to unthaw.