Dusted in powdered, freeze-dried raspberries, these festive truffles are rich, decadent and surprisingly vegan.
What is great about energy bites is that they do not require any baking, they pack a bunch of protein and other good stuff to keep you going throughout the day, and they can be eaten for breakfast, snack, or dessert. This simple recipe calls for dates, coconut, and almond butter.
We admit it, these truffles may sound strange, but if you are looking to make perfectly creamy dairy-free, vegan truffles, mashed potatoes are the secret. Skip the heavy cream and roll up these chocolate delights with soft mashed potatoes.
The touch of natural bitterness in walnuts plays against the sweetness of the turbinado sugar and the slight bite of the whisky for a taste that’s both lush and balanced.