Amazing Dark Chocolate And Coconut Oil Truffles, Full Of Magnesium Instead Of Sugar!

In general is hard to restrain from eating chocolates and not feeling guilty. But, these truffles are healthy and sweet! Made with cooking dark chocolate, this snack makes you healthier.

Why go dark?

It is known that chocolate is not the best diet food, as far as milk chocolate goes. But, dark chocolate is different.

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As per authoritynutrition.com the dark chocolate is full of nutrients. Made of cocoa tree seeds, this is full with antioxidants. Studies said dark chocolate makes you healthier and with less heart risks.

Also, this dark chocolate has minerals like magnesium, copper, iron, manganese. It has some fibers too. The rest of benefits are:

  • Better blood flow and lower pressure
  • More good cholesterol
  • Less insulin resistance
  • Less heart issues
  • Safe skin from sun damage (for more such foods read “Everything you need to know to avoid sun damage without using cancer-causing sunscreen)
  • Better brain work

This decadent chocolate is amazing if you have sweet tooth. Rich in magnesium, these truffles will reduce stress too and the coconut will balance blood sugar.

Recipe courtesy by drhyman.com

Coconut oil chocolate truffles

These truffles are loved by everyone and can be a good gift too. This is vegan, gluten-free and with all the benefits of coconut like lauric acid and medium chain fats.

Serves: 24 truffle pieces

Prep time: 2 and ½ hours

You need:

  • 12 oz sugarless dark chocolate
  • ¼ cup Nutiva coconut oil
  • ¾ cups coconut milk or coconut cream, full fat
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract, alcohol-free
  • ¼ tsp sea salt
  • Stevia, maple syrup or honey

For coating you need:

½ cup cocoa powder or flakes or silvered almonds

Method:

With a double boiler, melt the chocolate and coconut oil. Stir and add the coconut milk. Now whisk to make it smooth.

Remove aside from heat, add salt, vanilla and sweetener by choice.

Let it cool for 2 hours. Get a spoon, scoop spoonful, roll it in a ball and in the coating you chose.

Refrigerate the truffles and chill them for 10 min, serve then.

Keep them in the fridge.

Nutrition per serving with NO sweetener or coating
  • 96 calories
  • 10 g fat
  • 6.9 g fiber
  • 2 g protein
  • 5 g carbs
  • 22 mg sodium

Source: www.healthy-holistic-living.com