Vegan Chocolate Truffles are gluten-free, dairy-free, and easy-to-make! The secret ingredient to these decadent treats is sweetened condensed coconut milk. Plus, no baking required!
If you like coconut desserts, then you will love this recipe. Their soft and fudgy–a real sophisticated dessert to serve to guests. They will never know this recipe is completely vegan.
What’s in Vegan Chocolate Truffles?
Sweetened condensed coconut milk- is going to give these truffles their sweetness, rich texture, and is a great non-dairy alternative.
Organic Cocoa Powder- is going to be the key ingredient for adding loads of chocolate flavor. Make sure to use a nice quality organic cocoa powder because these truffles are a special treat.
Do chocolate truffles have truffles in them?
Despite their name, chocolate truffles do not contain any truffles in them. They get their name because they look like the truffle mushrooms.
What is the secret to making vegan chocolate truffles?
Making truffles is kind of like making a chocolate dough. You have your liquid, in this case, its the sweetened condensed coconut milk. Then you have the flour, in this case, its the cocoa powder.
To make the “chocolate dough” the process consists of sifting cocoa into the coconut milk, mixing, and repeating until a thick chocolate-like dough is created. If the base is too loose in density, it will not hold its shape into a ball. Instead, it will weigh down into a glob. You don’t want that!Print
2-Ingredient Vegan Chocolate Truffles are gluten-free, dairy-free, and easy-to-make! The secret ingredient to these decadent treats is sweetened condensed coconut milk. Plus, no baking required!
- 3/4 cup plus 2 tbsp sweetened condensed coconut milk
- 2 cups cocoa powder plus additional for coating the truffles
- In a mixing bowl, add the sweetened condensed coconut milk and sift in the chocolate, about 1/2 cup at a time.
- Mix well until the cocoa is fully emerged into the condensed coconut milk. In the beginning, the cocoa powder wants to resist mixing in. Keep stirring, it will fully mix in!
- By this point, the batter is still liquidy. Keep sifting in and mixing in all of the cocoa powder until a thick chocolate like dough forms (know that the chocolate will not truly act as a dough and separate completely from the bowl, this is just a description to explain how thick the batter needs to be.
- When ready, cover the bowl and place it into the fridge for a minimum of two hours or even up to 3 days.
- Once chilled, grab the chocolate batter and roll about 1/2 tablespoon or so into your palms and roll it into a ball. Lastly , coat the truffles in cocoa powder until fully coated.
- Once all the truffles are fully coated with cocoa powder, place them back into the fridge for another hour.
- When ready serve them at dinner parties or to any guest you want to impress.
If the dough/batter is not dense enough, simply continue to add more cocoa powder until you are confident that the balls will hold their shape.
- Category: vegan desserts
- Method: no-bake
- Cuisine: American
Keywords: vegan chocolate desserts