These healthy Almond Joy Truffles taste just as good as the candy. This recipe is the perfect snack if you want something healthy that tastes like dessert.
This month’s Recipe Redux challenge invites members to create no-cook dessert recipes. Raw desserts are typically quick to make and less complicated than their baked counterparts. Raw food also has health benefits, because heating food destroys some of its nutrients and beneficial enzymes. I have lots of no-cook snack recipes on the blog, including peanut butter cookie dough bites as well as chocolate, banana, and mango lime Larabars. My most pinned recipe at the moment, and one of my personal favorite snacks, is the Apple Pie Larabar recipe.
I’m happy to add another delicious no-cook treat to my list of goodies. These Almond Joy Truffles are inspired by the candy bar, but they’re delicious and healthy. I love the combination of coconut and chocolate, and with just five ingredients, these can be made in a matter of minutes. I like to refrigerate them, but if you’re in a hurry they can be eaten right away.
Almond Joy Truffles Price Breakdown
This recipe yields 12 truffles and costs a total of $4.18, or $.35 per truffle. This healthy vegan snack is a delicious, high-protein treat that makes a great dessert.