Chocolate Bliss Truffles

Happy Valentine’s Day! You might be thinking about the sweet treats you’d like to cook up for that special someone. Well, we’ve got the perfect recipe for you! These are the most decadent, mind-blowing, make you giddy with endorphins, heaven on earth, chocolate coconut truffles we’ve have ever tasted! And trust me, we’ve had our share of chocolate.

We love traditional chocolatey treats as much as the next person, but what we don’t love is the nasty sugar crash, hangover and the compromised immune system that they leave us with.

These truffles are guilt-free and won’t leave you with a sugar crash. Raw cacao is a great source of natural energy and antioxidants, and coconut contains beneficial healthy fat. Did you also know that coconut oil can help to improve heart health and thyroid function? It also supports your immune system, boosts the metabolism, and can promote weight loss. Now that’s a dessert that loves you back!

Enjoy! Please let us know what you think about this recipe in the comment section below. We always love hearing from you!

For more healthy Valentine’s Day treats, check out our Mexican Haute Chocolates, Chocolate Almond Butter Cups, Lemon Balls, and Salted Date Caramels. Yum!

With love and chocolate bliss,
Jo & Jules

Chocolate Bliss Truffles

Yield: About 30 truffles


In a high-speed blender, blend the warmed coconut oil, salt, vanilla extract and maple syrup. Add the shredded coconut slowly and blend until smooth.

Pour the mixture to a large mixing bowl. Slowly stir in cacao powder and mix by hand until thoroughly combined. Watch for chunks of chocolate and combine well. Place the bowl in the refrigerator for about 15 to 20 minutes to harden the mixture slightly.

Spoon heaping tablespoons of the mixture and roll into small balls. If the mixture sticks to your hands and you aren’t able to roll it easily, put it back into the refrigerator for a little longer to achieve the right consistency.

Sprinkle finished truffles with a pinch of Himalayan crystal salt and store in an air-tight container in the refrigerator.

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  • Jaime Smith

    These are incredible! I am a huge chocolate lover and I love these. They are the best truffle I have ever had. I will make them for everyone I know this holiday season. YUM, YUM, and YUM!!!!!
    Thanks for another amazing recipe!

    • Julie Peláez

      Thanks Jaime. Glad you are loving them as much as I am. Ready to make round 2 for gifts too.

  • Sarah Steward

    Julie, these are indeed “decadent” and delicious. I can’t wait to share them with my office mates. Mmmmmm…many thanks!

  • Julie Peláez

    Glad you like them, Sarah! Yum!

  • Amy

    Are these okay to have during the 2 week cleanse?! It would be so awesome if they were!

    • Julie Peláez

      No but they are great for transition week to help ease off of sweets. No stimulants on the cleanse. :)

  • Selena

    I have made many recipes over the past nine years……….this is the most delicious bliss truffles. :) I posted on instagram! I shall pass this recipe on to a few people that can’t eat nuts…… Thank you so much! I love your blog! Brightest Blessings~

    • Jules Peláez

      Awesome Selena! That makes my heart smile. Many blessings to you too. xoxo

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