Carob, this hidden gem spotlights these carob walnut truffles as if they were made for royalty. The creamy texture melts in your mouth. Chocolatey, nutty, and crunchy all at once!

Carob Walnut Truffles Gluten free

Chocolatey, Nutty and Crunchy all at the same time!

 

What a winner for a dessert!!!  Your guests will never know these carob walnut truffles are gluten free and dairy free.  Not only that they will never guess it’s not cocoa powder.

Carob is the hidden gem which sparkles in any dessert especially these carob walnut truffles.  It’s creamy, tasty and easy to work with. 

Carob powder can easily replace cocoa powder as well as carob chips instead of chocolate chips.  The difference is the sugar content.  If you’re concerned about your refined sugar intake then carob is a perfect choice for these carob walnut truffles.

Ingredients You Will Need for carob walnut truffles:

1 1/2 cups chopped walnuts

1/2 cup oat milk

1 tsp vanilla

4 tbsp carob powder

100g melted dark chocolate

3 tsp chia seeds

3 tbsp cacao nibs

4 tbsp MCT coconut oil  (or use regular oil)

2 tbsp sunflower seeds

2 tbsp hemp seeds

Step 1

Melt Chocolate

In this recipe I used dairy free chocolate chips.

Boil a half filled pot of water on medium heat.  Place a bowl on top, put the  chocolate in the bowl and let it melt fully until all the lumps dissolve.

Add milk (I chose to use oat  milk but almond milk or macadamia milk will work just as well for these carob walnut truffles).  Set aside to cool.

Step 2

Prepare DRY  Ingredients

In a separate bowl combine all the dry ingredients:

  • walnut
  • carob powder
  • chia seeds
  • cacao nibs
  • sunflower seeds
  • hemp seeds
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Step 3

If using liquid vanilla add it to the chocolate mixture.

Add the oil to the chocolate mixture.

Step 4

Combine WET and DRY ingredients for carob walnut truffles

Combine all the dry with wet ingredients and mix well.

Roll into balls and lay on to baking sheet or any flat surface container.

Step 5

Refrigerate 3 hrs

Finishing Touches

Drizzle melted chocolate over the balls or toss in finely chopped walnuts.😋😋

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