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Cookie Dough Truffles



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Cookie Dough

  • 160 grams brown rice
  • 40 grams buckwheat
  • 40 grams millet
  • 300 grams Deseeded medjool dates, (300g after seeds are removed)
  • 160 grams tapioca starch
  • 1 teaspoon fine sea salt
  • 200 grams coconut oil
  • 150 grams raw cacao nibs

Raw Chocolate

  • 200 grams raw cacao butter, chopped
  • 100 grams Raw Honey
  • 80 grams raw cacao powder
  • 2 pinches fine sea salt

Recipe's preparation

    Cookie Dough
  1. Weigh brown rice, buckwheat and millet into TM bowl. Grind on speed 9 for 1 minute. Set aside.

  2. Weigh dates into TM bowl. Chop for 25 seconds on speed 7 - should form into a goopy ball.

  3. Add remaining ingredients (EXCEPT cacao nibs) and mix on speed 6 for about 30 secs until thoroughly combined.

  4. Add cacao nibs. Mix on reverse, speed 6 for another 20 secs or so.

  5. Empty mixture into a bowl and refrigerate to harden for at least and hour or two.

  6. Chocolate
  7. The chocolate does take a while to make from scratch, so it's best to have the choc going in the TM while you form the cookie dough balls and let them re-harden in the fridge. If you'd rather not make your own chocolate, just melt some good quality dark chocolate once the formed cookie dough balls have re-hardened so they can be easily coated.

  8. Weigh cacao butter into TM bowl. Melt for 15 mins on 37 degrees, speed 1.

  9. Weigh honey into TM bowl, and 'cook' for 10 minutes on 37 degrees, speed 1.

  10. Weigh cacao powder and salt into TM bowl. Whizz on speed 6 for 10-15 seconds. 'Cook' a further 20 mins on 37 degrees, speed 1.

  11. Whizz again on speed 6 for 15-20 seconds, then pour into a deep dish (a glass works really well) in order to easily coat cookie dough balls.

  12. As soon as you get the cacao butter started in the TM, get the hardened cookie dough mix out of the fridge. Scoop a tablespoon of the mixture out and mould into a ball (don't attempt to roll them). Put the ball on a plate/baking tray/portable flat surface, stick a toothpick in it, and continue with remaining cookie dough. Once all cookie dough is formed into balls, place tray of balls back in the fridge to re-harden while the chocolate-making continues.

  13. Holding on to the toothpick, dip each cookie dough ball into chocolate to coat, and return to tray. When all balls have been coated, return tray to fridge to set. Enjoy!



This recipe is tweaked from one I found here: //planningwithkids.com/2012/03/25/cookie-dough-truffles/
I made it gluten free, nut free, dairy free, raw, and naturally-sweetened.

The raw chocolate recipe is from Quirky Jo: //quirkycooking.blogspot.com.au/2010/11/almost-raw-chocolate.html

These are perfect for Easter, Birthday parties, and other special occasions - or just as an occasional treat!


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