These Healthy Chocolate Fudge Truffles taste like heaven in a bite size snack! They are made quite easily with 4 simple ingredients!
These healthy chocolate fudge truffles are so rich and fudgy that you won’t believe how delicious and easy they are to put together.
Would you like to take a guess at what the secret ingredient might be? (I bet you won’t believe it!)
These truffles combine simple ingredients like Greek yogurt, semi-sweet chocolate chips, organic cacao powder, and almond butter to create a delicious bite-sized treat. The next time you are craving a tiny snack, pull out a truffle and satisfy curb a craving…
Be careful though….
If your children see you snacking on these healthy chocolate fudge truffles they will gobble them up in a hot minute. I promise you will have to whip up another batch just to satisfy your urge to snack 😀
These little treats come together easily with Greek yogurt – in fact, they are a wonderful way to use up homemade yogurt (especially if you make yogurt in your Instant Pot).
Healthy Chocolate Fudge Truffles
Place the chocolate chips in a small bowl, and zap at 20 second intervals until melted, making sure to stir in between. Once melted, stir in the almond butter until well combined.
Add the greek yogurt to the chocolate/almond butter mixture, and stir until incorporated. Quickly cover, and pop in the refrigerator for 2 hours or more, until the mixture is firm enough to roll into balls.
Once firm enough to roll into balls, use a Tablespoon to scoop the batter into clean hands. Roll into balls, then carefully roll in cacao powder** to complete the truffles.
**Note: Don’t have cacao powder? Feel free to use unsweetened cocoa powder.
Once your truffles are completed, store loosely covered in the refrigerator until they are ready to be devoured. These truffles would be the perfect addition to your holiday cookie platter or cookie exchange.
Enjoy your Healthy Treats – they are delicious!
These truffles are decadent, rich, addictive little treats – you’ll have a hard time stopping at just one!
What’s your favorite way to use Greek yogurt?