3-Ingredient Cookie Dough Raspberry Truffles

3 ingredients-3 easy steps to deliciousness. 💕🌱
Vegan| Paleo |Grain Free |Refined Sugar Free |Oil Free😍

If you haven’t seen my tutorial for these, I posted it last night on IGTV so definitely go check that out, and like for more simple recipe tutorials ☺️ In the video I show you how easy it is to make this recipe.

Note* I used a food processor to mix the dough, but you can easily use a bowl and mix by hand, or a hand mixer, just mash the raspberries first!!

🔺1/2 cup of super fine @bobsredmill almond flour

🔺1/8 cup of Cashew Butter

🔺1/4 cup of frozen raspberries (softened)
1. Mix ingredients in a food processor until it forms a dough and then use a cookie scoop to evenly divide the dough and roll out into balls.
2. Melt 1/4 cup of dark chocolate chips in a microwaveable bowl for 2, 30 second intervals, while stirring in between.
3. Dip a spoon into the chocolate and swirl it onto the tops of the truffles and then set them in the freezer for 5-10 minutes. Enjoy!!

Published by foodwithbenefits

Hi I'm Alexis, I'm a food scientist by day, and blogger by night. I have a BS in Nutrition and Dietetics and an MS in Food Science. My passion is developing simple recipes that are healthy and delicious. My recipes incorporate functional foods for health promotion, in the most delicious way possible. As an IBS sufferer, I focus on incorporating low FODMAP foods into my recipes which includes gluten-free and dairy free options. I believe that healthy doesn’t equate to deprivation, and delicious can (and should) also be nutritious.

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