How to Make Valentine Keto Brownie Truffles
Very easy and delicious keto Valentine brownie truffles
The momentous day of love quickly approaches. Hearts, chocolates, and flowers are everywhere.
While the flowers and the hearts are naturally low carb, many of the mass-produced chocolates are not.
It’s time to take matters into your own hands and make these yummy and easy low carb brownie concoction truffles. Your valentine will thank you.
You can make tasty low carb chocolate truffles at home that are delicious and sugar-free. They are also perfect for parties and birthdays.
They can be coated in chocolate or rolled in seeds or nuts, unsweetened cocoa powder, coconut, or grated chocolate.
2 cups homemade chocolate spread
3/4 cup coconut flour *
1/2 cup sticky sweetener of choice **
2 cups chocolate chips
In a large mixing bowl, combine your chocolate spread, coconut flour and sticky sweetener of choice.
If the batter is too thick, add extra syrup/liquid until the thick, creamy dough remains.
Line a large plate with parchment paper. Using your hands, form small balls and place them on the plate. Refrigerate.
Melt your chocolate chips of choice. Remove your truffles from the fridge.
Moving quickly, dip each truffle in the melted chocolate, ensuring they are all evenly coated.
Place back on the plate and refrigerate until firm.
* You can substitute this for almond flour, but double the amount
** I used a monk fruit sweetened maple syrup, which is keto-friendly. Traditional maple syrup or agave nectar can be substituted.
Healthy Paleo Vegan Brownie Truffles (Keto, Low Carb) can keep at room temperature, in a sealed container, for up to 2 weeks.
They can be refrigerated and are also freezer friendly.
A keto diet can be really simple, but it helps to learn some basic skills. These tips and guides will help you answer all the common keto questions.