Orange Chocolate Truffles

INGREDIENTS:  Makes 10 truffles

  • 1/3 cup Full fat coconut milk
  • Zest of 1 orange 
  • 6 to 7 ounces dark chocolate chips (1/2 bag)  
  • 4 tablespoons ghee (Clarified butter)  Delicious!!!!   Can get at Trader Joes or major grocery store
  • Juice of 1/3 of an orange  
  •  (2 tablespoons) unsweetened cocoa powder
 paleo, healthy orange chocolate truffles

Instructions

  1. Combine coconut milk and orange zest in a small heavy-duty saucepan; heat over low-medium heat
  2. Bring to a light rolling boil then remove from heat; immediately pour through a mesh strainer over chocolate and whisk until smooth
  3. In separate pan; Place chocolate in sauce pan (best in a double boiler)  Sometimes I just put a bigger sauce pan half with water and put a smaller sauce pan with unmelted chocolate on top and heated water from bigger sauce pan will gently melt chocolate.
  4. Stir mixture with wooden spoon, until chocolate is completely melted;  stir in in butter and orange juice until smooth
  5. Chill mixture in refrigerator/ freezer for at least two hours 
  6. Once firm, use a small or cookie dough scoop to form small ball-shaped truffles
  7. Once set, roll truffles in cocoa powder and store in an airtight container in freezer until ready to eat
  8. You can Bring to room temperature before serving but around here they don’t last that long.  =)  
Orange Chocolate Truffles
Rich and Creamy and Healthy! Paleo, vegan delicious treats!
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Ingredients
  1. INGREDIENTS: Makes 10 truffles
  2. • 1/3 cup Full fat coconut milk
  3. • Zest of 1 orange
  4. • 6 to 7 ounces dark chocolate chips (1/2 bag)
  5. • 4 tablespoons ghee (Clarified butter) Delicious!!!! Can get at Trader Joes or major grocery store
  6. • Juice of 1/3 of an orange
  7. • (2 tablespoons) unsweetened cocoa powder
Instructions
  1. Instructions
  2. 1. Combine coconut milk and orange zest in a small heavy-duty saucepan; heat over low-medium heat
  3. 2. Bring to a light rolling boil then remove from heat; immediately pour through a mesh strainer over chocolate and whisk until smooth
  4. 3. In separate pan; Place chocolate in sauce pan (best in a double boiler) Sometimes I just put a bigger sauce pan half with water and put a smaller sauce pan with unmelted chocolate on top and heated water from bigger sauce pan will gently melt chocolate.
  5. 4. Stir mixture with wooden spoon, until chocolate is completely melted; stir in in butter and orange juice until smooth
  6. 5. Chill mixture in refrigerator/ freezer for at least two hours
  7. 6. Once firm, use a small or cookie dough scoop to form small ball-shaped truffles
  8. 7. Once set, roll truffles in cocoa powder and store in an airtight container in freezer until ready to eat
  9. 8. You can Bring to room temperature before serving but around here they don't last that long. =)
Notes
  1. Enjoy!
Adapted from Keep it sweet desserts
Adapted from Keep it sweet desserts
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