Maple Pecan Truffles
Pecan Holiday Truffles are so delicious and fairly simple to make.
Line a baking tray with parchment paper.
To make the truffle mix: in a medium size bowl, combine the Maple Pecan Butter, Eatnuts.com Date, Eatnuts.com Pecan Pieces, Eatnuts.com Dried Cranberries and Eatnuts.com Coconut. Mash all the ingredients together by hand.
Once all ingredients are combined, roll the mix into small, balls that are approximately ½” big. Place a toothpick into the top of each truffle and place each truffle onto baking sheet.
Create a dip by melting your Raw Chocolate or have it ready and then dip each truffle into your melted chocolate 2-3 times. Place each truffle back onto the baking sheet.
Place the baking sheet with your chocolate-dipped truffles inside the freezer for 15-20 minutes or until truffles and chocolate coating harden. To store, remove toothpicks and place truffles in an air tight container.
Each truffle is full of goodness, as it is packed with ingredients that are high in nutrition and healthy fats. If you know anyone who is looking for a truffles recipe, the Pecan Holiday Truffles are a great one to share. In our book, these are some of the best truffles out there.
The roasted Maple Pecan Butter makes these truffles taste out of this world. The minute you bite into the truffle, your taste buds are smothered with a butter maple syrup flavor. With hints of tart dried cranberries and the bitterness of the chocolate, this is a perfect combination of flavors.
Made with raw chocolate, its dairy free and next to guilt-free. Each truffle is full of goodness, as it is packed with ingredients that are high in nutrition and healthy fats.Holiday Recipes, Halloween Recipes, Thanksgiving Recipes, Confection Recipes, Dried Cranberry Recipes, New Year's Eve Recipes, Pie and Dessert Recipes, Pecan Recipes, Shredded Coconut Recipes, Vegan Recipes, Winter Recipes