Sugar-Free Chocolate Nutella Truffles. A super easy Nutella truffles recipe! These sugar-free, gluten-free, & low carb chocolate truffles taste like Nutella.
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These days, there is simply an overabundance of diet plans. It can be overwhelming to decide.
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Food and drinks that one diet prevents you from consuming, another, seemingly equally legitimate eating plan 100 percent encourages. The grass always seems greener on the other side. They say it’s healthy, after all. So it should be okay, right? And let’s tell the truth. Recipe videos are oftentimes quite tough to resist. 😉
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1/3 cup Coconut oil
1/2 cup Sugar-free “Nutella” spread (or regular Nutella if not sugar-free, or any chocolate hazelnut spread of your choice)*
1/2 cup Sugar-free dark chocolate chips (or other chocolate chips of choice)
1/3 cup Powdered erythritol
1/2 tsp Vanilla extract (optional)**
1/2 cup Hazelnuts (chopped very finely)***
More tips about this recipe in the post above!
Combine all ingredients, except chopped hazelnuts, in a medium saucepan. Melt over low heat, stirring constantly, until smooth.
Refrigerate for 60-90 minutes, until partially set. Stir, then continue to refrigerate until firm (about 1-2 hours).
Use a small cookie or melon scoop to spoon round chunks of the batter and form into 1- to 1.25-in (2.5-3 cm) balls (use cold hands and only your finger tips to avoid melting). Roll and press each ball into chopped hazelnuts to coat all sides.
Keep refrigerated until right before serving to keep truffles firm.
For sugar-free Nutella options, you can use this homemade sugar-free Nutella recipe or this store-bought sugar-free chocolate hazelnut spread.
Recipe requires 5 ingredients, not including optional vanilla extract.
You can make finely chopped hazelnut pieces by pulsing whole hazelnuts in a blender or food processor. Don’t over-process to avoid making nut flour or nut butter.
Serving size: 1 truffle