Strawberry Creme Truffles (Vegan and Paleo)

These Strawberry Creme Truffles need to go on your must make list!  Who is excited that Spring is finally here?  I just love all berries and I am happy that I am starting to see them in the grocery store now.  I picked up a carton of organic strawberries the other day and I came up with these delicious strawberry creme truffles.

They are amazing and the filling just melts in your mouth!  You may also like my Pistachio Truffles or my Copycat Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs.  These dreamy, creamy truffles would also make a great Easter treat!


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Truffles are very easy to make.  These healthy truffles fit just about every diet.  They are vegan, gluten free, grain free and paleo friendly.

These also freeze well, so you can keep yourself stocked up when a sweet craving hits.  Or when you want the taste of berries in the middle of winter.

Some other truffle recipes you may like:

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Strawberry Creme Truffles

Strawberry Creme Truffles

Serves 12 truffles     adjust servings

A very easy sweet treat!


    For the filling

    For the chocolate


    1. In a food processor , mix the filling ingredients together very well.
    2. Using a cookie scoop or a spoon, drop small balls of the filling onto a lined baking sheet . If the filling seems to soft, stick it in the fridge for 15 minutes.
    3. Stick the baking sheet, with all the formed balls in the freezer to firm up.
    4. While the balls are firming up, melt the chocolate.
    5. Using a double boiler method, melt the chocolate chips and the milk.
    6. Stir constantly until all the chips are melted and the mixture is smooth.
    7. Working quickly, using two forks, roll the balls into the chocolate and place them back onto the lined baking sheet.
    8. Stick the finished balls back in the freezer to firm up. It should take about 30 to 60 minutes.


    Recipe Notes

    These can be stored in the fridge or freezer. They should keep for a couple weeks in the fridge and a few months in the freezer. If you store them in the freezer, they may be slightly hard. They should be perfect after a minute or two though. Enjoy!

    Strawberry Creme Truffles



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    380 thoughts to “Strawberry Creme Truffles (Vegan and Paleo)”

    1. Oh my goodness! These sound so delicious right now--and so simple! I've never been a big fan of the kind of truffles with smooshed-up oreos and cream cheese--those always were so heavy and goopy. But these seem like they'd be very refreshing with the fresh strawberries! Definitely pinning this one for later.
    2. About how many does this recipe make? I know the size will be the variance but if you use a sm. (1 TB) cookie dough scoop how many do you guess will be the yield.
    3. Does the coconut butter make it taste like coconut? If it does, is there something I could replace it with? Lol I'm not a fan of coconut flavorings.. Only the stuff straight out of a coconut in Hawaii lol
      1. It will taste slightly coconutty. Not as strong as things made with coconut oil though. You can try using a cashew cream instead if you are worried about the taste?
    4. I know this is a vegan recipe, but is there anything I can replace the coconut butter with? It doesn't matter to me if it is vegan or not, I just have all the other ingredients on hand. Can I use normal butter or is that too heavy or does the coconut butter offer a lot of the flavor? Love this recipe, looks great!
      1. Thanks Abby! You can probably use a cashew cream in place of the coconut butter. Cream cheese may be another option, but if you go that route, I would add more sugar to balance out the tang of the cream cheese.

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