Raw Vegan Fudge Truffles

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Happy Almost Valentine’s Day everyone! How do you all feel about the holiday? Do you love it / hate it? I’ve always kind of loved Valentine’s Day, even the years I was single, because I love the color pink and love seeing hearts everywhere. Now that I’m in my twenties, it’s admittedly not quite as exciting. But when I was in high school, I remember there was this spread in Teen Vogue that I just loved – these girls who started their own vintage clothing store hosted a Galentine’s Day tea party, and it was just as cute as you’d imagine. Cookies, pink cupcakes, peonies and daisies, whimsically mismatched teacups… basically my aesthetic dream. So what did I do? I hosted my own Galentine’s Day! I invited all my best gal pals over for quiche, cookies, scones, cupcakes, and tea. It was a blast!

These little chocolate truffles would have fit in perfectly with that party I hosted so many years ago. They’re daintily bite-sized, but decadently chocolatey. I tested these truffles on my non-vegan friends, and they all LOVED them. Like, absolutely LOVED them. As in they keep requesting that I make more! ;) And with only four ingredients, they’re ridiculously easy to make. Plus, they’re a treat you can feel good about – 100% raw and vegan, filled with live nutrients and antioxidants to keep your Valentine healthy!

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Raw Vegan Fudge Truffles

These deceptively decadent raw vegan fudge truffles are full of live nutrients and antioxidants to keep your Valentine healthy!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • Heaping 1/2 Cup Walnuts
  • 8 Medjool Dates
  • 2 Tbs Raw Agave Syrup
  • 1/2 Cup Raw Cacao Powder


  • Put walnuts and dates into a food processor and process until a mealy dough is formed.
  • Then, add in cacao and agave and process until a smooth ball is formed in the food processor.
  • Using a small ice cream scoop, scoop out little balls of the dough and use hands to form little balls. If desired, roll balls with a coating of raw cacao powder to finish.
  • Enjoy!

Raw Vegan Fudge Truffles | Well and Full | #raw #vegan #recipes

Quote of the Day:

All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.

– Charles M. Schulz


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32 responses to “Raw Vegan Fudge Truffles”

  1. evi@thehealthycook Avatar

    Hi Sarah!
    I definetely wouldn’t say no to such a nutritious chocolate treat, and I’m not a vegan either!! They look delicious!

    1. Sarah Avatar

      Thanks Evi! :D

  2. Rebecca @ Strength and Sunshine Avatar

    2 things I don’t have walnuts and dates :P Hahaha! I need to get some!

  3. Maya | Spice + Sprout Avatar
    1. Sarah Avatar

      Thank you Maya!! <3

  4. demeter | beaming baker Avatar

    Galentine’s Day? LOVE IT! I’ve partaken in my fair share of ladies v-day parties too. :) We’d usually wear pj’s, order Chinese food and watch romcom. It was ridiculously fun! Love the quote. Sometimes you just need a little Peanuts wisdom. And some raw vegan fudge truffles, of course. ?

    1. Sarah Avatar

      Oohh your Galentine’s Day sounds super fun! Can I come? ;) :D

  5. Anthea @ Rainbownourishments Avatar

    Hehe. I’m not a fan of Valentines day… but Galentines Day, yes please! I do have a darling boyfriend but I think if I made him one of these for Vday, he’d jokingly try to throw it in my face. At least, that way, I can eat his share :)

    1. Sarah Avatar

      Hahaha more chocolate for you then! ;)

  6. Liora @ Allthingsloveli Avatar

    These look so delicious! I love the simplicity of them, and the fact that they’re all chocolate!

    1. Sarah Avatar

      Thank you Liora! :D

  7. Summer Avatar

    These look so yummy ♥


    1. Sarah Avatar

      Thanks Summer! :D

  8. Caitlin Avatar

    These look absolutely delicious and so easy to make! Can’t wait to give them a try!

    xx, Caitlin

    1. Sarah Avatar

      Thanks Caitlin! <3

  9. Jessie Snyder | Faring Well Avatar

    Ooo now I want to have a galentines! So cute Sarah! Love these chocolate orbs of deliciousness. xoxoxo

    1. Sarah Avatar

      Thanks Jessie! Happy Valentine’s, girl! XO

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  13. Mary wilson Avatar
    Mary wilson

    How many in a serving for 60 calories

    1. Sarah Avatar

      Hi Mary! The fudge truffles are about 76 calories per truffle. Hope this helps :)

  14. Call C Avatar
    Call C

    5 stars
    These are totally awesome. So easy to make. Guilt free snack. Love them. Thanks.

    1. Sarah Avatar

      I’m so glad you like them!! Thanks for leaving a note :)

  15. Annike Avatar

    5 stars
    I just made these and honestly what have I been doing for 4 months not knowing about these! These are so delicious! I didn’t have access to walnuts, so I used cashew nuts instead. My non-vegan boyfriend loved them as well. (Also I became vegan like 20 days ago, and i’d just like to thank you for making it really easy to transition cause I can still have delicious desserts, and your other recipes are inspiring!)

    1. Sarah Avatar

      I’m so glad you liked these, Annike!! And I’m glad you like the other recipes as well :) Cheers!

  16. laurel Avatar

    I used chocolate protein powder instead of cocoa powder and pecans since I didnt have walnuts. I had to use every ounce of will power to only eat one. So good I cant wait for tomorrow to come so I can have another:-)

    1. Sarah Avatar

      Chocolate protein powder sounds like a delicious and nutritious substitution!! So glad to hear you liked the truffles :)

  17. Sandi Avatar

    5 stars
    I Love this recipe! Sooo delicious! I doubled the recipe and used 100% maple syrup. I added a little extra syrup and that made it a little too goofy to form into balls. (Maybe after it cools in the fridge.) I didn’t take a photo, it looks like fudge in a bowl. 😋
    Thank you for this super easy and yummy recipe!!! 🌈❤️

    1. Sarah Avatar

      I’m so glad you like these truffles! Thank you for leaving a review, I really appreciate it :)

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