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Vegan Chocolate Truffles

Melt-in-your-mouth truffles don't need much to make them irresistible, but if you want to jazz up this recipe, try stirring in 2 teaspoons of flavored liqueur, such as Chambord, Frangelico, or Kahlúa.

Ingredients: 

Ingredients: 

Ingredient Line: 
½ cup chocolate soymilk
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1 12-oz. pkg. vegan chocolate chips
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½ cup unsweetened cocoa

Instructions: 

1. Warm soymilk until hot to the touch. Set aside.

2. Melt chocolate chips in large metal bowl set over saucepan of simmering water, stirring until smooth. Stir in warmed soymilk until smooth. Cover, and refrigerate 4 hours, or overnight.

3. Place cocoa on plate. Shape chilled chocolate mixture into 1-inch balls, and roll in cocoa.

Nutrition Information: 

Calories: 
45
Protein: 
<1 g
Total Fat: 
3 g
Saturated Fat: 
2 g
Carbohydrates: 
6 g
Cholesterol: 
0 mg
Sodium: 
19 mg
Fiber: 
<1 g
Sugar: 
4 g
Yield: 
Makes 40 1-inch truffles

Comments on this Recipe

I was given instructions to make a dessert for tomorrows dinner that would satisfy not only Vegans, but also nut allergies and gluten free people. I can't believe my luck in finding this recipe! Thank you so much! : )

I am so excited to make these for my vegan friends this weekend...

These are wonderful! Do they freeze well?

this will make as a good gift that will stretch for about two people.

Thanks, VT. These are delicious!

I wish more vegan dishes and recipes were made without soy or soy based products. I don't use GMO products and even organic soy has it's own issues that effect health.

...and only 1800 cals if I eat all 40 of them myself!

Nice recipe, thank you. Was wondering if I could replace the soy milk with soy single cream for example Alpro cream. Would this make the truffles maybe more creamy? Or not a good idea... Thx!

Wondering if this would work with almond milk instead...

I moved from Soy Milk to Rice Milk and realized that there must have been something in the Soy Milk that disagreed with me. Rice Milk is great.

Can you substitute with Almond milk (unsweetened)?

We made this with chocolate almond milk and it turned out terrific. Great for Valentine's Day!

These came out well... My family loves them, but I have to live them in the refrigerator. If I leave them out, they start to lose their form, but I'm afraid that we won't be able to bite into them if I put them in the freezer... Besides that, chewy and good!

The fattiness of the chocolate chips did not combine with the milk well; I would use a mixer to better combine the two in the future.

I am so tired of the soya lie. There is nothing wrong with Soya unless your allergic to it. The whole soya thing is a lie from the milk and meat producers who want to scare people away from it so they can sell more of their product. It is all about greed. I am a man and have been using soya for over 30 years and don't have breasts or any other thing that the fear mongers are pushing. Use non gmo soya and be confident that you will be healthy. Don't over do the fake meat stuff, use milk, tofu and other hardly processed stuff that has been used for over a thousand years so far. I love this recipe, I was hoping to find one using soya milk. thanks I can hardly wait to try it!!

I made these some months ago and I loved them, but as someone else mentioned I let then stay in the refrigerator until needed, because they did lose their shape and, also I used almond milk...I do not use soy products. They are delightful!