High-Protein Almond & Vegan Chocolatey Truffles


Being vegan for so many years has taught me how to create healthy habits without ever counting how many grams of protein I consumed today. I find this constant protein calculations quite obsessive and abnormal.

Nature is smart! It wouldn’t ever cause us suffer nutrient deficiency if we follow the diet and lifestyle we are meant to. Humans need protein, children need it even more. Sticking to a healthy diet with diverse and abundant meals is the right way to go. Fruits and vegetables have protein too and if you add some nuts and seeds here and there, you shouldn’t worry about your protein intake and what certain tables recommend us to do.


Vegan high protein truffles with dates, no sugar

Today I want to show you another super easy recipe for homemade truffles that not only will take just 20 minutes of your time but will offer you an incredible nutrition value with and a lot of plant-based protein.

Let’s check the recipe:


High-Protein Almond & Vegan Chocolatey Truffles

If you enjoy quick and high-protein sweets, this one is for you. It's perfect as a post-workout snack or evening treat. The recipe calls for easy ingredients and only 20 minutes of work. You can experiment and freeze them for an hour, then cover them in dark chocolate.
Prep Time 20 minutes
Course Dessert, Snack
Servings 4


  • 170 g almond flour you can make it at home by blending raw almonds
  • 3 Brazil nuts
  • 3 Medjool dates
  • 20 g coconut flour
  • 1 tsp hemp flour
  • 1 tsp raw triphala
  • 1 tsp reishi powder
  • 2 tbsp raw cacao
  • 3 tbsp coconut syrup
  • 3 tbsp almond butter
  • 100 ml coconut milk


Add almond butter, coconut syrup and dates into a blending cup with 100 ml coconut milk and blend until smooth and creamy. Set aside.
Take a large bowl and add in almond flour, coconut flour, hemp flour, raw triphala, cacao and combine together using a spoon.
It has to form a dough to work with hands. If needed, add more coconut milk or almond flour to adjust the texture. 
Also, try the dough if it's sweet enough for you and add some more dates or coconut syrup if you wish to enjoy sweeter truffles. 
Form small truffles by using your hands and place them on a plate. Cover them with hemp seeds, hemp flour, coconut flakes, cacao and whatever else you would like. Feel free to try different variants every time.
And they're ready to eat.
Keyword chocolate, protein, snack, veganfood

As mentioned in the recipe, feel free to experiment and find the best and most delicious version for you. I tried them covered in chocolate and frozen too and they are incredible good. If you’re running out of time but need to make something satiating and nutritious to pack for school or work, the simple version from the recipe above will help.



We have almonds, hemp seeds, reishi powder, Brazil nuts – that makes a looot of protein, all of it vegan and without any side effects. The consistency is a little chewy thanks to the dates and the almond butter. I just love them.

I hope you enjoy these truffles too.

Let me know if you tried them!

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