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¼ cup (50g) coconut oil; 3 tbsp. maple syrup; ½ tsp vanilla extract; Directions: In a pot over low heat, slightly heat the oils and coconut milk. Add the 200g desiccated coconut, vanilla extract, and maple syrup. Mix well. Transfer into a container and chill in the fridge for 1 hour.

Once the batter is firm, form 10 balls and roll them in the. Desserts come in many shapes and sizes, and these vanilla and coconut truffles are among our favourites! Ingredients: 2 cups (200g) desiccated coconut + 3 tbsp. ¼ cup (60ml) coconut milk, canned; ¼ cup (50g) coconut oil; 3 tbsp. maple syrup; ½ tsp vanilla extract; Directions: In a pot over low heat, slightly heat the oils and coconut milk.

vanilla bean, pink salt, coconut flour, dark chocolate, maple syrup and 2 more Date, Coconut, and Spices Truffles El invitado de invierno spice, butter, ground cinnamon, vanilla pod, coconut oil, dried dates and 2 more. Combine coconut with condensed milk, add a pinch of salt and mix until smooth. Refrigerate for 20 minutes to harden up. At this point you can: place the mixture into a small pan and cut out bars after they’ve hardened OR you can roll them into oval shapes (like eggs) or balls. When coconut kisses ‘dough’ is ready, remove from the heat, mix in the vanilla extract, and spread mixture onto a greased plate.

Let cool to room temperature before starting to roll them into balls with greased hands. Use a ½ Tablespoon as measurement. Then, dredge gently in the coconut flakes until totally covered.

Place into paper bonbon cups. Put 2 cups of coconut flakes, maple syrup, coconut oil and vanilla in a blender or food processor and process until smooth. Put the remaining ¼ cup of coconut flakes on a plate.

Line another large plate with parchment paper. Roll the coconut mixture into 1-inch balls, then dip the coconut balls in coconut flakes. These creamy coconut truffles were super fun to make and they were a big hit with everyone at dinner.

The remaining truffles will be perfect for this week’s school lunch treat and my kids are very excited. In a large bowl, beat the softened butter with a hand mixer until creamy and smooth. Add cream of coconut, coconut extract, vanilla. I made the regular recipe coconut with coconut extract instead of vanilla and rolled in toasted coconut mint made with mint extract and rolled in crushed peppermint candies almond made with vanilla extract but with toasted almonds in the chocolate and rolled in raw crushed almonds raspberry vanilla (this variety required 1 tsp vanilla.

Sweet coconut cream truffles made with just a few ingredients, cloaked in a dark chocolate shell, and topped off with toasted coconut! In a separate, large bowl, stir together condensed milk, melted butter, vanilla extract, and coconut extract (if using). Pour in coconut and stir well. Add powdered sugar, stir well.

Vanilla extract can be one way to get an authentic vanilla flavor, but truthfully, nothing compares to vanilla beans! They’re intense, fruity, fragrant, and they add the perfect touch to these rich and creamy white chocolate truffles. To really emphasize the vanilla flavor, I finish these truffles with a light dusting of sparkling vanilla sugar.

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The truffles can be amended in many ways, such as substituting almond butter instead of cashew butter, chopped dried fruit simmered into a gel instead of syrup, and other herbs instead of cocoa powder.

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Immediately dip the truffles into this mixture and vibrate thoroughly to emphasise the structure of the grated coconut.

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With a little chocolate tempering skill, you can make these truffles quite easily and impress your friends and family with a great homemade holiday gift.

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Truffle oil, truffle paste, preserved truffles and fresh ones, if you are feeling flushare available at specialty foods shops and by mail from D’Artagnan and Urbani (see Sources).

“The Gourmet Cookbook: More Than 1000 Recipes” by Ruth Reichl, John Willoughby, Zanne Early Stewart
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4 In small bowl, stir powdered sugar and milk until smooth; drizzle over some of the truffles.

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You can also make these with cashew butter instead of peanut butter and add some mint extract for a chocolate mint truffle!

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Snip a tiny hole in 1 corner of bag, and drizzle mixture over truffles.

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In a medium saucepan, combine the coconut milk, cream, 3 tablespoons (37 g/ 1.3 oz) of the sugar, and the vanilla bean seeds.

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TASTY TWIST To make these even more coconutty and delicious, add 2 tablespoons of shredded, unsweetened coconut before blending.

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In Piedmont white truffles are met with, which are very highly esteemed.

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  • We ususlly do petit balls, only the one we can buy is bigger
    We dont use vanilla flavor only coffie o cocao
    In the freedge before serving
    Swedish cocosboll ����

  • Man I made it and when I was making the balls they began to melt in my hand so I just decided to make it a DIY station for white choc truffles��

  • I did this recipe, and it turned out to be great and delicious, my friend fell in love with them!!! Thank you for this easy and delish recipe, now everyone wants me to do this again!:)

  • Is there a possibility to use something else then desiccated coconut? Bc I would love to make them for my date but he doesn’t like coconut

    Edit: lol I wrote dedicated coconut, I edited that

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  • Mmmmmmm… I love white chocolate. Those white chocolate truffles taste so good. That taste sweet and creamy truffles. Great recipe. See u next time.

  • OK for those needing a recipe
    Half a can of Condensed Milk
    225gm of Coconut
    100gm Coconut for rolling
    15 to 20 almonds depending on your size

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    Also, I’ve done this before in my home country!

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  • I love your videos they are absolutely amazing and really delicious and very simple to follow the instruction which is fantastic because I love cooking. And I’m planing to make some of your delicious recipes for Christmas ��

  • How you really do it:
    NO TOASTING
    All butter
    Vanilla extract??? No
    CAYENNE???? Noo
    Mix with hands
    Roll with hands
    No coconut, pearly sugar��

  • It’s very good, we call it a beijinho that It means kiss. It’s really good, I’m from Brazil and it’s one of the foods I like the most, I love the food in the United States too, but nothing compared to Brazil, I love the food in my country very much,I’m very proud! But I love to try foods from other countries that are amazing!!!

  • OOHH!!! This is literally a really great recipe! My little sister’s birthday is coming up in May and I might just try this for a birthday surprise!
    Personally, I’m going to try an use something other condensed milk, since my parents don’t let us have much sweet food, but I think it’ll work!

  • Okay I made these with dates instead of sugar and they turned out so perfect. You need to let the dates soak in med-hot water for about 10 minutes for both texture and better incorporation.

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  • I made these and they turned out great, I even coated them in chocolate, tastes like bounty bar. Only tip: do not add too much condensed milk, it then becomes harder to form the most perfect balls to serve.

  • Hey that’äs a surprise! This is a classic in my childhood:) Perfect for kids parties as werlll. We always made them. I wonder if it’s unusual in other countries. But I have never seen anyone do it with coconut oil! I prefer mine with pearl sugar, but shredded coconut is good too.

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  • I made this for my girlfriend in our 800 days anniversary, and she loved it so much!! Many thanks for your wonderful recipe ❤️❤️
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  • Coconut Truffles! I love Coconut! Amazing video, beautiful thumbnail and great recipe, another high quality production! Loved and liked (640):)

  • I will deffinately try this Recipe… Ive been super curious in making No Bake Cheesecake. I always make all my Cheesecakes in the Oven. I just dont know if the No Bake Cheesecake will taste as Good.

  • Tried to add the following comment to the blog….but got refused at every turn even when logged in.

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    Made this according to the instructions and they are GREAT! Call it a poor man’s chocolate truffle.

    Also CJ’s recipe is easy. Very similar to my mother’s recipe for a ‘no bake cookie’ that I hated cuz every ingredient was just slightly LESS than the list for these(we were dirt poor).

    Don’t substitute margarine for butter.
    Don’t substitute Nestle Swiss Mix for 100% cacao.
    Don’t substitute gluten-free lentil paste for oats.
    Don’t substitute hot yoga Yogi toenail trimmings for actual coconut.
    Don’t substitute real vanilla extract for whatever the heck is currently being recommended for real vanilla extract.

    DO use cayenne.

    The result is a mole poblano ball of joy with a coconut chaser. Lord…..add rum or tequila and watch your guest fight each other for the recipe.

    Notes: your butter should be soft but not melted. Your coconut oil should be solid at room temp…not refined and liquid. Your coconut should be VERY finely ground or powdered, not standard shredded.

  • We used to make these all the time when me and my friends were kids:D
    One time we made just one huge Chocolate Ball instead of many small ones.
    Totally doable if you want to make something fun at a kids party, just make one huge one, always a favorite:D
    By the way we didn’t call these chocolate balls when we were kids and I apologies for this now but it was over 4 decades ago and yeah I’m sorry…
    https://youtu.be/h0JolqmmMk0

  • Chef John, do you think that adding the sugar to the grains and caramelizing it when roasting them would improve the taste? I imagine it would.

  • They were actually called negerbollar. Now first part is the N word and then balls. But because everyones so sensitive they changed the name.

  • I made these a few times and they are delicious! One time I put lemon zest and a bit of lemon juice instead orange, it was a great combination. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us

  • hello my beautiful, thank you for your recipe, I realized yesterday it’s very good, my children came looking for them so it was good, good afternoon kisses ❤❤��������

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  • These are sweet balls of pure heaven just love them meant to make them for Christmas but forgot with everything else thanks for the great recipe happy holidays:)

  • Hi! I just found your channel and subscribed immediately! LOve the desserts which you make and will definitely try something to make! Happy holidays!

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  • Hello from Sweden! Dont use coconut, use pearl sugar, nib sugar or whatever you call it.. and get some O’boy ( dont replace the cocoa tho, just lessen the measurement and add some O’boy ) Also this is definately not something we eat for or even with breakfast, its ”Fika” or more close to candy.

  • Hi Chef John, Happy Thanksgiving! Just made these this week and there a hit! My friends love them and my one friend wants me to make a bunch to take to work for 12 days of Christmas and for her church group! I’m so happy to finally have a healthy Chocolate treat that i don’t have to feel guilty about eating plus I can substitute in Stevia for the sugar and walla! Perfect all the time snack and there filling! Love your recipes! Best, Tiger

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  • Ok I’m a major fan of oats and I have them everyday, so I was excited to try this effortless recipe. I did cream the butter with the sugar to reduce the sandy texture. End result: I did not like them. They have a weird feel because of the raw oats, despite the toasting. I did have these in Denmark and they tasted much better, maybe because of the rum 😉

  • I tried making these today. I followed the recipe to the max and mines did not come out like yours. My chocolate was lumpy as if the butter refused to melt all the way through. I am not sure if my heat was too high or what. Any idea’s as to what went wrong?

    I also made these with semi-sweet dark milk chocolate and those came out fine.

  • Just made this for a ramadan snack. They are in the fridge now waiting for sunset so we can eat them.
    They smell so good!

    They tasted so good! For thier simplicity it was really good.

  • Swedish input: There are sweets real unhealthy. A standard Swedish recipe of this woudn’t have cayenne or coconut oil, and would definitely use white sugar. Also they don’t have to be bigger than what you made them. Kids would make them probably half the size. Only ones you buy at cafes or stores may be huge. Also I don’t think they will get that firm in the fridge if you’re not using coconut oil.

  • Its called negerboll, not chocolate ball
    And it has always been called negerboll ever since i made them as a kid with my grand grandmother

  • U can use a machine with the paddle and mix it. I use cold butter and use hot coffee. I use espresso powder to make it strong like 3 tablespoons water to 1 teaspoon powder.
    And I use salted butter so no need to add salt then.

  • Ok, first of all these are not healthy.Add puréed dates instead of the sugar, omit the butter and even the coconut oil if just add peanut butter. And by the way even though we don’t think alike sometimes, I love your videos!

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  • Hm. Weird. We have an old family recipe very similar to this, except we call them macaroons. You put butter, milk, sugar, and cocoa in a pot and bring it to a light boil. Then you mix in the oats and shredded coconut and scoop onto parchment paper. When they cool (no need to refrigerate) they harden like a cookie because the sugar was melted. Also you get no gritty texture. You can sprinkle coconut on top before they cool to make them pretty. Might be worth trying! I’ll send you my recipe if you’re interested.

  • YUM! Turned out GREAT. Already ate TWO of them. Cream the butter, coconut & sugar together first. Then add liquids (vanilla & espresso) then add the dry ingredients (mix dry ingredients together in a separate bowl before adding to the butter/sugar mix).

  • Here in Värmland Sweden they call it N-word balls! Many people here get angry when people call them chocolate balls.. But ey! What can I expect when over 50 % of Sweden is kind of racist ��

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  • hi i tried this recipies and it turn out perfect its sooo delicious i love your cookings soooo much
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  • Those look Delicious! When I made truffles for the firs time, they turn out amazing. It makes me want to reach through my laptop screen and grab one. They look so good!

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  • In Poland we also do them with plain biscuits crumbs instead oat flakes and less cocoa �� these balls recipe has emerged during comunismus when any fancy chocolate treats were scarce ��

  • Vafan är det här för nån jävla smörja?! Det här är amerikanskit ju! Ska man göra dom svenska så ska man skippa kokosoljan eller vad det nu var och lägga i ett dussin könshår för smak�� Jag är mästerkock, den här snubben borde testa tomatjörpa

  • hello. I just love your cooking. am making the truffle now. but however my truffle has not set. it’s sticky and wet. I had put it in the freezer for faster cooling. it’s been atleast 3 hrs not set yet. please help me. what do I do

  • My baking teacher would not approve of anything but butter in these. He would throw a fit if you brought him margarine instead of butter for anything (I’m not even sure why we had margarine in the fridge!). Only genuine butter, always, for everything.

  • I made a horrible extra unhealthy version. Used all 100ml of the Whipping cream. Used sweetened coconut flakes. Used 220gm of chocolate. I am really trying to make a healthier version next time. My calculation is 4.5g Saturated Fat Per Ball and 6.0g sugar per Ball.

  • Great coconut balls, super yummy! Keep up the amazing recipes, these are super delicious…Happy Holidays to you, your friends and family! Make sure to swing by my cooking channel when you get the chance!:)

  • His pronunciation was completely fine. In all actuality, the syllable of “ch” in “Choklad” is another one of those syllables that are unique to northern European languages and not very common or natural to any English speaker.

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