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Healthy Delicious Chocolate Truffles

I was addicted to Chocolate.

I couldn’t stop eating Chocolate and I made excuses to myself that the chocolate I bought was for my clients.


I would throw it in the trunk of my car before I went on on sales appointments. Then I’d get the urge for chocolate, pull over to the side of the road, and grab a little morsel of chocolate before I reached my destination.


Yes! Chocolate would call me by name. It said, “Kathryn, come eat me”.


I happily complied, until . . . I couldn’t zip up my pants; they were so tight, fat was bulging at my belly and the caffeine from the chocolate was keeping me from sleeping through the night.


Something had to give!


I was super low in magnesium and I had Candida Overgrowth. Candida is a fungus. We need a bit of candida in our guts for digestion. Unfortunately, when Candida is overgrown, it wants to party on its favorite food: sugar. The candida caused more bloat and brain fog.


This was a vicious cycle!


My body was crying out for more magnesium and begging me to stop eating so much sugar. Over time, I finally said, “Enough is Enough”!


Instead of eating processed packaged chocolate, I found a new delicious substitute, loaded with magnesium and all the nutrients I needed to truly satisfy my tummy and my taste buds.


Ridiculously Delicious Blueberry Truffles to the Rescue!


I would make a big batch of these truffles and freeze them. Whenever I needed a satisfying smidge of chocolate, I would slowly savor one of these delicious morsels to satisfy my crazy cravings.


I realized by savoring my food, my life got more savory!


If you are challenged by chocolate cravings or you simply are looking for a healthy chocolate treat, these are your tickets to feeling fabulous!



Ridiculously Delicious Blueberry Truffles

  • 2 cups walnuts or pecans

  • 1 cup pitted dates

  • 1 cup frozen blueberries

  • 1⁄2 cup of cocoa powder

  • 1⁄4 cup of cocoa powder or Unsweetened Coconut to roll the truffles in


📌Blend ingredients in a food processor until the mixture is smooth. Be sure to scrape down the sides of the mixer to get everything well combined. Shape the dough into 1” balls and roll them in cocoa. Let chill a few hours in the refrigerator before serving.


Variation: Reduce dates to ½ cup, Blueberries to ½ cup, Add ½ cup Cacao Nibs and 3 tbsp. maple syrup for a darker, more chocolate truffle.


ENJOY!

Huge Love and Support,

Kathryn




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