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A chocolate truffle made in 5 minutes, naturally sugar-free and 37 calories! You’re welcome.
1. Melt the coconut oil in a bowl. (Mine takes about a minute in the microwave.)
2. Add the stevia and cocoa and stir until completely combined. It will be very loose and soupy. Taste it to see if you want more sweetness.
3. Pour the milk into the chocolate and stir vigorously. It should start becoming more pudding/mousse like.
4. Use a rounded tablespoon or even a coffee scoop to make a ball as best you can. Roll in coconut flakes and set in a small cupcake liner or on a plate.
5. Refrigerate and it will harden perfectly.
Note: Our chocolate is like eating dark, so its slightly bitter. You can taste your chocolate before putting in the milk to decide if you want more sweetness, adding 1/4 teaspoon of stevia at a time to increase.
Nutrition info: Servings: 18, Serving size: 1, Calories: 37, Fat: 4g, Fiber: 1g, Carbs: 2g, Protein: 1g, Points+: 1
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