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Guava Strawberry Truffle Chocolates

Serving size: 12

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Freeze time: 10 minutes

FREE OF: gluten, dairy, soy, coconut, nuts, banana, seeds, lime, egg, animal products


  • 4oz block of Bakers semi sweet chocolate (if you're a messy cook, maybe get 2 just in case)

  • Frozen strawberry guava concentrate by Hawaii's Own

  • Silicone Chocolate molds


  1. Break up the chocolate into pieces and melt

  2. Use a small spoon or silicone spatula to scoop a small amount of chocolate into the chocolate mold, just enough to fill the bottom

  3. Gently squeeze the mold so that the chocolate spreads around the sides and covers pretty much the whole mold repeat with all the molds

  4. Put into freezer to harden 5 minutes

  5. Take the frozen concentrate and the molds out

  6. Cut out a small amount of the concentrate just enough to fill the middle of the chocolate mold

  7. Cover the top with more chocolate and put in freezer for quickest hardening results for about 5 minutes

  8. Pop them out of the mold carefully and serve!



We highly recommend you get silicone molds because its significantly easier to manipulate and to take them out. If you're worried about the cost, you don't need to be. You can get one mold at Walmart, Joann's Fabrics, or Michael's for anywhere between $1-$5. You can also order them pretty cheap on Amazon.


Story behind the recipe:

Chocolate truffles are just about the best thing you can have for Valentine's day or any romantic occasion. It's pretty difficult to find vegan and gluten free ones and if you do, they're generally very pricey. There's so many recipes out there for different kinds of truffles, but this one is definitely one you won't see anywhere and it's very easy.

Keep in mind that these truffles are an explosion in the mouth! They're sure to be a surprise. It's not recommended that you bite these in half though, you'll have a big mess on your hands and probably just about everywhere. They definitely won't leave you with a dry mouth or a lack of flavor.

More truffle recipes are coming, so if you want to batch up an assortment, stay tuned. With chocolate molds you and a unique filling you are sure to impress whoever you give theses tasty morsels to. Pair with a dessert wine or your choice of hard liquor. Have a romantic evening!

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