Truffles are delicious little bite-sized treats. They can be made raw, with minimal ingredients, and in little time. Even when you make very healthy truffles, they taste incredibly smooth and indulgent. To celebrate National Chocolate Truffle Day, we’re bringing you 10 delicious creamy, dairy-free recipes from the Food Monster App!

1. Whiskey Truffles With Almond Praline 

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Who says whiskey is only for drinking? Try these chocolatey Whiskey Truffles With Almond Praline by Clémence Moulaert.

2. Dark Chocolate Almond Truffles 

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It’s always important to treat yourself and sweet cravings when you can, which is what Molly Patrick‘s Dark Chocolate Almond Truffles are perfect for! Toasted almonds and dates are thrown into the mix of these rich sweet bites. Make yourself a delicious dessert when you get the chance with these dark chocolate almond truffles.

3. Peanut Butter and Cardamom Truffles 

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The distinct flavor of cardamom stands out in these decadent Peanut Butter and Cardamom Truffles by Kathryn Geyer. Coated with crunchy roasted peanuts, these little bites are great for gift-giving – or you can keep them all to yourself!

4. Decadent Chocolate Truffles 

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This recipe by Holly Bertone is the best dairy-free and vegan Decadent Chocolate Truffles recipe out there. It tastes just like the traditional version.

5. Lavender Truffles 

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Just 3 ingredients and a a bit of time is all you need to make these Lavender Truffles by Natasha Minocha. You can play around with any flavoring of your choice. Add some coffee, chai masala, pumpkin spice, maybe even some peanut or almond butter. You can roll them in cocoa powder, ground almonds/hazelnuts/pistachios, dip them in chocolate or just eat them plain. They are rich, decadent and absolutely irresistible! Perfect as fuss-free dessert when entertaining or for gifting.

6. Dark Chocolate Avocado Truffles 

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Do you love healthy chocolate truffles? This vegan easy healthy Dark Chocolate Avocado Truffle recipe by Petra Vogel is sure to become a favorite in your home. They are so delicious!

7. Macadamia and Hazelnut Chocolate Truffles 

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It takes a few simple ingredients to put together these Macadamia and Hazelnut Chocolate Truffles by Marta Ansaldo and Mimma Sangiorgio. Because if you want to celebrate, you have to do it with all the love you can!

8. Raw Truffles 

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Nothing beats handmade, and making these cute little Raw Truffles by Ambra Torelli will definitely impress your loved ones with a gift they won’t forget!

9. Dark Chocolate Coconut Truffles 

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No-bake, one bowl and one pan, no fuss, but really delicious! These little Dark Chocolate Coconut Truffles by Kristina Jug and Mitja Bezenšek not only taste and smell amazing, to us, they are even better than the old bounty bar, and you can have more control over the ingredients!

10. Samoa Truffles 

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Samoas are among the most popular Girl Scout Cookies, and these little bite sized Samoa Truffles by Kristen Genton transform them into delicious truffles. If you love samoa cookies then you must try these decadent bites, as they perfectly capture that chocolatey coconut taste!

If you love recipes like this, you should also check out 20 Types of Truffles That Will Tantalize Your Taste Buds and 15 Decadent Recipes for Dark Chocolate Lovers.

We also highly recommend downloading our Food Monster App, which is available for iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 15,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!

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