Almond Date Truffles

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These Almond Date Truffles are so chewy and delicious, you’ll have a hard time eating just one! This healthy Vegan treat is a great dessert for the holidays.

Almond Date Truffles in Rainbow Wrappers Topped with Powdered Sugar

Almond Date Truffles

Vegan desserts are hard for me. I am a lover of dairy and I don’t care who knows it! If I ever wound up being lactose intolerant, I think y’all would have to commit me to an insane asylum. Butter, Cream and Cheese are the basis of every one of my favorite recipes.

Imagine my surprise when I had a vegan friend asking for more vegan friendly desserts. I bravely said sure — no problem. Then I came home and started thinking about it and remembered how hard vegan desserts really are for me.

What could I make that is naturally a vegan dessert? I really don’t like all the fake stuff people use sometimes…I’m not going to use artificial eggs or faux cream. Just not going to happen. I wanted a recipe that you wouldn’t know it was vegan unless I told you.

Seven Almond Date Truffles Coated in Sugar on a Wooden Table

After a few days of brain storming, I remembered an old recipe I used to make for Date Truffles. I used to add a little cream cheese, but figured I could add a little honey to help hold them together instead…and it worked perfectly! (FYI – Some vegans are ok with honey, some are not. Thankfully my friend is a-ok with Honey…if you are anti-honey, try using corn syrup instead!) 

The Recipe

These truffles are a breeze to make in a food processor and only take a few minutes of hands on time. I like them best cold out of the fridge, but they are perfectly fine to sit at room temperature as well. Feel free to use whatever nut you like best, but I think the almonds add just the right touch.

Head on over to Dixie Crystals to check out the recipe for these Almond Date Truffles that I developed for them!

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  1. Quality Food Gifts at Reasonable Prices

    The Date Truffles are looking fantastic. These type of dishes are the best suitable for small treats.

  2. Cooking the Truffles

    Great!! This looks amazing. I was looking for unique recipes, but now I got idea for this. Thanks.

  3. Best Gift Ideas

    I am missing my Mom right now because she always makes delicious truffles for me. I will suggest my mom to make these almond date truffles for me.

  4. Leslee

    I have a cookie recipe with a filling similar to the truffles, yummy! I always buy pitted and diced dates. Do you know how many cups 16 dates would equal?

  5. Cookbook Queen

    These are beautiful!!!! I struggle with vegan, too…it’s so hard!! I use milk, eggs and cream SO so often.


I'm a trial & error, self taught, sugar addict who thankfully learned how to survive in the kitchen! I am also a wife, mama of 3.