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by Kunal K May 09, 2013 1 min read

This is really delicious. I made it last weekend and was extremely satisfied with the result. Who would have thought you could make something so professional looking in just 15 minutes.

250g Dates
100g Upgraded Bulletproof cacao butter (melted)
20g Upgraded Bulletproof Chocolate powder
1/4 tsp Upgraded bulletproof Vanilla
30g Almond meal
20g Desiccated coconut

  1. Put all the ingredients into a 'kitchen wizz' with a blade attachment. Blend until the mixture forms a ball and comes away from the side of the blender.
  2. Press the mix into a slice tray and refrigerate or alternatively roll into grape sized balls and toss in desiccated coconut for a Paleo chocolate truffle.
  3. For a different flavour dimension you could try adding a few drops of peppermint oil for a choc/mint slice or orange oil for a 'jaffa' flavour.

Kunal K
Kunal K

Co-Founder, OptimOZ.com.au

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