{recipe} Raisin Walnut Truffles


in Raw Food Recipe

Truffles!I cannot even count the number of times I have made this one. My mom, my friends, those who are new to raw…

I’m constantly recommending and sharing this little treat. It is so easy. I don’t know how it is possible that something so easy would come out tasting so very decadent. And something without chocolate could taste so chocolatey. It’s the craziest thing. I really hope you will try this one!


4 cups walnuts
3 cups raisins
2 7-8″ vanilla beans
3/8 t sea salt
1/2 T cinnamon


  1. Chop 1 cup walnuts in a food processor until well chopped but definitely not powdery! You want to keep some texture to them. Set aside in a bowl, then mix in the cinnamon.
  2. Put the remainder of the walnuts and other ingredients into the food processor. Keep processing until it starts to form a wonderfully oily glob of a ball.
  3. Hand roll this mixture into separate balls, about 20-25 of them. Roll the balls around in the chopped walnut mixture.
  4. Share! And make sure when people are mmm-ing and hmmm-ing that you inform them this is actually a health food. (Yes!)

Eva, I made these today!!!! Unbelievably easy and so delicious!!
~ Teddi Riffe Sipe


You might find this info on vanilla (including where to buy) to be useful to you!


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