Dairy Free Healthy Christmas Truffles

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A Festive and Guilt Free Indulgence

As the festive season approaches, our thoughts turn to gatherings, twinkling lights, and the delectable treats that make the holidays so special. Among the array of tempting delicacies, truffles hold a special place. However, for those with dairy sensitivities or dietary restrictions, enjoying these traditional treats can pose a challenge.

Fear not, our healthy dairy-free truffles are here to save the day! With a few simple ingredient changes, you can create a guilt-free indulgence that will satisfy even the most discerning palates.

Our Ingredients

We decided to replace the traditional ingredient that is used in Christmas truffles - sweetened condensed milk with mashed banana. This makes for a healthier alternative to the high sugar and very sweet traditional truffles. It also allows these truffles to be dairy free - therefore appealing to those with allergies. The mashed banana gives these truffles their moist texture and a natural sweetness. We also decided to use our Salted Cashew Butter in our truffles to create the fudgy texture. Cashew Butter is a rather neutral taste - therefore is does not overpower the chocolate notes of the truffle. Instead it adds to this chocolate flavour by creating a nutty and creamy sensation. 

Endless Variations to Suit Taste 

The versatility of our dairy-free truffles allows for endless variations to suit individual tastes and dietary preferences. For a touch of indulgence, add a drizzle of melted chocolate or chocolate chips to your truffles. For a burst of flavour, incorporate dried fruits, such as cranberries or raisins. For a touch of spice, add a pinch of cinnamon or nutmeg. The possibilities are endless, allowing individuals to create their own personalised versions of this festive treat.

The Calming Power of Baking

The process of making these truffles can be a therapeutic and stress-reducing activity. The creative process of combining flavours and textures allows for mindfulness and focus, providing a welcome respite from the stresses of daily life.

A Bonding Experience

Making truffles can be a delightful bonding experience, bringing together family and friends in a shared pursuit of culinary creativity. The process of measuring ingredients, stirring the batter, and savouring the final product together offers opportunities for conversation, laughter, and shared memories. 


(Makes 6 truffles)


  • 1/2 Banana
  • 1 tbs 99th Monkey Salted Cashew Butter
  • 1 heaped tbs cacao powder
  • 4 tbs oats 
  • Desiccated coconut to roll


  1. Mash the banana with a fork
  2. Add the Cashew Butter and mix until combined
  3. Add the cacao powder and oats and mix until your batter is formed
  4. Roll into 6 balls and then roll each ball in the desiccated coconut
  5. Allow to firm up in the fridge 
  6. Enjoy and Merry Christmas!

Truffles are more than just a delicious and guilt-free indulgence; they are a testament to the power of creativity, shared experiences, and the spirit of the season. Their irresistible flavour, delightful texture, and ability to bring people together make them a cherished part of the holiday tradition, creating lasting memories and spreading joy throughout the festive season. So, embrace the joy of making truffles and spread the festive cheer with these delectable treats that everyone can enjoy.

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