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Coconut & almond truffles (video recipe)

Coconut and almond truffles

Coconut and almond truffles


  • 100 grams of almond pulp
  • 70 grams organic white sugar (unrefined)
  • 2 teaspoons brandy
  • Shredded coconut
  • Pure cocoa powder


  1. Mix almond pulp with sugar and add the brandy.
  2. Then add enough shredded coconut so that the dough can be.
  3. Shaped to make balls then add the cocoa.
  4. Place the balls in small paper cups.
  5. Keep in the fridge until you are going to use them.

Use within 4 days.

The author of this recipe, our friend Giovanna Vivian, is a language professor and teaches classic and creative Italian cuisine. To visit her blog click here.

Thanks Giovanna for your contribution!

You also have a video recipe. It is recorded in spanish but you can see how Giovanna prepares the truffles, it´s very easy!

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