Immune-Boosting Chocolate Truffles

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Introduction: Immune-Boosting Chocolate Truffles

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These chocolate truffles are not only delicious, but they are also sugar-free, immune boosting and ridiculously easy to make! So why not take a few minutes and try out this recipe.

Step 1: Ingredients

Ingredients: . 1 cup of cocoa powder . 1 cup medjool dates (finely chopped) . 4 tablespoons of honey (preferably manuka) . 1/4 tablespoon sea salt . Powdered sugar, sprinkles or bee pollen granules sprinkle over the finished truffles . UnBEElievable Health Bee Prepared Immune Support (or another immune boosting supplement) Makes approximately 16 truffles

Step 2: Mixture

Mix chopped dates, cocoa, honey and salt in a bowl until it forms a thick dough.

Step 3: Bee Prepared

Next, break open one of the Bee Prepared capsules and pour out the powder. Then mix.

Step 4: Forming the Truffles

Take the dough and roll it into small balls.

Step 5: Final Touches

To finish off, dip the truffles into powdered sugar, cocoa, sprinkles, bee pollen granules or whatever you fancy. Not only does this enhance the flavor but it greatly improves the appearance of the chocolates.

Step 6: Finished

Now you are finished! Not only do these chocolates make a great snack, but they also make excellent presents to give to your loved ones. I hope you enjoyed this recipe!

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    I made these and they were really yummy. Good idea!

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    If you like them please vote!

    Sounds interesting! I've never had immune boosters before :)

    You can make this recipe vegan by not adding bee propolis and using xylitol as a sweetener instead of honey.