Herbal Truffles

Commonly called nut butter balls, there is no reason you cant make herbal treats with out chocolate as well. We have had some excellent recipes this month using chocolate and herbs but you can make nut butter versions as well (chocolate optional).

Ingredients (bare minimum)

  • 1 cup nut butter of your choice (almond, peanut, sunflower)
  • 1 cup honey or agave syrup (both for texture and sweetness)
  • 50-75g herbs finely powdered (you can open up capsules if you need to)

Other tasty ingredients (add as much or as little as you would like)

  • Cranberries
  • Raisins
  • Cherries
  • Chocolate Chips
  • Coconut Flakes
  • Cocoa Powder
  • Other Chopped Nuts

If your dough gets too dry, add more honey/agave. Depending on your daily dosage of your herbs, separate your mixture into balls and roll. It is great to freeze half of your truffles and keep the rest in the refrigerator. You may want to choose to roll your balls in the coconut flakes or the cocoa powder. I generally aim to make about 25 balls which gets me 2-3g of my herbs in each one. You can also half that and take 2 a day.

Here are some herbal blends to consider or make your own with the help of a practitioner

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Sleep Support

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Let us know how your treats go at home in the comments below and thank you for joining us for this part of our Customer Appreciation Month. I hope you will continue to enjoy our other special posts for November as well as our free classes for the month.

Jillian Carnrick, founder and manager of The Dancing Herbalist, has a Masters of Science Degree in Herbal Medicine, practices as a nutritionist, and is a Certified Personal Trainer and Exercise Is Medicine Professional through the American College of Sports Medicine. Join her for live classes and The Dancing Herbalist’s home herbalist courses online for more learning opportunities.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. vikaherbs says:

    I love this idea! 🙌


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