Everyone has already tried them once, the bliss ball or chocolate truffle! Whether you made them yourself or bought them in the organic shop, everyone agrees, the bliss ball is the end. Several supermarkets have now added their own type of chocolate truffle to the range. Not a "responsible" snack at the checkout, but are these bliss balls good for you? Often an unnecessary amount of sweeteners are added. Quite strange when you consider that the base is made of date. Seems sweet enough, right? That is why I prefer not to buy these types of products in the store, but rather make them myself. This way you know for sure which ingredients go in and where these products come from. I prefer to make these chocolate truffles on Sunday evening and then quite a lot. This way I always have a nice snack in the fridge when I have a sweet appetite. Moreover, Liva loves these balls and I can give them to the nursery. When children other than gingerbread and crackers eat, our girl gets a chocolate truffle. These bliss balls can be made in all shapes and sizes. For the base I use 4 ingredients but alternate the topping. One time I crumble some mulberries and roll them in there, while the other time I feel like raw cocoa. Be creative and vary!
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