Strawberry truffles 

These strawberry truffles are an extension of @my_kids_lick_the_bowl ‘s strawberry bliss balls – and they’re lovely 😍😍
🍫For the chocolate – 
🍫1 heaped tablespoon coconut oil

🍫1 tbsp honey (no honey under 12 months but I wouldn’t give these to under 12 months anyway)

🍫1 tsp vanilla bean paste 

🍫1 tbsp cocoa powder 
🍓For the strawberry centre 
🍓🍓1 Cup frozen strawberries

🍓🍓1 Cup gluten free oats

🍓🍓1 tbsp maple syrup 

🍓🍓1/2 Cup coconut flour

🍓🍓2 Tbsp Coconut oil

🍓🍫Directions – 

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🍓🍫first make the strawberry centre (this will make loads so turn these into starwberry bliss balls as well and keep a couple of balls aside for this filling)

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🍫🍓add all ingredients to a food processor and whizz until combined (you may need to add a little more coconut oil or maple syrup if it’s too crumbly)

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🍓🍫make into heaped Teaspoon sized balls and refrigerate for 2 hours. You can roll them in coconut for the bliss balls but keep 2 plain for the filling.

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🍓🍫to make the chocolate- 

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🍓🍫In a pan melt the coconut oil, add the honey, vanilla and cocoa powder and mix until smooth 

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🍫🍓take your moulds and 1/4 fill each shape, try and roll it a bit to stick up the sides a little

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🍓🍫pop in the freezer for 10 mins

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🍫🍓roll small balls of the strawberry mix and pop a piece on top of the hardened chocolate, ensuring you leave a gap round the edge so the chocolate can meet 

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🍓🍫fill each shape to the top with chocolate. All the strawberry mix should be covered 

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🍫🍓freeze for 1/2 hour

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🍓🍫eat them all

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🍫🍓or remove from moulds to a freezer safe tub and keep in freezer until ready to eat

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🍓🍫if you can manage to restrain yourself all the choc to sit for a few mins when removed from the freezer 

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