Truffles are a classic treat for Valentine's Day and beyond. If you're looking for a healthier alternative, here's a recipe made with 100% raw ingredients. Form the "chocolate" mold with dates, cacao powder and almonds. Then, top it with homemade strawberry cashew cream and a sprinkle of coconut flakes. Bon appétit, it's that easy.
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