Figgy Raisin Truffles

Written by Bridget on . Posted in Ravishing Recipes


Gluten free * Dairy free * Vegan * No Added Sugar

Today I am SO happy to share with you the lovely Nicole Maree! I have followed this girl for a LONG time on Instagram, and let me tell you, she is not only talented, creative, intelligent and FUN, she is also CUTE as a button and healthy as hell! 🙂 You will absoloooodly LOVE her website and I KNOW you will want to snap up ALL of her wonderful eBooks which are UBER good value and PACKED full of mouth-watering GOODNESS 🙂

Today we are sharing with you Nicole’s take on the humble Rum Ball…. The festive little treat often put under our noses at this time of year from every direction 🙂 Now you can indulge in these balls of bliss GUILT FREE!

Loaded with SUPER food wonder, these Figgy Raisin Truffles will have not only your taste buds singing, but also every other cell of your being and body 🙂 And since EVERY SINGLE ingredient is ULTRA good for you, you can do nothing but GLOW with health (and happiness!) from eating them 🙂

I truly hope you enjoy this golden recipe, and that your friends and family become converted to the Good Life too, once they’ve had a taste 🙂 hehe.

Enjoy, Enjoy, Enjoy and PLEASE do be sure to go and check out just what else Nicole has for you over at

The book featuring this recipe is only $10 and will happily get your through the Silly Season smiling and soul-fed! 🙂


1/3 cup plump dried extra large raisins
5 chopped luscious dried figs
1 tbsp coconut butter
1 tbsp cinnamon
2 tbsp cacao powder
2/3 cup vegan chocolate protein powder
1/3 cup unsweetened almond milk
2/3 cup shredded coconut


Place all ingredients except shredded coconut in your food processor and blend until a chunky paste mixture is formed.

Transfer the mixture into a bowl and place in your refrigerator for 1 hour to set.

Once set roll into balls and then toss in shredded coconut. Place the balls in your refrigerator to firm up for 2 hours. Alternatively place in your freezer for 1 hour. Enjoy!

Store remaining balls in your fridge or freezer.

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