Almond Ginger Truffles

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This simple take-away truffle (or sweet raw ball – but truffle sound better so I’m sticking with it) is filled with delicious, health-promoting ingredients. Nothing says love like sharing a delicious wellness bomb, am I right?




½ cup almonds

¼ cup almond butter

¼ cup pecans or walnuts

½ tsp ground ginger (dried)

½ cup of dates, pitted

¼ cup unsweetened shredded coconut or sesame seeds




1. In a food processor combine the nuts and ground ginger. Pulse into a fine meal.

2. Add the almond butter and the dates and pulse until well combined.

3. Roll into 1 inch balls.

4. Add the sesame seeds or shredded coconut into a small bowl.

5. Roll each ball in the bowl to coat with sesame seeds or coconut.


Lisa PitmanAbout Lisa Pitman

Lisa is a long-time vegan and certified raw food chef (Matthew Kenney Academy OKC), she has experienced first-hand the healing power of food.  Lisa strives to support people to make conscious food choices, encouraging the culinary creativity that celebrates food that is both delicious and nourishing. When not in the kitchen, Lisa makes use of her Masters in Social Work, through endeavours focused on social change, policy research, youth development, and community engagement. In all she does, Lisa hopes to inspire others to live healthier, happier and more peaceful lives.

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