No-Bake Caramel Cookie Dough Truffle Balls from Ricki Heller

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No-Bake Caramel Cookie Dough Truffle Balls from Diet, Dessert and Dogs

Any recipe that has “No Bake” in the title is tops on my list these days. Add in “Caramel,” “Cookie Dough,” and “Truffle” and I’m so there! I’d say these treats from Ricki of Ricki Heller are made to order!

Note that Ricki uses a few special ingredients in this recipe: lucuma powder, Chinese 5-Spice powder, and cereal. If you’re not familiar with lucuma powder, it’s a fairly expensive product, but one usually only needs a small amount for recipes, so a package can last for a good number of recipes. Ricki uses it to achieve that caramel/butterscotch/maple syrup type flavoring—that so many of us adore—but without the added sugar those flavors usually connote. Chinese 5-Spice powder in a dessert recipe might surprise you, but I’ve seen it used that way more and more of late. Ricki explains that it adds “warmth and spice” to sweet recipes. Be sure to use a gluten-free cereal like she noted to ensure your treats are gluten free. As already noted, these lovely cookie dough balls are sugar free, and they are vegan as well.

Click here for Ricki’s No-Bake Caramel Cookie Dough Truffle Balls recipe over at Diet, Dessert and Dogs You’ll want to check out Ricki’s latest cookbook, which is a bestseller—Naturally Sweet and Gluten Free—and all her cookbooks .

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Comments

  1. Interesting. I’ve seen lucuma powder, but took a detour when I saw the price. Looking at these little gems, I’m thinking it might be worth it, especially since it has a caramel/maple flavor (one of my favorites). Plus, if a little goes a long way, that’s a double “plus.” These do look amazing (as you mentioned on Facebook). Ricki’s recipes are also healthy, so if I can achieve “healthy” and “super-tasty-treat-ish” all in one bite, I’m sold!
    Melissa

    • Melissa–I think it’s time to buy some lucuma powder for sure. It will last a good while! And yes, those flavors are some of my very faves, too! :-) Finally, we are all so fortunate that Ricki makes amazing dessert recipes that are always healthy–love that!

      Hope your bike riding has brought you some more amazing critter sightings! ;-)

      xo,
      Shirley

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