When you think of truffles, you normally think chocolate, right? Well, I am here to change that! I created these low carb vanilla cake truffles, and it tastes like you’re eating cake. With zero sugar in this recipe, you can eat these truffles without guilt! They are a perfect little treat to keep in the fridge when you need a sweet treat in a hurry. It takes only 5 minutes or less to make these truffles, so what are you waiting for?
Ingredients To Make Low Carb Vanilla Cake Truffles
- almond flour
- sugar free white chocolate chips
Simple And Quick Cake Truffles
If you are like the average person who doesn’t have a lot of time to make healthy snacks and treats, then this recipe is for you.
Making recipes that are simple and quick is my favorite!
This entire recipe takes literally 5 minutes or less to make.
You could absolutely eat it as soon as it is all mixed together, but I highly recommend you put the truffles in the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes, just to firm up a bit.
They are delicious when cold and firm…and refrigerated truffles seem to take away some of the “grit” that almond flour tends to have.
How Much Protein Is In These Truffles?
There are only about 2.5 grams of protein in each truffle, so if you are having it as a snack, go ahead and have a cup of collagen coffee or hard boiled egg white to get more protein in your snack.
Low Carb Sweetener Substitutes
This recipe calls for Trim Healthy Mama Gentle Sweet, which is just a mixture of xylitol, erythritol and stevia. I make my own Gentle Sweet without the xylitol and use it in recipes that call for Gentle Sweet.
If you do not have these sweeteners, you can use your favorite low carb sweetener…just be sure that it measures like 2 Tablespoons of sugar for this particular recipe.
For example, if you use Monkfruit classic sweetener, you would use 2 Tablespoons, but if you use Super Sweet, you’ll need about a 1/2 Tablespoon since it is much sweeter than Gentle Sweet.
Can I Use Baking Blend Instead Of Almond Flour?
This recipe calls for only 6 Tablespoons of almond flour, so if you would like to substitute it with THM Baking Blend, you would use a bit less.
THM baking blend contains coconut flour which can make your goodies dry if you use too much.
You can play around with baking blend and even cut the recipe in half while you’re experimenting.
Just remember that these truffles will firm up in the fridge, so the batter may seem very moist after mixing. That’s perfectly fine.
Before forming the mixture into balls, put the bowl of batter into the fridge to solidify just a bit…it is easier to scoop out Tablespoon portions after it’s been chilled for a few minutes.
Of course, no one is stopping you from eating the batter straight from the bowl after it’s been chilled!
More Truffle Recipes
Oreo Peanut Butter Truffles – Oreo peanut butter truffles will be a hit with your friends and family! They are low carb, sugar free and full of protein. These truffles are perfect for an afternoon pick-me-up as well as a sweet treat after your low carb meal.
Strawberry Almond Truffles – Strawberry almond truffles will become your go-to protein snack after just taking one bite! These truffles are sweet, yet sugar free…nutritious, yet delicious…and filled with protein! When you need a bit of energy, reach for one or two truffles. It’s the perfect little low carb snack!
Pumpkin Spice Truffles – Pumpkin spice truffles are a great little protein snack! Whether it’s the middle of the afternoon or after supper, these low carb treats will satisfy your sweet cravings…plus give an extra boost of protein.
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Low Carb Vanilla Cake Truffles
When you think of truffles, you normally think chocolate, right? Well, I am here to change that! I created these low carb vanilla cake truffles, and it tastes like you're eating cake. With zero sugar in this recipe, you can eat these truffles without guilt! They are a perfect little treat to keep in the fridge when you need a sweet treat in a hurry. It takes only 5 minutes or less to make these truffles, so what are you waiting for?
- 6 Tablespoons almond flour
- 1 Tablespoon THM Gentle Sweet (see note)
- 2 teaspoons sugar free white chocolate chips
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 2 Tablespoons butter, softened
- Mix all ingredients together.
- Refrigerate mixture for a few minutes before rolling into balls (this helps them to be more firm and easier to work with)
- Roll in granulated sweetener if desired.
If using a different sweetener, read the blog post for sweetener substitutions!
Yieldmakes 6 truffles
Serving Size1 truffle
Amount Per Serving Calories 123Total Fat 11gNet Carbohydrates -1gProtein 2.5g