Delicious truffles

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Hurry. The end is near.

At least the end of 2016 and we are about to embark on a new year. I love new beginnings, yet we often have a difficult time with endings. Some things we say goodbye to and somethings say goodbye to us. We can struggle or we can change. Life does not stand still, why should we?

Can we have treats in 2017?

Of course we can. Sweetness and treats are part of feeling nourished. It is the choice of how, what and why that is important. The thing is, when we tell ourselves that we have to stop eating treats and start eating healthy (without any treats) we end up in the… hurry up and eat it all now.

For the best year ever

That is why I teach you how to focus on nourishment instead of dieting. Diets fail us all the time and so do New Year resolutions.

Consider joining me for the most healthy best year ever in 2017. I will teach you how to think differently about being healthy, living healthy and eating healthy. If you have seen my TEDx talk you will know that I talk more about WHY we eat than what. Or rather, first we talk about why…then we talk about what… and then we go to how.

So join me for your best healthy life yet.

If you sign up for the online course you will also get 5 web-classes for free that I will be hosting beginning January 16th.

If you buy my book you will be invited to a private webinar on January 16th to kick off 2017.  Just email your confirmation or receipt to me and you will be included.

It is time to stop struggling and start thriving.

And as promised – delicious truffles (rimes with struggles). But these are struggle free: And yes they are healthy and sinful enough too.

Walnut-Cacao Truffles:

Ingredients:

3 truffles / per serving
1/2 cup of walnuts
1/2 tablespoon of raw cacao
1/2 tablespoon of maple syrup
1/2 tablespoon of coconut oil

Method:

Heat the coconut oil and raw cacao in a pan to melt it slightly. Pour everything in the blender with the walnuts and blend. Next, taste the dough to see if you prefer more sweetness. Continue to roll one large tablespoon of the dough into a small ball. Alternatively, you can serve it as a crunchy,yummy topping to baked apples or coconut ice cream.

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