Samoa Truffles

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It’s only Tuesday and this week is already flying by. We leave Friday for Nebraska then once I get back to Colorado, I leave to Phoenix for a book tour stop then to Kansas City then back to Colorado! Have you heard about this book tour?! I’m meeting up with Diane Sanflippo, Cassy Joy and Liz Wolfe to sign books, talk paleo, and celebrate Diane’s new book Practical Paleo 2nd Edition and Cassy’s new book Fed & Fit! So if you are in Phoenix, Kansas City or Denver, come visit me and these other ladies! But here is another list of all the other places they’ll be stopping by and the links to where you can visit them at! Go support these amazing ladies who are spreading health and knowledge into the world right now!

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Anywho, let’s talk about this past weekend…because it didn’t really go as planned. We thought we would spend every day at the lake, soaking up every last minute of sunshine before we both had to leave town and it was fall by the time we got back. Well, we started that weekend off on the right foot by heading to the lake and I got some surfing in in the FREEZING water. It’s insane how quickly lakes get cold here. Well after some surfing, my husband jumped on one of these stunt tricycles things (they are on the show Nitro Circus, I guess) and he spun out (which you are suppose to do) and ended up dislocating his rib (not what you are suppose to do). He’s had tons of injuries from wakeboarding so I think this was one that was lingering and just got irritated from the weird tricycle thing. So we ended up having to go to urgent care because he couldn’t really breathe and they just gave him a shot in the butt to help with the inflammation since it popped back into place on its own. That being said, weekend plans changed. We ended spending most of our time on the couch, finishing The Night Of, starting Narcos and eating lots of food. We did end up making a lot of spicy margaritas and a few friends came over, so it wasn’t a total bust.

PaleOMG Samoa Truffles

Ok, we should talk about these truffles for a second. Because I absolutely love them. If you haven’t tried my Samoa Brownies yet, you totally need to. These are just like the brownies, but easier! And they store awesome in the freezer so it’s easier to not eat them all in one sitting. I always have to preface pretty much everything in my life, so here we go: no, just because these are “paleo” doesn’t mean you can eat all of them. It’s still sugar. And sugar is bad for you. You can deny it, but it’s the truth. I consume stuff like this when I’m craving it, but sometimes I even shared just one of these with my husband. I’m not saying these are good for you like many of my other non-sugar recipes are, but these are a great option if you are celebrating something special or just in the mood for a special treat. You’re a grown up, you are responsible for your own consumption. Go you!

PaleOMG Samoa Truffles

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Samoa Truffles

  • Yield: 12 truffles 1x
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  1. Make caramel sauce. Let cool for about 15 minutes.
  2. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Place shredded coconut on a baking sheet then bake for 5-8 minutes, until browned.
  3. Place coconut (leaving behind about 1 tablespoon for garnishing) in a bowl and pour caramel sauce into bowl, leaving behind 2-3 tablespoons (for garnishing). Mix together coconut and caramel until completely combine. Place in freezer for 30 minutes.
  4. Line a cooled baking sheet with wax or parchment paper.
  5. Melt chocolate in a bowl in the microwave or double boiler. Using a cookie scoop, scoop out about 1-2 tablespoons of the coconut caramel mixture and shape into a ball in your hands. Place the ball into the melted chocolate and roll around until covered then use a fork to pull the truffle from the chocolate and tap off the excess chocolate. Slide the truffle onto the baking sheet and sprinkle with salt before the chocolate hardens. Repeat with the rest of the mixture, it should make 10-12 truffles.
  6. When all the truffle have been formed, scoop the extra caramel sauce into a spoon and drizzle a little caramel over each truffle and sprinkle with a little extra toasted coconut.
  7. Place back in the freezer for 10 minutes before serving. Store in freezer and thaw only for a minute or two before eating!

PaleOMG Samoa Truffles

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Oh, Hi! I’m Juli.

I’m a food hoarder. And a really bad dancer. If you don’t know me well, you will probably not understand my humor. Therefore, I apologize ahead of time. Thanks for listening to my ramblings of my ever-changing life and trusting my kitchen mishaps. Your trust in me is appreciated.

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36 thoughts on “Samoa Truffles”

  1. Who is going to be the first to complain that the caramel sauce isn’t on the blog and they have to buy the book ? I mean if you love Juli and PaleOMG go buy the book cause it is worth it 🙂 These look delectable !

  2. Where abouts in Nebraska? & is it part of the book tour? Didn’t see it on the map…..thanks for recipe 🙂

    1. the recipe is in my newest cookbook, so it’s not that frustrating if you have the book! and if it is that frustrating, plenty of other recipes to choose from, around 650+ to be exact!

      1. JaniceinAlaska

        Julie, in your response dated September 6, 2016. The book is $24.49 plus shipping on Amazon. Do you really think your recipe for samoa truffles is worth $24.49 + shipping ??? So yes it is frustrating.

  3. What?! You’re coming to KC?! Well this is gonna be awesome!

    @Norma – buy the cookbook, you’ll love it and you’ll have the caramel sauce recipe 🙂 I sometimes make a similar recipe using mashed bananas instead of the caramel sauce and flatten them into more of a cookie.

  4. Juli! These were amazing and even better than the brownies because it’s faster! haha. Thanks for all your hard work. You dealt with that hater so nicely. I would have definitely deleted her comment. Out of sight, out of mind right? Thanks again!

  5. Omgosh these look awesome and so easy! We are having a celebration this weekend for a friend who just beat cancer and I am totally going to make these for it! Thank you! Can’t wait to see you guys at the Phoenix book signing!

  6. Mmm, Samoas. I have to get the Scout Cookie (GIANT, delicious Samoa knock-off) at Watercourse/City o City every time I’m in Denver. These look much more manageable than a giant cookie!

  7. You’re the main reason I’m going to the Phoenix book signing! It will be our secret. These truffles look amazing AND easy!

  8. If you ever find yourself in Lincoln, NE, two PaleOMG/Juli obsessed ladies at PowerCycle indoor cycling studio would diiieeee to meet you!!

  9. Hi Juli 🙂 I live in Norway, and I’m trying to order your cookbook, but in the bookstore it has the same title, but another cover image? Is this correct? God forbid I get a book without the caramel sauce…. 😉

    Thanks for sharing your amazing recipes, by the way!

    Best regards,

    Cathrine

  10. Hi. I have no problem buying the book, and I am happy to, but I have other sensitivities other than gluten. Can you please tell me if most of these recipes are egg free, and if not, do you offer alternatives? This Samoa recipe looks great, for instance, but I dont know what is in the caramel sauce. Thanks for the info!

  11. OMG. Holy balls (as Juli would say). These are beyond amazing. My super Paleo husband, who rarely eats any sugar ate two. The entire family was speechless for at least 90 seconds (a possible record).

    And buy the damn cookbook people; it’s the best.

  12. Made these this week and they were so easy and so delicious! I made 14 so we can each have one after dinners when we want. Love your blog and your message!

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