These healthy Pumpkin Truffles are the perfect holiday treat. They are easy to make with just 5 whole food ingredients and no baking needed.
These pumpkin truffles are a great bite-sized snack. Plus, the recipe is vegan, refined sugar-free, naturally gluten-free, and contains no oil.
- Dietary features – vegan, whole food, gluten-free, nut-free, grain-free, no oil, refined sugar-free
- No baking required
- Quick and easy to make with 5 simple ingredients
- Naturally sweetened with fruit
- perfect healthy sweet treat
- Allergy-friendly and budget-friendly
- Small batch recipe – easily doubled or tripled
If you love no-bake treats, you can try these Easy Carrot Cake Balls, 3-ingredient Cranberry Snack Bites, Coconut Delight Balls, Holiday Strawberry Bites, or Peanut Butter Twix Bars.
Simple Whole Food Ingredients
In this recipe steamed pumpkin, coconut flour, dates and cinnamon are blended in a delicious, fluffy dough. Then are rolled into balls and covered with raw cacao powder to create a healthy no-bake treat. Here are the 5 simple ingredients you need:
- pumpkin – I had some leftover steamed pumpkin that I simply mashed. You can also use steamed squash or plain, unsweetened canned pumpkin puree.
- coconut flour – it is needed to thicken the pumpkin mixture, improve the texture, and add fluffiness to the truffles
- dates – use regular dates. They sweeten the pumpkin truffles naturally and are rich in fiber and minerals.
- cinnamon – pairs perfectly with the pumpkin flavor
- cacao powder – I used raw cacao powder as it is rich in antioxidants and many minerals. It adds a perfect chocolate hint to the truffles and is a whole food ingredient. If you don’t have it, you can use cocoa powder instead.
For the full ingredients list, measurements, and instructions, please find the recipe card below.
Healthy Pumpkin Truffles
These easy pumpkin truffles have a soft and subtle texture with a mild pumpkin flavor and a hint of cinnamon. Not to mention how appetizing they are with that vibrant orange color.
They are naturally sweetened with dates and covered in nutritious raw cacao powder. Dates are abundant in fiber and minerals that keep your blood sugar level balanced.
These easy pumpkin truffles are filling and highly nutritious. Pumpkin has an impressive nutrient profile. While low in calories, it is a great source of beta-carotene that your body converts into vitamin A. It’s also rich in antioxidants that fight oxidative stress in your body and inflammation.
These pumpkin truffles contain no refined sugar and no oil, they are low in calories and a much healthier choice for a sweet treat. Especially if you are on a weight loss journey or want to improve your health.
These Easy Pumpkin Truffles are
- vegan (no eggs & no dairy)
- whole food
- refined sugar-free
- naturally sweetened
- a healthy holiday treat
- quick and easy to make
- with 5 simple ingredients
- ready in a few minutes
- soft, flavorful and cinamonney
How to Store
You can keep these pumpkin truffles out of the fridge for a few hours or even a day.
Fridge: You can also store them in a sealed container in the fridge for up to one week.
Freezer: Store in a sealed container or freezer bag for up to 3 months.
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If you try these Easy Pumpkin Truffles, please let me know! Leave a comment and ★★★★★ recipe rating below. I would love to see your remakes and hear what you think.
Easy Pumpkin Truffles | 5 ingredients
These healthy Pumpkin Truffles are the perfect holiday treat. No baking needed and they are easy to make with just 5 wholesome ingredients.
- ½ cup (120 g) steamed pumpkin, mashed or pumpkin puree
- ⅓ cup (35 g) coconut flour
- 5 regular dates, pitted (55 g)
- ¼ tsp cinnamon
- 1 tbsp raw cacao powder
- Put all ingredients for the pumpkin truffles in a food processor. Blend for a minute until everything is well mixed.
- Take about one teaspoon of the mixture and roll it into a ball (the recipe makes about 12 truffles).
- Roll each ball into raw cacao powder. Enjoy!
- The recipe makes about 12 truffles. If you want a bigger batch just adjust the amount of the ingredients.