- 6 ounces dark chocolate (I used 67% chocolate chips)
- 1/3 cup avocado (mashed, about 1 small avocado)
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 pinch salt
- 2 tablespoons cocoa powder (for rolling, optional)
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|Calories90Calories from Fat45|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
breanna 14 Sep
so rich and creamy! can't taste the avocado at all .
dianne t. 12 Jul
Melt in your mouth perfection! I added a 1/4c chopped toasted pecans. Also I chilled for longer than 20 mins to make them easier to handle--but check often, because when the mixture starts hardening, it goes fast. No taste of avocado whatsoever.
Autumn 8 Jul
It was very good I would definitely make again
michel h. 25 Jun
Rich and velvety. A keeper.
michelle head 27 May
Fantastic! I did add a little stevia to it and rolled them in a combination of cocoa powder and almond flour. I will be making a double batch next time
Tasha Martin 7 Apr
delicious little treat!
Christopher Pitts 6 Apr
Very simple and really tasty
George Alexandru 4 Apr
avocado wasn't ripped but it turned out tasty anyway
Cheryl W. 20 Dec 2017
Great loved them ! I rolled some in coconut and some in ground almonds
Vargas 17 Dec 2017
The recipe worked ok but i think I did it wrong because i mixed the avocado while the chocolate was still melting and caused the oil in the avocado to be excessive... I had to pat some of it off but once I made the balls i patted it with the cocoa it was less.. although I think next time I will not because it gave it a bitter taste while the mic was perfect in taste.,..
Kyle 7 Jan 2017
They turned out really well and it was surprising how the avocado flavor was hardly noticeable. Definitely make.
Peggy 17 Nov 2016
Wow - so rich and good! I used Enjoy Life dark chocolate chips (69% cacao). After I mixed in the avocado, I tasted the mixture and wanted a little sweetness so I added a teaspoon of honey. I chilled the mixture for about 45 minutes before forming the balls. I checked on it earlier, but it wasn't that firm yet. I skipped the cocoa powder. The balls weren't as firm as I wanted so I stuck them in the freezer for 5 minutes and then they were perfect.
Abby Kneebone 7 Nov 2016
It turned out okay. It took 20 minutes longer to firm and the unsweetened cocoa powder made it very bitter.
Lexi S. 31 Jul 2016
So good! I added about 1/4 cup of some Sugar In The Raw to sweeten up the dark chocolate some. it turned out perfect!! I also rolled them in oats at the end.
Nikki E. 26 Jun 2016
Deliciously decadent!!! You would never know there was avocado in the recipe, will definitely be making again