Coconut Truffles

Sweet Coconut Truffles are perfect for Easter, or any time of year! You’re only a couple ingredients away from one of these awesome treats!


Coconut Cream Truffles are the perfect treat for any Spring Holiday!

Who here presses their fingers into a box of chocolates to see what’s in the center? Raise your hand!

It’s not often that I get a box of chocolates, but when I do, it’s the first thing I do. Press my finger into the bottom to see what’s in the center. I could take a bite out of it, but the fear of biting into the unknown keeps me from going that route. It’s not that I don’t like what’s in the center of the candies, I just like to know in advance what I’m biting into.

If it’s coconut, I want to know. If it’s caramel, sign me up, but I want to know ahead of time! Chocolate covered cherry truffle? Yum, but please, no surprises.

Today, I’ve got a delicious Coconut Cream Truffle, just for you. Just in time for Easter. No surprises here. Just delicious toasted coconut with a chocolate coating. Add some sprinkles for festive color. Or top it with extra toasted coconut so people know JUST what to expect on the inside.

Oh, and Mother’s Day is coming soon. These would be perfect wrapped up in a beautiful box tied with ribbon for mom.

Need a teacher gift? Got ya covered. Wrap up an assortment of truffles…in addition to these coconut truffles you can add some Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Truffles, Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough Truffles, and Dark Chocolate Coconut Truffles.

I shared these Coconut Truffles over at Food Fanatic today, go check it out!

Coconut Cream Truffles are the perfect treat for any Spring Holiday!

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Posted on April 17, 2014

Comments & Reviews

  1. I LOVE coconut-in fact I put a splash of Torani’s (sugarless) coconut flavoring in my nightly cocoa.  Can’t wait to try these out?

  2. Hehe, I always poke the center of chocolates too – it drives my hubs bonkers. Love these delectable truffles – l can’t get enough coconut lately and would definitely not be able to stop eating just one of these. Pinning – they sound incredible!

  3. These truffles look divine, Aimee! I’m all about the coconut now that Spring is here (hopefully to stay!). 😀

  4. Um….I’M OBSESSED with the fact that you used marshmallow fluffy and coconut for the truffles….sooooo yummy!!!

    and I’m terrified of unknown candies too 😛

    1. haha, thanks girl!! Marshmallow fluff could be eaten by itself. Add in toasted coconut, and OMG delicious.

  5. I always check the bottom of chocolates to see what is inside of them! 🙂 My family would go crazy for these. Happy Easter!

  6. I actually just bought a random jar of marshmallow fluff, even thought I have never even tried it…It was just calling ma nammmmee! So, these need to happen in my life. Chocolate and coconut? YES! Pinned

  7. I guess I’m just an “in the moment” kind of gal. Since I’ve never met a chocolate I didn’t like I would never dream of ruining the surprise of biting into a chocolate to see what’s inside by poking my finger in the bottom. No. Never.

  8. I always want to know what’s in the center of a chocolate before I consume those calories…it’s got to be worth it! These truffles look so delicious as I’m a huge coconut fan, and I love that you mixed it with marshmallow fluff. Ingenious!

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