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Tahini Hemp Truffles

Tahini Chocolate Truffles with Hemp Seeds

Tahini, a versatile sesame paste, is a must-have for every foodie.

I find it particularly fascinating to use tahini in sweet creations.

As a special highlight, I’d like to feature my Tahini Hemp Truffles: a mix of erythritol, hemp seeds, and tahini, shaped into energy balls and dipped in chocolate.

These truffles are more than just a treat; they are little power packs, perfect as a snack or for a sweet craving in between.

Whether you already love tahini or are discovering it for the first time, these truffles offer a unique taste experience and showcase the versatility of tahini in sweet cuisine.

Have you ever used tahini in sweet recipes?



  • 100 g erythritol

  • 120 g hemp seeds

  • 120 g tahini

  • 125 g dark chocolate

  • 1 tbsp vegetable oil

  • Optional: dried raspberries and rose petals for decoration

  • Serving: About 11 balls

  • Effort: Low - Medium Quick to make, though time should be allowed for freezing overnight.

  • Nutritional Value: Strong These truffles provide a healthy balance of proteins, thanks to the hemp seeds, healthy fats from the tahini, and low-carb sweetness from the erythritol, ideal for mindful snacking.

  • Michaela's Opinion: For me, this snack is a perfect alternative to traditional sweets.


1) Mix erythritol, hemp seeds, and tahini in a bowl until a homogeneous mass forms.

It is beneficial to knead the mixture thoroughly until the erythritol has almost completely dissolved.

2) Form small balls from the mixture, place them on a baking sheet with parchment paper, and freeze overnight.

3) Melt the dark chocolate with the vegetable oil over a double boiler the next day until smooth.

4) Dip the frozen balls individually into the chocolate so that they are completely covered. Let excess chocolate drip off and place the truffles back on the parchment paper.

5) If desired, sprinkle with dried raspberries and rose petals. Let the chocolate set and store in a sealed Tupperware container.

  • Michaela's Tip: The truffles can be stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks. However, if you store them in the freezer, they can remain fresh for up to 2 months or longer.


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