Chocolate Strawberry Truffles

By: Cassy Joy Garcia
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These Chocolate Strawberry Truffles are so luscious and a great way to celebrate Valentines Day! Their creamy dark chocolate center is balanced by the tart strawberry powder on the outside. A perfect dessert for a night in or Galentines Day!

a green glass plate of Dark Chocolate Strawberry Truffles

It's one of my MOST FAVORITE times of the year: Valentines!!! I don't know what it is about these B-list holidays (that arguably aren't nearly as important as the A-lister Christmas, Easter, and Thanksgiving), but I just love them so much. Halloween and Valentines Day will always get me so excited!

As such, I always look forward to celebrating them BIG on the blog. Here's a list of the previous Valentines Day-centric recipes I've published before:

Whether you're planning a special night for your loved one or a big celebratory Galentines Day, I hope you get some good ideas from what we've got coming in the next week and what I've previously published!

a green glass plate of Dark Chocolate Strawberry Truffles

overhead view of a green glass plate of Dark Chocolate Strawberry Truffles

overhead view of a green glass plate of Dark Chocolate Strawberry Truffles

a green glass plate of Dark Chocolate Strawberry Truffles

TODAY, we're featuring these Chocolate Strawberry Truffles! The concept is simple: make a luscious truffle (they're so easy) and then roll them in freeze-dried strawberry powder. The finished truffles are chocolatey and with that perfect strawberry punch. I love them so much! For the strawberry powder, you have a couple options. You can either grab freeze-dried strawberries (like these) and blend them into a powder yourself (use a standard blender or bullet) OR you can snag it already powdered (like this).


Chocolate Strawberry Truffles

  • Author: Cassy
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: about 40 truffles 1x


  • 20 ounces dark chocolate (70% or higher), finely chopped
  • 6 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 1 can full-fat coconut milk, warmed
  • 1 teaspoon fine sea salt
  • 1 cup freeze-dried strawberry powder


  1. In a small pan, bring the coconut milk to a simmer, then remove from heat. Make sure the coconut milk is just barely at a simmer when you remove it from heat, if it is boiling it can burn and ruin the chocolate.
  2. Add the chocolate, butter, and salt to a medium-sized bowl, and pour over the warmed coconut milk. Whisk the mixture until smooth.
  3. Refrigerate the mixture for at least four hours to harden.
  4. Once hardened, use a tablespoon to scoop the mixture into a ball and roll in the strawberry powder.
  5. Serve immediately or store in the refrigerator.


  • If your chocolate seizes, you can microwave it on low power (or defrost setting) in 15 second intervals, stirring each time, until it comes back to temperature.

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  1. Emily Chase says:

    Any idea how I could make these with baking (unsweetened) chocolate sweetened with an unrefined sugar like coconut sugar or maple syrup? Looks delish!

  2. Katy says:

    These look amazing! Any recommendations for a sub for the butter? I don’t tolerate dairy very well. Maybe coconut oil?

  3. Lisa says:

    Do you melt the chocolate as well as the butter before adding to the coconut milk?
    And any idea how much freeze dried strawberries will give you 1 C powder?

  4. Whitney says:

    These are SO SO SO delicious, and incredibly easy to make!! I had some extra crushed walnuts from another recipe that I had just made, so I added those to the strawberry powder mixture and it was ah-mazing! 🙂

  5. Colleen says:

    So disappointed. Follow directions to a T and the chocolate seized. That’s a pricy mistake!

  6. Elizabeth Gooch says:

    Can you freeze them? We want to ship them for xmas presents?