These healthy homemade Ferrero Rocher pralines are an easy, fun and delicious treat to make for the Christmas holidays, Valentines, Easter or for any special occasion.
They are a huge hit with my clients. It’s also a hit with my boyfriend as this is his all-time favourite sweet thing to eat. Yes, I’m a fan of these too.
If so, you gotta make this healthier version than the commercialized Ferrero Rocher. The recipe is incredibly blow-your-mind easy and only takes 10 minutes.
I have made some personal modifications to these healthy homemade Ferrero Rocher pralines. For example, I have used maple syrup in place of agave syrup. My boyfriend does not like dark chocolate so I have used semisweet chocolate chips. In place of sea salt, I sometimes use pink Himalayan salt.
One thing I would like to try is a white chocolate version of these pralines. I am a huge white chocolate fan. I’m curious to explore this recipe some more and come up with other ideas because it’s so simple and quick to make. If I could formulate a few other versions, I think this would be a regular dessert in our home.
I’m an avid cyclist. I have got to make a version to take on my rides. Wouldn’t that be wicked? Everyone will want my snacks. Ha!
If you have some ideas or suggestions on how to change this recipe up, I would love to hear about them. Share them in the comments section below.
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Healthy Ferrero Rocher
- Food precessor
- 1 cup 135g + 12 hazelnuts
- 2 tbsp cocoa powder
- 2 tbsp agave syrup
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- pinch of sea salt
- 2 tbsp dark chocolate chunks
- Add 1 cup of hazelnuts into a food processor and blitz until chopped into tiny pieces.
- Next, add the cacao powder, agave syrup, vanilla extract, sea salt and chocolate. Pulse until all the ingredients start to stick together. If the mixture is too dry, add 1-2 teaspoon of water.
- Roll the mixture into bite-size balls and insert one hazelnut into the centre of each ball.
- Serve straight away or store in the fridge for later.
- 91 kcals
- 8g fats
- 6g carbs
- 2g protein
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