This is The perfect blend of chocolate and ginger all in a bite-sized energy ball. It’s a total bliss during the holiday season. These No Bake Gingerbread Chocolate Truffles make the perfect dessert or healthy snack. They are Paleo, Vegan, and Low Carb. 
A batch of vegan chocolate truffles that is gingerbread flavored, topped with gingersnap cookies. One of the chocolate truffle is cut in half and the texture is gooey and smooth.

Smooth, chewy, and gooey, these vegan gingerbread chocolate truffles taste heavenly.

If you know me, you also know how much I love Gingerbread everything lately, like my Gingerbread Cookies and Gingerbread Cake.

The spicy taste and earthy flavor of the ginger make every dessert feel warm and homey.

This time, I made vegan gingerbread chocolate truffles.

These are not just your regular fancy truffles. They have a perfect combination of ginger and chocolate, making the truffles the best of both worlds.

They are easy to make because they don’t need any baking. They’re the perfect raw treats.

A cozy mug full of gingerbread truffles covered with dark chocolate and topped with gingersnap crumbles. There is Christmas lights in the background.

Are Gingerbread chocolate Truffles healthy?

When I hear the word chocolate truffles, a fancy chocolate-covered bite-sized ball comes to mind.

Though there are many kinds of truffles, they are commonly regarded as chocolate ganache-covered balls rolled into cocoa or sugar.

These Chocolate Energy bites are truffle-like balls that are healthy and have wholesome ingredients like raw cashews, coconut, dates, etc.

These gingerbread energy bites have a smooth truffle-like texture and fudgy chocolate taste and are perfect to be enjoyed as a guilt-free dessert.

That’s why I always have a batch of no-bake energy bites in the freezer as pre-work snack or afternoon pick-me-up, like these No-bake Pumpkin spice Energy Balls and Pumpkin Spice Vegan Chocolate Truffle.


Ingredients you need to make these Gingerbread chocolate Truffles

Unlike the traditional chocolate truffles, this healthy version is free from heavy cream and sugar.

Raw Cashews

Cashew nuts make amazing vegan desserts.

Instead of heavy cream, this recipe uses cashew nuts that not only give a smooth and amazing creamy texture but also a nice nutty texture to it.

If you want a dairy-free and low-calorie frosting, then make this Vegan Cashew Cream Cheese Frosting.

Black Strap Molasses

These truffles have healthy unrefined blackstrap molasses instead of sugar so that you can enjoy them guilt-free.

Blackstrap molasses is not just a vegan alternative for regular sugar.

Coconut Flour

Medjool Dates

My favorite wholefood sweetener when it comes to no-bake dessert. 

Gingerbread Spices 

Cinnamon, ground ginger, allspice

How to Make No Bake Gingerbread Chocolate Balls

How to spice up Gingerbread Chocolate Truffles

You can certainly roll these Gingerbread Truffle Balls in powdered sugar.

After all, it is Christmas time!

However, if you want to keep it paleo or keto compliant, here is a solution you can use as an alternative.

  • Cacao Powder
  • Coconut Flour
  • Dark Chocolate
  • Gingersnap Cookies

It has a powdered sugar snowy look, but it adds a coconut-y flavor rather than sweet. Even better? It is paleo and keto-friendly as well.

  • Keto-Friendly Monk Fruit Sweetener
A batch of vegan chocolate truffles that is gingerbread flavored, topped with gingersnap cookies. One of the chocolate truffle is cut in half and the texture is gooey and smooth.

You can also try this homemade healthy powdered sugar recipe from talented Laura – Joy Food Sunshine for these vegan gingerbread chocolate truffles.

I would love to see how the gingerbread chocolate truffles turn out for. You are sure going to love them. If you have some interesting tips to share to make these truffles more fun, do share them with me.

Lastly, I can’t wait for you to try it! You can use “tried it” on Pinterest or share it on Instagram by tagging #shuangyseats.

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A batch of vegan chocolate truffles that is gingerbread flavored, topped with gingersnap cookies. One of the chocolate truffle is cut in half and the texture is gooey and smooth.

Get the recipe:Gingerbread Chocolate Truffles (Paleo, Vegan)

These Vegan, Paleo, and Low Carb Gingerbread Chocolate truffles are so easy to make. No baking required. They are perfect for a healthy holiday dessert.
4.50 stars (6 reviews)


  • 2 cups raw cashews, soaked
  • 1/4 cup blackstrap molasses
  • 8 – 10 Medjool dates *
  • 1/4 cup protein powder , I use vegan pea protein
  • 1/3 cup cacao powder
  • A pinch of sea salt

Gingerbread Spices

  • 1 tsp ground ginger
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp allspice

Chocolate Shell

  • 1 cup dark chocolate chips, I love Hu kitchen Paleo chocolate chips
  • 2-3 tbsp coconut oil


  • Soak raw cashews overnight with a pinch of salt (or soak in hot water for 2 hours). Drain and rinse.
  • In a food processor, pulse together raw cashews, dates (pits removed) and molasses, coacao powder, protein powder, sea salt and gingerbread spices. Blend until gooey and smooth.
  • Chill in the fridge for an hour or freezer for 20 minutes (makes it easier for rolling)
  • In a small bowl, Melt chocolate and coconut oil together. (the coconut oil helps reducing chocolate cracking.
  • Scoop dough into desired sized gingerbread protein balls. Use a toothpick to dip them in the melted chocolate. Then place on a parchement lined pan. Sprinkle crushed gingersnap cookies (optional) on top, to cover the hole from the toothpick.
  • Repeat for all the ginegrbread protein balls.
  • Freeze for an hour and enjoy!


  1. *For Keto Option, you can replace the dates with 3-4 tbsp keto friendly liquid sweetener.
  1. ** Melting nut butter with chocolate will help reduce cracking once the chocolate conslidate.
  2. *** You can also roll in Keto-friendly sweeteners like monk fruit powder for a low carb option.
Serving: 1g, Calories: 146kcal, Carbohydrates: 13g, Protein: 5g, Fat: 8g, Saturated Fat: 2g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 5g, Sodium: 6mg, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 7g

The Nutrition Facts above are specific to the ingredients I chose to use for this recipe, which may vary.