You will love sugar free chocolate truffles if you are trying to cut back on the sugar and carbohydrates.
These low carb chocolate treats are a bite sized delight that will satisfy that craving that threatens to drive you out of your mind. :)
Maybe you're not the candy making type. Don't despair. I know of a few good places where you can satisfy your chocolate truffles urge and still keep it sugar free.
There are a few places where you can get sugarfree truffles. Fannie May Candies is one of the old favorites and there are others listed below for you to consider.
You can even buy truffles in bulk at some candy stores for special events like weddings, showers, and other special occasions.
Of course, those adventurous enough might enjoy making their own truffles. Here's a recipe for you to try!
Okay, now for all of you who want to get your hands gooey...
This recipe for sugar free ganache is quite simple and can be adjusted to your own tastes by altering the amount and types of artificial sweeteners that you use.
Alternatively: This recipe can also be used as the base for a sauce by simply adding cream until it is the consistency you want.
A Note About Erythritol: Erythritol is the sugar alcohol that has the least affect on your blood sugar levels. This is the one most recommended for use in making low carb chocolate.
Erythritol is easiest to use in its powdered form. If you can't get it that way, you can run the granulated form through the blender to grind it into a powder.
Another 'Sweet' Alternative: Stevia is becoming more and more recognized as a healthy alternative to sugar and other sweeteners. If you want to give Stevia a try, here are a couple of choices.