3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles

If you’re what you eat, then I’m happy I’m going to be a white chocolate greek yogurt truffle.

3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles: much healthier than most versions, and still creamy and fudgy!

Creamy on the inside, crunchy on the outside. Sweet, fudgy and superdupermega delicious, yet health-ish and protein packed.

Why would anyone choose being a head of lettuce when they can be truffles, I don’t know.

3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles: much healthier than most versions, and still creamy and fudgy!

((Take no offence, heads of lettuce from all over the world, you still have a place in my heart. I’ll see you tonight. Time: 10 pm. Place: my dinner plate. Please, don’t tell the truffles… I don’t want them to know about our affair… yet))

3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles: much healthier than most versions, and still creamy and fudgy!

Whatever. These truffles. They’re good, REAL good. Not only because they’re heaven in your mouth (chocolate overload? I’d say yes!), but also because they just require 3 simple ingredients and they’re super easy to make AND lighter than the average heavy-cream version.

3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles: much healthier than most versions, and still creamy and fudgy!

((Heavy-cream based truffles from all over the world: take no offence either. And please, come visit me after the head of lettuce has left. 11 pm-ish, I’d say. Thanks))

3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles: much healthier than most versions, and still creamy and fudgy!

What’s the secret to lighter balls of creamy perfection, you say. I ain’t no witch (sadly), so I had to rely on both creamy greek yogurt and sugar-free chocolate to make magic happen.

3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles: much healthier than most versions, and still creamy and fudgy!

SUGAR FREE CHOCOLATE? *I see you want to close the tab but DON’T* Yeah, most versions out there taste like something which starts with “P” and ends with “OO”. It also rhymes with “moo”, in case you haven’t figured out yet. They’re full of nasty artificial ingredients that you cannot pronounce and they’re just plain gross.

Clearly, sugar free chocolate and me ain’t no friends.

3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles: much healthier than most versions, and still creamy and fudgy!

((Sugar free chocolates from all over the world: DO take offence, and don’t you ever think of visiting me. I’m calling the cops if you do. UNLESS you’re TORRAS CHOCOLATE, then I want you to come. I’ll be here waiting for ya once the truffles are gone. 12 pm-ish, I’d say))

3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles: much healthier than most versions, and still creamy and fudgy!

Seriously, these Torras chocolates have changed the way I think about sugar free chocolate! They’re make from real ingredients (they have a stevia-based line which is the bomb!), they taste even better than they’re sugary counterparts and they aren’t pricey. Big win win here!

3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles: much healthier than most versions, and still creamy and fudgy!

To make these truffles, I used both the white chocolate and dark chocolate fondant versions, which melt like wonders and taste like heaven. I used their cocoa powder for the dark version as well, and it works perfect too – it’s so rich and chocolaty!

3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles: much healthier than most versions, and still creamy and fudgy!

Now, let’s move onto my favorite part: their special baking sprinkles! 


They come in three flavors: dark chocolate-berry, dark chocolate-orange and white chocolate-strawberry, and they make all baking goods taste a bazillion times better!

3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles: much healthier than most versions, and still creamy and fudgy!

(For the record, they’re awesome eaten by the spoon too. Not that I have tried)

Of course, I have to use them to roll the truffles. Not only do they add awesome flavor, but also pretty points! And you know I’m a sucker for pretty food, don’t you?

3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles: much healthier than most versions, and still creamy and fudgy!

If you also want to make your food taste and look fab while keeping it on the healthy side, don’t forget to visit Chocolates Torras and buy everything in sight. They are a Spanish brand BUT they ship worldwide. What are you waiting for? Let the chocolate party begin!

3 Ingredient Greek Yogurt Truffles
Yields 24
A lightened up version of your favorite treat - super creamy, fudgy and chocolaty!
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For the white chocolate ones
  1. 4 oz. white chocolate
  2. 1/3 cup greek yogurt
  3. 1 tbsp. coconut flakes (optional, makes for thicker truffles)
For the dark chocolate ones
  1. 4 oz. dark chocolate
  2. 1/3 cup greek yogurt
  3. 1 + 1/2 tbsp. cocoa powder
  4. stevia drops (optional)
  1. sprinkles, coconut flakes, chocolate morsels....
  1. Melt chocolate on low heat, stirring often so it doesn't burn.
  2. Stir in yogurt.
  3. Stir in either cocoa powder or coconut flakes, depending on which version you're making.
  4. Whisk until smooth.
  5. Let mixture chill for 1 hour (if you're making dark truffles) or 3 hours (if you're making white truffles)
  6. When mixture has chilled, roll into balls and cover in desired extras.
  1. There's a link for the sugar free brand of chocolate, cocoa powder and sprinkles I used - check it out!
Adapted from Dessert for Two
Adapted from Dessert for Two
earthly taste

Sooooooo, guys: I’m going on holiday on Monday. Dublin supermarkets – here I come! 

Fear not – I’ve got lots of yummy posts coming your way, but I just wanted to say that you might now see me around so often for the bext two weeks. Yeah, I’ll still read your blogs, pin stuff, be active on insta BUT there’s so much froyo to eat, so many Topshop shoes to buy and so many Irish boys with a beard that I need to stalk contemplate soooo as I said, I’ll be a bit less active than usual. My apologies for that! :( Hope you guys have fun too!



  • Reply Stephanie | Bitter Melon Juice?! August 1, 2014 at 1:35 am

    OMG! These look incredible and they seem really healthy too! I can’t wait to try these :)

  • Reply Cookitgirl August 1, 2014 at 2:17 am

    Anything that is health-ish i need in my life! These little balls of happiness look delicious!

  • Reply shashi @ August 1, 2014 at 4:16 am

    I so love that these don’t have any cream cheese or heavy cream – amazing little treat Consuelo! Definitely supermega delicious!

  • Reply Tiff | August 1, 2014 at 5:13 am

    Yumm this looks delicious! I’d love to be a chocolate greek yogurt truffle too. I’ll have to refer to this when the holidays come around. Just imagine what great presents these would make!! :) Thanks for the delightful recipe!

  • Reply Denise | Sweet Peas & Saffron August 1, 2014 at 6:03 am

    Aw, they’re gorgeous! I could pop a few…dozen…in my mouth. And I guess I wouldn’t need to feel guilty since they are so full of Greek yogurt 😉 Love these, Consuelo!

  • Reply Ashley August 1, 2014 at 2:46 pm

    I love that you used greek yogurt for these!!! I’ll take a few for breakfast right now please!! haha have a great weekend and trip!

  • Reply Melanie @ Carmel Moments August 1, 2014 at 3:07 pm

    So simple yet they look so good. What’s not to love?!? PInning.
    Have an awesome weekend!

  • Reply thecupcakeconfession August 1, 2014 at 3:08 pm

    Greek Yogurt truffles????? *_* I don’t think anyone would want to take offence with these beauties!!!! I mean, they look SO CUTE!!!! I have NEVER heard of sugar free chocolate!!!! The only chocolate we get here is the plain milk one and every other kind is super expensive! But I see that Torras ships worldwide, guess it’s time to put my debit card to use! 😀 😉

  • Reply Alyssa @ My Sequined Life August 1, 2014 at 3:28 pm

    Truffles without the heavy cream (that look this good) – love it! So good I think I’d be in danger of eating the whole batch. Buuut that’s a risk I’m willing to take for these babies. :) Have such a great time in Ireland!!

  • Reply Tina @ Tina's Chic Corner August 1, 2014 at 4:42 pm

    I’m all about pretty food too and these definitely fit the bill! Have a lovely weekend!! :)

  • Reply alexvegginout August 1, 2014 at 5:40 pm

    If there’s chocolate involved, that’s all the convincing that I need! :) But truly, adding greek yogurt to make them creamy is genius. I’ve seen truffles that use blended cashews for the “cream,” but these look so much easier! I hope you have a great holiday! Also be sure to eat a couple extra truffles for me. 😉 Or send me a box of them… that would be even better! 😀

  • Reply shelley @ Bacon Egg and Cheese{cake} August 1, 2014 at 5:47 pm

    Wait!!! Truffles with greek yogurt???? So sold on this 😀

  • Reply foodrecipeshq August 1, 2014 at 6:21 pm

    Nobody can say no to truffles! I can definitely indulge into these truffles since the recipe calls for Greek yogurt, something almost as appealing as chocolate to me!

  • Reply marcie@flavorthemoments August 1, 2014 at 6:24 pm

    You’re always making magic with ingredients, Consuelo, and these truffles are no exception! I would never have thought to add Greek yogurt to a truffle, and I think this is a brilliant idea. These look divine!

  • Reply theprettybee August 1, 2014 at 8:07 pm

    These are so pretty! So delicious!

  • Reply Michelle August 1, 2014 at 9:08 pm

    Oh my these look so good! Can not wait to try them!

  • Reply Jo @ The Contented Baker August 1, 2014 at 11:18 pm

    Ohh! Lovely, lovely, lovely :-)

  • Reply Kelly August 2, 2014 at 6:02 am

    I love truffles but truffles with greek yogurt and no heavy cream is such a great idea! They look so so good! Hope you have an amazing time on your trip :)

  • Reply Kristi August 2, 2014 at 1:32 pm

    You make me laugh Consuelo – every single time! I think I’d choose being a truffle over lettuce too! Hahaha!

  • Reply sophie August 3, 2014 at 12:56 am

    does each version (white and dark) make 24 truffles or is the total for all of it 24?

    • Reply Consuelo August 3, 2014 at 4:03 pm

      24 total! :)

  • Reply Joanne August 3, 2014 at 1:35 pm

    So true, if I could be a greek yogurt trufffle, I would. Maybe if I eat enough of them, I’ll turn into one? I like that gameplan.

  • Reply Johlene August 3, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    I couldn´t wait to scroll down to the see the recipe :-) These looks amazingly tasty! Happy Sunday :-) xoxo

  • Reply Francesca @ Love.Bake.Read August 3, 2014 at 9:53 pm

    Easy and incredibly rich! Yum! My kind of treat!

  • Reply Shelley @ Two Healthy Kitchens August 4, 2014 at 2:34 pm

    Wow! These are game-changers in more ways than one! So incredibly simple but so gorgeous … and HEALTHY! I want to make a date and have a torrid love affair with them, too! 😀 Thanks so much for providing the link to Torras chocolates – haven’t seen them here in the US (although maybe they just haven’t made it to Ohio – lol! 😀 ) Pinning!

  • Reply Elizabeth August 11, 2014 at 7:20 am

    Hey, when you’re done with these truffles, send them over to my place! I could give them a happy home for sure!

  • Reply Christine @ Cooking with Cakes August 18, 2014 at 7:39 pm

    Missing your blog Consuelo so I’m creepin’ in older posts – these look marvelous!!! please come back with pancakes soon :)

  • Reply Sofía August 27, 2014 at 2:15 am

    This is great! I love yogurt, I love chocolate! It’s perfect.

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  • Reply sop August 27, 2015 at 12:33 pm

    Hi, I made the dark chocolate ones and they taste really good, but they still haven’t set. They end up being a goey blob. Do you know what i did wrong, will they get significantly harder even tough they have been two hours in the fridge already?

    • Reply Consuelo September 2, 2015 at 11:17 am

      Hi there! All my batches have always set with no problem so I’m not 100% sure what could have gone wrong :( Which cacao percentage was your chocolate? x

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    Will the consistency be the same if I melt the chocolate in a bowl over boiling water? I’ve never had luck heating right on the burner without burning… :)

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      Hi Tina! I haven’t tried that but there’s no reason why it wouldn’t work! xxx

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    Hello, I tried a batch of each and the dark chocolate worked well but the white chocolate did not set. I have put them in the freezer for now – any idea what I might have done wrong?

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