Vegan Chocolate Truffles

In the center is a box of square chocolates, surrounded by drawings of saucepans with bowls of melting chocolate on top, chocolate chips, round truffles, a chocolate bar, a square chocolate topped with a garnish, and a square chocolate in a paper wrapper.
Illustration of chocolates and chocolate making supplies by Desmond Boynton.

During quarantine, it is really easy to feel like every day is the same. One of the best ways to cope with boredom for me has always (and especially now) been spending time in the kitchen. These delicious vegan chocolate truffles are perfect as gifts to brighten up boring days for other people or to treat yourself. They work really well for storing (1-2 months in the freezer or a week in the fridge). They are rich, sweet, and chocolaty, and it is easy to experiment and invent lots of new flavors.

Portrait of Cora and Desmond

Cora (she/her) and Desmond (he/him) Boynton

Cora Boynton, age 13, loves making vegan baked goods, truffles, and caramels. Her brother Desmond, age 11, helps come up with designs and garnishes for her creations. Someday, they hope to open a vegan chocolate shop together. You can follow Cora’s blog at yummyveganbakes.com.