Rum Raisin Truffles

Rum And Raisin Truffles

I came up with this recipe while staying at the parents’ house after rifling through their cupboards and finding some dark rum.

Before anyone freaks out, it’s only a dash of rum for flavour, nothing too crazy. I’m not a big drinker so I rarely have alcohol on hand, but after finding the rum and also having some raisins available, I couldn’t resist making some rum raisin truffles.

If you don’t have any rum, you can use rum extract or even pure vanilla extract for something a little different. The truffles will still be delicious. I used Bare Blends Raw Cacao WPI for a protein hit, but the Vanilla Bean WPI or the Bare WPI would also work.

I love how raisins have a slightly tart and tangy flavour, which I think blends so well with chocolate. So the truffles have a good hit of chocolatey raw cacao as well.

Gluten free

Rum Raisin Truffles


15 truffles

Active Time:

10 minutes

Total Time:

30 minutes


  • 1 cup rolled oats *
  • 1/2 cup Bare Blends Raw Cacao WPI
  • 1/2 cup Bare Blends Organic Raw Peruvian Cacao
  • 1 cup raisins
  • 1/4 cup extra virgin coconut oil
  • 1 x 20ml tablespoon dark rum (or 2 teaspoons rum extract or pure vanilla extract)
  • 40g dark chocolate, melted


  1. Process the rolled oats, protein powder and cacao powder in a food processor until combined. Add the raisins, coconut oil and rum or rum extract and process until you get a dough.
  2. Line a tray with baking paper. Roll the mixture into balls and place onto the tray.
  3. Drizzle each ball with the melted chocolate and leave in the fridge to set. Store in the fridge or freezer.

* Oats naturally don't contain gluten, but as they are often processed on the same equipment as wheat, they can have traces of gluten. If you're strictly gluten-free, you can buy gluten-free oats.

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Lilian Dikmans

Hi, I'm Lilian. Lilian Dikmans if you like full names. I'm a lawyer from Melbourne, Australia who recently stepped out of the corporate world to pursue my love for food, health and fitness. I'm all about simple, nourishing meals and healthy treats. I eat well because I like to feel good. I'm addicted to Muay Thai and I love yoga, mountains and good coffee. I started my blog to share my recipes and efforts to live a healthy life- Real Food Healthy Body

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