Let's make coffee and chocolate truffles!

This time the Viaggio Espresso coffee joins this superfood to give us the best coffee and chocolate truffles , this is a winning mix in any dessert recipe, both flavors delight us with their notes that merge into one to give us that delicious flavor that enchants anyone.

There are few ingredients and it does not take much time to prepare. The difficult thing is not to eat everything before finishing preparing it! Take note and treat yourself to this addictive dessert.

Chocolate and coffee truffles Photo: Chocolate and coffee truffles


- 60 ml of coffee (1 or 2 capsules). We recommend our intense flavors: Ristretto , Intenso and Fortissimo . The notes and intensity of the coffee provide an exquisite contrast.
- 250 g cocoa powder
- 250 g of dulce de leche. Yes, this Argentine classic adds a touch of sumptuousness and a special flavor.
- 250 g of instant oats.
- 2 tablespoons of coconut oil. You can replace it with butter or margarine without problem.
-Grated coconut (optional)
Now that you have the mise en place ready, it's time to prepare these delicious truffles.


-In a bowl place two tablespoons of coconut oil or melted butter, whichever you prefer. Right there add the dulce de leche, cocoa and coffee.

-Mix everything until you get a homogeneous paste. Now is the time to incorporate the instant oats. Try not to eat any of the spoonfuls!

- Take the preparation to the fridge for 30 minutes.

-After this time, the preparation will have taken shape and you will be able to shape your truffles by hand or with a spoon, as you prefer.

-Once the truffles are made you can pass them through grated coconut or bitter cocoa.

Ready! Now yes, prepare a good coffee from any of our coffee collection and enjoy!


Did you know that there is a day to celebrate chocolate? But why is chocolate day celebrated? Here we tell you the story.

International Chocolate Day is celebrated on September 13 for two events that marked the history of this product in the world: on that day in 1916, the British writer Roald Dahl was born, author of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", a classic that Tim Burton brought to our times. Four decades later, also on September 13, Milton Hershey came into the world, who years later
He later became the founder of The Hershey Chocolate Company, one of the largest chocolate companies in the world.

The reason does not matter, the important thing is that chocolate has its day and we can celebrate it and mix it with different flavors such as coffee to generate unique sensations on our palates.

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