Sexy Mushroom Truffles

sexy chocolate truffle recipe with medicinal mushrooms

If you are new to this creepy and fascinating parastic fungus. Before we go any further, let’s be clear that we are not referring to the wild Cordyceps Sinensis that consumes a caterpillar! We are talking about Cordyceps Militaris, which is most famously known as the prized adaptogen that boosts endurance and ATP production in the body. It’s a potent fungus that stimulates the immune system and helps the body adapt to stressful conditions. It pairs beautifully into all kinds of broths and cacao-rich desserts like this recipe below!!


– ½ cup full-fat coconut milk BPA free

– 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon maca powder (gelatinized)

– 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon Real Mushrooms Cordyceps-M extract

– ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper

– 12 ounces bittersweet or semisweet chocolate

– 1 tablespoon maple syrup (optional)

– sea salt

– ¼ cup raw cacao powder or dark cocoa powder

– ¼ cup hemp hearts

Heat the coconut milk until it’s simmering. Remove from heat, and whisk in the maca, cordyceps and cayenne, plus a pinch of salt. Stir in the chocolate and maple syrup, and add a pinch of salt. Once the chocolate has melted, refrigerate for 1 hour, until slightly firm.

Place the dark cocoa powder, hemp hearts and a pinch of salt in a shallow dish with a tight-fitting lid. Stir to combine.

Scoop one tablespoon of the ganache into truffles (I used a small cookie scoop), dropping each one into the cocoa mixture. Working a few at a time, shake gently to coat the truffles. Repeat with the remaining ganache. Refrigerate for up to four days.

Stepfanie Romine

Stepfanie Romine

Stepfanie Romine is an author, health coach and yoga teacher. She follows a plant-based diet (with plenty of medicinal mushrooms), and she specializes in natural health and wellness. Stepfanie also worked as copywriter and recipe developer for an herbal supplements manufacturer. She has co-authored three books, including “The No Meat Athlete Cookbook.”