Liz Earle's skin boosting chocolate-free truffle recipe

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Tasty truffles that are good for your skin (and totally chocolate free!)

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Truffles don't exactly go hand in hand with healthy looking skin. But then these aren't any truffles. These are beauty expert Liz Earle's omega-packed truffles.

Liz explains, 'these choc-free truffles are the packed with omega-goodness from nuts and seeds as well as healthy oils to help make skin strong and clear. Best of all, they are very easy to make and taste delicious!'

Chocolate free truffles

Ingredients
50g each of dates, dried apricots and sunflower seeds
100g raisins
100g porridge oats
50g wheatgerm or oatmeal
20g linseeds
Juice and grated zest of 1 lemon
2 tablespoons cold-pressed rapeseed or sunflower oil

Method
Simply whizz all of the ingredients in a food processor until they form a firm dough ball.

Roll into individual truffle-sized balls and put into the fridge to 'set'.

Why not pop them in cellophane bags tied with ribbon or pretty tissue-lined boxes for the perfect present.

Keep cool and they'll stay fresh for several weeks.

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