I’d like to begin by saying that I LOVE DRUFFLES. Yep. That pretty much sums it up. Now for the details…
Druffles Treats are bite-sized paleo desserts made from 100% REAL ingredients! Since going paleo, my sweet tooth has become significantly less intense. But every once in awhile, I still get a serious hankering for something sweet and dessert-like. These are the perfect little balls of delight to satisfy that craving! The best part is, they’re totally healthy and contain no artificial sweeteners or iffy ingredients.
There are currently two flavors of Druffles Treats available: Chocolate (my favorite) and Pecan Pie (my husband’s favorite)!
I first met Druffles Treats founder Sarah Brittain at a Primal Pastures farm tour. Her excitement for health and wellness was completely evident right from the start. And after hearing all about Druffles, I was even more inspired by her passion for the paleo/primal lifestyle and everything that goes along with it.
Sarah began her “real food” journey after finding CrossFit. “I slowly started to cut grains from my diet in attempt to try to be paleo,” she said. “It was hard at first, but I slowly adapted my lifestyle making changes such as eating veggies and eggs for breakfast as opposed to cereal or oatmeal. What was amazing was that my stomach aches, which until this point I hadn’t realized were so constant, went away. That was the beginning of my primal/paleo life.”
It was Sarah’s passion for the paleo lifestyle combined with her love for sweet treats that led to the inception of Druffles Treats. “Druffles were an experiment that went completely right,” said Sarah. “The date and nut based treats are designed to satisfy your craving without any processed sugar or poor quality ingredients.”
After receiving incredibly positive feedback from family and friends, Sarah decided to turn her creation into a business. “Currently the business is just me and my mom — we handmake all of the druffles in small batches,” she said. “Oh and of course the name — Im not the most creative, I figured date based truffles should be called druffles!”
For more information or to order your own box of delicious Druffles, check out drufflestreats.com. For questions or more information on Druffles Treats, email Sarah Brittain at email@example.com.