...delighted you made it here!

Most of us females these days know all about the deprivation that staying or getting in shape calls for, so did I.

Forget about trying to keep holding down the lid on your cravings, living a sweet life is not an illusion, being a “well fed and watered girl” is such a better place to be...

Reap the benefits of home made Stevia sweetened treats no matter where you are on your personal body image journey as I share with you my life as a Fit and Fed Girl that has found some peace with food and hopefully inspire you to join me and enjoy the road ahead.

No matter what the foodture brings!

MK xx

Kiwi Coconut fruity truffles – sugar free

summer kiwi fruit coconut truffel recipe sweetened with stevia


Fast, tasty way to use up your unwanted Kiwi’s – make these glamorous, refreshing fruit treats.

5 reasons why you should try this Kiwi recipe:

  • Kiwis can relieve bloating and aid digestion.
  • one Kiwi a day supplies enough vitamin C to cover your recommended daily intake.
  • an average size fruit has one 46 calories.
  • Kiwis have a low GI and keep you full for longer.
  • are a great source of soluble fibre, which can help lower cholesterol.

Makes: 12pcs/ mouth sized truffle balls.

Prep time: 5min.
Hand rolling time: 10-15min depending on how quick you are.
Freezing: optional.

You need:
• 2 pcs / 112g ripe Kiwi’s
• 88g desiccated Coconut un-sweetened
• 2-4 drops of Stevia-sweet liquid
Note: getting the sweetness to the desired level is a matter of trial and error, the best thing is to start with a smaller amount of whatever Stevia you have on hand, it can be ready-use, liquid or tabs (need to be dissolved too), adding more is easier than diluting – you could end up with a huge amount of treat -Don’t have any Stevia yet? – you can always use normal sweetener products until you are set up.


Peal and roughly chop the Kiwi’s.
Place in a blender to make Kiwi puree.
Add the desiccated un-sweetened Coconut and the Stevia-sweet liquid to taste.
Mix well until you get a thick, nearly crumbly texture; you may need a little more or less desiccated coconut depending on the consistency of the mixture – it needs to be thick and dry enough to form the truffle shaped balls.
Tip: lightly grease your hands with vegetable oil to protect your skin – the acid of the Kiwi is quite sharp, I found it burning on my skin.
You can place the finished fruit truffles in the fridge or even in the freezer to firm them up a little. I kept mine in the fridge for two days and they were ok.

kiwi coconut truffel overview of ingredients and recipe process
Here’s the calorie count.
One pcs/ truffle approx. 55 kcal’s     (bonus: its high in Vitamin C and Fiber.)
I would love to know what kind of summer fruit truffles you are making – share your recipe with us!

MK xx


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