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Simply Sensational Truffles

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Sensational really is the best word for these bite-size chocolate truffles—and you’ll be surprised at how simple they are to make!
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
18 servings, 2 truffles each
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posted:
12/22/2008
Easy to make...maybe a little messy but overall great for gifts! The ones dipped in the choc. were the best...the ones i dipped in powdered sugar got kinda watery but would make again!
posted:
12/22/2008
I loved this recipe. I actually made three batches... one following the "plain" recipe, then one I melted caramel in the melted chocolate/cream cheese mixture (and dipped the top with sea salt...AMAZING!) and in the third I put in 4 teaspoons of raspberry extract and rolled those in the the unsweetened cocoa. Both deliscious!
posted:
12/22/2008
Very easy to make, but much too rich tasting for me!
posted:
12/22/2008
These truffles took a while to make but it is definately worth the wait...they are very rich. After I mixed the chocolate and the cream cheese together, I put the mixture back in the fridge for about an hour because it was too soft and gooey. I was able to make 36 small balls. It's good that they are small because like I said, they are very rich. After I melted the remaining chocolate and dipped the truffles...with a spoon instead of a fork...it was much easier, I ended up with a lot of excess chocolate. The next time I make these I will only use one box of chocolate for dipping. After I was finished dipping, I topped some with crushed candy cane, some with walnuts, some with red and green sugar, some with cocoa, some with non-pareils and I left some plain. These are a chocolate lover's dream truffle.
posted:
12/21/2008
First off, these take WAY longer to make than the recipe states. I was making these for hours! Also, I didn't care much for the semi-sweet chocolate, it was quite bitter. Definately recommend making the mix, freezing, scooping, freezing, shaping into balls, freezing, then dipping. If not, the mixture becomes sticky and too gooey to work with. I did get 36 truffles out of my mixture, but they are small, which is okay because they are EXTREMELY rich. Don't know if I would make again or not. I was frustrated with this recipe before I was even done making the truffles.
posted:
12/21/2008
I felt an ingriedient was missing. No way I could get 36 balls out of this recipe.
posted:
12/21/2008
Rich and delicious! Everyone loved them.
posted:
12/21/2008
The recipe was very easy to make and probably would make them again but would use a different chocolate. My family did not like the chocolate stating that they were too bitter and would not eat anymore after tasting the 1st one. Please advise on another chocolate to use instead of the semi-sweet chocolate. Sorry, that I can not give a good rating for this recipe.
posted:
12/21/2008
As others have mentioned before, it took longer than stated, but WELL WORTH IT!! Friends and family were impressed! They were so pretty that people thought they were store bought! We even bought white chocolate to dip some in to make more of a variety. My daughters and I made them for Thanksgiving and at a family get togther last night and many were disappoointed we did not bring them.
posted:
12/21/2008
This is a great recipe. Just a few tips that I liked alot. I used dark and white chocolate to dip them in. I rolled the pre-dipped balls in orange and rasberry extract and pop-rocks for fun flare. They were great and everyone loves them! The only problem I had was I couldn't make them very pretty. The mixture melted and became gooey before I could shape them. Any suggestions? I tried freezing them before shaping and after shaping but the chocolate dip made them too warm. I also tried dipping my hands in the ice water between balls but it didn't help that much. Still a great recipe.
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