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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:
1/13/2009
These were a hit at every party I brought them to. People thought they looked professional! Definitely use the cold water trick if they start getting sticky, or just pop them in the freezer for five minutes.
posted:
1/9/2009
I made these to take to a ladies holiday recipe swap and was so embarrassed. I saw one woman spit hers out and throw it in the trash! I double-checked to make sure I used the right chocolate and I did but they were too bitter, plus very impractical to make. All that work for nothing.
posted:
1/8/2009
I loved this recipe, I made the for Christmas gifts and everyone loved them
posted:
1/8/2009
Here's how I changed it - I added 1 tsp Vanilla to the cream cheese & chocolate mix, and then refrigerated that over night... made evening it was just easier for me. Next morning I scooped balls out with a 1/2 tsp spoon, made over 36 balls this way and was just the right size, I then refrigerated them again for a few hours. I added 1 tsp vanilla and 1 tablespoon powdered sugar to the melted chocolate coating. I rolled the balls in the coating and then rerefrigerated... chocolate set up wonderfully, wasn't too sweet or too bitter... went over well with my family even the non-chocolate lovers.
posted:
1/8/2009
I formed them into balls then froze them and dipped them in chocolate they turned out to be inexpensive beautiful gifts
posted:
1/4/2009
My extended family happily munched on the truffles until they were gone. I intend to make them next Christmas. I dipped them in cocoa powder, confectioners' sugar, and nuts.
posted:
1/2/2009
Easy to make recipe! Everyone who tried one thought I'd purchased them instead of making them!
posted:
12/31/2008
Everyone loved them and I made the mxture first and then I left it in the Refrigerator for a couple of days until I formed them into balls. I didn't have a promblem at all then after I shaped them into balls I put them back into the Refrigerator for a couple of days and then I dipped them in the chocolate, I thought they were easy and I would make them again, everyone who tasted them loved them.
posted:
12/31/2008
I Had So Much Fun Making These! I actually didn't dip the truffles in chocolate again. I just rolled the truffles in chopped nuts. Looks ad tastes great! :) Thanks!
posted:
12/30/2008
My daughter made these for Christmas for her first grade teacher, and they were a smash hit!
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