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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:
12/23/2009
Love it, but it is messy! I've made them many times this year. Once I got the hang of it, I started making cherry truffles by wrapping maraschino cherries in the chocolate-cream cheese ganache, and then dipping into melted chocolate. Simply delicious, and everyone raves about them, whether original or cherry-filled!
posted:
12/23/2009
Taste great but messy when it comes to coating them with the chocolate. They didn't turn out anywhere near as "pretty" as the ones pictured.
posted:
12/23/2009
I made these to give as Christmas gifts to my daughters' teachers and my co-workers. Everyone has raved over them. I made the cream cheese and chocolate mixture and refrigerated for over 24 hours, so they were really cold when it was time to roll into balls. I then put the balls back into the frig until the next day when I dipped them into the chocolate. I was nervous that it was going to be hard and really messy but I did not have any of the problems the other posters had. I'm guess because the there so cold. I will definitely make these again.
posted:
12/23/2009
I made this recipe for Christmas 2009. I did a trial run since I was giving them as gifts. I found out a few things that may be helpful to others. *When making the balls, use cocoa powder on your hands to keep the chocolate from sticking to your hands. *If the chocolate gets too soft, put it back in the refrigerator. *After making the balls, put back in the refrigerator before dipping. *Melt the chocolate for dipping and let sit for a little while so that it cools down. This keeps the balls from melting. *If rolling the balls in coconut or something else, make sure to roll them right away. *My craft store sells chocolate dipping tools. I found them helpful and did not use a fork to dip the balls. Hopefully my tips help since these instructions are a little vague.
posted:
12/23/2009
These are great, but took a lot more time than I expected. I had to keep putting the bowl back in the refrigerator so the mixture would stay cold enough to handle. In other words, it became too soft to roll when it was a little warm. You should tell about this in the instructions. I would separate the mixture into four parts so you could leave it in the refrigerator in separate bowls. Everyone loved them.
posted:
12/21/2009
These are great desserts, easy to make with minimal mess. My daughter and I love making them and get really created with decorating - crushed peppermint, cinnamon sugar, colored sugars, powdered sugar, etc. I would recommend these to anyone!
posted:
12/21/2009
These were such a big hit at my bunko a few weeks ago. They re so delicious and super esy to make i am going to make them again for my family's Christmas day dinner.
posted:
12/21/2009
These were not my favorite, but my husband really liked them, I might try using a different chocolate next time.
posted:
12/20/2009
These are really yummy and easy (although messy) to make. For the person who was asking if they taste like cream cheese, i don't think they do at all. I just taste yummy chocolate!
posted:
12/20/2009
Super easy, very delicious!!!
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