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Simply Sensational Truffles

Simply Sensational Truffles recipe
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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:
12/19/2009
I made this recipe with my three kids and niece and nephew. We divided the ganash into three parts and added peppermint, raspberry, and vanilla extract to it. We decorated them with white chocolate, semi-sweet chocolate, and cocoa powder. We had so much fun making theese treats, while a bit messy, the cleanup was delicious. The treats were a hit at the dinner party, I only wish I had made more. I will be making these to give as gifts at christmas time.
posted:
12/16/2009
it's great both of children loved making these with me thank you
posted:
12/16/2009
These truffles were delicious! My kids and other adults love them when I made for a family reunion! I would made this many more to come.
posted:
12/16/2009
Recipe is messy to make and tastes bitter. I'm afraid to give these as gifts, I had to spit it out. Kept thinking I misread the recipe. I think it needs sugar mixed with the cream cheese and some vanilla or rum flavoring. Doubt I will bother trying to tweak this recipe due to cost of ingredients.
posted:
12/15/2009
I'm going to make these tonight with my 8 year old daughter. Does anyone know if they need to stay refrirated being they are made with cream cheese
posted:
12/15/2009
I made these last year to go along with dessert. They have been requested for this year too.
posted:
12/15/2009
awesome,
posted:
12/13/2009
It was a hit! I used 18 squares of chocolate squares which was plenty. I also used toothpicks instead of a fork for dipping. Very rich and definitely are "sensational".
posted:
12/13/2009
In process on this now (filling tastes delicious!), but have a tip. To keep things clean, put sandwich-sized Ziplocs on your hands before rolling the mixture. My husband used our 1 tsp. measure to pull it out after about 30 mins chilling in the freezer, and I rolled it into balls and put on waxed paper-covered plate to freeze before dipping. I'll be rolling in walnuts, Heath Bit of Brickle and Andes pieces after topping.
posted:
12/13/2009
Excellent Recipe! I do however offer tips for making this easier and less messy. Instead of refriderating after mixing choc. and cream cheese put mixture directly into a pastry bag or ziplock sadwich bag and cut corner off. Ready your wax paper on a cookie sheet and squeeze the mixture onto it. THEN refriderate until solid and coat. Cuts the time down and less mess!!
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