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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!
30 min
2 hr 30 min
18 servings, 2 truffles each
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These truffles were simply senstional! I made these as favors for the holidays, and my guests were arguing with me, not believing that I made them, because they came out that good. Yes, they were a bit messy to make, but not hard at all, and it was so fun to add all the little toppings...that was the best part. Next time I will try using melted chocolate in a crock pot...that might make it easier and less messy.
Decadent and delicious - a go-to recipe for the holidays!
I made these for the third Christmas in a row, and they seem to get better each year! There are so many little things one can do to be creative without straying far from the recipe - and all of them are good. I like to drizzle white chocolate across the top to make them look a little more fancy. Grandkids think they are great, and that is a BIG plus for me!
These were so easy and everyone loved them!!! So yummy. These will be a holiday keeper !
made these last year and family and friends loved them. making them again this year.
Quick and easy. I put one teaspoon of almond extract in the chocolate and toasted 36 almonds. I wrapped the chocolate round the almond. Dipped in chocolate and rolled in coconut. Almond Joy truffles! Yummy.
Made these for Christmas last year and everyone LOVED them. My Grandpa requested that I make a batch just for him for his birthday in January.
i added my own twist to this recipe. i added a bit of vanilla and some powdered sugar. let chill. then instead of semi-sweet chocolate, i melted some parrafin wax and added a bag of milk chocolate chips and stirred well. then had the hubby close by to add festive decorations. he agreed: YUM!
This is easy to make and very good but not a sweet person so the taste is a bit too strong for me. But other then that everyone love it.
I made the for my chocoholic husband and he liked them a lot! I thought they were very easy and not too messy. I used a small ice cream scoop to scoop (made larger balls) and used a plastic bag on one hand to roll the balls.
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