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Chocolate-Peanut Butter Truffles

Chocolate-Peanut Butter Truffles recipe
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Sure, you have to wait for them to firm up in the fridge, but these meltingly delicious Chocolate-Peanut Butter Truffles are surprisingly quick to make.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 20 min
servings
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Makes 6 doz. or 18 servings.
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posted:
12/24/2003
I found that rolling them all out & putting them on wax paper & then doing the topping worked best; I also dampened my hands several times when doing it the 2nd time & found I lost alot less of the chocolate. They were a hit with everyone & I was repeatedly asked to share the recipe!
posted:
12/23/2003
These are very easy to make and very chocolately. They are also very sweet. I used a previous reviewers idea of rolling all of them first and then doing the toppings. I used powdered sugar, colored sugar and colored balls. I had to "pat" the topping on all of the candies to get them to stick. After sitting in the refrigerator, the powdered sugar became clear. I really liked the colored sugar best. Also, after melting the chocolate and mixing in the peanut butter, pay attention to when it becomes room temp. I got distracted and the chocolate started to thicken and it was hard to mix in the cool whip.
posted:
12/18/2003
Another comment on these. Hope these suggestions help. I used flavored coffee creamer INSTEAD of plain cocoa be/c I thought it was too bitter. Use Fr Vanilla, Mocha or whatever flavor you prefer. I used Int'l Foods Flavors. Also, we used mini choc chips that looked nice and were easy to roll. Powdered sugar was the easiest to roll and looked nice. Also used chopped peanuts and the little round/ball sprinkles which seemed to roll easier than the reg sprinkles. We rolled ALL the balls, put them back in refrigerator for 15 min then rolled in separate toppings.
posted:
12/17/2003
They were pretty easy. I will definitely go out and buy a melon ball scoop for next time, very messy, had to wash my hands every 3 or 4 truffles. Also, the ones in regular cocoa were not as big of a hit (a little bitter), people seemed to prefer the ones with sprinkles.
posted:
12/16/2003
they are very messy to roll and extremely sweet! I I was hoping for something easier for my kids to help with, they did have fun rolling them in the different toppings.
posted:
12/15/2003
Very easy and fun. Yes it was a little messy, but they taste very good!! I made some to take to the office snack day but had to keep some for myself. I will make these again and again.
posted:
12/15/2003
These are amazing dipped in chocolate!
posted:
12/12/2003
Very yummy! I love peanut butter and chocolate!
posted:
12/12/2003
Very easy and kids loved it! Used crushed walnuts to roll them in along with coconut, sprinkles and more. They were far better after setting over night in the fridge.
posted:
12/9/2003
EASY! EASY! EASY! I whipped these up FAST for a cookie exchange with friends. They looked and tasted so good that my friends didn't know my kids did most of the work!
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