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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
total:
Makes 6 doz. or 18 servings.
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posted:
12/28/2006
Very simple to make and DELICIOUS! Excellent way to curb your chocolate cravings. My kids usually don't like truffles but these are the exception.
posted:
12/27/2006
It was a very easy recipe for my first time making truffles. I rolled them in chopped pecans, crushed oreos, and powdered sugar. Everyone that ate them really enjoyed them, especially the kids.
posted:
12/25/2006
Wow! These were excellent. I made them for our Christmas Open House and they were the hit of the dessert table. Everyone raved about them. I used powdered sugar, pecans, toasted coconut, and crushed Oreo cookies as toppings. I used an ice cream scoop to shape them and did not have the goopy hand problem mentioned in earlier reviews. I also refrigerated the mixture overnight before shaping. I was suprised how well they held up on the dessert table (did not melt or disform). I think I will make them for gifts next year.
posted:
12/25/2006
I made this recipe for a work get together. They disappeared fast! Everyone loved them! I am making them today for Christmas for our extended family. I expect the same outcome. I really am surprised by the negative comments. Thanks
posted:
12/24/2006
This was not very good, and I love truffles. However, I did try it without the peanut butter and it was better, but by far NOT the best truffle recipe that I've ever come across
posted:
12/23/2006
This tasted terrible! I threw out the whole batch. I will not be making these again.
posted:
12/22/2006
This is the second year I have made them for Christmas, my tip with helping to roll the balls in your hands...have a spray can of oil such as Pam next to you and spray the palms of your hand in between rolls, put a clump of chocolate mixture directly on your palms instead of your fingers, reduces the stickiness tremendously! I also roll them in red sugar which is bright and cheery.
posted:
12/21/2006
Although these did indeed taste good, I am not sure they are worth the mess. You have to stop and wash your hands and nails after about every 3 or 4 truffles. And beware this does not make a whole lot of truffles if you are holiday baking for a large group.
posted:
12/20/2006
This recipe was a hit! I also used crushed Oreos as a topping. I had the keep the mixture in the refrigerator slightly longer than an hour to let it become stiffer to be able to roll.
posted:
12/19/2006
I made these truffles for Thanksgiving and am planning on making them again for Christmas. I rolled some in unsweetened baking chocolate, very awesome, and others in a variety of crushed nuts, including pistacios. I also used sprinkles on some. My familys' favorite, however, was the crushed candy cane coating. These are quite messy to make. Just remember to wash your hands about every three or four truffles. This is a wonderful and inexpensive treat. Great for the holidays.
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