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Bittersweet Chocolate Truffles Royale

Bittersweet Chocolate Truffles Royale recipe
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It's hard to believe that these elegant chocolate truffles are made with just three ingredients. Even harder to believe: how simple they are to make.
1 hr
3 hr 20 min
2 dozen truffles or 12 servings, 2 truffles each
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I've been making variations of this recipe for two years now. I use the measurements given here and experiment with different chocolates and liquors. I've made it with Malibu (dark chocolate ganache with Malibu rum, covered in white chocolate, rolled in coconut), Baileys (I usually use all milk chocolate), Pumpkin Spice Liquor (Hiram Walker Pumpkin Spice in white chocolate ganache, covered with dark chocolate). Mint (with creme de menthe or peppermint schnapps, crushed peppermints sprinkled on top). It's never ever been anything but delicious. For even sizing and rounder shape, i recommend using a melon baller (I use the small end).
the secret to making truffles is to chill the mixture or even freeze it before trying to shape into balls. this makes them much easier to handle.
Since my mom and I have sweet tooths I substituted the Bittersweet Chocolate with Semi-sweet Chocolate and they came out nicely.This recipe was very fun to make and I reccomend it to anyone who likes sweets ( =
Oh my stars...these are insanely rich and decadent! I'm a major chocolate/sweets/richness lover and I easily stopped myself after eating just one of these, that's how rich they are. Amazingly good, but still very rich. I found the ganache hard to shape into a perfectly round balls, but they came out looking more like REAL truffles because of their misshaped forms, hahah! I'll definitely make these again, and next time I'll mess around with different kinds of chocolates as well.
I loved the flavor of these, but they were difficult to form without melting in my hands. Once I succeeded in making them, I got nothing but compliments on these truffles!
This recipe is outstanding! Does anyone have good suggestions on how to keep them round? They are quite messy, and they end up looking okay by the end, but is there an easier way?
Excellent! Everyone loves these and always want more.
My mom and I made these! They were really rich, but verrrrrrrry good! They dissapear quick so i would double or even triple this recipie. + they make great gifts!
Better than any truffle I've ever bought and so easy. It was fun to make too. My 2 year old loved helping. These made great gifts - next time I will have to double it, they went too fast.
This recipe is PERFECT! It is a bit messy but there is something about playing with chocolate... I subsititued some dark chocolate I had on hand and they came out better than those expensive truffles. Quick enough to make for hostess gifts and other occasions.
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