Chocolate Truffles

Chocolate truffles are the simplest of candy to make; cream cheese, biscuits and time is all it takes to create something extremely delicious. Trust me, you’re gonna fall for them. To begin with, you will only need about 10 minutes to make these elegant and heavenly tasty truffle bites.

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INGREDIENTS:

1 cup of heavy whipping cream
2 packets of chocolate biscuits
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract

METHOD:

  1. Blend the biscuits so thoroughly till they become one
  2. In a medium sized bowl bring the heavy whipping cream and the biscuits and mix them together with a spoon (use your hands if possible, for a quicker and easier result)
  3. Once the mixture is ready shape them into small balls
  4. Then roll them in cocoa powder or chocolate truffle and place them on the top of an aluminum foil
  5. Now place the balls in the refrigerator for about 2 to 3 hours till they set

Follow me step by step ๐Ÿ™‚

The ingredients

The ingredients

Start blending the biscuits

Start blending the biscuits

Place the biscuit crumbs into a medium sized bowl

Place the biscuit crumbs into a medium sized bowl

Mix all the ingredients together thoroughly

Mix all the ingredients together thoroughly

Mixture ready; shape them into balls

Mixture ready; shape into balls

Ready? Start rolling!

Ready? Start rolling!

* A tip for coconut lovers(!!!): mix the truffle and the cocoa powder with coconut crumbs. Deliciousโ€ฆ!!

When finished, place them on an aluminum foil. Off to the fridge (~2.5h)

When finished, place them on an aluminum foil. Off to the fridge (~2.5h)

GUESS WHAT?! Bon Appรฉtit!

GUESS WHAT?! Bon Appรฉtit! โค

Oh, and believe me; they’re gonna look so tempting on your coffee table!
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