Frangelico Chocolate Truffles

Kimberly Richards


This truffle recipe is fun and easy, you can be very creative with it; maybe add some nutella to the chocolate to give it a more deeper hazelnut flavor or try different types of liqueur...say mint or Bailey's for St.Patrick's day!

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6-12 depending on how many one eate....
30 Min
15 Min


7 oz
heavy cream
2 oz
17 oz
3 oz
assorted nuts, sprinkles, cocoa & powdered sugar


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1Place the cream and butter into a small sauce pan and bring to the boil.

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2Remove from the heat and pour over the chocolate and let set for about a minute and stir until smooth.

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3Add the liqueur into the chocolate and stir through. Pour into a bowl and allow to cool in the refrigerator enough to thicken slightly. Stir periodically to insure a smooth mixture

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4Once the chocolate is cooled down, they can be finished in two different ways 1) Spoon the mixture into a piping bag with a star tip nozzle and pipe the truffles onto parchment paper and refrigerate. 2) Scoop a spoon full of the chocolate mixture into your hand ( wear plastic gloves to do this it is very messy) then quickly roll into a ball, once formed place them back into the refrigerator to firm back up while preparing your garnishes.

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5Set up assorted nuts, sprinkles or sugars into bowls and roll the chilled truffles into the assorted garnishes, place onto a parchment tray to firm up, and keep chilled until ready to serve.

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6The truffles can be arranged on a cold serving tray as desired.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Candies, Chocolate
Main Ingredient: Dairy
Regional Style: Italian
Dietary Needs: Gluten-Free
Other Tag: Quick & Easy