Basic Chocolate Truffles
Jordan Michelle Falco
This is a basic dark chocolate truffle recipe and can be flavored with whatever liquor or flavoring your want. Can be dipped in any desired color, and then drizzled, or dredged in nuts.
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A rich, decadent, and basic chocolate truffle recipe that's easy to make and perfect for a dark chocolate lover. The truffles are creamy and just melt in your mouth. We love how this can be tailored to your taste by using a different liquor. We opted for raspberry and loved the pairing with the chocolate. Bailey's, Kahlua, Grand Marnier, or even rum would be delicious too. Get creative when decorating the truffles. You can use nuts, cocoa powder, colored sugar, sprinkles, coconut, chocolate drizzle, etc. For a pretty presentation, place the truffles in mini cupcake liners after they're decorated. A box of these is a perfect gift for a loved one. Better than store-bought!
Note: To form the truffles, we used a small cookie scoop and it was a perfect size. The Test Kitchen