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An easily made chocolate confection from the Family Circle magazine. Refrigeration time not included in preparation time.

Recipe #372599

2 Reviews |  By Molly53

Delicate little morsels from the Southern chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947

Recipe #271148

A sassy, dark chocolate sweet perfect for gift-giving from the Southwest chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook,Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947. Using your food processor will make short work of grating the chocolate.

Recipe #343998

A different type of truffle from the Family Circle magazine.

Recipe #372487

Yummy! Truffles with little balls of carmel in the center! What could be better than that? Be sure to allow the 3+ hours needed to chill them during the different stages.

Recipe #383945

3 Reviews |  By *Ollin*

This delicious truffles are great & comforting but specially very easy to make. My grandmother thought me how to prepare them when I was still a girl and began to be interested in cooking, so she showed me some simple but great recipes, this is one of them. There can be added some extra ingredients to make them more suitable to your taste :)..I hope you like them.

Recipe #157245

Lovely truffles! You'll enjoy these! Chill time is cook time.

Recipe #121934

I got this off the package of bittersweet chocolate by Ghirardelli.

Recipe #149320

This delightful recipe came from Joan Coukos of Manhattan's two year old Chocolat Moderne. These truffles are coated with a variety of flavorings, including blends of Chinese and Mexican spices. Adapted from Food & Wine magazine.

Recipe #154211

My mum used to make these for us when we were kids, everyone loved them. All our friends used to hang around when it was baking day to see what they could get for a treat. These are great for the kids to make as there is no cooking, mind you most of the mix gets eaten before they get to the paper cases. You can make these with cocoa rather than the drinking chocolate for a more adult taste, but the kids love the drinking chocolate.

Recipe #416313

7 Reviews |  By TiaGem

The ULTIMATE combination of chocolate and peanut butter! Elegant and Easy! Adapted from a Baker's Chocolate pamphlet recipe. Prep time does not include chilling time.

Recipe #46259

2 Reviews |  By Rita~

These are very rich and easy to make. This works best with cool room and hands. Can be easily doubled!

Recipe #86846

2 Reviews |  By Rita~

YOU deserve to EXPERIENCE these gourmet truffles that are so smooth, creamy, and a sinfully delicious. Kahlua soaked Raisins and toasted Pecan are smothered in Ganache giving you a little texture to bite into as the rich creamy chocolate melts in your mouth. A PERFECT ending to any Day!.

Recipe #243320

I bet you have a can of cranberry sauce in your pantry! This is a great way to use it. Make these flavorful truffles that are and tender and so good. Great for the holidays or anytime. Try adding some very finely minced candied ginger for a nice kick. Can be frozen and brought to room temperature, Re-coat with cocoa and serve.

Recipe #360883

2 Reviews |  By Rita~

Kahlua and coffee is used to flavor this ganache to make these decadent chocolate truffles.

Recipe #360921

3 Reviews |  By Rita~

Tender rich little morsels flavored with almonds and almond liquor.

Recipe #360977

Decadent chocolate truffles flavored with raspberry and walnuts. Now that's a combo that belongs together. Nocello is fabulous so do try to use it for the walnut liqueur and Chambord is a good choice for the raspberry liqueur.

Recipe #410498

2 Reviews |  By Rita~

A nice treat for Valentines Day! Got this recipe from Gourmet December 2004 Truffles can be chilled, covered after 1 hour, up to 2 days. Coat with cocoa powder up to 1 hour before serving.

Recipe #108997

What do you get when you combine white/milk/dark chocolate with peanut butter? A small waiting period between adding different layers. From a supermarket handout.

Recipe #352235

These are not rich as one would think and soo easy to make as there is no baking required! Great for parties or holidays!

Recipe #408081

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