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    This is such a wonderful way of serving your chocolate truffles at Christmas or New Year - or indeed any special winter festival! I do make my own truffles for this, but you can buy ready-made truffles for ease and speed of course! I love to see my family and friend's faces when I bring the coffee and "chocolates" out with this Truffle Tree! Allow yourself plenty of time to assemble this, the plant pot and the tree "trunk" can be prepared beforehand; once the chocolate truffle tree has been assembled, it will be fine for up to 2 days before you need to serve it, stored in a very cool and dry place - NOT a fridge however. I have made this with a well-known gold wrapped chocolate nut truffle before, as well as the white chocolate and coconut version by the same company! The truffles shown in my photos are local hand-made truffles, but any "firm" high chocolate truffle is fine. I have my own truffle recipe posted on zaar, Recipe #271012 which also works very well with this tree! Have fun - and just watch your guest's faces when you bring this out!! NB: You can also make this with marshmallows and other suitable sweets or candy, especially for children.

    Recipe #270171

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Tender rich little morsels flavored with almonds and almond liquor.

    Recipe #360977

    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

    Recipe #47322

    1 Reviews |  By Zurie

    These sinfully rich chocolate truffles will make a lovely gift in the festive season! They're easy to make and they also freeze well. Use different "finishes" for a professional look. I give the metric amounts as well. Time to make is very hard to pin down, so I guessed that. I also have no idea how many chocolates an individual cook might make -- depends on size and whether you use a filling like a nut -- so had to guess.

    Recipe #258552

    A different type of truffle from the Family Circle magazine.

    Recipe #372487

    9 Reviews |  By Steve_G

    From a candy newsletter that I get, looks awsome

    Recipe #45370

    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

    Perfect for the holidays! **Time is estimated.

    Recipe #303992

    5 Reviews |  By Lorac

    I have never made truffles before but this recipe I can't resist ! Bittersweet chocolate with coffee liqueur and vodka, rolled in chopped walnuts. This will be perfect for holiday entertaining and gifts. Thank you Recipe Institute! Prep time does not include refrigerating overnight.

    Recipe #49319

    This comes from the new Taste of Home. Haven't tried them yet, but want to post them to save the recipe on Zaar!! I love truffles, so will be making them for my gift trays this season. Cooking/prep times are approximate due to chilling, etc.

    Recipe #105431

    1 Reviews |  By ClareVH

    Madeira is fortified white wine. Red petit four cups make a nice presentation for Christmas or Valentine’s Day. If you do not have paper petit four cups, you can put dipped truffles on waxed paper and refrigerate until chocolate hardens. Cooking time does not include refrigeration time. Note: This recipe uses pasteurized egg white product to avoid raw egg issues. I used “All Whites” 100% pasteurized egg whites. It is found in the dairy case at the market. Some egg white products have flavoring. Check the list of ingredients; there should be only one ingredient: 100% liquid egg whites.

    Recipe #116394

    4 Reviews |  By An_Net

    These are an essential for the truffle plate at Christmas. They take minutes to make and look great. Dipping in dark chocolate and then drizzling white chocolate over the top looks divine. You could also use red/green sprinkles for that festive touch.

    Recipe #270520

    A gorgeous moorish coconut sweet, impressive served to guests or as gifts

    Recipe #352608

    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

    This ganache recipe can be used for making truffles or for icing and filling a cake. The proportions are right for semi-sweet to bittersweet chocolate. Ganache is best make with darker chocolate. Use real chocolate, preferably in bars. If you use chips read the ingredients carefully as you don’t want a brand that uses extra additives and emulsifiers. This recipe can be halved or doubled – just keep the proportions right. The salt, coffee and cinnamon can be omitted but it’s best if you use them as they bring out the chocolate flavor. The yield is for truffles. Cook time does not include chill time. If using as icing this is enough to fill and frost an 8 or 9 inch cake.

    Recipe #280283

    Delectable rich chocolaty truffles with a smooth centre and crunchy coating. Look great, taste amazing!

    Recipe #268492

    This is a elegant, incredible recipe. It is really worth the little effort. 8)

    Recipe #35891

    These are rich and delicious but easy to make with simple ingredients. I got these from my cousin Maria who rolled them in chocolate sprinkles but I prefer them dipped in melted chocolate.

    Recipe #246644

    These are so good. Just the right touch of mint. There's a 2 hour refrigeration period for the chocolate mixture to become firm enough to shape. Other than that, they're quick to make.

    Recipe #63731

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