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    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

    Use orange liqueur or orange juice to make these dipped truffles

    Recipe #44336

    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

    From chef Michael Smith (via www.foodtv.ca), a very basic truffle recipe that can be customized in a zillion ways. I find truffles are really quite simple to make, but pretty time consuming. Most definitely worth it for special occasions! Plain truffles are delicious, but try adding peppermint or liqueur flavourings (such as Kahlua or Grand Mamier) to yours. Then, coat them in chocolate and decorate them with your favourite topping. The combinations and variations are endless, and entirely up to you! Cook time does NOT include time to chill. Truffles can be stored in a covered container in the fridge for a couple of weeks. I've had no problems freezing them, either!

    Recipe #381153

    These will be the easiest truffles you've ever made and they are sooo yummy! They are a tradition at my house for Christmas and we coat them in pink-tinted white chocolate for my daughter's birthday. You can shape them like eggs for Easter and dip them in dyed white chocolate or roll them in colored sugar. You can add different flavorings, different coatings, substitute milk, dark or white chocolate... the variations are endless. No matter how you finish these, they will taste great! The original recipe came from one of the chocolate companies several years ago but I can't remember which one.

    Recipe #361521

    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

    Saw this recipe in the Finnish Elle magazine at the hair dresser's in November - couldn't get a copy, googled, hopeful, and found this at Anne's Food blog. I *think* it is the same one I was drooling over while getting my hair done! Not sure who to credit now, but it's an interesting recipe nonetheless!

    Recipe #404215

    Dark chocolate and holiday spices - a great combination! The recipe comes from Stockmann's Exclusive magazine.

    Recipe #398023

    This is a wonderful truffle recipe: It's very quick to put together and still tastes like a ton of work went into it. It can be easily varied by subbing any other alcohol or flavoured-syrup for the rum.

    Recipe #354693

    Source: Barefoot Contessa

    Recipe #328183

    Easy truffles taste just like you bought them at a gourmet candy store! In addition to what I've listed, you can roll them in powdered sugar, cocoa powder, other confections to make them a truly unique candy!

    Recipe #222220

    The most exquisite truffle I've ever made. I've just discovered a new liqueur called Tiramisu and it enhances so many of my desserts. This recipe is very easy, and the outcome is a crowd pleaser.

    Recipe #316755

    A melt in your mouth mixture of dark chocolate,Scottish shortbread,and whisky, this is the easiest truffle recipe I've ever made...the Drambuie is subtle so if you prefer a strong taste of it, double the measurement.Chocolate should be 55-70% cocoa solids. This recipe is from "Scot's Cooking" by Sue Lawrence.

    Recipe #122062

    The great chocolatier's truffle recipe! When you want the best, go to the source. Easy, elegant and delicious. This recipe is found on the Godiva.com website. [P.S. The servings are an estimate only]

    Recipe #174462

    Next best thing to a Hot Fudge Sundae from Ghirardelli Square! These make a great gift.

    Recipe #284776

    Another favorite recipe from the local paper: I love giving these candies for gifts. A digital thermometer makes this recipe a bit easier. Cooking time includes chilling time for filling. I've used milk chocolate instead of semi-sweet, and they still get rave reviews.

    Recipe #102063

    This is the closest recipe to the real thing I have tried. Really yummy. Enjoy!

    Recipe #301892

    I found these in the 2000 book Christmas with Southern Living - they are really good - and a good break from all the chocolate. Egg Nog lovers will love them. I know they got the thumbs up from my family of Egg Nog lovers. I put them on the holiday tray with Cookie Dough Truffles and AngieMe's Snow Balls (Oreo Truffles) - made a great presentation and all disappeared fast. Prep time does not include freezer/chill time.

    Recipe #275721

    Buttery, creamy, fudgey, and dreamy.

    Recipe #133268

    What a sweet addition to the holiday platter of Christmas cookies and confections! A bit fussy to make, but WELL WORTH the time and satisfaction of making your own. COOKING TIME includes "standing time" and chilling time....so don't just STAND there--CHILL out darling! Ho Ho Ho! Those gals at Gooseberry Patch sure know what they're doing, now don't they!?

    Recipe #318982

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