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Absolutely wonderful. Truffles are something I enjoy making quite a bit, (I've done things from Wasabi-Ginger, to Banana Nut), and I've been looking for this kind of recipe for a while. One suggestion is to use homemade nutella, it tastes quite a bit better. If you do that though, use a bit more than this recipe suggests because it is less potent of a flavour.

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lemriche December 29, 2011

Another winner truffle recipe! I marked it 4 stars just because it is one of the more tedious ones I've made. Be sure to make them very small because once you dip them in chocolate and roll them in nuts they more than double! My husband and I have started making truffles for our holiday candies and this one is definately a keeper!

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alisha.mills December 11, 2010

Incredibly decadent! My whole family enjoyed these over the holidays. I would recommend doubling the nutella as a previous reviewer did. I only used 2 tbsp and couldn't taste it at all. Thanks for posting!

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noway December 31, 2009

These are great! I admit that we LOVE nutella, so I added in another 2 T. of it. It had to be in the fridge a little longer and then I stuck in freezer for a small bit. I didn't dip in the additional chocolate. The toasted hazelnuts really enhanced the flavor! I toasted mine in the microwave for about 2 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds. Thanks, Kittencal! :)

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SweetsLady December 05, 2007
Hazelnut Chocolate Nutella Truffles