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Key Lime Truffles

Key Lime Truffles created by YummySmellsca

No chocolate, but packed with the bright lime and graham cracker flavour from the classic treat! A touch of tangy cream cheese adds just the right about of taste and texture. Make a double (or triple!) batch and keep them in the freezer to prolong their life – not that they’ll hang around long!

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1hr 10mins
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  • In a bowl, beat together the cream cheese, butter, sugar, lime zest and lime juice until well combined.
  • Mix together the flour and graham cracker crumbs and beat into the cheese mixture to form a scoopable “batter-dough”.
  • Roll small balls of the mixture and refrigerate at least 1 hour to firm up (or freeze at this point).
  • Dip in melted chocolate and allow to set. When coated, truffles can be kept at room temperature for 1 week or 3 weeks in the fridge.
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"No chocolate, but packed with the bright lime and graham cracker flavour from the classic treat! A touch of tangy cream cheese adds just the right about of taste and texture. Make a double (or triple!) batch and keep them in the freezer to prolong their life – not that they’ll hang around long!"
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  1. Little them
    Made these for an International Evening at our school in the UK, they went down a treat!
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  2. YummySmellsca
    Key Lime Truffles Created by YummySmellsca
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  3. YummySmellsca
    No chocolate, but packed with the bright lime and graham cracker flavour from the classic treat! A touch of tangy cream cheese adds just the right about of taste and texture. Make a double (or triple!) batch and keep them in the freezer to prolong their life – not that they’ll hang around long!
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