Truffles are chocolate confectionary with a creamy ganache centre, usually in the shape of a ball. They make a great decadent treat or food gift.
An easy kid-friendly treat for lunch boxes or a sweet afternoon snack. Made with coconut and cocoa this no bake recipe is a must. Try and keep the kids from licking their fingers when they make these. This was my mothers recipe.
This is a lovely chocolate cheesecake with a vanilla wafer crust. Top it with whatever suits your fancy.
Truffles are so easy to make and beautifully rich. Decorate with finely chopped nuts or roll in chocolate sprinkles.
A very dark, rich chocolate biscuit for the true chocoholic, this recipe uses relatively little flour and a lot of chocolate. These will keep well in the freezer, but you may have a hard time waiting for them to thaw before you eat them!
This recipe l designed for my students and has been a great success. When rolling the truffles keep a small bowl of water next to you so that you can dip you fingertips, in order for the truffles to be rolled with ease. You may also use sprinkles instead of rolling them into coconut.
This is a basic truffle recipethat you can add your own flavourings. You may use this to fill the chocolate shells you make using moulds or roll into balls then into powdered sugar, cocoa, sprinkles or other toppings.
These are a French style of truffle which is predominantly a chocolate ganache dusted with cocoa powder. Simply delicious, for greatest enjoyment eat cold.
Truffles are the easiest sweets to make - the only cooking is melting chocolate, and they keep for a few weeks in the fridge.
This has to be the simplest chocolate truffle recipe there is. This would be a fun project for cooking with kids.
Like a Rocky Road, these easy treats contain popcorn, mini marshmallows, salted peanuts and dark chocolate. Lovely!