Fans of delicious, rich chocolate love truffles. And we have lots of truffle recipes to choose from, including Oreo Truffles, Mocha Truffles, and Marshmallow Truffles.
These pretty chocolate candies can be made ahead and refrigerated for several weeks.
Unadorned, these truffles are rich and creamy; Add chopped nuts or a candy coating to make them even more special.
Homemade truffles make a great Christmas gift or dessert, especially when they're flavored with brandy.
These tiny coconut-dusted truffles take only an hour to make. To cut prep time even more, make square truffles. The Triple chocolate truffles have a traditional truffle center that's draped in melted chocolate then drizzled with white chocolate.
Make the creation of these kid-friendly truffles into a fun activity. Have everyone dip, sprinkle, and taste test!
These chocolate treats are so spectacular, your friends will think you purchased them at the candy shop.
Those that succumb to the joys of mining for cookie dough in ice cream will love having the mining done for them -- and dipped in chocolate, no less! Do not be tempted to make these truffles with classic chocolate chip cookie dough, though; the egg in classic dough is not safe when eaten raw.
Choose dark baking chocolate and slip in coffee liqueur for these sophisticated truffles. Serve with milk or strong coffee.
Candied cherries and cherry brandy are the key to these five-ingredient truffles. Store, refridgerated, in an airtight container for up to two weeks.
Flavored with almond liqueur, then dipped in chocolate, these candies look and taste like expensive purchased chocolates.
Chiles, cinnamon and chocolate join forces in this impossible-to-resist bite-sized dessert.
Semisweet chocolate, milk chocolate, and white chocolate create the sweet trio that flavors this melt-in-your-mouth candy. Cream cheese makes the middle sturdier than traditional truffles.
These delicious bite-size candies are the perfect Christmas treat, combining white chocolate, cranberries, coconut, and cashews. The recipe also calls for brandy, but if you prefer, substitute orange juice for a nonalcoholic version.
These dessert treats have a soft center, crisp outside, and delectable coffee flavor.