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24 servings, 1 truffle (14 g) each
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Omit 1 pkg. of chocolate. Prepare chocolate mixture, shape into balls and freeze 20 min. as directed. Roll in icing sugar or ground nuts.
Substitute 1 Tbsp. orange zest for the liqueur.
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I love that there are so few ingredients in this recipe. However, I hated forming them into balls - they were too hard to scoop straight out of the freezer, then they were instantly too soft to roll. Next time I'm going to make these as miniature squares instead so I can just cut and dip them.
I make this each year for my christmas holiday baking box. Everyone loves them. They're a bit finicky to make, but well worth the trouble ;)
This is a fast, easy and sinfull receipe. I've been asked over and over to do it again. I use different liqueurs each time. Having warm hands I pull out the frozen vegetable bag and keep my hands cold this way when rolling the truffles. Before I roll them I use two baby spoons to form the truffles and place everything back in the fridge until it firms up again before rolling.