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Basic Truffles - White Chocolate recipe is a Dessert meal that takes 10 minutes to make. If you enjoy for Dessert, you will like Basic Truffles - White Chocolate!

Basic Truffles - White Chocolate

Basic Truffles - White Chocolate Recipe
Basic Truffles - White Chocolate

Almost rediculously simple recipe for basic homeade truffles. My experience is that when using white chocolate the mixture has to set longer than when using regular chocolate.IMPORTANT: The higher the quality of the chocolate that you use the better your results will be.

What Course Is Basic Truffles - White Chocolate?

Basic Truffles - White Chocolate is for Dessert.

How Long Does Basic Truffles - White Chocolate Recipe Take To Prepare?

Basic Truffles - White Chocolate takes 140 minutes to prepare.

How Long Does Basic Truffles - White Chocolate Recipe Take To Cook?

Basic Truffles - White Chocolate takes 10 minutes to cook.

How Many Servings Does Basic Truffles - White Chocolate Recipe Make?

Basic Truffles - White Chocolate makes 30 servings.

What Are The Ingredients For Basic Truffles - White Chocolate Recipe?

The ingredients for Basic Truffles - White Chocolate are:

12 oz White Chocolate
1/3 cup whipping cream (heavy cream)
1 tsp flavoring of your choice at no cooler than room temp

How Do I Make Basic Truffles - White Chocolate?

Here is how you make Basic Truffles - White Chocolate:

1) In a medium saucepan over medium heat (or use a double boiler if you prefer), combine chocolate and cream. Cook, stirring constantly, until chocolate is melted and mixture is smooth. Remove from heat.2) Quickly drizzle and whisk in the flavoring of your choice. IMPORTANT! When I say quick, I mean quick. When a cold/cool liquid is added to melted chocolate it can cause the chocolate to rapidly set, harden and become un-useable. By drizzling in your flavoring while beating the bejeezes out of your mixture with a wisk in tandem you will avoid this waste.3) Pour the mixture into a small bowl, cover and refridgerate for 2+ hours until it has set but not hard. Note that I've left mine overnight before and it hasn't turned rock solid though this is probably really dependant on the type of chocolate your using.4) Once set, form the mixture into balls using about 1 tbsp of mixture each (you use your hands or use a mellon baller for this part, whatever works best for you). Roll each ball in a coating of your choice - cocoa, coconut, sprinkles, colored sugar, crushed candy canes etc. Heads up that powdered sugar tends to just get absorbed by the truffle. Note that nutitional information does not include coating.ALTERNATE: If you like making your own chocolates using moulds, brush the insides of your moulds with the shell of your choice (IE candy melts or confectiners coating) then fill with half-set truffle mixture leaving just enough room to top with shell for the bottom. Pop the mould back in the fridge until the truffle has completely set/hardened and pour in your bottom shell.Serving Size:?Makes 30 truffles

What's The Nutritional Info For Basic Truffles - White Chocolate?

The nutritional information for Basic Truffles - White Chocolate is:

  • Servings Per Recipe: 30
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 69.8
  • Total Fat: 4.6 g
  • Cholesterol: 6.0 mg
  • Sodium: 11.0 mg
  • Total Carbs: 6.9 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 0.0 g
  • Protein: 0.9 g

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