Chocolate Truffles #4
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Chocolate Truffles #4
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:16:01 AM. Recipe ID 45667. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Chocolate truffles #4
 Categories: Candy
      Yield: 30 Servings
      8 oz Softened cream cheese
      3 c  Powdered (confectioners
     12 oz Melted chocolate chips  (Can
           -easily be melted in
           -microwave oven)
  1 1/2 ts Vanilla
           Toppings to roll truffles
           -in: unsweetened cocoa;
           -coconut flakes; chopped
  I received this recipe in one of those "send away" booklets from Diamond Walnuts a few years
  ago. It's is an unbelievably easy, rich and decadent candy recipe and
  it's fun, too--especially if you make it with someone--which also
  makes it go faster. Feel free to use your imagination when choosing a
  liqueur, or a topping to roll it in. I've even used food coloring on
  the coconut! 
  Beat cream cheese until smooth.  Gradually add confectioners sugar
  and beat until well blended.  Add melted chips and vanilla, mix well.
  Chill in fridge 1 hour.
  Shape truffle dough into 1" balls and roll in your choice of toppings.
  Store in covered container in fridge.  Can also be frozen.
  Variations:  omit vanilla and divide dough into 3rds, add one
  Tablespoon (or more based on your taste and the doughs consistency)
  of your favorite liquers to each third. I use Sabra, Kahlua and
  Chambord! These are unbelievable rich and decadent!
  When I make them, I use miniature muffin papers which keeps them
  separated, and looks pretty for serving or gift-giving.  Yield:
  approx 5 dozen

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Recipe ID 45667 (Apr 03, 2005)

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