Can also be made with cooking chocolate, jam or buttercream.
I changed the vanilla for almond extract and they tasted scrummy. - 19 Apr 2014
Wow, oh wow, oh wow!!! I am embarrassed to admit that we didn't reach the ganache stage! In fact I'm not convinced that a single one managed to cool properly before being eaten!!! Am thinking lemon zest would work brilliantly, perhaps with a little honey? Or even coconut and lime - the fun I'm going to have trying out different favours!! Thank you so much for a fab recipe :D - 14 May 2014
These are so good! Baked them today with my 5-year old boy with the exact same recipe as in his book titled "The Very Best Baking Book for Children". We chilled the dough for about 15 mins and rolled them into 1/2 inch-sized balls before baking on a Silpat lined cookie sheet. After filling with ganache, we chilled them again for an hour. They taste even better cold! I ate 6 in one go!! Not very sweet with a super melt-in-your mouth texture. Highly addicting!! - 19 Apr 2015