Truffle Shuffle by Thala and Farlen


    High school home economics class, let's bring it all back to those sweet and tasty biscuit based truffles!


    West Lothian, Scotland, UK
    1 person made this


    • 5 table spoons of non-instant hot chocolate
    • 400g digestive biscuits (One pack)
    • 1 Tin Condensed Milk
    • 80g Butter (lightly salted or unsalted)
    • Icing Sugar/Sprinkles
    • Large Saucepan
    • Firm mixing bowl


    1. Take out all the biscuits and put them into a large bowl or saucepan. Demolish the entire pack of biscuits as best your can until you get them so broken they look almost like sand. You can do this with a rolling pin and put the biscuits in a bag of you can just mash them up with a potato masher or large wooden spoon. A meat hammer is also great to use.
    2. While mashing your biscuits think about that person at work or school who's really annoyed you recently. You'll find the beating up of biscuits strangely soothing.
    3. Gently melt the 80g of butter in the saucepan.
    4. When melted add the whole tin of condensed milk and stir in.
    5. Once those two have mixed add in your five table spoons of non-instant hot chocolate. Mix well and take off the heat once mixed.
    6. Add the mashed sand-like bread crumbs to the saucepan mix slowly and mix.
    7. Gradually add more and more crushed biscuit to your saucepan until it's become a stiff mix.
    8. Use the bowl that had the biscuits in and put in some icing sugar or some sprinkles of your choice. Make sure it isn't too high before taking a spoonful of mix and roll it into a ball in your hands.
    9. Roll the warm ball into the sprinkles or icing sugar and place onto a plate or tray
    10. Chill in the fridge for an hour or leave to set in a cool place for a while.


    This does not need chilling and can easily be made with gluten free alternatives.

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    Will add that the biscuits soften over 24 hours and aren't as crunchy as when you first make them. You can also add coconut to roll them in if coconut is your thing.  -  31 Mar 2017