Homemade chocolate truffles are deceptively easy to make, yet are an impressive food gift or dinner party presentation. We have basic dark chocolate truffles, rum-spiked truffles and loads more.
This is a great recipe to make with the kids. These no-cook truffles are made by combining condensed milk, crushed biscuits, desiccated coconut and cocoa powder. They are quick, simple and delicious.
These brownie bites are so good, you won't believe that they're vegan and gluten-free! They're chocolatey, fudgy and you just can't stop at eating one. You don't have to worry though, they're packed full of the good stuff - walnuts (omega-3 fatty acids), dates (natural sugars and fibre) and dark chocolate (flavonoids). They also require no baking!!!
This is a basic truffle recipe to which you can add your own flavourings or extracts. Dust with cocoa powder or icing sugar, or roll in coconut or ground nuts.
These truffles are incredibly easy to make and require only three ingredients! Crushed Oreo® biscuits are mixed with cream cheese, formed into balls and dipped in melted chocolate.
The best chocolate truffles you could ever dream of and a super easy recipe! These truffles are made with a mixture of dark and milk chocolate.
These rich, decadent chocolate truffles make a special food gift at Christmas, Easter or St Valentine's Day and are exceptionally easy to make.
A Nigerian coconut truffle that is a favourite with children of all ages.
This is a french style of truffle,which is predominantly a chocolate ganache, dusted with cocoa powder.
Delicious truffles made with white chocolate, double cream and Italian lemon liqueur. Perfect gifts! Make these and dark chocolate truffles so you have a selection.
These chocolate truffles are absolutely perfect! They're chocolately, creamy and oh-so-good. A dark chocolate ganache is made with chocolate, coconut milk, vanilla extract and salt. You will never believe that these are vegan. The best thing is that you can add anything you want to this truffle base - rum, hazelnuts, almonds, coconut, coffee or anything you fancy. They are great for snacking and giving as food gifts.