10 Easy And Decadent Recipes To Celebrate National Truffle Day
If you live on planet Earth, I bet you know that there's nothing more perfect than a rich, decadent, chocolate truffle. However, based on the exorbitant prices some companies charge for truffles, I bet you didn't know how easy they are to make for yourself! That's why, in honor of National Truffle Day, we've rounded up 10 simple (and delicious) recipes for you to DIY your own chocolate truffles. Whip up a batch (or two) to celebrate the occasion!
Start off simple with these two-ingredient truffles, and don't forget to check out the elegant topping suggestions at the end of the recipe!
2. Ina Garten's Simple Chocolate Truffles
If you're feeling a little more ambitious, check out celebrity chef Ina Garten's chocolate truffle recipe. It's almost as easy as the first, and we promise the extra effort will pay off as soon as you sink your teeth into this decadent perfection.
Next up, we have creamy caramel truffles. We suggest sprinkling these with a touch of sea-salt to add some extra indulgence!
Never buy Reese's Peanut Butter Cups again! These truffles combine the salty-sweetness you love with homemade elegance. A must have for any occasion!
5. White Chocolate Orange Creamsicle Truffles
What could be more perfect for summer than combining your favorite ice cream with a chocolate truffle?
Personally, I don't think there's anything more indulgent than the pairing of rich coffee with creamy dark chocolate. What's not to love about these espresso truffles?
Beautiful, trendy, and delicious -- we guarantee that these green tea truffles will be a hit wherever you take them! Just don't forget to share!
We know Nutella is perfect plain, but why not mix things up and try these magnificent truffles? We promise your taste buds will thank you!
Who says chocolate truffles have to be bad for you? Put your guilt (and your cravings) to rest with these super simple, three-ingredient truffles!
Last, but not least, try these perfectly creamy, incredibly indulgent white chocolate truffles. Roll the final products in toasted coconut if you're feeling adventurous!