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Chocolate Biscoff Truffles

Serious Eats Carrie Vasios Mullins 2 comments

Another fun way to use Biscoff spread, these truffles are a melt-in-your-mouth combination of dark chocolate and warming spices. More

Chocolate Covered Chocolates

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Let's get one thing straight. There is nothing necessary about coating your Valentine's Day chocolates with more chocolate. But oh, does it ever taste good. More

Ghost Truffles

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This Halloween, let your cake rest in pieces--mixed with frosting and coated in white chocolate, of course--to form Ghost Truffles! More

Truffle Brownies

Serious Eats Nick Malgieri Post a comment

Though you could add walnuts or pecans, this is one brownie variation that I prefer without nuts so that nothing obscures that fudgy, truffle-y flavor and texture. More

Cakespy: Chocolate Covered Potato Kisses

Serious Eats cakespy 11 comments

Turns out, potato is a surprisingly versatile candy filling, working very well with a variety of flavors and textures and making for a texture that is surprisingly creamy. This recipe for Potato Kisses is rich with sweetened coconut. And of course, like so many things, it's even better with a rich coating of dark chocolate. More

Cakespy: Truffle-Stuffed Cupcakes

Serious Eats cakespy 9 comments

Chocolate cupcakes are pretty great. But there's a way to make them even better: stuff 'em with truffles. We originally got the idea from Reddit. It's an easy and quick addition: simply drop a chocolate truffle in each treat before baking. The rewards are many. More

Cakespy: Carrot Cake Truffles

Serious Eats cakespy 11 comments

Composed of dense carrot cake mixed with cream cheese to form a decadent filling, a coating of high-quality white chocolate adds a sweet finish, making for a hoppy, er, happy eating experience. Even if you don't capture the Easter Bunny, your happiness is pretty much guaranteed. More

Chocolate Ganache Truffles

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French in a Flash (New Year's): Black Truffle Pasta

Serious Eats Kerry Saretsky 2 comments

Black truffle pasta: I love the gluttony of it. It feels extravagant, but it neither breaks the bank nor your back. And, with any luck, it is a preview of the riches to come in the new year. More

Cakespy: Bonbon Jovi Truffles

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Bonbon Jovi Truffles: they may be slippery when wet, but they don't give love a bad name. More

Rosemary Truffles

Serious Eats Jenny McCoy 11 comments

Chocolate truffles are incredibly easy to make and can be flavored with just about anything. This recipe combines a rosemary and orange-infused ganache with 66% chocolate. The truffles have a nice earthy flavor from the herb, a bright citrus finish, and a rich chocolate to support the combination. More

At Home with The Culinary Institute of America: Chocolate Truffles

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 10 comments

[Photograph: Robyn Lee] As much as I'd like to believe that Valentine's Day is a day to celebrate love, for many of us, it's really all about the chocolates. Whether it's the big box of Godiva or a Whitman's sampler... More

French in a Flash: Truffled Macaroni Gratin

Serious Eats Kerry Saretsky 14 comments

[Photographs: Kerry Saretsky] I have a New Year tradition. A bottle of champagne and truffles. I have both every year—I think it brings good fortune to have fortunate food on the first of the year. This year, it will be... More

Serious Chocolate: Brazilian Brigadeiros

Serious Eats Melody Kramer 22 comments

The brigadeiro is a chocolate truffle-like candy named after a Brazilian air force leader who ran for president several times during the 1940s. During his campaign, Brazilian women raised money for him by selling sweet chocolate balls made with condensed milk, and called them brigadeiros for short. More

Cook the Book: Salted Caramel-Bittersweet Chocolate Truffles

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 1 comment

When I was 16 years old I had a giant crush on this guy who was a few years older than me and pretty much perfect in my young punk rock-obsessed mind. When Valentine's Day rolled around I decided that the best way for me to let him know how I felt was to make him a batch of chocolate truffles—I was confident that these truffles would turn out so delicious that he wouldn't be able to resist me. Despite my lack of candy making experience, the truffles turned out pretty well. I lovingly wrapped them and went to meet my crush. More

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