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Simple, four ingredient clotted cream chocolate truffles, rolled in a cocoa dusting for the ultimate decadent finish!
Now, truffles are a luxurious and delicious treat – but in reality, they are ridiculously easy to make – and it works out so much cheaper and better when you make them yourself at home compared to buying them.
I have already put up a different recipe of Amaretti, Pistachio & Rum Truffles which are super delicious and have a delightful crunch to them – but these ones? They only have FOUR ingredients, and two of those are types of chocolate!
I adore to have a little pot of truffles at home all of the time – they are the perfect bitesize treat and are so rich and full of flavour that its all you need to keep you going every now and again. Currently I have Biscoff truffles lining my shelf whom these beauties will be going shortly – my Christmas pudding truffles started taking over for a little bit!
Also, these would make the PERFECT Valentines treat for somebody… hint hint! Just find an old jar, or small box and put a few in some tissue paper – it will look so cute and lovely!
Clotted Cream Chocolate Truffles
- 100 g dark chocolate preferably 70% cocoa solids
- 100 g milk chocolate
- 227 g tub of clotted cream
- 1 tbsp cocoa powder sifted
- Melt the chocolates together in a bowl over a pan of simmering water (bain-marie) or in the microwave.
- Mix the tub of clotted cream into the chocolate mix and chill in the fridge for at least 4 hours, or even over night.
- Once chilled, use a melon baller or small scoop to create truffle balls or shapes and roll each of them in the sifted cocoa powder until completely covered
- Chill in the fridge again for a few more hours as the mixture would have softened considerably after rolling and then serve or package cutely as a present!
- I find it easier to shape my truffles with a melon baller as I find them the perfect size truffles - if you don't have one however you could try using two teaspoons to get the right amount - and then rolling them in your hands to create a ball shape.
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