• Julie

    This is great. I’ve been looking for a recipe for truffles, thanks.

    • Hi Julie, that is awesome. Do tell me how it went when you do. 🙂

  • You do realize that I do not need any more excuses / reasons to indulge in chocolate. LOL 🙂

    • Hi Cheryl, Hee, hee… yeah, don’t we all? 🙂

  • Doreen Pendgracs

    You know you’ll always catch my attention with the word, “chocolate” don’t you, Susan? Those truffles do sound good and easy. But I must tell you. The best truffles I have ever eaten were made with real whipping cream. Now that’s decadent!

    • Hi Doreen, I knwe I would… LOL. I have a recipe for truffles that uses cream and It is to die for. Who knows, you may see another posted in the future. :-))

  • OMG. Yum. The key to any chocolate candy recipe for me is not eat it before I’m done! Can’t wait to try your recipe! Well-written post.

    • Hi Intricate Knot, Boy howdy… me too!! Let me know what you think when you do. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by. :-))

  • Jon Jefferson

    It has been quite a long time since I have done truffles. Fun recipe to play with.

  • Jeannette Paladino

    I die for truffles. I could eat the ones in your photos right off the computer!

    • Hi Jeannette. Yeah me too!!! I do love this. They didn’t last long after I didn’t my photographs of them… LOL

  • ginavalley

    These sound so great! I want some right now. Definitely going to give them a try soon!

    • Hi Gina, They are really fun to make. The bad part is they are really hard to resist… LOL

  • Those look REALLY good. Truffles are on my list of all-time chocolate favorites!

    • Hi Jeri, Me too!!! You must give them a try. They are so addictive. 🙂

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  • My boyfriend is a chocolate addict…He’ll love them for sure :)..Thanks for recipe, Susan!

    • Hi Laura, Then he will LOVE these. Have fun making them and let me know how he liked them. :-)))

  • Catarina Alexon

    Yummy, Susan. Besides they look fantatic!

    • Hi Catarina, They really are and thank you. The pictures were fun to stage and take. Then I ate them… hee, hee. 🙂

  • Laura Sherman

    Wow, I love it! This would be great to try with my children. Thank you!

    • Hi Laura, These really fun to make. Kids love rolling them in the decorative sugars. 🙂

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  • The one with the nuts looks especially appealing to me.

    • Hi Leora, They are one of my favorites too… :-). Of course I do like them all for different reasons. :-)))

  • Bit late commenting Susan. I love dark chocolate truffles and these look delicious. There is a small business I know of that makes them and the only problem is you can’t stop eating them.

    • Hey there Susan, You are so right about not being able to stop eating them. it is a problems… LOL. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    I love how these look with the sprinkles!

    • Hi Krystle, They are just so fun to make. Give then a try. You will love them. 🙂

  • Morgan@Eat Right Newsletter

    Yum! This recipe is very similar to the one I “stole” from my mother! I like to chop up raspberries and put them into mine sometimes!

    • Hi Morgan, I do lose good truffles and this just so easy to make. Adding raspberries sounds really good. 🙂

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  • Glynis Jolly

    When I lived in Michigan, I made rum balls for the company parties where my husband worked.I didn’t really make all of them with rum though. I’d substitute coffee, brandy, and good old milk. This is what I thought of while I copied your recipe from truffles. 😉

    • I remember making those as well Glynis. I’m glad this brought back some fun memories for you. What is your favorite flavor? 🙂

      • Glynis Jolly

        Coffee, what else would it be. 😀