These make a perfect homemade gift or an easy make-ahead dessert and are great with a cup of tea or coffee. Whatever the occasion you will love these rich and chocolatey truffles.
What do I need ?
Original recipe yields 30 Servings
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125 g super wine biscuits
¼ cup desiccated coconut
¼ cup soft brown sugar
¼ cup slivered almonds, toasted
2 Tbsp cocoa
½ tsp Gregg's Ground Cinnamon
50 g dark or milk chocolate, broken into pieces
2 tsp golden syrup
50 g butter
½ egg, beaten
200 g dark chocolate, broken into pieces, for coating
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How do I make it ?
Crumb the biscuits in a food processor or use a rolling pin to crush into fine crumbs. In a mixing bowl, combine the biscuit crumbs, coconut, brown sugar, slivered almonds, cocoa and Gregg's Ground Cinnamon.
In a small saucepan over gentle heat melt the dark or milk chocolate with the golden syrup and butter. Alternatively microwave in 20 second bursts until melted. Stir and cool slightly before whisking in the egg.
Pour the mixture over the dry ingredients and mix well to combine.
Line a tray with baking paper. Roll the mixture into small balls. Use about ½ tablespoon of mixture per ball. Place on the tray and refrigerate until firm.*
For coating, place the dark chocolate in a bowl. Microwave in 20 second bursts until melted. Stir until smooth. Drop the balls one at a time into the chocolate to coat, using 2 forks lift the balls out of the chocolate and place on a clean sheet of baking paper. Refrigerate until set.
Kraft Kitchen Tips!
*Truffles can be frozen prior to dipping in chocolate. Freeze on trays. Once frozen store in an airtight container or resealable bags. Thaw in refrigerator as required, then dip in chocolate.
Switch It Up
Add a little grated orange zest to the mixture if wished.
Truffles can be rolled in cocoa, coconut or finely chopped nuts instead of dipping in chocolate.