I have no shame in indulging my sweet tooth during the holidays, and these Homemade Mocha Chocolate Truffles do just that! This post is part of the Handmade Holidays Food blog hop, so be sure to check out the other amazing posts and wonderful sponsors towards the end of this post. A special thank you to Buttons Galore and More for providing the cool Christmas buttons!
Ah… chocolate truffles are some of my favorite things to eats. Well honestly, I love any chocolate truffle, but these mocha chocolate truffles just make life better, even if it’s just for a brief moment. This post was supposed to go up last week to be a part of the Handmade Holidays Food Blog Hop, but my beloved computer crashed in the middle of writing it. It was stressful. Needless to say, I might have indulged in many of these truffles, you know, to soothe the pain.
The best thing about these truffles is that they are ridiculously easy to make. The truffles themselves are made of three ingredients, chocolate, heavy cream and coffee. Yup, three of my favorite things.
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- semi-sweet chocolate chips
- instant coffee
- heavy cream
- dutch processed cocoa powder
- double boiler
- small melon baller
- baking dish
- Disco Dust edible glitter
- Holiday sprinkles
- Clear Cello Bags
- Christmas Buttons
All you need to do is melt chocolate, heavy cream and coffee powder together in a double boiler. You can use a microwave if you want, it is faster, but I like to be able to keep an eye on the melting chocolate, that’s why I prefer the double boiler. Once the chocolate mix is melted, pour it into a shallow baking dish and stick in the fridge for 60 – 90 minutes to firm up. Scoop up the chocolate using a small melon baller or just a teaspoon and roll into a ball. It gets kind of messy at this point, but it’s worth it. Work quickly so your chocolate doesn’t melt all over your hands. Roll the truffle in Dutch processed cocoa to coat and sprinkle with Disco Dust edible glitter or holiday jimmies. Keep in refrigerator or freezer until ready to serve.
It’s super easy to package these truffles. Grab a cello bag and drop in a few truffles. Tie with a ribbon and string on some jingle bells and these adorable Christmas buttons from Buttons Galore and More.
Let’s eat more chocolate!
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