Home Recipes Quick and Delicious Chocolate Truffles By writerredtriDecember 15, 2012 Search more like this kid-friendlyready-to-eatchocolatecoatcreamairtight-containercocoa-powderheavy-creamshavepowdered-sugaraluminumtruffleplatterfoil Read next Recipes These Live Cams of Polar Bear Cubs Will Brrrring a Smile to Your Face Recipes Take & Bake Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits Are Here to Save Dinnertime Recipes ALDI’s Full List of Advent Calendars Is Here & We Can’t Wait for November Recipes Your Kids Will Be the Cutest Cotton-Headed Ninny Muggins in These “Elf” PJs Recipes 11 Cities That You HAVE to Visit in the Winter Chocolate truffles are much easier to make than most people think. In fact, they are so simple, my kid has the ingredients and process memorized. Given the time of year, it’s kind of nice to have these lying around. A unique addition to a cookie platter or part of an after dinner dessert. For the chocoholics out there, these are a dream come true. Makes 20 to 30 depending on size – never enoughIngredients: 12 oz. semi-sweet bittersweet chocolate chips or a chocolate bar finely shaved or chopped 3/4 cup heavy cream Coating of choice: We used cocoa powder and powdered sugar Method: 1. Bring cream to just a boil in a small saucepan. Remove from heat and pour over chocolate and stir until chocolate and cream are incorporated and the mixture is glossy 2. Cover and refrigerate for 2-3 hours, until chocolate is firm 3. Scoop the chocolate with a teaspoon or tablespoon and roll into balls of desired size. Place on aluminum foil or waxed paper 4. Toss each truffle in coating of choice. Refrigerate until ready to eat…or eat right away Good to know: You can store these in a refrigerated airtight container for up to 2 weeks. Bring to room temperature before serving. This is a guest post from our friends Simran and Stacie at a Little Yumminess. Be sure to visit their blog for more fab, kid-friendly recipes!