Dark Ganache Truffles

Dark Ganache Truffles are among those quick snacks you can make when you have kids who are forever in want of a chocolate fix. The last time I made those Chocolate Truffles, I made these as well in on go.

My boys wouldn’t wait for the ganache to set and then I had to make equal numbers for all three. IInvariablyKonda complains she can never find her share beyond a day. Both those Truffles and these got over within a day, though I had made a huge batch. I was supposed to make some more chocolate dishes with the batch I had. But then something came up and I never did.

I let you in a secret with you! I always store ganache and kids never know about it.

Dark Ganache Truffles

This is part of the Kids Delight themed on chocolates for week 1. We are already in our BM#74, Can you believe its just a month away from our Aprile Mega BM and I have been like a headless chicken running around, still trying to get my list in place.

I am at least happy to some extent that this weeks theme is something easy for me to make, even while asleep!

Dark Ganache Truffles

1 cup Dark Chocolate Compound
1/4 cup Milk Chocolate Compound
1 cup Fresh Cream
1/4 cup Cocoa Powder

Chop the chocolate compounds, take in an MW safe bowl. Microwave for a minute.
Whisk with a spatula to mix, MW again for a minute. Add the cream, MW for another minute.
Whisk again and MWΒ for another minute. Bring to room temperature and refrigerate for a couple of hours.
Once it sets, use a scooper and scoop out balls, roll each in cocoa powder and serve.

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Dark Ganache Truffles
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Rating: 5
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Course Desserts
Cuisine French
By Cook Method Microwave
Occasion Party
By Diet Kid Friendly
Servings
Course Desserts
Cuisine French
By Cook Method Microwave
Occasion Party
By Diet Kid Friendly
Servings
Votes: 2
Rating: 5
You:
Rate this recipe!
Instructions
  1. Chop the chocolate compounds, take in an MW safe bowl. Microwave for a minute.
  2. Whisk with a spatula to mix, MW again for a minute. Add the cream, MW for another minute.
  3. Whisk again and MW for another minute. Bring to room temperature and refrigerate for a couple of hours.
  4. Once it sets, use a scoop and scoop out balls, roll each in cocoa powder and serve.
Recipe Notes

I mostly follow a ratio of 2:1 Chocolate with Cream for my truffles. Sometimes I use butter as well.

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Sending this to my Kid’s Delight event, guest hosted by Kalyani, themed on Chocolates.

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13 comments

  1. Every time I see a chocolate recipe on your blog, I wonder if it is possible to have so many chocolate recipes and the next time, you have another one! It looks stunning. And those spoons look so pretty….please adopt me πŸ˜‰

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