~ These fudgy little s’mores truffles are rich and chocolate-y. With just under 5 ingredients, they are super easy to make and indulge! ~
Greetings from Denver airport! I’m on my way home after a short, but sweet trip to Chicago. I was there for a personal business (<- more on this later…), which only took 10 minutes of my time . The rest of the trip was up to me, so I did some shopping and visited with a good friend, who owns this awesome Trendy Nails salon. Yesterday, she spoiled me with full mani/pedi and delicious Mediterranean lunch at Olive Mediterranean Grill. If you’re in Evanston, IL area, I highly recommend checking out these two places. The nail salon is super clean and luxurious with talented and friendly staff. And steak shawarma at Olive is just to die for, so tender, juicy and delicious!
Well, being up since 2:45am this morning and even after 2 cups of coffee, I still feel quite dizzy. So I will keep this post pretty short.
It took me couple trials to perfect the recipe. First, I tried just three main s’mores ingredients, chocolate, marshmallows and graham crackers. Unfortunately, the truffles turned out too hard and super chewy. Not good, unless you’re into jaw workout. So instead of just melted chocolate, I switched to chocolate ganache. Bingo! A splash of cream kept the truffles nice and soft. These truffles are almost cross between fudge and truffles. Soft and smooth like truffles, yet rich and chocolate-y like fudge. Delicious!
And that drizzle of white chocolate is totally optional. I dressed them up with white chocolate for pictures. Besides, they look totally holiday-worthy this way, yes?
Enjoy the rest of the day, my friends. I’m planning to take a long nap this afternoon when I get home. 🙂
These fudgy little s’mores truffles are rich and chocolate-y. With just under 5 ingredients, they are super easy to make and indulge!
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