Well, here it is, the delicious truffle recipe I promised you in my last post. I waited until my husband was off to his annual physical exam and blood draw appointment before setting to work. I wouldn’t want to be the source of his temptation!
I found this recipe years ago in a Bon Appetit magazine and held onto it for quite awhile thinking it would be hard. On the contrary, these truffles are so easy to make and so delicious. I’ve linked up the recipe and instructions at the end of this post so let’s just go right to some visuals to draw you in . . .
Six simple ingredients.
Ready to begin cooking!
And voila! Pretty simple right? Okay, I’ve skipped a bunch of steps but I’m in a hurry to get done before hubby gets home!
Can you smell the aroma of your favorite tea steeping?
Can you imagine how it would taste with a bite of rich, sweet chocolate? If only we had an entire afternoon to sit and chat over these delectable goodies . . .SIGH!!!
I put one of each kind of truffle into these cute little ziplock bags and tied them up with a ribbon. I’ll spread the love with some very special friends. Is it wrong to tempt friends? I don’t think so, as long as they are women. Women NEED chocolate, you know.
For the recipe and full instructions just click on the link below:
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. How do you show the special people in your life how much they mean to you? Gifts, time, acts of service? For me, words are one of the most important ways of expressing love, and loving words received from others are powerful . . . sometimes even life changing.
I am so blessed with all the wonderful people God has put in my life to love . . . and who have loved me back!
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