After letting these truffles sit for awhile, they changed to a better consistency (started out as goo). The outside hardened up a bit (very nice!) but the inside was still creamy and not too hard. I took these to my family Christmas party and everyone loved them. I think everyone asked for this recipe! They are really, really rich, so you don't need a ton of them to satisfy your sweet-tooth.
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You could eat these with a spoon. I reduced the sugar and the chips to 2 cups each, as suggested by other reviewers. I divided the batch in half and I mixed in some toffee bits and vanilla in one batch (rolled them in the toffee bits) and I mixed almond extract with the second half and "rolled" them in candied almonds I ground to a powder. The batch with toffee and vanilla didn't taste good at all... I had a hard time coating them, didn't work to "roll" them... I had to smash the topping into them. Then I tried to dip one of the "truffles" in melted chocolate, and it all just turned to goo Maybe it would work better with more sugar and choclate chips as the recipe suggested? By the way, I used milk chocolate chips. They were very creamy, but my husband likened the "truffles" to pudding... I will not use this recipe again. Sorry to give such a bad review :(
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After letting these truffles sit for awhile, they changed to a better...