Recipe by white_angel
"This is an easy recipe for deliciously rich cookie truffles."
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1 (8 ounce) package
cream cheese, softened
2 1/4 cups
semisweet chocolate chips
I'm not a big cookie dough fan, but these looked good, and I was intrigued by the cream cheese. They were good! I used a wooden spoon and hand mixed, and it was pretty difficult to mix in the flour. I had to use my hands to mix at the end, and so I left out the last 1/4 cup of flour just because I was getting tired of mixing. They weren't too sticky when I rolled them into balls. I froze as stated, and they were very easy to dip; I used chocolate almond bark. DS thought they needed a tad more salt to taste like real cookie dough. I made some 2 inch balls and some 1 inch; I prefer the 1 inch, as they are very sweet, and I like the smaller bites. Made for Recipe Group selection.
Really surprised by how easy these chocolate chip cookie dough truffles were to make. I scaled this recipe and only made 1/4 of a batch which yielded 14 truffles. To form the truffles, I used my tablespoon size cookie scoop. I used mini-chocolate chips inside the truffles. Instead of using confectionery chocolate, I melted 1/2 cup of regular chocolate chips and 1 tablespoon of shortening in the microwave and dipped the frozen truffles. I sprinkled almonds and red and pink candy Valentine hearts over the tops of the truffles before the coating hardened. Thank you, white_angel for sharing your delicious recipe!
Recipe Group: Yum yum! Very rich and delicious. I made the 'dough' part (used mini chocolate chips), refrigerated overnight, then formed balls and froze overnight. For the chocolate coating I melted plain old milk chocolate chips...it took a whole bag to dip a half recipe.
Made this for Recipe Group...These were VERY good! I halved the recipe but only added about 3/4 cup flour b/c I didn't want it o be too 'floury' tasting. Doing that did make these a little bit stickier to roll, but they worked fine. Very easy to make, and I really liked the little tang from the cream cheese. My little taste testers loved them! I'm not usually a huge fan of cookie dough things, but I really enjoyed these and will def be making them again! Thanks for sharing :)
Super easy and super delicious. The one thing I think I will change is to add a little less flour next time - the texture is a bit firmer than I thought it should be. Bring the recipe if you take these to a party - you will be asked for it!
I made a half-batch and they turned out beautifully. I used chocolate-flavored almond bark in place of the confectioner's chocolate, with just a few semi-sweet morsels melted in for that classic chocolate chip cookie taste. Very tasty, but one is more than enough for me! They will be devoured at our Christmas party.
I thought this was a great recipe and I received great feedback from the various people I shared them with on Valentine's Day. The only change I made to the recipe was to decrease the flour by 1/4 cup. I got 35 truffles out of the full recipe. They are very rich, but I feel they come very close to tasting like real chocolate chip cookie dough. Thanks for sharing this treat, white_angel!
Recipe Group Selection: 07, February 2015 ~ These were an easy treat to make and share with many people. Everyone liked them, but I personally didn't care for them. I should have gone with my instincts and used 1/4 cup less flour. The mixture was very thick to mix and I finally had to finish mixing with my hands. I rolled in to 36 balls and froze. They were very easy to dip and add sprinkles for Valentines Day. I used part of them for my Girl's Night Out treat and boxed the rest for friends and neighbors.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Truffles
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 119
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