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How to Make Brownie Truffles: Simple, Fun and Delicious!

How to Make Brownie Truffles: Simple, Fun and Delicious!

Wondering what to do with those leftover brownies? Or perhaps you’ve baked a new brownie recipe that didn’t quite work out? Don’t worry, because we have just the solution: brownie truffles!

This straightforward recipe works just as well, whether your brownies are freshly baked or a few days old.

Here’s what you’ll need

  • 5 cups of crumbled brownies
  • ½ cup of double cream
  • 70g of chopped dark chocolate
  • 250g of melted chocolate
  • Caramel for the filling
  • Any other toppings you fancy

Making brownie truffles

Ready to get baking?

  1. Begin by heating your double cream in a pan. When it’s nice and hot, pour it over your chopped dark chocolate and combine the two ingredients together.
  2. Combine the resulting mixture with your brownie pieces. Combined, the mixture should be fudge-like and easily moldable.
  3. Take pieces of the mixture and shape them into balls – the size is up to you!
  4. Next, press the balls to flatten them slightly. Then, add a small amount of caramel and shape your brownie mixture around it.
  5. With the filling secure inside its new home, take your truffle and dip it into the melted chocolate.
  6. You’re done! Simply allow the truffles to set at room temperature until they’re a little firmer.

Pretty straightforward, right? This recipe really is a doddle, but the resulting truffles are absolutely to die for. Why not give it a go?

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Nancy Mercala

Brand & Sales Manager Nancy has been with Cakehead for three years and is a bubbly member of the team. Starting out studying food marketing management at university, she is now our brand and sales manager. No two days are the same, and she enjoys the wide variety of tasks. Her favourite cake is the caramel crispie.