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11 chocolate truffle recipes to add to your choco-lection

11 chocolate truffle recipes to add to your choco-lection

Chocolate is my go-to treat for desserts. Who can say no to its iconic sweetness and creaminess? They taste oh-so heavenly!

One of the best things about chocolate is its versatility. Also, it goes well with other ingredients! 

As a chocolate lover, I’ve tried to push this ingredient to its limit and created numerous chocolate-inspired snacks and desserts such as chocolate popcorn, banana-chocolate chip muffin, German cookies, choco-chip pecan cookies, chocolate macaroons, and so much more. 

My recent additions to my choco-lection are these eleven chocolate truffle recipes. 

Before I found them online, I’d been thinking about how to make truffles like a pro. Now that I have these in my recipe box, I can confidently make them anytime, anywhere with ease! 

1. No-bake chocolate truffles

This fantastic recipe brings together luxurious chocolate and smoky caramel notes from the Medjool dates, ultimately combined with the crunchiness of hazelnuts. 

These truffles will satisfy your sweet tooth without making you feel guilty. 

Apart from being a  great dessert, they’re perfect as a gift for your friends who love chocolates too. 

Find full details of this recipe here.

2. German chocolate truffles

These German chocolate truffles are dainty sweets that are ideal for parties and holiday gifts. They also serve as one of my guilty pleasures after a long day at work!

The chocolate chips blend well with other saccharine ingredients such as milk and butter, creating another level of sweetness and creaminess to the truffles. 

Here’s the recipe. 

3. Kahlua chocolate truffles

Christmas season is just around the corner. That only means of these things – truffle partayy! 

Impress your guests and family with these Kahlua chocolate truffles. 

The secret ingredient for this recipe is Kahlua that adds a hint of boozy note to the dessert.

Get the full details of the recipe here. 

4. Salted almond fudge truffles

The exquisite combination of chocolate and almond makes the flavor of these delectable fudge truffles a topnotch!

Plus, the dessert is easy to put together and has ingredients that you might already have on hand. 

Don’t forget to sprinkle a little bit of salt!

Check out the recipe here. 

5. Dark chocolate boozy truffles

If you’re looking for a dessert that can add some boozy variations to your holiday, this dark chocolate truffles recipe is the next big thing!

It only requires four ingredients to put together: chocolate, heavy cream, and some chopped nuts as toppings. 

Wait, no available nuts in the kitchen? No problem. Substitute them with toffee or jimmies!

Here’s the recipe.

6. Chocolate orange truffles

You won’t believe how easy it is to make these chocolate orange truffles! And they’re incredibly satisfying!

Rolled in sugar and cocoa, this dessert gives a unique appearance that just stands out at your next get-together. 

And the combo of chocolate, orange, and heavy cream offers an exciting taste that is also so addicting.

Find the full details of the recipe here. 

7. Baileys truffles

You’ve been warned: These Baileys truffles are so indulgent and creamy!

The blend of dark and milk chocolate goes well with double cream and Baileys, resulting in a sweet and boozy note. 

If you’re looking for a sweet treat for your next party, this dessert is for you!

Here’s the recipe.

8. Strawberry white chocolate truffles

Planning to merge chocolate and strawberry? That must be worth indulging!

Behold, the strawberry white chocolate truffles. If you haven’t tried it, you’re missing it big time! 

This must-have dessert is a total winner for the next party. And oh…they’re perfect as a gift for your special someone too!

Learn how to make this delectable treat here.

9. Peppermint chocolate truffles

How about we add a bit of mint and excitement to our party table? 

This peppermint chocolate truffles recipe mixes coconut milk, oil, chocolate chips, and peppermint extract. Don’t these ingredients just sound divine?

And there are many coating options for this treat. You can coat them with cocoa powder, salt, dark chocolate, or even chopped nuts!

Check out the recipe here. 

10. Martha Washington candy

Who can forget the nostalgic taste of Martha Washington candy? 

It’s one of my favorite chocolate candy recipes that I usually look up every Christmas. If you’re a big fan, well, you get to have a new darling!

You don’t need to wait for Christmas to enjoy this tasty treat. Make them at home anytime, anywhere, all thanks to this recipe!

11. Tiramisu truffles

I always miss eating Tiramisu truffles in an Italian restaurant. They’re simply tasty and addicting!

Are you missing them too? How about if we make one at home? 

Experience all the wonderful Tiramisu flavor wrapped in a little ball of chocolate with this tiramisu truffles recipe. 

The espresso in the mixture is enough to bring that rich coffee flavor of this dessert. However, if you want to add more, sprinkling some ground coffee on top is a choice you can’t ignore.

Check out the recipe here

The bottom line

There are tons of truffles recipes out there to try. But these eleven chocolate truffle recipes are my favorites. And with good reason.

Whether you serve them at your next holiday or even use them as gifts to your friends, these treats will never let you down for their indulgent taste and mouth-watering appearance. 

Chocolate truffle recipes

Chocolate truffle recipes

11 delectable chocolate truffle recipes that you must have in your recipe box


  • No-bake chocolate truffles
  • German chocolate truffles
  • Kahlua chocolate truffles
  • Salted almond fudge truffles
  • Dark chocolate boozy truffles
  • Chocolate orange truffles
  • Baileys truffles
  • Strawberry white chocolate truffles
  • Peppermint chocolate truffles
  • Martha Washington candy
  • Tiramisu truffles


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