Chocolate Ganache Truffles
A fun way to use Biscoff spread, these truffles are a melt-in-your-mouth combination of dark chocolate and warming spices. Get the recipe!
Bonbon Jovi Truffles
Starting with a can't-go-wrong combination of smooth peanut butter and chocolate, these truffles get a snappy "pop" from Rice Krispies. Get the recipe!
The brigadeiro is a chocolate truffle-like candy popular in Brazil. They're easy to make, incredibly rich and can be eaten straight up or used as a topping on other pastries. Get the recipe!
These truffles start with a rosemary and orange-infused ganache that uses 66% chocolate, which falls somewhere between semi-sweet and bittersweet chocolate. The result is great—the chocolates has a nice earthy flavor from the herb, a bright citrus finish, and a rich chocolate to support the combination. Get the recipe!
Carrot Cake Truffles
If your special someone loves cake, don't save these truffles for Easter. Mixing dense carrot cake with cream cheese to form a decadent filling then adding a coating of high-quality white chocolate makes a sweet they're sure to love. Get the recipe!
Chocolate and Black Pepper Goat Cheese Truffles
In these elegant treats, soft goat cheese, dark chocolate, coarsely ground black pepper, and flaky sea salt are mixed together and rolled in bitter cocoa powder to finish. They aren't over the top sweet but they're plenty chocolaty. Get the recipe!