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Chocolate truffles: How to make white chocolate coconut truffles

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Chocolate truffles

Let’s make some white chocolate truffles shall we? Here’s how to make this tasty treat!

White chocolate coconut truffles

Serving size: 11 units

Cooking time: 25 min

Ingredients:

  • 3.5 Oz/100 g white chocolate
  • 3.5 Oz/100 g coconut condensed milk
  • 3.5 Oz/100 g fine dessicated coconut, plus extra for garnish
  • 10/12 Almonds

Instructions:

In a small bowl melt white chocolate using a Bain Marie technique

Add coconut condensed milk and combine until smooth. 

Add fine desiccated coconut and mix all together. Let it set in the freezer for 15 minutes to harden.

Scoop the mixture into small balls and place a whole almond in the center of each ball. Garnish the balls with some extra desiccated coconut.

Yield: 11

Chocolate truffles: How to make white chocolate coconut truffles

Chocolate truffles: How to make white chocolate coconut truffles
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes

Ingredients

  • 3.5 Oz/100 g white chocolate
  • 3.5 Oz/100 g coconut condensed milk
  • 3.5 Oz/100 g fine dessicated coconut, plus extra for garnish
  • 10/12 Almonds

Instructions

    1. In a small bowl melt white chocolate using a Bain Marie technique
    2. Add coconut condensed milk and combine until smooth. 
    3. Add fine desiccated coconut and mix all together. Let it set in the freezer for 15 minutes to harden.
    4. Scoop the mixture into small balls and place a whole almond in the center of each ball. Garnish the balls with some extra desiccated coconut.

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