With Valentine's Day coming up, try making espresso truffles – a fun and easy homemade treat featuring the bold rich taste of fresh espresso. Forget the fuss – we'll guide you through this culinary journey utilizing a few simple ingredients. They say you can’t rush a work of art and these truffles are no different, take your time, trust the process and you will love the results. Making truffles is not only enjoyable but also a chance to connect and savor the moments together with your partner or Galentine. Once you’ve mastered this truffle recipe, we hope it will become a Valentine’s Day indulgence that is enjoyed with loved ones for many years to come!
Love them now, love them later! Store your truffles in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to one week.
Want to make “tipsy truffles”? Substitute espresso for 2 shots of your favorite whiskey or coffee liqueur.
Feeling nutty? Instead of cocoa powder, roll the truffle balls in crushed hazelnuts, peanuts, or almonds.
Is it getting hot in here? Another alternative to cocoa powder is cinnamon for a little extra zing.
Did you know that you can have your truffles and drink them too? Prepare your morning latte by adding 1 -2 truffles in your Ember Mug 2 before you add your coffee. Stir with a silicone spoon until fully mixed and then add your frothed milk for a fun and easy truffle mocha.
We guarantee that these espresso truffles will have you and your loved ones head over heels in chocolatey coffee bliss.