Friday, January 9, 2009

Easy truffles to die for


Since I can't do much of anything right now with my back, I thought I would share a simple and very easy way to make truffles. I wish I had taken a picture of the box my sweet dil gave us after she finishes them, but she sent me the picture she had. They are all the same, but she uses different flavors and different colored dribbles on them. I made some 2 years ago and take my word for it, the hardest part is the dipping.


Ingredients:

1 box cake mix (any flavor you like)

1 can frosting (flavor of cake mix)

chocolate melts or almond bark.


Bake the cake according to directions and let cool.

Crumble the cake up and mix with icing. I chilled

mine to make it easier to roll into 1 inch balls, then

chilled again.

Melt chocolate according to directions and dip the

balls and lay them on wax paper so they lay flat.

Melt a different color of chocolate melts and dribble

over the balls. After drying, trim away the dribbles

like you see in the photo and there you have it.

You can also try putting a cherry inside the ball or

finely chopped nuts. Heidi has used every kind of

cake mix available and everyone loves them.

Thank you Heidi for letting me share this with my

blogger friends. Love and Hugs, Pat

11 comments:

Ele at abitofpinkheaven said...

Wow! That's a lot of truffles. They sound yummy. Thank you for your nice comments on my blog. I really appreciate the things you say. Hope your back starts feeling better.

The Urban Chic said...

Thanks so much Ele. I will know more on Monday. Got an injection earlier and it's keeping me awake, but then I laid in the bed most of the day. Hugs, Pat

Carol said...

Pat,
Those look so good! I will have to save that and let Vic and her boyfriend make them for me LOL they like to cook and well you know me.....
Hope you are feeling better.
Love you

IsabellasCloset said...

Pat, What great looking truffles..
I just bet they are so good.
Hope you are having a lovely day!
Hugs & much love ~Mary~ :-}

Susie Harris said...

Of my wordy.... they look so yummy. I think I just gained the few pounds Im trying to lose, hehe. Thanks for the recipe. I will be sure to try this one AFTER blissdom. Hope your back is feeling much better. Take care my friend!

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sandisstuff said...

Hi Pat - I had read your comment on Amy's blog about nobody following your blog - so my dear I am now following your blog. I enjoyed reading about making truffles and will have to try it one day - they look absolutely yummy. I would love it if you would follow my blog as well as I am fairly new at blogging too but I do enjoy it. I wish you the best with your back pain and hope 2009 is a wonderful year for you.

Hugs - Sandi

Mary said...

Hello Pat, Chocolate truffles, I will be right over :) Sorry about your back, hope the Dr. can get it to feeling better. Is it the Cortisone shot? Love all you vintage goodies,the kitty is so cute...
I saved some of Brandy's Valentines,think I still have a box she made? I love the wonderful art on the old cards.I put some of my old post cards ( in clear sleeves)so I could flip through them. Take care and feel better soon. Hugs, Mary:)

a-bohemian-market said...

WOW!!! I only need a few of them sent my way : ) They look scrumptious!!!
I hope you back is getting better because I know what back pain is.
Take it slow and move carefully
Peace
carole
my New blog is:
http://a-bohemian-market.typepad.com

The Urban Chic said...

Thanks everyone and I wish I could some to all of you. Sandi, love all your esty stuff.
Well as they say here in the south, I'm fixin to take a shower for my drs. appt. I hope I can avoid surgery for a little longer. Love and Hugs, to all of you. Pat

Julie said...

no-no-no...I am on a diet!

Okay - so I probably posted the best and funniest post I have ever done on my blog...my riding lesson photographed! ..and don't laugh so loud that I might hear you!

Have a great week!