Decadent Chocolate Raspberry Truffles are an easy candy that make a wonderful hostess or teacher gift. Or make them just for you and your family.
This recipe is a variation on the classic Oreo Truffle. You can use vanilla or chocolate cookies, or any flavor variation you choose. The batter is very soft, so you don't want to leave them out of the fridge for a long time unless you dip them in chocolate melting wafers.
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Chocolate Raspberry Truffles
- 1 cup semisweet chocolate chips
- 1 8 ounce package cream cheese, softened
- 36-48 vanilla or chocolate wafers with creme (finely crushed)
- ⅓ cup seedless raspberry jam
- toppings such as finely chopped almonds, coconut, cocoa powder, chocolate sprinkles or chocolate melting wafers
- Melt chocolate chips until completely melted and smooth. Allow cooling slightly.
- In a large mixing bowl, combine melted chocolate, cream cheese and raspberry jelly. Fold in cookie crumbs being sure to coat all the crumbs thoroughly.
- Cover and refrigerate 3 to 4 hours or until firm.
- Roll by tablespoonful into a ball then roll in the topping(s) of your choice. Store in the refrigerator.
Love chocolate and raspberry together and how easy these are to make.
Chocolate and Raspberry are a match made in heaven.
I often make truffles at the holidays but I've never made chocolate raspberry before, sounds awesome!
Oooh, those sound delectable! The chocolate and raspberry together are so good too.
Inger @ Art of Natural Liivng
I made some "fall" truffles earlier this year. Such a fun treat!
My truffles never look that good. The flavors you combined sound so good. I love the so creamy insides!