Tasty Rainbow Chocolate Truffles

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These Truffles will just make your day!

This recipe is a real artwork! You don’t need baking utensils here. Only your hands for mixing and kneading!
My kids love these Rainbow Chocolate Truffles. They’re tasty and mouthwatering. Try them this Easter Holiday and make your family blissful!

The process is very easy and fast. You only need the colored cake crumbs and a few other items for decoration and you are set to go! If you are in love with colorful stuff, these rainbow chocolate truffles will make your day!





Try this recipe today and you will surely fall for it over and over again!

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Tasty Rainbow Chocolate Truffles Recipe

Ingredients

  • Colored cake crumbs
  • Icing/Frosting
  • White melting chocolate
  • Colored Sanding Sugar

Instructions

  1. You will need red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple cake crumbs, in 6 different bowls. Add a small amount of icing to each different colour and mix with your hands until you have a playdough consistency. Take a small amount of each colour and press each of them together to form one ball. Set it on parchment paper, and repeat until all of the crumbs are formed into truffles.


  2. Put the tray of truffles into the freezer for about 20-30 mins. In the meantime, melt your white chocolate. When the truffles are frozen, bring them back out and place one into the melted chocolate. Make sure you cover the entire ball. Using a spoon or chocolate tool, place the truffle onto the parchment paper, and allow to harden.


  3. Once the truffles are all completely coloured, you can pipe a design onto the top of them using the melted chocolate in a piping bag. Before the chocolate hardens again, sprinkle the sanding sugar onto the tops of the truffle.


  4. Happy Baking!

Recipe Notes

Recipe from: cookiescupcakesandcardio.com

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