Tuesday, 23 December 2008

Chocolate Truffles

I've done a different kind of crafting today...I made whisky, ginger and chocolate truffles!
Here's the recipe:
250g plain chocolate
95g unsalted butter
95g ginger biscuits
2tbsp whisky
cocoa powder
chopped walnuts (optional)

Just melt the chocolate and butter together in a bowl over hot water, add the whisky, crush the biscuits in a plastic bag with a rolling pin and mix everything together!
Put the mixture in the fridge for a couple of hours before rolling small pieces into balls and dipping in cocoa powder. I also rolled some in icing sugar and chopped walnuts.
Keep them in the fridge.

19 comments:

crissi said...

yummy

The Joy of Nesting said...

I Love to come and visit it always make me feel warm and comfortable!! I also wanted to thank you for the time you spend on your challenge Blog :c) I decided that I was going to make time in the new year to enter into the frey :c)

Please have a wonderful Christmas and remember to slow down enough to make beautiful memories!!

Pattie :c)
Mazatlan Mexico

pammyjo said...

They look delicious! Have a Merry Christmas and truly wonderful new year! :o)

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

Wiping the drool off my keyboard...thank you very much! I am still thinking about your lovely soldered organza :) Ho Ho Ho

LaY hOoN said...

Yum..yum...
Wish you Merry Christmas

Viola said...

Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas, Linda!!
And a wonderful creative 2009, my dear! :o)

Cat said...

And you cook creativly too!!!

Wishing you a blessed Merry Christmas!

May your new year continue to be full of wonderful creations and love!

Smiles, Cat

KathrynAntyr said...

Merry Christmas to you my dear one. I have a present for you on my blog. Swing by when you get a moment.

{soul hugs}
k

Jaqi said...

Ooh these sound wonderful, I will give them a try when i get over yesterdays excitement ! hope you have had a lovely time. Jaqi xx

Mar said...

these look scrumptuous!
come by my blog for a little surprise...

i plan to join in a lot more of the challenges for your other blog this year!
may this year be a great year for you!

Jacky said...

Linda these sounds delicious (and I do so love ginger biscuits!!). Definately going to print this recipe off and give it a go.

I hope you had a WONDERFUL Christmas!

Chris said...

oh oh.... droool..drooool!! Is there no end to your talents Linda :D I love the sound of those truffles but errrrm I wouldn't DARE make any. My chocolate addiction wouldn't take it...lol
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas :D
hugs
Chris xx

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

Wishing you and yours a Happy and Healthy New Year Linda! I am so happy we've met here in blogland! Looking forward to more fun and sharing in 2009! oxo

LazyKay said...

Oh YUM! These look and I'm sure taste, great!

Just back to blogland for a catchup.

Happy New Year - keep on inspiring us!

xxxxxxxxx

Stempelchaotin said...

My dear Linda, I wish you a Happy New Year.
May all your wishes come true.

Judy S. said...

Sounds very decadent, Linda! Thanks for sharing the recipe....and a very happy, healthy and creative 2009!

Sue said...

Hi Linda - I hope all is well with you. Jut to wish you a happy and peaceful 2009 and looking forward to seeing more of your absolutely beautiful work. Take care .....

BeadBag said...

very yummy!
Shirley I.
PS: love your Quentin Blake portrait!

purplepaint said...

I love your work! I've added your blogs to my faves! :) Marva