Finely ground chocolate wafer cookies and orange juice combine to make these delicate Fool-Proof Chocolate-Orange Treasure Truffles. Perfect for entertaining.
Chocolate-Orange Treasure Truffles
by B. Beverly
, YOUNGSTOWN, NY on Jun. 2009
Oh my! Melt in your mouth d-elite, everyone loves them and wants more. Hard to leave alone to take to a party. Well worth the time it take to make them.
Small but Mighty!
by S. Sandie
, Wildomar, CA on Apr. 2009
OH my Gosh! These were so very tasty and took a bit of time for me but were worth every minute. You will be delighted.
by K. Kathy
, LA PORTE, IN on Jan. 2007
It was a little hard to find the Chocolate Creme Treasures, I had to pick them out of the mixed bag! Other than that, super easy and REALLY good! My son LOVES them.
Yummy Chocolate-Orange Truffles
by P. Pat
, Llano, TX on Oct. 2005
Delicious! Choc. & orange are my favorite flavors & I love dipping chocolate so instead of rolling in cocoa powder I melted 2 C. semi-sweet chips w/1/2 bar of wax (for neat fingers)The party favorite! Kudos to the submitter (don't remember her name).
by S. Sue
, FORT WAYNE, IN on Feb. 2005
Yummy, what a great combination orange and chocolate. I loved this candy and can't wait to make it again. Thank-You for another award winning recipe.
by R. Randii
, Hagaman, NY on Feb. 2005
The Fool-Proof Chocolate-Orange Treasure Truffles were incredibly delicious. I changed the recipe a bit and added a hard chocolate shell to the truffles so when you bit into them the truffle was hard on the outside but extremely soft on the inside. Everyone is getting these for a great snack.
Chocolate Orange Truffles
by L. LORETTA
, TULSA, OK on Dec. 2004
Excellent truffles. I added 2T (-2T from the oj) of Grand Marnier for a wonderful adult truffle that I took to a party I attended. Everyone wanted more truffles and the recipe..
Quick and Delicious
by G. Gail
, MA on Jan. 2004
I made these for the holidays. They were so easy and absolutely delicious. I am going to try to use other additions besides orange juice.
Fool-Proof Choclate-Orange Truffles
by M. Margaret
, Round Lake Beach, IL on Dec. 2003
I loved the truffle recipe. But I changed it ever-so-slightly. instead of rolling in cocoa powder, I rolled in Nestle' Quick. It is a sweeter and less messy finger food this way.
by D. DANA
, BEECH ISLAND, SC on Nov. 2003
I'm making Christmas baskets this year with baked goodies and I'm definetly going to add these to my list of things to make.
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