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People Are Making Terry's Chocolate Orange Truffles And They've Got Just Two Ingredients

People Are Making Terry's Chocolate Orange Truffles And They've Got Just Two Ingredients

Anyone who's got some leftover Terry's Chocolate Orange after Christmas, then listen up because we've found a recipe you have just got to try.

Straight from the FitWaffle Kitchen, creator Eloise Head has come up with a super simple recipe for chocolate orange truffles - and you only need two ingredients to whip them up.

To create these gorgeous chocolate goodies, first you need to melt together a whole Terry's Chocolate Orange with 100ml of double cream in a pan.

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You then need to refrigerate the mixture in some Tupperware for around one hour minimum, or until it's completely set.

Once that's done, scoop the mixture up to around eight or so medium-sized balls, put them on a separate plate and stick them in a freezer for thirty minutes.

While you're waiting for those to set once more, you can melt half of another Terry's Chocolate Orange until it is of a runny consistency. Set that to one side and get your chocolate balls out the freezer and roll them between your palms until they're smooth.

Truffles always add cheer to the New Year (Credit: Unsplash)
Truffles always add cheer to the New Year (Credit: Unsplash)

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Using a spoon or a fork, submerge the chocolate balls in the melted Terry's chocolate orange until they're covered.

If you fancy making them look as boujee as they taste, you can add some golden sprinkles or some extra slices of chocolate orange to decorate - though this isn't essential.

Et voila! There you have your super simple chocolate orange truffles to enjoy - once you've managed to finish all the Lindor from Christmas, of course.

While these are tasty enough to try on their own, you can also use them to create a seriously delicious and decadent hot chocolate.

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Simply dip and stir into a cup of warm milk until completely melted, and top with lashings of whipped cream, chocolate orange pieces and sprinkles.

We can't wait to give these a go over the New Year!

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Topics: Tasty Food, Food & Drink, Chocolate, Tasty

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