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Red Velvet Truffles

Jacquelyn Reid Recipe shared by:
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red cake and cream cheese frosting center dipped in chocolate mint

  • Hands-On Time:3 Hours
  • Total Time: 6 Hours
  • Servings: 60 1 inch truffles
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Ingredients

  • 1 red velvet cake mix
  • 1 tub cream cheese frosting
  • 2 packages mint chocolate chips

Baking Instructions

  1. Bake red velvet cake mix according to directions in a 9 x 13 inch pan.
  2. Allow cake to cool thoroughly.
  3. Break cake into pieces and place in large mixing bowl.
  4. Add tub of cream cheese frosting and mix cake and frosting together until homogenous and smooth.
  5. Place in refrigerator until thoroughly chilled.
  6. Take teaspoonful of cake and frosting and roll into 1" ball.
  7. Place on chilled non-stick cookie pan or pan with silicon baking mat.
  8. When baking pan full, place in refrigerator and chill thoroughly.
  9. Melt mint-chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl. (30 second blasts are best so the chips don't burn).
  10. Stir after each burst.
  11. When thogoughly melted, dip red velvet truffle centers in chocolate and place on waxed paper covered cookie sheet.
  12. Return to refrigerator until chocolate is set up.
  13. May be stored in plastic container (I use the ziploc oblong containers).
  14. Remove from the refrigerator and allow to come to room temperature
  15. before serving.

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Tips

Crystallized honey tip

Crystallized honey tip

While crystallized honey is completely safe to eat, you may want to make it liquid again for pouring. Here’s how: 1. Make sure the lid is on tight. 2. Place the honey jar in a container that allows water to move around it freely. 3. Run under a hot water tap (shaking occasionally) until the crystals have melted.


Lemon and Vanilla

Lemon and Vanilla

It really helps to add a little lemon juice and a little vanilla to make it melt in your mouth. I tried it and it turned out very well. My family tasted it before dinner, and we ended up eating the entire cake before dinner even started.





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