Valrhona Truffles

Valrhona Truffles

Prep Time: 45 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

Dark Chocolate Ganache

  • Boil the cream and the honey. Pour ⅓ of this mixture over the chocolate.
  • With a spatula, mix rapidly to obtain a smooth and glossy texture. Gradually add the remaining cream, making sure to keep the mix smooth and that it obtains a glossy emulsion.
  • Mix until the chocolate is completely emulsified.
  • Stir in softened butter and mix thoroughly. Leave to chill until set.

Assembly

  • Put in piping bag. Pipe small balls on the grease-proof paper chill. Roll ball between your hands to make a regular shape.
  • Roll in Valrhona Cocoa Powder
  • Tip: If the truffles are not for children, you can add 1 oz of preferred alcohol after the addition of butter.

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