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Chocolate Rum Christmas Truffles are colorful but simple holiday treats. To make a batch for children or people who don’t indulge, just substitute vanilla for the rum.
Chocolate truffles are super tasty little treats that are pretty easy to make. Many people are familiar with the popular style made with chocolate chips. They’re sweet and simple. Did you know that you can change up the flavor profile by adding a little rum? It’s just enough to give flavor and doesn’t overpower the chocolate. Dip that into some festive holiday nonpareils and you have a coloful holiday treat perfect for entertaining adults. Should you need to make a batch for children or people who prefer not to indulge, just substitute vanilla for rum in the recipe. Here’s how to make Chocolate Rum Christmas Truffles.
Chocolate Rum Christmas Truffles
This recipe makes approximately 24 truffles.
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- 3 cups semi sweet chocolate chips
- 1x 14 oz can of sweetened condensed milk
- 2 tsp spiced rum
- 1 cup Christmas red, green and white nonpareils
Using a double boiler, combine all ingredients except the sprinkles and mix until smooth
Place the truffle mixture into a bowl and place it into the fridge for 3 hours.
Use a small ice cream scoop to scoop out some of the truffle mixture and roll that into a ball.
Pour the sprinkles into a bowl.
Roll the truffle into the sprinkles until it’s fully coated.
Place the truffle onto a parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
Repeat the above steps with the remaining truffles.
Serve and enjoy!