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Chocolate brownie truffle bites

These no-bake mini balls of chocolatey goodness are delicious bite-size brownie truffles – treats that are quick and easy to make and can be decorated with your favourite toppings.

  • 20 minutes, plus refrigerating overnight prep. time
  • Serves 10
  • Cakes, bakes & desserts, Vegetarian & vegan
A tray with some decorated chocolate brownie truffle bites
They may be small but chocolate brownie truffle bites are certainly an indulgent treat | © National Trust Images/William Shaw


For the truffle bites

  • 200g broken chocolate brownies
  • 25ml cream or milk

To finish

  • 100g chocolate, dark, milk or white


Creating the truffles

Wet your hands with warm water before rolling the bites to help prevent them sticking to your hands. Use a fork to dip the bites into the chocolate.

Step 1

For the truffle bites

Place the broken brownies into a food processor until they are reduced to crumbs.

Step 2

Add the double cream or milk and pulse a few times to bring together into a dough.

Step 3

Roll into 10 balls, approximately 10g each, and place on a tray in the fridge overnight.

Step 4

Melt your chosen chocolate and dip the chilled bites into it. Place on a tray and leave in the fridge to set before serving.

Step 5

To finish

If you fancy, you could decorate your truffles using different types of chocolate, nuts, or cocoa powder.

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