A Blossom of pinkness for blossom. .

Wednesday, 9 December 2015


Yyyaayyy its that time of the year again where some of the gorgeous people from blogland share their favourite recipes for the Great Cookie Exchange.

Here is my little contribution for this year

Raspberry Truffles


 1/2 cup (7fl oz) Evaporated milk
1/4 cup sugar
300gm (11oz) chocolate - milk or dark whichever you prefer
1/4 cup seedless raspberry jam
1/2 teaspoon instant coffee granules
about 1/3 cup coconut 
1pkt powdered raspberry jelly mix

In a heavy based saucepan combine milk and sugar, Bring to a rolling boil over a medium heat, boil gently while stirring for 3 minutes.

Remove from the heat

 Add chocolate, jam, and coffee and stir until chocolate has melted and mixture is smooth.  Chill for 1 hour

Combine coconut and jelly powder in a bowl. Roll the chocolate mixture into balls (about 1 rounded teaspoon for each) and coat with the raspberry coconut mixture.  Place on grease-proof paper and chill until firm.
Now for an extra special treat!!!!
Brandy Truffles
Replace the raspberry jam with 2 fl oz of Brandy (or 3 J) and roll in cocoa powder instead of raspberry coconut.
Hope you enjoy these little suckers....smiles
Be sure to visit the guys below and look at the delicious recipes they have shared with us...smiles...
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  1. Blossom,

    It would be the brandy truffles for me, Yummy. Thanks for sharing.


  2. sounds delicious :-) thanks for sharing

  3. Holy cow, woman!
    If this is what you come up with when you have no idea what recipe you'll submit, I hope you're ALWAYS at a loss! These sound fantastic! I shall even risk my candy curse for these…

    Thanks for playing along!

  4. These really sound yummy, Blossom. And there are so many ways to change them up. Thanks for sharing.

    Hugs and blessings...Cat

  5. Sounds good and easy. I hope to try this! What's a jelly powder?

  6. blossom the raspberry truffles sound so yummy. thanks for sharing.
    Hugs Lindy

  7. Oh yum! I do love raspberry! Thanks for sharing! :)