RED VELVET TRUFFLES – 7 DAYS OF RED VELVET

Only 2 days to Valentines Day and were into decadent romantic desserts. I love desserts that are easy to make, with little ingredients and best of all, no bake! This recipe has literally only two ingredients yet its so delicious you’d think it has a thousand ingredients. Truffles come in various flavors, colors, or even toppings. Since I made some strawberry brigadeiros truffles I knew I had to sneak another one in for my 7 Days Of Red Velvet series. Treats that you can make in more minutes are the best since you don’t have to think or worry about how to make them. The best part is that these truffles do not have to be only for special occassions, you even have them for breakfast, how about that?
INGREDIENTS

1 Cup Red Velvet Cake Crumbs
1/2 Cup White Chocolate Melted

METHOD

Take the red velvet cake crumbs and form round balls. Since the red velvet is moist I did not need to add anything. If yours is dry, add 1/2 cup cream cheese and mix the two before forming the balls

Repeat the process until all the cake crumbs are turned into round balls

Melt the white chocolate and allow yo cool slightly

Take one of the red velvet balls with a fork

Drop the red velvet ball into the melted white chocolate

Use the fork to completely cover the red velvet ball

Carefully place the coated red velvet ball on a plate, do the same for all balls

You can drizzle more chocolate for a thicker coating

Finish coating the red velvet balls with the white chocolate

Or you can dip twice to get that thick chocolate coating

Sprinkle the crumbed red velvet cake on top of the chocolate covered ball before chocolate sets

You can fully cover the balls with the crumbed cake by rolling in the crumbs or just sprinkle on top to have red accents

RED VELVET TRUFFLES – 7 DAYS OF RED VELVET

Recipe by Mulunga Alukwe

Prep time: 10 Minutes

Cook time: 10 Minutes

Total time: 20 Minutes

Yield: 2 Servings

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup
    Red Velvet Cake Crumbs
  • 1/2 Cup
    White Chocolate

Cooking Directions

  1. Take the red velvet cake crumbs and form round balls. Since the red velvet is moist I did not need to add anything. If yours is dry, add 1/2 cup cream cheese and mix the two before forming the balls
  2. Repeat the process until all the cake crumbs are turned into round balls
  3. Melt the white chocolate and allow yo cool slightly. Take one of the red velvet balls with a fork. Drop the red velvet ball into the melted white chocolate. Use the fork to completely cover the red velvet ball
  4. Carefully place the coated red velvet ball on a plate, do the same for all balls. You can drizzle more chocolate for a thicker coating. Finish coating the red velvet balls with the white chocolate. Or you can dip twice to get that thick chocolate coating
  5. Sprinkle the crumbed red velvet cake on top of the chocolate covered ball before chocolate sets. You can fully cover the balls with the crumbed cake by rolling in the crumbs or just sprinkle on top to have red accents

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