S’mores Truffles are a no-bake way to enjoy a classic treat!
So tonight’s post was going to be onion rings. Those of you who follow me on Facebook know that I was seriously craving them this afternoon. Admittedly, I frequently crave onion rings. French fries are good, but onion rings? Totally blissful.
But then I made a very mature decision. Instead of making onion rings, I went to the gym. I know, I know, I hardly recognize myself. Exercise over onion rings. I feel so virtuous about this I practically desserve ice cream.
Moving along though. Obviously I don’t have onion rings to share with you tonight. Don’t worry, I didn’t give up on them. I will be making onion rings eventually. But for now, I decided to share a fabulous little treat I cooked up for my magazine column.
These s’mores truffles are no-bake, thus perfect for summer. They’re also really delicious, so that’s a big bonus. And then there’s the whole “super easy” thing – can’t complain about that. Plus, uh, s’mores. ‘Nuff said.
These truffles have a really cool texture. They are a little bit crumbly, kinda sweet, little chunks of chocolate…it’s pretty unexpected but so awesome!
- ¾ cup marshmallow fluff
- 5 Tablespoons (1/2 stick plus 1 Tablespoon) margarine or butter
- 1 cup graham cracker crumbs
- ¼ cup extra-mini chocolate chips
- 6 ounces bittersweet chocolate
- optional: extra graham cracker crumbs, for decorating
- Combine the marshmallow fluff, margarine and graham cracker crumbs in a small bowl. Mix to combine. Add the chocolate chips and mix until distributed. (I did everything up to this point with my hands.)
- Form the “dough” into small balls, about 2 teaspoons worth in each. (This is easiest when done with a small cookie scoop.) Refrigerate the balls until hardened, so they will be easier to dip.
- Melt the chocolate over a double boiler or in a heatproof bowl set over a pot of boiling water. Stir until smooth. Dip the balls into the chocolate to coat. Set on a piece of parchment paper to set. If desired, top with some extra graham cracker crumbs before the chocolate sets.
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Thanks all for stopping by! Hope you all come back soon. Possibly for onion rings. Possibly for some other delicious treat – but I guarantee it’ll be yummy! -Miriam
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