As we get closer to Valentines Day, my sweet tooth starts craving decadent chocolate truffles. This year, I wanted to share my homemade 2-ingredient truffles made with fresh raspberries and a quality chocolate bar.
These truffles are super easy to make, and are naturally flavored with real raspberries! The first time I made these, I was surprised how nicely they firmed up without any milk. These can easily be made a week before or the day of when you want to treat someone with homemade goodies.
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To make the truffles into little heart shapes, I used a heart shape mold. If you don’t have one, you could also let the bowl of mixed raspberry sauce and chocolate to set in the refrigerator. Once firm, scoop out 2 tbsp of the mixture and roll into balls.
I hope you all love these! They are super delicious, cute, and simple to make!
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2-Ingredient Dark Chocolate Raspberry Truffle Hearts
2-Ingredient Dark Chocolate Raspberry Truffle Hearts that are super easy to make for your loved one!
Add raspberries to a saucepan over medium heat. Cook the raspberries until they break down and sauce forms.
Chopped chocolate and place in a glass bowl. Add the raspberry sauce to a wire mesh strainer over the bowl with the chocolate. Use the back of a spoon to push the sauce through, leaving behind the seeds.
Using a spatula, mix the raspberry sauce with the chocolate until it melts into a mixture. If the chocolate is not melting, add to microwave in 10-second increments, or place the glass bowl over a double-boiler to mix.
Take a spoonful of the mixture and add to the mold. Place the mold in the refrigerator to set the chocolate for 15-20 minutes. Remove chocolate from the mold and keep in a glass container in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.