These truffles combine the decadence of a chocolate ganache truffle with the pop and fizzle of champagne, for a perfect New Years treat for any party. Any champagne or sparkling wine will work and you can even use a sweet dark beer to give it that extra something. The recipe is fairly simple, only using items like cocoa powder, cream, and chocolate chips, but to give them that extra something, these are coated with a small amount of gold leaf, to give the party guests that good luck wealth for the New Year.
- The texture is firm but just as creamy and melt-in-your-mouth as you could hope for.
- I make my truffles slightly firmer in texture and then slice them into cubes.
- These truffles, dusted simply in cocoa, are still impressive and most importantly, delicious.
“These truffles have a deep chocolatey flavor with a little bit of background tanginess from the champagne.”
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