- 8 ounces white baking chocolate, chopped
- 2/3 cup heavy whipping cream, divided
- 1/2 teaspoon grated orange zest
- 1/4 teaspoon orange extract
- 8 ounces milk chocolate, chopped
- 12 ounces semisweet chocolate, chopped
- Additional milk and white baking chocolate, melted
- Place white chocolate in a small bowl. In a small saucepan, bring 1/3 cup cream just to a boil. Pour over white chocolate; whisk until smooth. Stir in orange zest and extract.
- Place milk chocolate in another small bowl. In same saucepan, bring remaining cream just to a boil. Pour over milk chocolate; whisk until smooth. Cool both mixtures to room temperature, stirring occasionally. Refrigerate until firm.
- To form centers, take 1-1/2 teaspoons of each chocolate mixture and shape into a two-tone ball, about 1 in. round. Place on waxed paper-lined baking sheets; cover and refrigerate at least 1 hour.
- In a double boiler or metal bowl over simmering water, whisk semisweet chocolate until smooth. Dip truffles in chocolate; allow excess to drip off. Return to baking sheets; drizzle with additional chocolate as desired. Refrigerate until set. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Yield: about 2-1/2 dozen.
Reviews forFrench Kiss Truffles
"Soooo good!! A little time consuming, but they are worth it. I put the two batches together let them hardened and scoop the truffle mixed. Delicious!"
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"Good to the last little crumb"
"This is my recipe that I came up with several years ago after making both chocolate and orange truffles. Figured I would put the flavors together. Glad I did, these truffles are a big favorite. There are various flavors you could add if you like. I am always changing recipes to my liking. Thanks to the people who wrote the nice reviews. :)"
"I agree, I love orange and chocolate together and these are delicious. If you don't like the combination or you don't agree with the nutrition, then don't make them, but don't post a negative review if you haven't actually made them. And, if you eat ONE truffle, instead of a handful, it's a relatively light dessert. Sometimes one is all I want, something rich and sweet and chocolate, just a bite or two is enough."
"This is Taste of Home's light dessert of the week? At 145 calories and 10 grams of fat per 1-inch truffle, I don't consider that light."
"I just love the combination of orange and chocolate! Excellent truffles! And to bakergirlmd, I agree with the other review. If you don't like the ingredients in a recipe don't post a review. There are so many Truffles recipes out there why hurt a recipe's review status just because you don't like orange and chocolate."
"These are really good. Sorry but I have to speak my mind here when I say: If you haven't tried it or don't like the ingredients, don't post a review. You'll bring down its stats just because you happen not to prefer orange with chocolate. There, I said it."
"I am not a fan of orange anything mixed with chocolate, especially white chocolate. Additionally, I would skip both the milk chocolate and the white chocolate altogether and use dark chocolate at least of 70 percent or better cacao. Add raspberry extract or liquer for the center. Coat with additional dark chocolate. Yum!"