Total TimePrep: 20 min. + freezing
Makesabout 1 dozen
My daughter in law and I made these for Christmas. She loves chocolate and mint so we thought we’d gives this a try. I was a bit confused about the whipped topping but followed the recipe exactly. I used a generic of cool whip. I figured it would melt when I stirred it into the chocolate but it didn’t. It did change the texture to something amazing. We dipped them in melted vanilla bark that we added a few drops if green food coloring and sprinkled them with crushed can’t canes. They look amazing and taste even better. Try these-you will love them.
What is used for the whipped topping? Cool Whip, or Dream whip?
I really liked the texture of these truffles. I would do without the cocoa next time. It was a bit strong for my taste. I will try coating them in dark chocolate
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This is a wonderful recipe! I doubled the recipe and it was part of my "goodie" can Christmas treats to friends. Everyone loved these truffles and was the most asked for recipe in all of my Christmas "goodie" cans. This ones a keeper!
I have made this super yummy, lucious recipe many times in the past ten years. It is often requested and never lasts long. Good thing they are so easy!