Truffle-Filled Cookie Tarts
Total TimePrep: 65 min. + cooling Cook: 20 min. + chilling
These are one of my favorite and most requested desserts. My brother loves a variation where I add cinnamon, ginger and cayenne pepper to taste to the ganache. I top the spicy ones with candied ginger so that those who like plain chocolate don't get a spicy surprise!
They were really good! The filling didn't turn out exactly as planned, the fat separated from the rest of the filling but they still tasted great but the dough was really sticky so I coated my hands with cocoa powder and it worked like a charm! Hard to make though and would never make again.
My husbands exact words were "THESE ARE DANGEROUS!" They are addicting, they are SO delicious!" I followed the recipe exactly. I don't know what others did that they didn't turn out, but mine did! I think I'll add some milk to make the dough not as dry the next time. (I had just a small amount of filling leftover)
These were delicious. I had extra filling, so I chilled it and made some truffles. I over baked the cups slightly. Next time I will remove from oven sooner.
I made 1/2 of this recipe & I'm glad, I won't make them again. Center is way to bitter. Maybe Milk Choc. Chips?? Hard to get out of pan, a total waste of ingredients.
They are delicious but I found them difficult to get out of the pan despite greasing them generously. About 1/3 of mine broke and were not fillable.
These are delicious, would you know a way to incorporate peanut butter into this recipe?
Delicious. Perfect amount of dough for 30 cups. Dough is easy to handle. Twice as much filling as needed. You could double the dough or halve the filling. I am using my leftover filling on ice cream. You can't go wrong!
These are a bit time consuming, but a very rich, very special treat!