Swiss Classic Milk Chocolate Truffles

Our easy truffle recipe shows you how to make these giftable confections at home.

There is a flavour for all of your friends and loved ones. Chopped nuts, coconut, toffee, and, of course, chocolate - how you coat them is up to you.

1 hour


Step 1.

Heat the cream until it barely comes to a boil, add the chopped chocolate and remove pan from heat.

Step 2.

Stir or whisk until the chocolate is completely melted. (You have now made ganache.) For milk or dark truffles only: Stir in the butter and blend until the ganache is smooth.

Step 3.

Put in a bowl and cover with plastic wrap, ensuring that the plastic makes contact with the entire surface of the ganache. Refrigerate overnight or until the ganache is set.

Step 4.

Forming the truffles: Use a melon baller, small ice cream scoop or teaspoon, roll the ganache into a ball and place on parchment paper. After hand-rolling the truffles, place them on a shallow tray filled with the desired coating. Roll the truffle in the coating with either a pair of spoons or your hands.

Step 5.

Store truffles in a cool place. You can put them in the fridge, but they will sweat and potentially bloom when removed from the cold.


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