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Rum truffle recipe (can be made non-alcoholic)

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by anon468, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. anon468

    anon468 New commenter

    THIS is (these are?) what I'm going to make for Mr M on Christmas Eve.
    They sound divine - thanks for the recipie.
    I presume they'll keep better in the fridge. Silly question, but how long will they keep for?

  2. lapinrose

    lapinrose Star commenter

    I have no idea as they always go so quickly, but maybe a week.
  3. The alcohol tends to keep the dairy fresh for quite a while. My HUGE batches have been known to last for a week outside the fridge. I have no idea if they would last any longer as the office gannets tend to get through them in about 4 days.

    I make dark chocolate rum truffles, a milk chocolate and something truffle and the tricksy white chocolate and something truffle most years. I also make a champagne truffle but that is reserved for my mum and sister as it is sooooooooooooo difficult to make (well to make prettily)!

    This year I made white chocolate and lavender - caused some consternation amongst the office poppets!
  4. lapinrose

    lapinrose Star commenter

    Sounds divine, I've got recipes for lavender scones and lavender ice-cream.
  5. My daughter and I made loads of truffles last year (Jamie Oliver recipe) and I kept them in the freezer they lasted ages. You could actually eat them straight out of the freezer which I confess I did on several occasions [​IMG]

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