£1.40 Makes 30 Truffles
These are the ultimate indulgent treat and make a perfect homemade gift. Who knew biscuit and cheese could be so delicious?!
Store in the fridge to keep fresh (if they last long enough). Get creative with your toppings, this time I used orange zest, nutmeg and rolled some in cocoa powder without chocolate. Next time I’m trying chopped nuts and maybe even a few chocolate chilli ones.
Let me know what you think if you make these, but be warned they are addictive
£0.05 per truffle
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