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Pandoro truffles

Pandoro truffles

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Pandoro truffles recipe by of 15-01-2016 [Updated on 09-03-2018]

Pandoro truffles are another delicious idea to transform the leftovers of the Christmas cake into a completely new, and obviously delicious, sweet! I don't know at your house, but here this year numerous pandoro have arrived and after Christmas, I no longer want to eat them, so, in addition to distributing them right and left, I'm looking for various recipes to dispose of everything quickly. I have chosen to pass my truffles in melted chocolate and garnish them with dried fruit grains, but if you prefer you can avoid dried fruit, or replace it, or simply pass them in cocoa, the choice is yours! Accompanied by a good coffee they are really delicious, try the recipe and then tell me. A kiss to those who pass by and have a good day!


How to make pandoro truffles

Crumble the pandoro and put it in a bowl.

Add the melted white chocolate and the coffee.

Mix until you get a compact mixture.

Take some small pieces of mixture and shape the balls with your hands, about the size of a walnut. Place them on a plate lined with parchment paper.

Melt the dark chocolate in a double boiler or in the microwave.

Dip the truffles in melted chocolate, covering them completely, and place them gradually on a plate covered with parchment paper.

Sprinkle them with chopped nuts or other choice: I used pistachios, hazelnuts and coconut flour.

Let the chocolate solidify completely before serving the pandoro truffles.

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