Hop Flavored Dark Chocolate Truffles

If you saw yesterdays’ blog entry, you have already had a preview of the kind of yummy, twisted thinking that an unfortunate fall ended up inspiring. This is the second half of that epiphany: Ladies and gentlemen, I present you with Hop Flavored Dark Chocolate Truffles!

While this recipe isn’t actually in my recently released cookbook, “The Spirited Baker: Intoxicating Desserts & Potent Potables“, it gives you a bit of an idea of the kinds of things we have featured in it. Well, aside from the fact that this has no actual alcohol in it. Oh, and that we don’t actually use dried hop cones to flavor anything in the book…

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Hop Flavoured Dark Chocolate Truffles




Hop Flavoured Dark Chocolate Truffles


Fan of hops? You’ll LOVE my latest cookbook, Hedonistic Hops!

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Low Carb, Sugar Free “Bananas Foster” Truffles

Recently, I saw some Hershey’s Sugar Free chocolate chips at Walmart, decided to mess around with them to come up with a sugar free truffle.

Each bag of chips is 8oz, 15 servings per bag (but it makes like 20-22 truffles). Each of their servings have:

Total Carb – 9g
Sugars – 0g
Maltitol – 7 g

Final carb count on these truffles will depend a lot on what you roll them in, but here we go!

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Sugar Free Bananas Foster Truffles




Sugar Free Bananas Foster Truffles