If you're looking to make an impressive dessert in a very short amount of time, whether it's a dinner guest or your toddler, these 5-minute truffles are oh-so easy and tasty.
This is such a fun recipe to modify and make you're own too! We enjoy dipping them in melted chocolate and sticking them in the freezer for a nice crunch. Speaking of crunch, you may want to try this recipe with crunchy peanut butter
Blend ingredients in a bowl until well mixed. Shape into balls and then roll in whatever your heart desires: cocoa, coconut, espresso powder, crushed pecans, etc.
Sprinkle lightly with sea salt. Put in refrigerator to set.
These are so easy and a quick fix when you are craving something sweet!
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