These No-bake S’more truffles are so easy you’ll want to make them for every occasion.
Another s’more recipe.
Can you stand it? If you are one of the few beings on this planet that don’t like s’mores, then I apologize for the s’more overload. But, Summer is sadly coming to a close, so we are going out with a s’more bang.
As much as I love Summer, I am very much looking forward to the Fall. There’s just something about that time of year that makes life calm down and settle into a more reliable routine. I am all about a good reliable routine. (I also have a drawer full of scarves begging to be let out into the world. #Scarvesforever). BUT, with that being said, let’s not get too ahead of ourselves here. We still have a couple more weeks of sunshine and freedom to look forward to, so let’s talk about an easy dessert that will help ease your end of the Summer blues. Are you ready?
I am really excited about these S’more truffles for a myriad of reasons. 1) They are incredibly easy 2)They take a very minimal amount of time and 3) They contain everything you love about s’mores without all of the mess and preparation (AKA fire). These are so quick and easy to whip up that I made them 3 times in one week. Is that excessive? Probably.
This is the kind of dessert that is PERFECT for those times when you forget at the last minute that you have an event that you need to bring a baked good too. Not that I’m speaking from experience or anything.. Nobody has to know.
The center is like a s’more cookie dough situation that is full of crushed graham crackers and marshmallow creme. COOKIE DOUGH S’MORE CENTER! I’m not freaking out, you’re freaking out.
I used a very small cookie scoop to make sure that all of my truffles were the same size, but if you don’t have one you can roll them with your hands. If the ‘dough’ is too sticky, pop it into the fridge for a couple minutes to chill before you form your balls.
It is important that you freeze your cookie dough s’more balls in the freezer for at least 30 minutes before you try to dip them in the chocolate. You want them to be hard so that they don’t fall apart during the dipping process.
*I just dipped mine into a bowl of melted chocolate and used a fork to scoop them out, but if you wanted truffles that were dipped to perfection, you could use an actual Chocolate dipping set.
After you dip them garnish with some crushed graham crackers, put in the fridge to set for a few minutes, and ta-da! You get a s’more truffle! And YOU get a s’more truffle! AND YOU GET A S’MORE TRUFFLE! If you didn’t read that in your best Oprah voice, then you didn’t read it right.
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