How to make it

  • 1) First take the Raspberries and put them in a pot and start to cook them...I cooked them for probably 30-45 minutes to reduce them down and get some water out.
  • 2) Then add the 7 oz. of heavy cream to the reduced raspberry. Heat to a simmer and then remove from heat.
  • 3) Strain the mixture to get the seeds out and poor out directly onto chopped chocolate.
  • 4) Since this mixture will be sort of thick you will probably have to put the chopped chocolate and heavycream/raspberry mixture on a double boiler(Pot of hot water with the bowl of chocolate/heavy cream and raspberry over it).
  • 5) Stir that mixture lightly with a wisk until it becomes a uniform mass.
  • 6) Take off double boiler and if the mixture is still fairly cool(under 100 degrees F. Warm but not hot) then add the 3 oz. of butter and wisk in with medium vigor but towards the slower side...
  • 7) Once incorporated you are done for the moment and you can put all the ganache into a small bowl.
  • 8) Put plastic wrap over the ganache and place in refridgerator. Let it cool until it hardens up(6 hours).
  • 9) Scoop out with spoon or small scooper into small balls and roll in your hands to forms a nice ball...
  • You can see how to coat them here...
Coating truffles   Close
Plain firm ganache balls   Close
Thin coat of melted chocolate(does not need to be tempered)   Close
Roll in Cocoa powder   Close
Finished truffles   Close

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    " It was excellent "
    spoil_me2 ate it and said...
    "5" This looks and sounds so delicious
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  • lovingmybabbyalways 8 years ago
    Oh fresh Raspberries my fav.
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    " It was excellent "
    bakermel ate it and said...
    Sounds really delicious!!! :)
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  • dfangel 8 years ago
    sounds wonderful
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  • cherihannah 9 years ago
    Love chocolate & raspberries
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  • unswissmiss 9 years ago
    I make something like this (without raspberries) for Christmas presents. Delicious!
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  • image 9 years ago
    Two of my husband's favorite foods - raspberries and chocolate. I don't think he would argue about mixing the two of them. Sounds absolutely wonderful! Thanks for sharing.
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  • bitsyskitchen 9 years ago
    The simplest things are usually the best. Can't wait to try these babies out.
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  • debra47 9 years ago
    This recipe is quite similar to a recipe I had posted that was originally from a Gourmet magazine. That particular recipe has been a tradition around the holidays. Your truffles sound fabulous and I will be eager to try making them. Nothing like the combination of chocolate with raspberries!
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  • krumkake 9 years ago
    Oh WOW do those look good enough to dive into! Another bookmark added to my "must try" list...thank you for submitting this. I LOVE raspberries!!
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