Halloween Brownie Truffles
Please your guests at your next Halloween gathering with these Halloween Brownie Truffles. Brownies are dipped in vanilla candy melts and topped with fun, spooky sprinkles!
I know, I know. You’re probably thinking to yourself “isn’t it a little early for Halloween?” Of course not! Especially considering it’s my favorite holiday! Plus, people love to plan their Halloween parties ahead of time. So here’s a fabulous little treat that your guests will love. Because who doesn’t love brownies?!
Before we get to the recipe I’m going to tell you about my week. It’s been crazy busy. I feel like I’ve been neglecting the blog. And I have been to an extent. I only linked up to one party this week. I haven’t gotten around to responding to many comments and this recipe will only be the second one that I post this week. You can thank school for that. School and the blog conference/mini vacation to Orlando that Ken and I will be having this weekend. I have a ton of work for school and I want to finish it before Friday since we are leaving Friday afternoon. How has your week been? I hope it’s calmer than my week!
Truffles. The first time I made them was when I made these. I’ll admit, they were quite a pain in the a$$ to make. I attribute some of that to being a novice in the world of truffle making. I attribute the other part to the candy melts. After melting them, they were still sorta thick which made dipping the brownie balls quite difficult. Can you say brownie crumbs in the candy melts? Yea, that’s what happened. So I ended up using a knife and “frosting” these truffles. It was a little time consuming so I only made 10 of these. Oh if only I had more time to spend on them. They are SO good! And they’re super cute and fun, aren’t they? You can pick up the candy melts and the sprinkles at Michael’s craft store. I just love that place. There are so many fun little baking ideas and accessories there.
Do you have any tips and/or tricks for truffle making? I’d like to give it a shot again sometime. Any help that will make the process smoother is greatly appreciated!