Brownie Truffles

Brownie Truffles

If you want to let people know you love them, you give them chocolate. So these Brownie Truffles—brownies dipped in chocolate drizzled with even more chocolate—are basically a giant, enthusiastic hug in treat form. And the recipe is simple enough that you can share the sweetness with everyone you meet: Make brownies from a mix, scoop them into balls, and dip them in melted chocolate. (Too rushed to make brownies? Get a pre-baked pan of goodness in the bakery section and start there.)

Yield: Makes 30-36 Truffles

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1 box brownie mix plus all the additional ingredients listed on the box
10 ounces almond bark or white chocolate
10 ounces milk or dark chocolate


  1. Make brownies according to box directions. Cool and trim the edges away.
  2. Using a cookie scoop or a measuring spoon, scoop the brownies into 30-36 balls about 1 Tbsp each and roll into a balls. Set on a parchment-covered baking tray.
  3. Freeze for 15 minutes.
  4. Melt the white and dark chocolates separately according to package directions.
  5. Remove the brownies from the freezer and roll them in either the white or dark chocolate, lifting with a fork and allowing the excess to run back into the bowl. Place on the baking sheet to set, then drizzle the tops with any contrasting leftover chocolate. Store in refrigerator.

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