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Brownie Truffles

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Refrigeration Time: 30 minutes

Servings: 8

Slightly under cooked brownies are rolled into balls and covered with your favorite topping.

Ingredients

  For the Brownie:

  1 box Your favorite fudge brownie mix (and required ingredients based on that recipe)

  Toppings:

  Crushed Sheila G's Original Brownie Brittle®

  Sprinkles (Holiday Colors)

  Coconut

  Colored Sugar

  Be Creative!!

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Directions

1) Make your favorite fudge brownie recipe according to the directions, but cut back on the cooking time by 5 minutes to keep the brownies gooey, but still cooked.

2) Once cooled, place in the refrigerator and chill for 20 to 30-minutes.

3) Remove brownies from pan and place in food processor for 3 minutes or until working dough is soft and pliable.

4) Scoop single servings using a medium sized ice cream scoop and roll into a ball form by hand.

5) Your brownie truffle is now ready to decorate by rolling in the topping of your choice.

For additional variety, add your favorite liqueur or champagne to the dough when mixing. These also make great gifts, so place finished brownie truffles in a small decorative gift tin for sharing. Keep refrigerated until serving.

Cool – then sprinkle nutmeg on top.