Chickie Chocolate Brownie Truffles

Products Used

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, room temperature
  • 1/2 cup Imperial Sugar Extra Fine Granulated Sugar
  • 1/3 cup Imperial Sugar Light Brown Sugar
  • 2 tablespoons French Vanilla coffee creamer
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour*
  • 1/3 cup cocoa powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • Optional: lollipop sticks
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  • Yellow liquid food coloring
  • 1 package (12 oz) yellow candy melts
  • Candy eyes
  • Orange chocolate covered sunflower seeds
  • 1 cup shredded coconut

      Directions

      1. In a medium bowl cream together butter and both sugars with an electric mixer until light and creamy, about 2 minutes. Add creamer and vanilla. Add flour, cocoa, and salt. Mix until combined.
      2. Use 1 tablespoon scoop to portion dough and roll into a ball. Place on a parchment lined baking sheet and freeze for at least 15 minutes.
      3. Add coconut and a few drops of yellow food coloring to a plastic bag. Shake to combine. Pour into a small bowl. Set aside.
      4. Melt candy melts according to package directions.
      5. Insert lollipop stick into frozen dough ball. Dip into melted candy melt. Let excess drip off. Immediately roll in the coconut, pressing coconut into the candy coating. Remove from stick and place on baking sheet.
      6. Dip candy eyes and orange sunflower seeds in candy coating and press to adhere to make eyes and nose. Keep chilled until ready to serve.
      Imperial Sugar Insight

      Recipe developed for Imperial Sugar by Bree Hester @bakedbree.com.

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      Susie
      Oct 03, 2015

      I actually made these for a baby shower. They were a big hit. Everyone loved them.

      Susie
      Oct 03, 2015

      I actually made these for a baby shower and they were a big hit. Everyone loved them.

      Trufas de brownie de chocolate con forma de pollitos

      Products Used

      Ingredientes

      • 1/2 taza (1 barra) mantequilla, a temperatura ambiente
      • 1/2 taza Imperial Sugar Azúcar Granulada Extra Fina
      • 1/3 taza Imperial Sugar Azúcar Morena Clara
      • 2 cucharadas de crema para café con sabor a vainilla francesa
      • 1/2 cucharadita de vainilla
      • 1 taza harina todo uso*
      • 1/3 taza polvo de cacao
      • 1/4 cucharadita de sal
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      • Opcional: Palitos de chupetes
      • 1 taza coco rallado
      • Colorante de comida liquido color amarillo
      • 1 paquete (12 onzas) caramelo para derretir color amarillo
      • Ojos de caramelo
      • Semillas de girasol cubiertas de chocolate anaranjado

      Direcciones

      1. En un embase mediano convierta en crema la mantequilla y los dos tipos de azúcar con una batidora eléctrica hasta que esté suave y cremoso, alrededor de 2 minutos. Agregue la crema de café y la vainilla. Agregue la harina, cacao y sal. Mezcle hasta que este combinado.
      2. Usando una cuchara para medir las porciones de la masa y formar unas bolitas. Colóquelas en una bandeja de hornear forrada con papel parafinado y coloque en el congelador por 15 minutos.
      3. Agregue el coco y unas pocas gotas de colorante amarillo a una bolsa plástica. Bata bienpara combinar. Vierta en un embase pequeño. Ponga a un lado.
      4. Derrita el caramelo de acuerdo a las instrucciones del paquete.
      5. Inserta el palito de chupete en las bolitas congeladas de masa. Sumerja en el caramelo derretido. Deje que el exceso gotee. Inmediatamente deje rodar por el coco, presionando el coco a la capa de caramelo. Remueva el palito y coloque en la bandeja de hornear.
      6. Sumerja los ojos y las semillas de girasol naranjas en el caramelo derretido y presione para adherir y hacer los ojos y la nariz. Mantenga en el frio hasta que vaya a servir.
      Imperial Sugar Insight

      Recipe developed for Imperial Sugar by Bree Hester @bakedbree.com.

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      or to post comments
      Susie
      Oct 03, 2015

      I actually made these for a baby shower. They were a big hit. Everyone loved them.

      Susie
      Oct 03, 2015

      I actually made these for a baby shower and they were a big hit. Everyone loved them.