So, what to do with left-over chocolate fondue?
The day after placing the chocolate fondue in the refrigerator, it solidified. I was scooping it out into cups to microwave for my girlies to dip fruit into.
Not as much fun as eating it from a fondue pot.... and honestly, I really didn't want to break it out again.
Sorry, but sometimes a girl just doesn't want to have to do the dishes.
Anyway, I had a brilliant idea! Why not roll the chilled fondue into truffles? I mean... does it really matter how I get my chocolate fondue fix.....
..... um, not really.
So, to make them even more indulgent, I decided to roll my fondue truffles in chopped macadamia nuts, chopped Reece's Pieces Baking Chips, and Toll House Mini Chocolate Morsels. Anything goes here, really.
Coconut would be fab, but I seem to be the only coconut lover in my household... and I didn't want to seem too selfish with these babies.
If, at anytime, you have left-over chocolate fondue... don't throw it out (gasp!)... chill it and make some decadent truffles. It's totally worth it.
Chocolate Fondue Truffles
- Chilled, Left Over Chocolate Fondue
- Chopped Nuts, Baking Morsels, and/or Candies of Your Choice
Using a melon baller, scoop the chilled fondue and roll into 1 inch truffles. Roll the truffles in the nuts, morsels, and/or candies you have chosen, covering completely. Chill in the refrigerator for a few hours to overnight. Remove just before serving.