Cookie dough, who doesn’t love it? chocolate truffles who doesn’t love those? So take it in right now, combine the 2 and you have the ultimate ‘truffles’ Cookie dough truffles 🙂
For my newer followers, this is part of the Recipe swap club where I am a member at. Each month if you want to you can sign in to do an exchange of recipes with the person you get assigned to. This month I have Sarah Schwarz again from CookatHome. I say again since I already have recreated her delicious Banana bread from Sarah, that you can find it by clicking here. I am pleased to pairing up again for this swap cause we have introduced ‘get to know each other interview’ with the recipe.
So who is Sarah? Sarah Schwarz is the creator of Cookathome, she lives in Salt Lake City but she was born in Australia. Sarah started blogging in 2014 after she found out she and gluten didn’t agree, many friends and family started to ask her about the recipes and put them together on a website to share with the help of her husband. Some of her own personal favorites; ‘how to stay whole30 compliant while camping’. also all the ones where she showing off her awesome kids and their cooking skills. Sarah’s favorite recipe post would probably be my chocolate olive oil cake, or the lamb and bacon casserole. So definitely worth visiting the site! Also their are many recipes that are based on The Whole30. Right below here you can read Sarah’s explanation of the whole 30 cause i can’t do it any better then she did to me:
The Whole30 is a 30-day elimination diet, where you spend 30 days without eating foods that are known to cause digestion or other issues – like gluten, dairy, grains, legumes, alcohol and sugar. It’s basically a reset for your system, where you reintroduce food groups after the 30 days and determine how your body reacts to them. Based on the knowledge of how you felt without those foods, and then with the specific foods, you can then determine whether it’s worth it to continue eating them on a regular basis, only on certain occasions, or not again. It’s not meant to be followed for the full 365 days a year, but there are some compelling arguments as to why these food groups are recommended to be cut out. I’ve found I feel so much better when I follow this way of eating – but my love of chocolate and peanut butter runs deep!
One of her quick easy meals is nacho taco dips and for sweets; it wouldn’t surprise you that one of her quick easy sweets is chocolate peanut butter pie after reading the above 🙂 Check out her recipes here!
Now where you all were waiting for the recipe of the Cookie dough ‘truffles’ 😉 I am keeping the original recipe however after the dough is made I will divide in 2 portions, with the first I will use milk chocolate chips and the second white chocolate chips. Cause the beauty of truffles is that you only know whats inside when you take a bite and get surprised so I mix it up a little.
- 250 gr. flower
- 125 gr. butter
- 397 gr. condensed milk (1 can)
- 165 gr. brown sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 250 gr. white chocolate
- 250 gr. milk chocolate
- 25 gr. white chocolate chips (can use more if you like)
- 25 gr. milk chocolate chips (can use more if you like)
- In a bowl, mix the butter with the brown sugar, use a electric mixer at medium speed untill creamy.
- Add the vanilla extract.
- gradually beat in the flower and the condensed milk.
- this is where I divide the mix in 2 portions and adding the chocolate chips.
- place a baking paperon a tray (that fits into the freezer 😉
- coat your fingers in flower and shape the dough into balls.
- put the tray in the freezer for at least 2 hours to chill.
- melt the chocolate and cover the cookie dough balls in it and get them back on the tray with baking paper and chill.
- when chill and set you can decorate the truffles. And chill again.
- Store them in the refrigerator when planning to eat hem all or store in the freezer take them out when craving.
You can find the original recipe here!
Check it out & Enjoy!