Quick and Easy Chocolate Truffles – Two Ways

Chocolate truffles are a a boon to those who love quick desserts. It is also a very versatile dessert, in that, the combination of flavours are only limited by your imagination.

Not just that, I’m showing you two super easy ways to make them!

One with all of 3 ingredients and the other way with just 2 ingredients 😉

Try it once, try it a bunch of times, the results will amaze you either way.

We’ve been making these for years as party-pleasers and it’s always been a hit with the crowd.

Let’s Get Cooking!


Method 1


Butter (unsalted is preferred) – 1 tbsp
Condensed Milk: 400 ml
Milk/Dark/White Chocolate: 40 gms


Melt the butter in a pan on low-medium heat. Pour the condensed milk and add roughly chopped pieces of the chocolate.

Keep stirring the mixture until it thickens and you can clearly see the bottom of the pan when you run the spatula down the middle.

Transfer it into a bowl and refrigerate for 1-2 hours or until you are able to roll the mixture into a soft ball.

Coat it with cocoa powder or chocolate sprinkles. You can even melt chocolate and roll the cold mixture in the hot melted chocolate to form a chocolate shell!

There you go, your super easy, 3-ingredient, chocolate truffles are ready to serve.

Method 2


Fresh Cream (at least 25% fat): 200 ml
Milk/Dark/White Chocolate: 250 gms


Bring the cream to a simmer on low heat, stirring continuously.

Chop the chocolates roughly. Pour the hot cream on the chocolate and stir continuously until the chocolate melts.

Refrigerate for 3-4 hours or overnight until the mixture can be rolled into a soft ball.

Coat it with cocoa powder or chocolate sprinkles or use a white chocolate combo-coated with desiccated coconut.

There you go! Your 2-ingredient chocolate truffle is ready to serve.

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