Easy No-Bake Truffles

Easy No Bake Truffles (via abeautifulmess.com) Easy No Bake Truffles (via abeautifulmess.com)It happened—it’s not even October yet and I’ve already broken out my stash of googly-eye sprinkles. Ha! I try to reserve these for around Halloween because once I get them out, I’ve been known to add googly-eye sprinkles to LOTS of things…many of which aren’t even sprinkle-appropriate.

But can you blame me? Picture it: you make some toast one morning and after you slather on the peanut butter, you top if off with two googly-eyes. Instant toast personality! It’s hard not to smile when your food is staring back at you.

I feel like this will become more appropriate once I have kids (not pregnant—just dreaming). Then I can be that mom who adds googly eyes to their school lunches for the whole month of October.

Life goals. Dare to dream.

Easy No Bake Truffles (via abeautifulmess.com) And speaking of life goals…guys, let’s make some truffles. Top five reasons I love truffles:

1. Delicious
2. Cute (especially if you have googly-eye sprinkles on hand)
3. Easy to make
4. Known to friends when you show up places with these
5. Did I already mention delicious? I feel like it should get on the list at least twice.

You could add a stick and turn these into truffle pops too (just like cake pops). Whoa.

No bake oreo cheesecake trufflesFirst, make and freeze a No-Bake Oreo Cheesecake or any boxed no-bake dessert that you can find at your local grocery store. Up to you. Choose your own adventure here.

How to make no bake trufflesNext, melt some chocolate chips with 2 teaspoons of oil (olive or canola is great) in a microwave-safe bowl in the microwave. Do this on high in 30 second increments, stirring in between, just until it’s melted (1 1/2 to 2 minutes total usually).

Now you can use a melon baller to scoop small spheres of frozen cheesecake and cover in chocolate. Then add your sprinkles, chopped nuts or a little sea salt.

Easy No Bake Truffles (via abeautifulmess.com) Once the chocolate sets, I like to place my truffles in mini cupcake liners for a pretty presentation and to keep them from sticking to each other. Store these in the refrigerator for up to a few days or you can freeze them. Don’t make these until you are having friends over, going to a party, or plan to take these into the office because they are highly addictive. You have been warned. xo. Emma

Credits // Author and Photography: Emma Chapman. Photos edited with A Beautiful Mess actions.

  • what? this is so easy & now my mouth is watering! i need to make these pronto! ladies nights on tuesdays are going to be completely different now!

    thanks for sharing!

    evandaestes.blogspot.com

  • Looking good, but how do the insides look like? Always cut a truffle/cake/cupcake to show the outcome. Don’t leave us hanging!! Drool.

  • Wow these truffles sound so good and I am loving how easy to make they are!

    Rae | Love from Berlin

  • The googly eyes just made these truffles extra adorable!

    http://annescribblesanddoodles.blogspot.com/

  • Oh my…you just made me laugh out lound and longing for toast with googly eyes! Love your recipes and the way you write them 😀

  • Oh lovely ! It would have been wonderful for my son’s birthday too ! Unfortunately, I live in France & we don’t have instant cake preparation but I’ll chase the googly-eye sprinkles. Imagine if you offer those cute cakes in a box, when people open it, what a surprise !

  • My life would be so much better if I had googly eye sprinkles! I’ve been known to draw faces on the eggs in the fridge, so this is right up my alley.

    And the truffles sound delicious too!

  • These truffles look so cute and delicious! I’ll have to try these really soon!

    Paige
    http://thehappyflammily.com

  • Yum! Cute and delisious. I should make these for my halloween party!

    Www.velee.weebly.com

  • The oreo cheesecake inside is so unexpected, but definitely a great idea because oreo cheesecake is amazing! Those googley eyes are a MUST!

    Monica – Mocha and Moccasins

  • So cute! I showed these to my three year old and he is quite serious about making these for Halloween 🙂

  • Super yum and super cute! Great for Halloween to hand out to the kids!

    xoxo Kennedy
    Northern Indigo

  • What a brilliant idea – great for kids to make in the school holidays!! Will pass this on to my daughter-in-law… or better, still make them with the grandkids myself 🙂

  • These look gorgeous! I don’t think we get these no bake desserts in the UK, well at least in my local supermarkets anyway but truffles are my fave!

    Hannah | Granite City Girl

  • Googly eye sprinkles! Where does one find these? I need them! you know… for all the responsible things I will do with them… (these look super delicious…)

  • These look delicious, I can imagine eating them at christmas-time. Can’t wait to try!
    Sophie xx
    awaywithwildfox.blogspot.co.uk

  • Emma, your cookbook should be a CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE STYLE COOKBOOK. That’s be rad.

  • Obsessed with these already! SO cute with the little eyeballs. Will DEEEFINITELY make these for Halloween!

    Thanks for sharing Emma! 🙂

    xoxo
    Allison

    www.wonderlass.com

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