Valentine’s Day Red Velvet Truffles

Hello hello everyone, and Happy Saturday!

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, I’ve noticed a lot of my friends are still having trouble deciding what to do for their special someone. If you’re one of those people then look no further. I have a simple fix for your significant others’ sweet tooth: Red Velvet Truffles!

Now, of course there is always the concept of “what if my s/o doesn’t like red velvet?” Well, these truffles are pretty much cake pops without the stick 😉 so if they prefer chocolate, then simply substitute the cake mixes and frostings to their taste. This is a very simple and very from-the-heart treat to make for next week, and I guarantee your loved one will love it.

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The very short recipe for the truffles will be in the comment section below, as always for the video posts. Let me know if you recreate the treats, or any other recipe for that matter. I’d love to hear from you guys and feature you in the “We Love Our Fans” part of our website! With that, I hope you enjoy your week and your Valentine’s Day! Enjoy the flavor everyone!

– Mandi

5 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Red Velvet Truffles

  1. Yields: 30-40 truffles

    1 box red velvet cake mix, prepared according to instructions
    8 oz cream cheese, softened
    16 oz white chocolate chips
    Toppings of your choice!

    1. In a bowl, crumble the red velvet cake.
    2. Mix in cream cheese until smooth.
    3. Roll into 1-2 Tbsp. sized balls, and chill.
    4. Melt the white chocolate, then roll the balls in it to coat evenly.
    5. Decorate! Let the chocolate harden before serving.

  2. Wow, utterly amazing! Of course, what happens if these “accidentally” are eaten before making it to the intended? “I swear, I only made five, um…four, for you. I must’ve dropped the others.”

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