Cupid’s Truffle Skewers for The Etsy Blog

Today on The Etsy Blog, I’m sharing one of my favorite truffle recipes, ever!  It’s adapted from Julia Child’s Amaretti Truffles recipe, and with the bunches of step-by-step photos we’ve put together it’s nearly fool-proof! I also show you how to make these paper-party-inspired Cupid’s Arrow skewers. They’re so simple and there’s no gluing involved. Easy peasy for those with not much time to plan a fancy Valentine’s Day dessert.

Find instructions for all of the above HERE!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums
Rosa's Yummy Yums
8 years ago

A great idea! Pretty.

Cheers,

Rosa

Rachel
Rachel
8 years ago

These are adorable!! I have to try them!

Melanie
Melanie
8 years ago

How pretty and ooo truffles!! They must taste amazing!! =)

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Tip Top Shape
Tip Top Shape
8 years ago

These are too cute!!

Elizabeth -SugarHero!
Elizabeth -SugarHero!
8 years ago

How cute are these?! I love this idea–and you could do it with so many other candies too! My girl crush on you continues, unabated…

Unknown
Unknown
8 years ago

Aww, this is such a cute idea 🙂

Colette (Coco)
Colette (Coco)
8 years ago

Love the truffle kabob!

The Sweet, The Sassy and The Blur
The Sweet, The Sassy and The Blur
8 years ago

I made these today and OMG….To. Die. For. !!! I used amaretto, chocolate grahams for the cookie part and regular nestle chocolate chips. LOVE 🙂

The Whimsical Wife
The Whimsical Wife
8 years ago

Sooooo cute. Love your little bow and arrow theme.