Dark Chocolate Grand Marnier Truffles hold the classic flavor combo of chocolate and zesty orange. Enjoy these flavors in an easy chocolate truffle recipe that’s spiked with orange liqueur.
Happy almost Valentine’s Day! Are you celebrating this year? I tend to forgo the focus on romantic love and go for a more inclusive attitude. I think Valentine’s Day should celebrate all kinds of love! I’ll probably call my mom and my best friend, and Mr. Baird and I will watch Netflix or Animal Planet with the pugs. And you know what? That will be a perfect Valentine’s Day for me.
One thing that I never skip on Valentine’s Day is chocolate (no surprise there!). I recently whipped up a batch of Grand Marnier truffles for the Better Homes and Gardens blog. Dark Chocolate Grand Marnier Truffles – that just sounds decadent, right?
They are so easy to make and a lovely homespun gift for your Valentine (or yourself). You’ll need a piping bag and a star decorator tip to make them like mine (pictured), or you can simply pour the ganache in a bowl and chill. Then, you’ll scoop them out and roll them in cocoa powder.
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These look amazing and utterly delicious. I agree Valentine's Day shoupdate be about celebrating everyone that we love. Great Post. Sammie.
Great shape too 😉
Definitely Valentine's Day should be about all the love we have in our world! i'll be spending it with my friends eating chocolate peanut butter cookies and watching chick flicks. These look incredible by the way, the candied orange on top just completes it!
Heavenly! I love Grand Marnier.