Orange-flavoured dark chocolate truffles



There are not a thousand and one ways to reinvent how a truffle looks like. After all, a ball is a ball. I decided to shake things up a bit and add a stamp to each truffle—a beautiful pattern that is truly unique and gets people to notice your creative touch!


  • One 215g can of your favorite flavor of Chocolats Favoris fondue (Three times a day recommend Orange Burst)
  • ¾ cup 35% cream  
  • 2 tbsp. honey
  • 2 tbsp. brown sugar (or sugar)  
  • 1 cup of cocoa powder

Yum ! Let's do this recipe. There’s nothing better than me when it comes to keeping out the winter’s cold, welcoming the joys of spring or fighting dreariness and fatigue. My fragrant, citrusy flavor is the best possible pick-me-up.

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  • Melt the chocolate fondue by following the instructions on the Chocolats Favoris can. Pour the melted chocolate in a bowl and set aside.  
  • In a pot, add the cream, honey and brown sugar. Bring to a boil and pour into the bowl of chocolate. Mix well until you get a creamy and shiny texture.
  • Spread the mixture on a baking sheet and cover with plastic wrap, making sure it sticks to the ganache. Refrigerate for 2 hours so that it slightly hardens.
  • With your clean, cold hands, make the truffle balls. Use about 1 tbsp. of the mixture for each truffle. Then, roll the truffle in the cocoa powder. Shake off any excess powder.
  • Decorate the truffles using a stamp. Place them in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Take the truffles out of the refrigerator and let them come to room temperature for a few minutes before serving.