These are the easiest Coconut, Cranberry & Pistachio truffles you’ll ever make, with a soft and sweet filling, covered in white chocolate and a salty and nutty exterior made out of crushed pistachios.
You’ll have a sweet and salty contrast flavor that makes these treats taste so amazingly good.
For these truffles you’ll need to prep ahead of time; they’re super simple, with very few ingredients, but they do need time in the fridge to let the filling set properly.
Once your filling is set you can make your truffles, using a cookie scoop so all of them turn out the same size, form them with your hands and place them on your prepared cookie sheet and refrigerate for an additional hour.
After your truffles are set, melt your chocolate (here are some tips on how to do it properly!) dunk them in melted chocolate and roll them in your crushed pistachios, and voila! your truffles are done! just let them set and enjoy
Coconut: make sure its unsweetened!
Heavy cream: This will help your filling ingredients stick together
Cranberries: use any dried cranberries of your choice
White chocolate: look for a good quality white chocolate, you’ll notice the difference!
Pistachios: look for salted pistachios, they will give a very special salty and sweet flavor to your truffles. Also, please do buy shelled pistachios! (trust me on this, your fingers will thank you)
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