19 dcembre 2016

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TAGS:  orange   gluten free       LABELS: Chocolat  Sans - Gluten  Low Sugar  No Bake  Citrus 

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10 Commentaires

Pierre Charbonneau   2017-10-05

Not as much a cookie but a simple ticket straight to heaven… Sweet, flavory and so pretty!

Kimberlie 2017-10-07

You make me laugh. Just two to three bites of deliciousness.

Terri   2017-05-15

I made these for Mother's Day and I used raspberry flavoring with a raspberry sanding sugar. They were a big hit with the Moms! The raspberry color was so pretty and the flavor soft - perfect with a white chocolate. I would make these again. So easy and so pretty.

Kimberlie 2017-05-20

Orange Truffles made into Raspberry Truffles! Love it. What a great idea. I bet they were beautiful. So happy they turned out well for you!

Terri   2017-05-12

What can I substitute for the vanilla sugar?

Kimberlie 2017-05-14

The vanilla sugar is optional. It mixes in with the sanding sugar and citric acid.

Esined   2017-03-04

Thank you for this recipe Kimberlie! I made these last week, and they were fun to make and a very nice treat! I love the burst of orange. I found all of the ingredients that I needed at Bulk Barn, including the orange oil and citric acid.

Kimberlie 2017-03-04

Bulk Barn! Good to know. I'm asked all the time where to pick up the citric acid and citrus oil. Happy you made these Orange Truffles and enjoyed them. Good news.

Terri   2017-02-17

Oh! Thank you for the tip Kim! Will check all of that out! This recipe looks like a great one to springboard with different flavors and colors!

Terri   2017-02-06

I'm wondering if these can be made with pink or red for valentine's day? With a raspberry flavoring? Where can I purchase the citric acid? Can I use any kind of colored sugar?

Kimberlie 2017-02-06

Hi Terri, I've made these truffles with peppermint extract rolled in red and white sugar and another batch with lemon oil, rolled in yellow sugar. The peppermint truffles were delightful. Of course, raspberry will be good and any color sugar would work well. Try to find course sanding sugar as it'll provide good texture. Where to find the citric acid? I ordered mine from amazon.ca. Or try the health food store in the mall where you work. I bet they have it. They're very comprehensive. Michaels or The Kitchen Jukebox will have sanding sugar. The Kitchen Jukebox is in Laval. Very cool place.

Fran   2017-01-07

The combo of chocolate and orange...pure heaven!! Thank you

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

You're welcome. Classic combinations like this never get old. Always excellent. Thanks for your comment.

Kristina   2017-01-07

Oh, these look sooo good! Dangerous to have around, I bet.

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

Certainly. I found it difficult to eat more than one. They're fairly rich. Thanks for your comment.

Michele H   2017-01-07

That is perfection! Looks delicious.

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

Thank you Michele. Hopefully you have a chance to make them. You won't be disappointed.

faithy   2017-01-07

Sooo pretty!!! And bet it taste delicious too!

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

Thanks Faithy.

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