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Pumpkin Pie Truffles Recipe
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Servings: 20

In a small bowl, stir together all of the ingredients but the chocolate. Taste the mixture and adjust the seasonings, if needed. Chill the filling until it is firm enough to roll into small balls.

Roll the filling into rounds for the truffle centers-this will make about twenty candies. Place the rolled truffle centers onto a plate and refrigerate again until firm.

Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or over very low heat. When the chocolate is smooth, use a fork to dip the chilled truffle centers, turning them to coat well, and then transfer the dipped truffles to waxed paper or parchment paper to cool. Let the chocolate set completely and then they are ready to serve.

Recipe submitted by Angela, Longmont, CO

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OMG Angela! These look fabulous! I have some leftover pumpkin puree in the fridge from making a pumpkin cheesecake and will be trying these tomorrow! Thanks for the recipe!

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# Posted By M | 12/30/13 6:59 PM
SOUNDS GREAT I WILL TRY THESE!!!
# Posted By Beverly P. | 1/5/14 3:22 PM
Can you SUBSTITUTE coconut oil for something else? :( Please email me, thank you
# Posted By Candy | 1/8/14 5:22 AM
Candy - try butter!
# Posted By Sarah S. | 1/8/14 10:19 AM
Just made these and the filling has been chilling for 30 mins and is still more like a thick pudding consistency. I followed recipe to the "T" so I am wondering 1) how long to chill to be firm enough to roll, and 2) if that doesn't happen is there something I can do to fix them to get the right consistency to be able to roll. Its SO delicious but I'd rather complete the recipe instead of eating it off a spoon! =)
# Posted By Annette | 7/15/14 6:23 PM
What kind of coconut cream concentrate did you use? Try adding more of that or coconut oil. I've made these and it was pretty thick as soon as I was done mixing it all up together that it didn't need much chilling time. CCC is pretty dense as it is.
# Posted By Sarah S. | 7/16/14 3:28 PM

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