Condensed Milk Chocolate Truffles Recipe

Perfect for any season, this dessert is very easy to make. Condensed milk chocolate truffles is a great way to end a good meal. Tasty overload with the mixture of unsweetened cocoa powder and sweetened condensed milk. Everybody will surely love this!


• 100 grams unsweetened cocoa powder
• 1 can (390 grams) sweetened condensed milk
• 1 1/2 cup sweetened cocoa powder


Prepare a baking dish or any mold.
Cover it with cling wrap.
Set aside

In a bowl, put 100 grams of unsweetened cocoa powder.
Set aside.

In a separate bowl, pour the condensed milk.
Microwave for 30 seconds.
Remove from microwave and put a sifter above it.
Sift the unsweetened cocoa powder.
Add this gradually.
Every time you add sifted cocoa powder, whisk the mixture until well combined.
Repeat this process until the last unsweetened cocoa powder.
Dust the baking dish or mold with sweetened cocoa powder.
Evenly spread the mixture on it.
Dust it off again with sweetened cocoa powder on top.
Completely cover the mixture with the cling wrap.
Refrigerate for 2 hours or until it is firm.
Prepare a baking tray or any flat surface container where you can place the truffles.
Dust it off with sweetened cocoa powder.
Place the mixture on top of it.
Cut into preferred sizes.
Serve and enjoy!

Condensed Milk Chocolate Truffles Recipe
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