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Ferrero Rocher truffles are one of my all-time favorite candies and now you can make them at home! With only 5 ingredients, these irresistible balls of crunchy chocolate hazelnut deliciousness couldn't be easier. Kate, Recipe Hunter

Kate Swanson, NoshOnIt Recipe Hunter


Homemade Ferrero Rocher Truffles

Recreate your favorite candy at home

Ferrero Rocher truffles just may be one of our favorite candies of all time. The plastic boxes of gold wrapped truffles bring back memories of travels abroad and are a perfect gift for someone with a sweet tooth. Now, you can recreate the flavor and texture of these truffles at home! With only 5 ingredients, Tessa uses nutella, toasted hazelnuts, and crushed hazelnut wafer cookies for a creamy filling with crunch. After chilling, the balls are coated with a smooth chocolate ganache studded with little bits of toasted hazelnuts. This is the perfect (albeit slightly messy) project for an afternoon with the kids or to make as a homemade gift for family or friends. Wrap the truffles in decorative foil and adorn with a DIY sticker to make them look like the real thing.


Tessa Arias

Food Blogger, Recipe Developer, Author

Tessa Arias from Handle the Heat

Most of the recipes I make rely on simple ingredients and techniques that everyone can master. I want my recipes to be delightfully tasty yet achievable because there’s nothing better than the anticipation of a good meal or sweet treat.

Tessa is the blogger and recipe developer behind Handle the Heat, where she takes us on her culinary adventures with creative and delicious recipes. What’s so impressive is that not only is Tessa an active blogger, she’s also a college student and culinary school student at the same time! Although she has professional training, Handle the Heat is all about Tessa’s adventures in her own kitchen as she tries out new recipes while keeping things simple, fun, and flavorful. If that’s not enough, she’s also the author of an upcoming book dedicated to ice cream sandwiches at home!

Head over to Handle the Heat and say hello to Tessa on Twitter and Facebook.


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