Decorated with rose bud sanding sugar for a festive flair, these rich, creamy decadent dark chocolate rose truffles are the ultimate indulgence! With just a hint of floral flavor, they're perfect for date night, gifting, Valentine's, you name it!
LOOK what I made!!! Dark chocolate rose truffles 🌹🍫. Pretty, pink, and floral. I'm obsessed. Best believe these puppies make an annual appearance every Valentine's Day!
Be prepared for a shock. These decadent dark chocolate rose truffles only need 4 ingredients.
I shall repeat. 4 INGREDIENTS!
- All the chocolate - Dark chocolate for the filling and then your hearts desire for the coating.
- Heavy whipping cream - For the ganache inside.
- Rose water - For that hint of floral flavor!
- Sanding sugars/rose buds for optional decorating.
So TBH these dark chocolate rose truffles are from the same recipe as my other truffle concoctions, but with a couple changes.
Twist 1: Swap out the vanilla extract for just a touch of rose water. Really though, just a touch. You don't want to overdo it or you'll end up with soap tasting truffles.
Twist 2: Coat 'em in MORE chocolate! Chill the truffles, same as before, but this will become the inside of the truffle. Coat them in more chocolate for extra yums.
Commonly Asked Questions
Absolutely! Check the recipe for more info.
I haven't the foggiest. There's milk content in the chocolate and heavy cream for the truffle filling and I'm not sure how to susbtitute them without just creating an entirely different recipe.
No you don't have to! You can swap the rose water for another type of floral water, or citrus water (orange is always nice) for another variation. Or you could just skip it entirely, up to you!