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July 10, 2014

Salted Caramel Truffles

The easiest recipe for Salted Caramel Truffles with only 5 ingredients to make these scrumptious Truffles ~ be warned .. they are highly addictive !

I used my favorite recipe for Caramels, coated the rolled balls in Dark Chocolate and sprinkled them with coarse Sea Salt - all with only 5 ingredients {Chocolate and Salt included!}

These Salted Caramel Truffles are so easy to make and they are a frequent sweet treat in our house.

I have to warn you though, these Truffles disappear as if there is no tomorrow. They are extremely addictive and I can never stop eating them. Good thing the rest of my family also love them, otherwise my weight might just jump sky-high !

I usually keep them in a sealed container in the refrigerator during Summer, as they tend to go very soft and sometimes even melt with the Summer heat, but during Winter these Salted Caramel Truffles are usually kept close-by in the lounge, which is not a good thing ... it's a case of  " I see .. I must have .."

All in all, it is a miracle if we have any left over from the previous day !

Salted Caramel Truffles



INGREDIENTS:

1 can (397g) Sweetened Condensed Milk
2 TB Butter, cubed
1/3 cup Golden- or Treacle Syrup
2 slabs (90g each) Dark Chocolate, good eating quality
1 - 2 t Coarse Sea Salt

DIRECTIONS:

1.) Place the Condensed Milk, Butter and Syrup in a medium saucepan - bring to the boil, lower heat and simmer, stirring continuously, for 5 - 10 minutes or until the mixture has turned a caramel color and has thickened.
2.) Remove from the heat - cool completely - roll into small truffle sized balls - chill for an hour or two in the refrigerator.
3.) Melt the Dark Chocolate - dip the Caramel balls in the Chocolate - place on a sheet of aluminum foil and sprinkle immediately with Sea Salt.


The easiest recipe for Salted Caramel Truffles with only 5 ingredients to make these scrumptious Truffles ~ be warned .. they are highly addictive !

LINDA
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35 comments:

  1. Totally drooling over these Linda!!

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  2. These sound totally awesome, Linda! Good thing I have helpers to help me eat them too! :)

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  3. Something so delicious really shouldn't be so easy to make!

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  4. These look delicious! I love caramel and chocolate together. Pinned! Thank you :).

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  5. Wow Linda, these look so good...and so easy! Pinned!

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  6. Delicious! Pinned! Found you on Diana rambles pin party! Unfadingbeautyblog.com

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  7. Oh yum, these would be awesome at Christmas. Pinned

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  8. Looks delicious! I'm stopping by from Serenity Saturday blog hop.
    Thanks
    Angie

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  9. Oh yeah!!! now I could eat these anytime!!

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  10. I love salted caramel and dark chocolate. You've just mentioned a few of my favorites. Can't wait to try this yummy recipe! Pinned

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  11. Oh, these look super sweet. You can't go wrong with a great truffle :-)

    Thanks for sharing at Marvelous Monday on Smart Party Planning ;-)

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  12. Yum! I love dark chocolate and sea salt. Who knew that it could be so divine?!

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  13. Combining caramel and dark chocolate...perfect. These look perfect. Pinned.

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  14. These look great! Will be making these this week!

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  15. I'm hoping I can get some golden syrup because these look to die for.

    Sarah @ Backwoods Babies

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  16. MY goodness! I'm going to need to make those!

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  17. These look incredible! The temptation for me would be to hide them and keep them all to myself. Delicious!

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  18. Well, you found my weak spot! Oh my...... These look scrumptious..... :)
    xo, Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

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  19. I'm wiping the drool off my chin...my shirt...my shoes...OH MY! This sounds absolutely mouth-watering. Thanks so very much for sharing with us at Weekend Potluck. Do come again soon...your lovely recipes really help us set an awesome table. =)

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  20. Hi! Visiting via Wonderful Wednesdays :) LOVE truffles and I can't wait to try these. I think I can get golden syrup at a British store that just opened up near us.
    Diana

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  21. Congratulations! This post is going to be featured over at Diana Rambles tomorrow and has been pinned in the Featured at Diana Rambles board at Pinterest, Tweeted, and Recommended on G+. Please grab a featured button off my sidebar or via the link under the features. Thanks for sharing this awesome idea!

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  22. These look fabulous! Thanks so much for sharing them at the Feature Friday Link Palooza! I featured this one as one of my favorites over on my blog, come check it out and link up again!

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  23. What a great tip! Hello, my name is Misty, from The LadyPrefers2Save at http://theladypreferstosave.com, and I'm one of the new co-hosts for the Merry Monday Linky Party! Thanks for linking up at the Merry Monday's Linky Party this week. Have an awesome weekend!

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  24. I may be the only person on the planet who hasn't tries salted caramel something. I'm always behind the times. I really can't resist dark chocolate though! These truffles look awesome, Linda.

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  25. Oh my those look so yummy!! I bet I would eat them all .. lol

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  26. You had me at Salted Caramel! Thanks for linking up at the Creative Spark Link Party! I hope you will stop by again today to link up! http://bit.ly/1kbGQ7W

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  27. How many does this make? Can't wait to give it a go.

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    1. Sian, a bit smaller than 2cm {smaller than 1 inch} in diameter balls will get you around 20 - 24 {I suggest making a double batch as these disappear quickly ;-) } - replying here as your e-mail is not attached to your comment.

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  28. I have never tried salted truffles and they look so good!! Totally Pinned!!

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    1. Stephen TB = the abbreviation of a tablespoon ( 3 x teaspoons/ 15ml ) - replying here as your e-mail is not attached to your comment :-)

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  30. What is Golden- or Treacle Syrup. Is there something else I can use if I can find this item? I want to make these for xmas.

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