TruffleGod COMMENT: In reference to the lumpy truffles, one possibility is that a little water (perhaps from condensation or a wet utensil) got into the chocolate while you were stirring. Any water getting into chocolate will cause it to seize up.
Dec 14, 2010
Guest Foodie COMMENT: Can these truffles be frozen after they're made?
Dec 9, 2006
ymh2986 REVIEW: I don't know what the other reviewer did to get a lumpy result. I followed the directions exactly, and my mixture was smooth as silk. But the Bailey's Irish Cream was barely detectable. I was afraid to add more and botch up the recipe, so I added just a bit of pure orange extract and rolled these in finely chopped pecans. Excellent and perfectly smooth. I'd make these again and serve with Baileys as an accompaniment in a beautiful little after dinner glass.
Jan 27, 2006
Guest Foodie COMMENT: Regarding other review. If your truffles appear lumpy and not smooth. Use a hand mixer and mix the chocolate, slowly add heavy cream, one tablespoon at a time, and continue beating until smooth and creamy! No troubles, great truffles every time.
Dec 23, 2005
starrthepixie Member since: August 21, 2005 COMMENT: I"ve made truffles before but the mixture it turning out lumpy with a layer of liquod ontop i've never had this happen before any suggestions as to what could cause this when i followed the recipe exactly the way its written.