Mother's Day Truffles...


Mother's Day, a day to celebrate mummy's everywhere (well in the UK today). And what do mummy's like... chocolate! And what do mummy's want...chocolate! And with these little beauties you can treat mum and still keep her on plan, ok more on plan then you would with most treats ;)

These 3 ingredient truffles are so easy to make and take no time at all! Eaten straight away or piled into a jar ready for mum to dip into when ever the craving possesses her, these little bites of goodness will make any mum smile!


200g Dark Chocolate
50g Milk Chocolate
1 tub fat free quark. (room temperature)
cocoa powder/crushed walnuts


1. Melt your chocolate in a bowl over a pan of hot water. Once melted leave to cool slightly.
2. Fold in your quark. Important it must be room temp other wise the chocolate will seize up. If it does just add a little skimmed milk heated in the microwave. Stir until smooth and then place in the fridge to set.
3. After and hour or so remove from the fridge and using a spoon scoop out a little bit of the chocolate and then using slightly wet hands mould into a bite sized ball.
4. Place on a plate dusted with cocoa powder or chopped walnuts and coat the balls and then set aside. Continue this process until you have used up all the chocolate.

Store in a dry cool place and try not to eat them all ;)

Truffles so rich and delicious you wouldn't believe they are low fat! But they are...just 2 syns each!

To all my mummy readers, even if not in the UK, know you are amazing and well done for all you do!!

recipe - my own
syns - 2 syns each

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