Banana Caramel Truffle
Idea gallery #2269
- 2 cups Callebaut Real
- 2/3 cup Heavy Cream
- 1/2 tsp Cinnamon
- 1/4 tsp Nutmeg
- 1/4 tsp Salt
- 1/2 tsp Banana Cream Super Strength Oil
- Peter’s Soft Carame
- 1 pound Cocoa Lite, melted
- Gold Edible Paint
1. Ganache: Microwave cream, cinnamon & nut
meg together until hot, taking care to avoid
bringing it to a boil. Pour over chocolate and let
sit until chocolate begins to melt, approximately
2. Gently stir together until combined and all the
chocolate is melted and shiny.
3. Add banana cream flavoring and salt to the ga
nache and stir until fully combined.
4. Place a piece of plastic wrap on top of ganache
to prevent a skin from forming.
5. Chill in refrigerator until mixture is firm but not
stiff (20-30 minutes).
6. Remove ganache from refrigerator and stir with
spoon until an even consistency is reached.
Place ganache in a piping bag.
7. While ganache is cooling, melt candy coating.
Pour into a squeeze bottle.
8. Squeeze the coating into a clean, dry mold cavi
ty starting at the top rim, making sure the entire cavity (especially the sides) is covered with the
coating. Continue filling all the cavities in this manner.
9. Allow to set for 1-2 minutes for a thicker shell.
10. Turn the mold over and empty the excess candy onto parchment paper or silicone mat. (Excess
candy may be re-melted.)
11. Invert the mold and use a spatula to scrape all excess candy off the surface of the mold until
the top rim of the cavities appears neat. Let candy set up at room temperature.
12. Fill piping bag with soft caramel and pipe a small amount of in the center of the lined mold.
13. Pipe the banana cream ganache over the soft caramel, leaving room to seal candy with re
14. With melted coating in squeeze bottle, squeeze candy over filling, starting at the outer edge of
the cavity to insure proper sealing. Place in freezer.
15. When the mold is cloudy and the candy feels cold, invert the mold and the candy will drop from
16. Allow truffles to come to room temperature.
17. Dip paint brush into gold edible paint and flick onto truffles