Cookie Dough Truffles


Welp, I decided to hop on the truffle bandwagon, and make cookie dough truffles for Easter/preparation for Easter. I love truffles. They are easy, delicious, and a part from the chilling part, super quick too. These are a cookie dough version. You mix it up, roll them into balls, form them into eggs and chill them. It’s really as simple as that. I love these for Easter for a multitude of reasons. You can make a lot of them in one batch and have dessert ready in no time. Especially if you are invited to someone’s house for Easter Brunch/Dinner, this is a great take-along dessert. You really can’t go wrong with cookie dough, candy and sprinkles, and aren’t they just adorable! I love cute food! I think I like looking at them, just as much as I like eating them!









Beer Love:

Beer: Monday Night Brewing’s Bourbon Barrel Aged Drafty Kilt
Brewed By: Monday Night Brewing
Style: Scottish Ale
ABV: 8.50%
Description: Monday Night Brewing is a hidden little gem found in the Atlanta area of Georgia, therefore we do not get their beer here in Colorado. Lucky enough for me, Zach was just in Atlanta and brought back this S-P-E-C-T-A-C-U-L-A-R scotch ale. Monday Night has an everyday version, but also has this Bourbon Barrel Aged version. If you know me at all, you know that I’m a sucker for anything bourbon barrel aged. When I found out that this was a scotch ale, I almost had a fit. This beer is delicious. It’s very well-balanced and has hints of chocolate, caramel and fruity notes. I love it with these truffles. Normally I would go with something like a stout for sweet treats, but I couldn’t pass up this pairing. It pairs very well with sweets, and this recipe is no different. If you live in the Southeastern part of the USA, pick up some of Monday Night’s brews. You won’t be disappointed.