July 25th, 2012 by Rosa
Nutffles was a company that was new to me until I visited their booth at Sweets and Snacks. Nutffles is supposed to be a portmanteau for nut truffle (and also happens to cause some middle-school-boy giggles when said out loud).
I picked up free samples of their Hazelnut, Almond, and Red Velvet truffles. The samples that I got came individually wrapped and labeled, though from their website it also looks like they come in a four-pack.
The Hazelnut and Almond nutffles both had a lone nut in their center that was suspended in a thick, creamy, and smooth chocolate ganache. It was all surrounded by a crunchy wafer cookie, topped with a few rice crispies, and covered in milk chocolate. In the case of the Hazelnut nutffle, it reminded me of a naked Ferrero Rocher.
The texture on these from the mix of crispy wafer cookie, rice crisps, and smooth ganache was pretty great, and the whole nut in the center brought extra roasted nuttiness. I found them to be a tad too sweet for my taste, but they were otherwise enjoyable.
Red Velvet was covered in a cream cheese flavored white chocolate and had an almond in the center. The coating had a sour cream cheesey tinge that I really enjoyed (I’m a sucker for cream cheese frosting), and the red-tinged center had a nice cocoa finish.
I think these are all OM-worthy, though Red Velvet was my favorite. Can there be more cream cheese/cheesecake flavored candies in the world, please?
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