This is a sponsored post written on behalf of The French Farm, a kind sponsor for #CookoutWeek.

My last post for #CookoutWeek is another recipe featuring Harissa Paste from The French Farm. Read on to enter the giveaway, and see what everyone else is making, or skip to the end of the post where you can find this simple to make recipe for Spicy Harissa Chocolate Truffles that seem like a lot of work.

Spicy Harissa Chocolate Truffles

 

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Get those grills fired up… because it’s #CookoutWeek 2017! This week, I’m joining forces with over 40 food blogger friends to bring you delicious recipes perfect for every backyard BBQ, picnic, summer party, or cookout.

We also have a fabulous giveaway featuring products from the brands who have made #CookoutWeek possible! You can enter below to win:

  • From blog host The PinterTest Kitchen: $100 Amazon gift card, to use to buy all the supplies you need for your next cookout
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  • From our sponsor True Made Foods: A 3-bottle sampler pack of sauces with real flavors made from real vegetables and less sugar – Ketchup, BBQ, and Veracha

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Spicy Harissa Chocolate Truffles

I loved the Double Spiced Harissa Marinated Chicken I made the other. The spice in the Harissa paste mixed with the yogurt and made for a lovely tenderizing marinade for the chicken. But I wondered if I could make something sweet with the Harissa paste as well?! Turns out chocolate and Harissa paste are a smooth, spicy combination you’ll want to share with friends. Ok fine, so you might want to hide in the closet and eat these as well. I’m no one to judge.

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The French Farm was started as a hobby to bring gourmet French foods to the United States for personal use but soon blossomed into a thriving business. They strive to bring many small producer’s products to American consumers and give you the feel of a French market when you browse their online store. I can’t wait to go back to France and spend time in the markets but until then I have The French Farm!

Spicy Harissa Chocolate Truffles

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Spicy Harissa Chocolate Truffles
Spicy Harissa Chocolate Truffles, dark chocolate and Harissa paste are a smooth, spicy combination you'll enjoy even if you don't like a lot of heat.
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Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Passive Time 55 minutes
Servings
truffles
Ingredients
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Passive Time 55 minutes
Servings
truffles
Ingredients
Votes: 0
Rating: 0
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Rate this recipe!
Instructions
  1. pour the chopped chocolate in a dry mixing bowl
  2. heat the heavy whipping cream and Harissa paste to almost boiling stirring constantly
  3. pour over the chopped chocolate and let it stand for a few minutes until the chocolate melts
  4. stir to make sure everything has melted and then let stand for 10 minutes
  5. spread in a foil lined cake 9 inch cake pan and chill for 30 minutes or until the chocolate is set but still pliable
  6. scoop out truffles using a teaspoon cookie scoop
  7. lay on a baking sheet and chill again
  8. roll in unsweetened cocoa powder, sprinkles or powdered sugar and chill until ready to serve
Recipe Notes
  • using a chilled teaspoon cookie scoop is the easiest way to make these truffles but you can use your hands as well

Spicy Harissa Chocolate Truffles