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Maple Cream Bonbons

"'My family always smiles when I fix these chocolates,' writes Ginny Truwe of Mankato, Minnesota. 'They recall the winter when I put trays of the candy centers on top of my van in the garage to freeze before dipping. Later, I drove off and was horrified to see the little balls rolling on the highway!'"
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30 m servings
Original recipe yields 60 servings

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  1. In a mixing bowl, cream the butter, sugar and maple flavoring until smooth. Stir in walnuts. Shape into 1-in. balls; place on waxed paper-lined baking sheets. Freeze until firm.
  2. In a microwave or heavy saucepan, melt the chips; dip balls and place on waxed paper-lined baking sheets. Refrigerate until hardened. Store in the refrigerator.

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These truffles are excellent! I loved the maple flavor, and really liked the addition of butterscotch chips to the coating. This gave the coating a nice flavor...not overly chocolatey. I cut the...

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These were good, but just not enough of a maple flavor for me. I will try it again adding more maple to it. Also, they were a little on the messy side when trying to roll them into balls, I ha...

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These truffles are excellent! I loved the maple flavor, and really liked the addition of butterscotch chips to the coating. This gave the coating a nice flavor...not overly chocolatey. I cut the...

I knew this would be good as soon as I tested the cream mixture. WOW! The only thing I changed was the maple flavoring. I bought a 1 fl. oz. bottle and when I measured it out it wasn't exactly 3...

These are good, but very sweet! I had a hard time dipping them in the chocolate. I should have read the reviews first and added a little shortening to the melted chocolate because it was too t...

Love, love, love these. Made them just as directed, and no one could believe that I made them! They taste like I got them from a fancy candy shop!

YUM! I am giving this 5 stars on taste alone. The only problem I had was that I froze the balls and then dunked them in the melted chocolate, causing the coating on some of the bon bons to sli...

Wonderful flavor, and let me say that these came out very nicely for my first try at making chocolate/maple cream bon-bons. I clearly need practice in making chocolates, though, as I found that ...

These were good, but just not enough of a maple flavor for me. I will try it again adding more maple to it. Also, they were a little on the messy side when trying to roll them into balls, I ha...

Way too much maple extract which turned the entire batch of candy bitter. Adding extra powdered sugar did no good. I could taste the extract all day long & even the next morning.

very good..more like candy than a cookie