Rum Truffles

Go get your disco dust out for these rum truffles. Trust me when I say it a little dust goes a long towards making things dressy.

The rum truffle recipe is from BHG. It’s seriously awesome. It’s not often that I eat batter-I know weird, but I don’t. I’ll taste it, but I usually wait for the finish product. But this recipe-I had to stop my spooning finger from reaching for more.

 

Hit the jump to check to out the rest of this contributing post over at Better Homes and Garden’s blog Delish Dish. And psst . . . I’ll be using that recipe for another upcoming post-stay tuned.

Comments

  1. says

    I’ve been wanting to try edible glitter dust forever but never knew what to use it on. Great idea!

    Reply

    • Rae replied: — February 11th, 2015 @ 10:16 pm

      Disco dust is PLASTIC CRAFT GLITTER!!! It is NOT for use on any food–ever. Doesn’t matter that it’s non toxic–it’s PLASTIC and we don’t feed plastic to people.

      Edible glitter is made from gum arabic, sanding sugar, or gelatin.

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  2. Rae says

    Disco dust is PLASTIC CRAFT GLITTER!!! It is NOT for use on any food–ever. Doesn’t matter that it’s non toxic–it’s PLASTIC and we don’t feed plastic to people.

    Edible glitter is made from gum arabic, sanding sugar, or gelatin.

    Reply

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