Passover starts tonight and while last night consisted of my mom, sister, and I baking loads of kosher for Passover desserts, I made these to get rid of the opened cookies and such. Perhaps they were one of the best truffles I have ever made — partially because they combine my favorite treats: Marshmallow fluff, Nilla Wafers and Pom Pom Donuts! No joke, I usually just dip the Nilla wafer into the fluff to make a little sandwich but seeing the pom poms on the table just sparked my mind!
In the food processor, grind half a box of Nilla Wafers until they are fine crumbs:
Then add 4 tablespoons of cream cheese –having it room temperature makes it easier to incorporate
At this point, I also added 3 hefty spoonfuls of fluff..I love fluff!
Use your hands, or if you want to be clean a spoon, and mix until combined
BUT WAIT! There were Pom Pom Donut Holes on my kitchen counter, humph…why not incorporate those into these truffley balls of deliciousness. So go ahead and crumble in about 12-15 donuts, or as many as you got!
Since the doughnut holes had the glaze on them, you dont need to add more fluff but you can if you want, I added another spoon full to make sure all the filling stayed stuck together
Mix is until all conbined
Form into small balls and freeze for about 15 minutes or until they are chilly
Uh Oh! Camera DIED so while I ran upstairs to charge it I dipped them into white chocolate, add some vegetable shortening so they dont crack! My friend Claudia told me this and boy have I never been happier!!!!
I then drizzled with some “dark” chocolate for aesthetic appeal and to add a more “chocolatey” bite to them.
These are almost a “throw what you got on hand in” type of treat. For example, try with oreos and chocolate doughnuts or graham crackers and sprinkles…the possibilities are endless!!
Off to Passover Sedar!! Happy Holidays to those observing and if not, go make these! Seriously, they are that good!
With love and cupcakes,