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Chocolate Whiskey Toffee Truffles

Whiskey Chocolate Toffee Truffles in paper muffin cups in front of a bottle of Jack Daniel's Whiskey

A couple days ago, I told you guys about a little mental block I was having on the mountain. I am happy to let you know that I faced my fears, went back and hit the handrail!! Tear free I might add. It took a lot of convincing for me to try it again, all I could think about was what could go wrong, again. I feel like my parents are probably cringing right now; they are constantly telling that I should probably start to take it easy. Well I only have a couple “good years” left and I might as well have fun doing it. It’s good for me to push myself a little bit, because if I don’t, then I am not doing myself any good either. I am just letting the time pass by and I feel like that is a lesson I can apply to multiple avenues in my life. Anyway, you’re here for desserts and here I am boring you with my snowboards stories. It just literally all I do in the winter time.

Whiskey Chocolate Toffee Truffles in paper dessert cups

Can you believe we are halfway through January already? I have to admit, I haven’t started on my workout plan yet, work for me just hasn’t slowed down. I have however, cut back on my overtime hours. This has allowed me more time in the evening to focus on my blogging, which is what I really love! I did so much baking over Christmas, that it has enabled me to take the last couple of weekends off from baking. I think I needed it. I am ready to get back in the kitchen this weekend and get my hands dirty! Now if I can just stay ahead of my baking schedule, I will be all set!

Whiskey Chocolate Toffee Truffles in paper dessert cups with a bite out of one

One of things I made over Christmas break were these Chocolate Whiskey Toffee Truffles. I figured with Valentine’s day approaching, you might be looking for a decadent homemade treat to enjoy. These truffles should be your go-to homemade gift. They are SO SIMPLE! You heat the milk, let the chocolate melt, add your extracts and then let them re-harden and you’re just about done. It is important to use a high quality chocolate when making truffles. I love these truffles because they stay soft in the middle, which is the perfect contrast to the crunchy toffee on the outside. Plus, you get the hint of whiskey flavor in the middle. Personally, I love a little infused chocolate!

Whiskey Chocolate Toffee Truffles in a tin in front of a bottle of Jack Daniel's Whiskey

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Chocolate Whiskey Toffee Truffles

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  • Author: Julianne Dell
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 24-26 truffles


These truffles have a soft whiskey-infused center that is a wonderful contrast to the crunchy toffee coating.


  • 1 C Heavy cream
  • 2 tbsp Butter
  • 12 oz Dark chocolate
  • 1/4 C Whiskey
  • 1 C Toffee bits


  1. In a small saucepan, heat heavy cream and butter over medium-low heat just until bubbling. Stir to prevent the cream from burning.
  2. In a heatproof bowl, place dark chocolate chips in the bowl and pour heated heavy cream over top of the chocolate. Allow to sit for 10 minutes until the chocolate has melted slightly. Whisk until smooth. If the chocolate is not all melted, microwave the chocolate mixture in 15-20 second increments in the microwave.
  3. Add whiskey and stir into melted chocolate
  4. Allow mixture to cool and refrigerate until firm, overnight is best.
  5. Place toffee bits in a shallow bowl or paper plate.
  6. Scoop hardened chocolate with a melon baller or a tablespoon scoop. Roll into a smooth ball and roll in toffee bits. Keep refrigerated.

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15 thoughts on “Chocolate Whiskey Toffee Truffles”

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    Charlene Glover

    These look yummy, I’m going to make them with Coldcock whiskey, my new favorite whiskey. What brand of chocolate did you use?

    1. Julianne - Beyond Frosting
      Beyond Frosting

      I just used Jack Daniels because I had it on hand, but the better the brand, the better the flavor right!?

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    Alyssa @ My Sequined Life

    Perfect call on the Valentine’s day suggestion…my boyfriend’s jaw would drop if I made him something with both chocolate AND whiskey!

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    Beth @ bethcakes

    So glad you were able to conquer your fear! That’s great. 🙂 These truffles look divine! Love the dark chocolate and whiskey combo. I love that they’re rolled in toffee bits too!

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    Gloria // Simply Gloria

    Girlfriend, you have MANY good years left! Just don’t be bonking up the goods! lol
    I’m all about this infused chocolate! These are *Beyond Awesome*!

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    Melanie @ Carmel Moments

    I’ve never used whiskey in anything. Pair it up with chocolate and it’s bound to be good. These look super edible!

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    Lauren @ Dash of Soul

    Chocolate? Toffee?? Whiskey??? Too many good things in one bite! Definitely trying these this weekend!

  7. Not only the flavors (chocolate and whiskey!) but the textures (soft center, crunchy outside) make these truffles craving material! Thanks, Julianne!

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    Jocelyn @BruCrew Life

    Oh, my goodness…are you for real?? These sound so crazy awesome! I want some like now!!!

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    Jocelyn (Grandbaby Cakes)

    Gosh I could eat a whole slew of these. They make me happy just staring at the photos!