Stuffed Brownie Truffles

Ok, you need make these.
Not because they’re yummy.
Not because they’re cute.
But because they are EASY!
I promise.  The hardest part here is the dipping in the candy coating.  But lucky for us, these truffles are wearing a cover up…pretzels.
The pretzels are like your favorite beach sarong…there to accentuate the positives and disguise the lumpy bits.
I have a friend who challenges me on a daily basis about my definition of the word “easy”.
I guess when you’re baking on an almost daily basis your version of easy gets a little skewed.
But I promise you that these are easy and yummy and cute and people will think you’re super fancy because you made truffles.
 Let’s go…
It all starts with a brownie mix.
I normally bake brownies in a 9×9 because I like a thicker brownie, but bake these in a 9×13.  They will bake and cool faster.
Bake your brownies according to package directions and let cool completely.
When brownies are cooled trim off the hard edges.
What you do with these edges is up to you, but I won’t judge you if you eat them all…not because that’s what I did…*cough cough*
Then mash ’em up.
You won’t need to add frosting or any other binder because these brownies are really fudgy and hold together with no problem.
One box of brownies will make *roughly* 2 dozen truffles.
Now unwrap your Rolos.
If you are from Uranus and don’t know what Rolos are..they are delicious chocolate covered caramels.
(do you know how long I have been waiting to slip Uranus into a post?  hehe)
Now form your truffles…
They hold together really well, so I didn’t find that I needed to chill the truffles before dipping…but I am sure you could with no problem.
I chopped about a cup of pretzels to use as the topping…
I melted 6 oz of white almond bark with 1 Tablespoon of vegetable shortening (to thin it a bit) over a double boiler.
Then I dipped each truffle in the candy coating, tapping off the excess, and placed it on a waxed paper lined baking sheet.
Immediately sprinkle your crushed pretzels on the dipped truffle because the candy coating sets very quickly and you want the pretzels to stick.
They will be ready to go in 10-15 minutes!
That’s it!
So delicious and so many possibilities! 
I can’t wait to play around with this idea of the stuffed truffle 😉

Hi! I’m Shelly and I’m an addict. Of the buttercream sort. I started this site a few years ago as a way to justify my sugary, buttery obsession with desserts. It has worked out well for me so far, because as it turns out you guys all love sugary, buttery desserts too! It feels good to know you're not alone, doesn’t it?

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Jacqueline

Drooling all over Pinterest on this easy peasy one!

Nancy Horne
Nancy Horne

Filling ideas- York Peppermint Poppables,,

Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes]
Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes]

OH no! Shelly, you are going to be the sole reason I re-gain all my lost weight 🙂 I want a batchful like now!!

maura trujillo
maura trujillo

super interesante.. aver si pronto lo pruebo.
http://mtcupcake.blogspot.com/

mom24orsinis
mom24orsinis

I'm making them right now, with Reeses PB eggs and Rolos!! Don't they have mini kit kats? Or mini butterfinger? ALL good!!

Megan
Megan

I love your stuffed truffles!

grace
grace

the innards of these look so neat! bonus–rolos are one of my favorite candies of all time. nice treat!

Robyn
Robyn

Umm, can I please have 24 of these and stat? For real. I could gobble them up in no time flat!

Amanda
Amanda

Feature Alert! Feature Alert! I featured this over at Today's Top 20!

Amanda
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April
April

Ummm, you could totally send me about 2 dozen of those and I wouldn't get mad at all!

the cates
the cates

My mom has always made Rolo cookies but roll brownies…..yum! Have you ever chocolate chip cookie truffles? Super yummy too!

marla {Family Fresh Cooking}
marla {Family Fresh Cooking}

These are so fun and I love the salty pretzel topping!

Karly
Karly

These DO look easy, although I hate the dipping part. Mine never come out pretty…I'll have to try it with the pretzel "sarong." Haha!

Taija
Taija

Um…yum. Those are gonna work out just fine. Drooling!

ChiTown Girl
ChiTown Girl

Oh my hell!!! I need to make these RIGHT NOW!!! I've never thought to make truffles with brownies. I've seen it done with cake and frosting (I think you alluded to it in the post) but this sounds even better. And, Rolos and pretzels are the best combo on the planet. I make what we call Reindeer Bellybuttons at Christmas time. I'm sure you've made them, but maybe you call them something else. (Just in case you haven't – You put Rolos in the middle of a pretzel ring, then pop it in the oven on a cookie sheet for… Read more »

Joy
Joy

That looks so good.

Colleen
Colleen

Oh, these look sooooo yummy right now……..well anytime.
I bet these would be good using the small peanut butter cups also.
Thank U 4 sharing your wonderful, fantastic temtations.
Colleen

bridget {bake at 350}
bridget {bake at 350}

Oh girl….you are BAAAAD!!!!

Holly
Holly

WOW! I would eat them all!!!! lol What a genius idea : ) I will be making these for sure!

megan @ whatmegansmaking
megan @ whatmegansmaking

This is a great idea! Never thought to do this with brownies 🙂

Kylie Ryann
Kylie Ryann

Everything on your blog looks amazingly sinful!!! Seriously- rolo stuffed brownie truffles?! Yes please!

Joanne
Joanne

You know, if I make a sarong OUT of these…then no one will even notice my lumpy bits. And I bet I get a serious amount of attention from cute boys at the beach. Score.

Mimi
Mimi

Easy or not, these look incredible.
Mimi

Erin
Erin

Rolos = heaven! And holy heck, covered in a brownie and chocolate? I'm so making these right now! Thanks!

SprinkleBakes
SprinkleBakes

I love Rolos = I love these truffles!

Shelly Hi! I’m Shelly and I’m an addict. Of the buttercream sort. I started this site a few years ago as a way to justify my sugary, buttery obsession with desserts. It has worked out well for me so far, because as it turns out you guys all love sugary, buttery desserts too! It feels good to know you're not alone, doesn’t it?

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