Sugar Cookie Hot Cocoa Cupcakes.
I think I need to start making more appetizers.
And more Greek food.
I love Greek food. I think it cures all things.
Or at least I wish it cured all things. I am currently not feeling so good. I have that whole sore throat, achy thing going on. Complete with the chills and a to-do list the size of Santa’s naughty and nice list. To be honest, it is not that bad. I just really hate sore throats. I think sore throats and the flu are maybe some of the worst things ever.
So anyway, here’s the deal with these cheesy, salty and delicious truffles.
They were supposed to be red and green and super pretty.
But they turned out to be more pink than red.
I had this pretty little cheesy truffle picture in my head, but to be honest they really looked nothing like the ones your see here. However… these just tasted too good not to share with you.
These truffles are pretty much all my favorite Greek foods rolled into one tiny ball.
It is a great thing.
They are really easy and can be made days in advance, which I think is pretty awesome. I mean anything I can get ready ahead of time is good. This means no rushing around pouring chips in bowls as people are arriving.
Oh, and I should mention, as a kid this was my job while my mom was in the shower and guests were piling through our door. Somehow, I was always the one stuck greeting people. My mom tries, but she can NEVER be less than thirty minutes late to anything……even to her own parties.
So these would be really great appetizers for her, or me, and definitely you. Unfortunately, the only people we entertain these days are snowboarders. It’s really quite pathetic. Whoever you entertain, ladies, gentlemen, boys or girls, most people will really enjoy these. I mean they have loads of feta cheese and are rolled into a cute little ball that is then rolled in pistachios. Plopped on top of pita chips… got to love anything that you can eat with pita chips.
Oh and the only reason I called these truffles was because I saw Rachel Ray do it last year with these goat cheese truffles and ever since I have wanted to make cheese truffles!
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We are just going to pretend that this is red (and not pink). Or better yet, let’s just starting eating them.
I left out the olives for guests who don’t like olives, and these were still bursting with flavor. Loved being able to assemble in advance and then just pop on crackers right before the guests show up. I will definitely be making these for many gatherings in the future!
Happy Monday!! 💘 Thanks so much for making this recipe, I love to hear that it turned out well for you! xx
Wow what a great recipes, I have been looking around for recipes with truffles, I bought some from here http://www.trufflehunter.co.uk