Some people still don’t know the difference between fudge and truffle. They think fudge and truffle are the same things. Are you one of those people who don’t know what is the difference between chocolate fudge and chocolate truffle?
Through this article, Tulip Chocolate will give you some insight into the difference between the 2 chocolate desserts that people love. We are also going to share the chocolate fudge and chocolate truffle recipe that you can try for your dessert business.
What is The Difference between Fudge and Truffle?
Chocolate fudge and chocolate truffle have the same characteristics which contain a creamy and tasty chocolate dessert. But, the difference is they have a different shape where chocolate fudge has a square shape and chocolate truffle has a ball shape.
Besides that, the content of those 2 chocolate desserts is different. Chocolate fudge is made by crystallized sugar which contains milk, sugar, and butter, while chocolate truffle contains chocolate and heavy cream rolled in the cocoa powder and looks more like candy.
Chocolate Fudge and Chocolate Truffle Recipe
The cooking process for chocolate fudge and chocolate truffle is very simple. The ingredients are also easy to find. In here, you will find the recipe of chocolate fudge and chocolate truffle recipe you can try at home.
1. Chocolate Fudge Recipe
For the traditional chocolate fudge, you can gather these ingredients:
You can add some toppings such as chocolate rice, cocoa powder, nuts, dried fruits, etc. After all of the ingredients are prepared, you can follow these instructions:
Prepare a saucepan and heat the heavy cream until it simmers.
Cut the Tulip Dark Compound Chocolate to the pieces and add it to the heavy cream. Mix them until the chocolate is melted completely.
Add the vanilla extract and mix it until well combined.
Let it cool to room temperature then store it in the fridge for about 1 to 2 hours.
Take the chocolate truffle out and scoop it with the spoon, roll it into the balls.
Prepare the toppings and roll the chocolate truffle on them until every side is covered by the toppings.
That’s the information you need to know about the difference between fudge and truffle. Please visit the Tulip Chocolate products section to find more about chocolate materials you might need for your business and contact us to make the order.