Most types of chocolate candy can be frozen, including chocolate truffles. However, some types of chocolate candy keep better than others, and discoloration can be an issue when freezing chocolate.Continue Reading
When chocolate candy is removed from the freezer, it can become discolored in a phenomenon known as bloom. Although bloom does not alter the taste, it does effect the presentation.
To help limit discoloration, chocolate truffles should be well wrapped and placed in an airtight container before freezing. Defrosting the chocolate while it’s still sealed also helps prevent bloom.
Truffles in particular tend to spoil quickly when left at room temperature. They typically need to be refrigerated and enjoyed within a week or so, and freezing is one way to help them last longer.Learn more about Freezing Food
Chocolate truffles are made with bittersweet chocolate, heavy cream, vanilla extract and cocoa powder. The ingredients are mixed together and chilled for several hours before being rolled into truffles.Full Answer >
Popular chocolate candy bars include Milky Way, Caramello, Twix, Butterfinger and Snickers. Other famous names include 100 Grand, Heath, Skor, Kit Kat and Almond Joy.Full Answer >
Truffles are most commonly found in Europe. White truffles are primarily cultivated in Italy, while black truffles are harvested in France. Truffles also grow in Asia, North Africa and North America.Full Answer >
Truffle hunting usually involves taking a trained truffle hunting dog into a wooded area, following the dog closely as it sniffs out truffles, and using a rake to uncover them. Truffles usually grow near certain species of trees such as hazel nut, hickory, birch, fir and pine. Truffles tend to grow in moist soil, and they are easier to find after it rains. Pigs are great at sniffing out truffles, but enjoy eating the fungi too much for most hunters.Full Answer >