Isolating? Searching for a last-minute gift? Feeling hungry? You need Christmas truffles.

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I’ve always been a foodie. If, as they say, you really are what you eat, I’d probably take the shape of a chicken, grow halloumi-tasting wings and have chocolate chunks for eyes. Honestly, that’s probably one of the main reasons why I love Christmas. Whilst I know it’s about spending time with family and celebrating traditions, it’s also a time to make and eat great food. My go to? Chocolate truffles. Super easy to knock together, making truffles is a fun way to pass an hour or so. Luckily, they also taste great, making it a perfect snack or a cheap-but-impressive Christmas gift for

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