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Red Wine Chocolate BonBons

    Red Wine Chocolate BonBons

    Today in this recipe, I’ll show you how to prepare Red Wine Chocolate BonBons or you can say that you will know the great recipe to make Red Wine Chocolate BonBons, today. So, without wasting time let’s start:

    Time To Make It

    The approximate time to make the Red Wine Chocolate BonBons is shown in table which is given below:

    Prep TimeCook TimeInactive TimeTotal TimeServings
    30 minutes20 minutes6 hours6 hr 50 minutes3 dozen red wine chocolate bonbons

    Ingredients To Make Red Wine Chocolate BonBons

    To make the Red Wine Chocolate BonBons, the ingredients which are required to make this recipe are the following which are shown below:

    For the red wine chocolate filling:

    • One and a quarter cups heavy cream
    • Twenty ounces of freshly chopped dark chocolate
    • One tsp vanilla
    • Five and a half Tablespoons (78g/2.75 ounces) of unsalted butter, room temperature, cut into tiny cubes
    • half a cup of rich red wine

    For the chocolate coating:

    • 1/3 cup chopped semi-sweet chocolate (226 grammes/8 ounces) OR cocoa powder (see notes)

    Instructions To Make Red Wine Chocolate BonBons

    To make the Red Wine Chocolate BonBons, these are some very important instructions that you have to follow while making it. So by following these ones you will be able to make the Red Wine Chocolate BonBons and the instructions are the following which are shown below:

    For the red wine chocolate filling:

    1. Heat the cream in a small saucepan over low heat until it starts to boil. Take the cream off of the stove and stir in the chocolate chips. After letting the liquid settle for two minutes without stirring, whisk it until smooth. Add the butter and vanilla, then whisk quickly until smooth and glossy. Lastly, whisk in the wine and stir until well incorporated. 
    2. Once the mixture is in a medium-sized dish, let it cool to room temperature. Then, cover the bowl securely with plastic wrap and place it in the refrigerator for four hours, or until it becomes solid enough to scoop out.

    For the chocolate coating:

    1. Pour one-third of the water into a medium saucepan and set over medium heat to a gentle simmer. Stack a heat-resistant bowl on the pan so that it fits tightly and doesn’t come into contact with the boiling water. Half of the chopped chocolate should be added to the bowl over the saucepan once the heat is lowered to low. Using a rubber spatula, stir the chocolate occasionally while heating it until it melts completely. After the chocolate has melted fully, take the pan off of the heat while maintaining the bowl on top of the pan, and whisk in the chocolate that was set aside.
    2. Transfer the melted chocolate into a liquid measuring cup just before dipping.


    1. Make sure your refrigerator has adequate space for both baking sheets before you start since the truffles need to cool before they are covered in chocolate.
    2. Put parchment paper on two big baking sheets and set them aside.
    3. Take two tsp of the truffle filling and immediately roll it into a ball with your palms. Proceed to place all of the truffles on the baking sheet that has been ready. Before dipping the rolled truffles in the chocolate, they should be chilled for at least fifteen minutes.
    4. Take the chilled truffles out of the fridge and use a small spoon or fork to start dipping them into the chocolate. Place the coated truffles back onto the trays.
    5. Let the truffles rest for approximately an hour at room temperature to solidify. 


    • Regular heavy cream will work if heavy whipping cream is not available. You should not use regular milk in place of anything else.
    • To ensure that the chocolate and cream mix smoothly, cut the chocolate finely.
    • Don’t use chocolate chips; use genuine chocolate.
    • Truffles can be kept for up to a week at room temperature.
    • Instead of covering the truffles in chocolate, you might roll them in cocoa powder.

    Conclusion (Red Wine Chocolate BonBons)

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