Keurig K-cup Recipe-Homemade Coffee Vanilla Spice Truffles

Posted on Tue, Sep 30, 2014

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While perusing the baking cookbooks at the library as I always do, I happened upon a cute little book titled "No Bake Makery". It is filled with recipes that require, get this, no oven!  The author uses a unique combination of store bought cookies, crackers, pretzels, etc adds a burst of flavor and tops with chocolate in most cases.  Although I was dying to try them all, one in particular pretty much jumped up and screamed you must make me. 

Ladies and gentlemen I give you my rendition of the perfectly named "Bite O' Joe".

You will need:

1 extra bold, dark roast Keurig K-cup coffee (I chose Sumatran Reserve)

1 box of vanilla wafers

1/8 cup of flour

1/4 cup half and half

1 1/2 cups of white chocolate chips

espresso beans

dash of cinnamon

dash of nutmeg

dash of cloves

dash of salt

- Start by brewing your Keurig K-cup coffee on the lowest water setting of your brewer. 

- Add the cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves to the now brewed coffee, stir and set aside. 

- Process the vanilla wafers in a food processor until finely ground. 

- Place the now ground vanilla wafers in a medium size bowl, add the flour and salt, stir well.

- Add the 1/4 cup of the coffee (drink the rest) and half and half to the dry ingredients and combine until a dough like consistency forms. 

- Place in the fridge for 30 minutes to chill.

- Line a cookie sheet with wax paper.

- Form 1 inch balls with the dough and place on the cookie sheet.

- Once you have formed all of the dough into ball like shapes (mine were a bit blob like!) place the entire cookie sheet in the freezer for one hour.

- Melt the chocolate either with a double boiler or in the microwave.  If you use the microwave heat on 30 second intervals, stirring in between.

- Dip the balls into the white chocolate, coating the entire tops and bottoms if you so desire. 

- Place on a clean sheet of wax paper.

- Top with one espresso bean.

- Place in fridge for 30 minutes to chill.

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Viola, you now have a fancy smancy coffee vanilla spice truffle to share with friends. I have personally hid them deep inside my freezer, where no one will find them so I can keep them all to myself!

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