204: Make Your Own Truffles
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We will be offering this class and set again once we have a chance to catch our breath after this season's holiday requests. We also recommend our virtual 103 Chocolate Tasting which offers a small, interactive group class to further develop your single-origin chocolate palate. If you'd like to gift any future class to a friend or family member, consider a Gift Card for any of our classes. For the avid baker, we recommend our Chocolate Baking Essentials collection. Or sign up below for an email notification to be the first to know when we have more truffle-making kits available again. Thank you for your continued sup

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Online 204: Make Your Own Truffles

Dandelion Chocolate

Join us for a hands-on virtual truffle-making class! Each truffle making kit contains three cocoa products to make truffles: large chocolate chips, ground chocolate, and cocoa nibs.

Our instructors will walk you through the process of how to make an easy dark chocolate truffle rolled in your choice of ground chocolate or cocoa nibs. During the class, we heat and melt chocolate, so a stove or microwave is required. You may use any dairy or dairy alternative you prefer: milk, cream, or oat, almond, or coconut milks. It's a little bit messy and a lot of fun.


"After hours of testing (and tasting), we found this perfect chocolate and nib combination for homemade truffles. We hope that our many, many experiments mean that you’ll have the perfect truffle recipe to make at home."

-Janelle, Chocolate Educator

70% Gola Rainforest
Sierra Leone
Large Chocolate Chips

Our Sierra Leone chips are known for being especially rich and chocolatey and pair well with a variety of milks, including oat and almond milk.

70% Camino Verde
Ground Chocolate

Camino Verde, Ecuador ground chocolate lends classic notes of brown sugar, malt, and walnuts. Blended with the Sierra Leone chips, it forms a rich ganache that may be enjoyed plain or dressed up with crunchy nibs, more melt-on-the-tongue ground chocolate, or your other favorite coatings.

Maya Mountain
Cocoa Nibs

These bright, fruity cocoa nibs from Maya Mountain, Belize complement the classically chocolatey notes of the chips and ground chocolate and the smooth texture of ganache.


102: Ingredients

Learn about chocolate ingredients and labeling, and understand what to expect from any chocolate you encounter.

103: Tasting

A short introduction to tasting chocolate—the techniques, the flavors, and the vocabulary to describe what you find, from wherever you want to learn.

Origin Stories

One origin with six chocolate bars from six chocolate makers, plus an online talk with the cocoa producer and chocolate makers.

Interactive Virtual Tour

Join us for a live walk-though of our factory and learn about our chocolate-making process.