Navi Truffles


When thinking of fun recipes to make for party snacks I figured out that making truffle shaped like Fairies would be fun. Making them "Navi" would be even more fun, because what is more satisfying than finally being able to just eat (and hence destroy) the annoying fairy from Ocarina of Time! I am sorry to the "Navi Fan Club" out there, but she is annoying and the only part about OoT I dislike would have to be her incessant nagging... But, making her in food form was enjoyable, so let's get to it!


You will need:

- 1 Can Sweetened Condensed Milk (14 Ounce)
- 2 Cups Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
- 11/2 Cups White Chocolate Chips
- 1 Tablespoon Shortening
- 24 or more Pretzels, regular shape, depending on how many you wish to make
- Blue or Green Sparkle Sprinkles
- Toothpicks (Optional)

For Cookware

- Wax or Parchment paper
- Spoons for mixing
- 2 Microwavable bowls, Small and Medium
- Bowl or plate for sprinkles
- Plastic or Cling Wrap
- Melon-baller, Tablespoon, or small metal spoon

As well as patience.




First, combine the Semi-Sweet Chocolate and the Sweetened Condensed Milk in the Medium bowl.  Microwave the mixture until the chocolate is melted.

The rules for melting chocolate in the microwave are!

Either use the "Melt Chocolate" setting, or set it to low heat.

Use short 1 minute heating and stir after each time.

Not doing this can scorch the chocolate so you must be careful!

Once it is melted and combined, cover in cling wrap and set in the fridge until it is solid. This can take from 1-4 hours, depending on how strong the fridge is.






Next, melt the white chocolate with the shortening in the small bowl.





Then, get out the desired amount of pretzels.


Dip the pretzels on both sides and lay on wax paper to cool. 





You can leave them whole, or carefully cut the bottom rim off to give them a more "Wingy" look.

This does not show them on wax paper, but I assure you that you need to use it. 




I did them both ways to show you.



Next, spread out your sprinkles and have them ready, you can lay them on a plate, in a bowl, whatever you would like.










Once the chocolate in the fridge has hardened enough, take it out and begin making round truffles with a melon-baller or a spoon. You want about a tablespoon for each one.

Once they are all formed, remelt the remaining white chocolate, if necessary, and lay out more wax paper.

Add a thin layer of white chocolate to each one, then roll them in the sprinkles and place on the wax paper to dry. Once you have formed the amount you would like, dab chocolate to the backs of the "Wings" and stick them to the "Body".

Repeat until you have made as many as you want and let them all sit on a counter or in the fridge. Once they are firm you may add toothpicks to the base, if you so desire.
These are very tasty as well as kawaii~!




Yes, the pretzels were not covered enough, I'm aware of this.


Additional Ideas!


You can also roll these in cocoa powder or powdered sugar for "regular" truffles.

You can also add clear sprinkles to the pretzels to make the whole thing sparkle!

Or, you could even melt a little chocolate, place in a ziplock bag, cut the tip, and make faces on them!

Also, you can try all kinds of plating like sticking in foam with toothpicks or any other creative way you would like!


I hope you will enjoy nomming, and hence silencing, Navi as much as I did! Who knew she was so tasty?

Enjoying the noms of their labor,
-C.A.M.