Here’s the printable for the Love Triangle Goodie Box: triangle box
This box is super simple to make. Just doodle the bottom and four sides, cut along the dotted lines, fold along the solid lines. Punch a hole in the top of each side. Put a goodie in the box and tie it up with some ribbon. Now you’re ready to go bless someone! They will love it. These boxes are so simple and don’t take much time to doodle. You can cut and assemble in less than 5 minutes!
As you can see I have filled my boxes with Chocolate Covered Strawberries and Oreo Truffles. Recipe to follow.
Next Friday, February 14, Valentines day, I will be giving away a couple of my Doodle Devotional Journals, Doodle Devo Card Kits and a few set of pens. Give away starts Monday. So stop back by and find out how to get your name in the hat for the drawings. More details on Monday.
Recipe Oreo Truffles:
- 39 Oreos, divided (Original NOT Doublestuff. This is one entire 15.5 oz pkg)
- 1 (8 oz) pkg cream cheese, softened
- 16 oz. vanilla almond bark or candy melts
Set a long sheet of wax paper over a cookie sheet, set aside. Place 36 Oreos in a food processor (entire cookie, DON’T remove cream filling) and pulse until finely crushed (alternately if you don’t own a food processor you can place Oreos in a large Ziploc bag, seal bag and crush with a rolling pin until finely crushed). Pour crushed Oreos into a mixing bowl along with cream cheese and using a the back of a spoon, stir mixture while pressing it along the bottom of the bowl, until well combine and evenly moistened. Scoop mixture out and form into 1 inch balls (if you happen to have a kitchen scale, the should be about 16 grams each) then align on prepared cookie sheet. Place truffles in freezer for 10 minutes. Meanwhile crush remaining 3 Oreos.
Melt almond bark according to directions on package. Remove truffles from freezer and dip in melted chocolate and evenly coat then allow excess chocolate to run off (I barely made it with 16 oz. of the melted bark but you may need a little more). Return to baking sheet, immediately sprinkle tops with remaining crushed Oreos then allow chocolate to set. Store in an airtight container in refrigerator.
I got the recipe from Classy Cooking. Here’s the link to this great blog:
You’ll find variations on this recipe and lots more cool recipes there!
Don’t forget to stop back by on Monday for give away details!