Samoa Truffles and Guest Posting

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Two Samoa Truffles in the foreground

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Hi everyone! I hope you had a fun and safe 4th of July weekend! I can't believe that it is July already! If I'm looking at the glass half full, I'm getting closer to new adventures and opportunities that awaits me this year. If I'm looking at the glass half empty, July means that we are losing precious minutes of daylight each day. Either way, summer is fleeting, so I a plan to soak in all if its glory while it's here.

I am keeping it short and sweet today. Are these Samoa Truffles calling your name? They are simply irresistible and super delicious. What's not to love about vanilla cookie crumbs, caramel, chocolate, and toasted coconut? Absolutely nothing! It's really hard to have just one of these truffles. Let me tell you, they are worth all the calories and having to wear stretchy pants for  a couple days! 

I am guest hosting at Reasons to Skip the Housework today. Hop on over for the recipe and more chit chat!




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34 comments:

Katalina @ Peas and Peonies said...

Yes they are calling my name, going to get the recipe now, they look delicious.

Julie Evink said...

You can't go wrong with Samoa anything and these truffles look delicious!

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

This little guys can get pretty loud! :) Thanks for hopping on over to check out the recipe, Katalina!

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

Thanks Julie! So true...you can't go wrong with Somoa.

Kristine R. said...

These truffles do look amazing! That toasted coconut is calling my name!

Emanuele @ guyslovecooking said...

Let's look at the glass half full for now...even though days are getting shorter they are still pretty good:)
I love these truffles :)

I Wilkerson said...

Looks good--who doesn't love truffles! It always makes me a smidge sad too to know the days are getting shorter. But then I think of the bountiful harvest that will soon be here. So many ingredients, so little time ;-)

Liz Berg said...

I'll eat Samoa anything! Off to see your yummy recipe :)

Kathleen K said...

These look incredible! Heading over to checkout the recipe now! :)

Christin@SpicySouthernKitchen said...

I'll eat anything samoa too. I spent the first twenty-something years of my life hating coconut. Until I had a somoa cookie. Now I'm obsessed. These truffles look so good!

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

Thanks Kristine. Coconut always gets my attention. :)

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

l like the way you think my optimistic friend! Life is good and the living is easy! :)

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

Yes, I can't wait to get my hands of the harvest of the season! Time to put my thinking cap on and figure out what I'd like to do with them.

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

Thanks for checking it out, Liz!

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

Thanks, Kathleen!!

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

I'm so glad to hear that you are a convert! I'd hate to live in a world without coconut. :)

Allison- Celebrating Sweets said...

These look heavenly! Anything samoa flavored sounds good to me!

Ben Maclain | Havocinthekitchen said...

The sad part of this blog post is your notes about summer and day light. The great part is these lovely truffles, though. But since this post made me upset, I think you should cheer me up by sending some of them! Fair? :)

Vineetha said...

Samoas are my favorite Girl Scout cookies. These sounds fantastic!

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

Thank you Allison. Samoa is pretty hard to resist!

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

I'm sorry to make you sad, Ben! Not only will I send you some, I'll make a double batch! Would that make it better? :)

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

Thank you, Vineetha. And thanks for stopping by!

Kennedy Cole|KCole's Creative Corner said...

These looks so delicious! I will DEFINITELY be trying these soon! :)

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

Thank you, Kennedy. I'm so glad you want to try it!

GiGi Eats Celebrities said...

OMFG SOOO ADDICTING!! These look insanely addicting!!

Kelly said...

These truffles look incredible! Samoa anything is my weakness! Love all that toasted coconut!

Sugar et al. said...

OMG! These look so good...like food porn! I'm going to dream of these tonight!

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

Thank you Gigi!! I it addicting: eat at your own risk! :)

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

Thans Kelly. Coconut is my weakness so I had to be extra good around these! :)

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

Ha ha!! You're funny, Sonali! Food dreams are great...almost as good as flying dreams. :)

Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary said...

These look incredibly delicious and very dangerous!!! :) No way in the world I could eat just one of these babies! The ingredients and flavors you used sound scrumptious!!! Going to hop on over and get the recipe because I have to make these!! Cheers, my friend♡

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

They are, Cheyanne! That's why I need to get them out of the house after I make them because we all will lose the battle of will power. Thank you for hopping on over! Have a great weekend! :)

Karrie@TastyEverAfter said...

I'm all about wearing stretchy pants so I'm making these truffles ASAP!! Recipe sounds divine and thanks for sharing :)

In Good Flavor /Food for the Finicky said...

I should rename these Stretchy Pants Truffles. I'm making them again this weekend, so I'll be putting those babies back on. :)

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