Celebrated on May 2nd

National Truffle Day

+ National Truffle Day

Challenge #1

Can you draw a truffle in your favorite shape?

Did you know: To make chocolate truffles, hot cream is poured over chocolate pieces; gently stirred; allowed to cool; and shaped into balls that are then coated; although ingredients and methods differ in various countries. Chocolate truffles are traditionally roughly spherical in shape, due to the ganache being hand rolled into balls, although they can be purchased as cubes, cones, and in other forms.

Source: Ten Random Facts

Challenge #2

Can you draw your own chocolate truffle invention?

Did you know: French truffles typically consist of ganache rolled in cocoa powder, while Belgian truffles have an outer shell made of dark chocolate. There are several different ways to make a truffle, but it’s important to note that not all chocolate that has a filling is a truffle. For example, chocolates that have a fruit or cream center are not truffles. Just remember, if the center isn’t made of ganache, it isn’t a truffle.

Source: Wockenfuss Candies

Challenge #3

Can you draw a chocolate tree?

Did you know: Chocolate comes from a fruit tree; it’s made from a seed. It takes 400 cocoa beans to make one pound of chocolate. Each cacao tree produces approximately 2,500 beans.

Source: Righteously Raw