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Some days I feel like 24 hours in a day just isn’t enough time to do everything I need to get done. Other days I feel like the days just stretch on and on with no end in site.
Today I woke up at 4am to catch a flight to Iowa (for a press trip for Iowa Corn). It’s now 11pm at night and I’m somehow still going. It’s been a fun day filled with a winery, good food, bonfires and friends…but at this point I’m like the walking dead.
I’m writing this post from my iPhone, because the hotel wireless is down. I need a shower. I need to unpack my clothes. I need to answer emails. And I really want a full 8 hours sleep before I go check out Iowa Corn Farms tomorrow.
So while today has been very long, I would really just like a few more extra hours. To sleep. Shower. Email. And write this post.
Thankfully I made these truffles Monday before I left. They made the perfect airport snack!
I really love the chocolate & pumpkin combination, but if that’s not your thing — feel free to swap it for white chocolate.
For a fun spin on the recipe, you could also swap graham crackers for Biscoff cookies. Biscoff Pumpkin Truffles? Yum!
Head on over to Dixie Crystals to check out the recipe for these Chocolate Pumpkin Truffles that I developed for them!
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YUM! I have to make these. They look so perfect and autumn-y and your pictures are beautiful :)
I can’t get the link to open up for me; matter of fact, the whole Dixie Crystal site seems to be down. Can somebody copy and paste the recipe for me?
That hotel internet was super moody, wasn’t it!? I need a handful of these truffles now! Super fun to spend time with you in Iowa. Can’t wait to hopefully travel together again!
(By the way, you were SO right in getting to the airport early. Totally should’ve listened to you!) :) MIss you!!
These are just gorgeous, and I love those flavors!
These truffles look divine!! I love this recipe :) gotta try it soon!
hope you got that sleep you wanted… if not, these look like a good energy source! ;)
Mm, these look fabulous! Thanks for the recipe! Trying it for sure.
I’m typing this comment from 35,000 feet in the air and the internet is better than it was in that hotel!! haha I’m THRILLED to the bones that I got to spend more time with you this year!! XOXO
These look amazing! Pumpkin and chocolate is such a great combination!
Never enough hours in the day. NEVER!!
Love these truffles and you for posting them from you phone. Incredible! Now get some sleep!
Best. post. ever. Love that you got this done on the phone. And now I wish you brought these truffles with you to Iowa.
YUM! I love truffles!! How did you get them so perfectly round?
No secret! I did exactly as I described in the directions. It’s easy to make them round once the dough is chilled! :-)
I would kill for a snack like this right now! Awesome!
these look AMAZING
Love these! But who doesn’t love chocolate and pumpkin? Have fun at Iowa corn quest!
Oh my gosh…these look TOO GOOD!! Need.
Hope you got some sleep, love!! And I am impressed by your iPhone posting abilities. I can barely text on my Android!
Chocolate+pumpkin = hellagood.
Have fun in Iowa! :) Hotel wireless is the worst but these pumpkin truffles look amazing!
Oh wow. Why didn’t I think of these?!! Incredible!
omg that ‘fudgy’ texture of the pumpkin on the interior – moist, thick, and fudge-like! Looks amazing. Pinned.
And get some sleep. Easier said than done, though. I know. I am the queen of not enough hours in the day!