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HomeEasy RecipesHomemade Ferrero Rocher (Chocolate Hazelnut Truffles) RecipeDecember 17, 2010172ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsAppLinkedinReddItEmailPrintTelegramMixLINEHomemade Ferrero Rocher (Hazelnut Truffles)Who can’t resist the treat of Ferrero Rocher? A famous Italian chocolate hazelnut that is produced by Ferrero SpA which is also the producer of Tic Tac and Nutella.

Original Ferrero Rocher consists a whole roasted hazelnut encased in a thin wafer shell filled with hazelnut cream and covered in milk chocolate and chopped hazelnuts and walnuts.

I first time saw the recipe on Ellie’s blog. Thanks, Ellie! It was around October. Although I don’t celebrate Christmas, chocolate always reminds me of holiday season here. I was thinking to make these for my dear friend who celebrates Christmas. So the ones that you’ve seen on this post are the trial process.

To follow Ellie’s recipe is easy as I do have a metric brain, still :). I made a bit change from her recipe by using El Rey Gran Saman Dark 70% which was given by Mindoel and adding more wafer cookies/biscuits. There is also another brand of hazelnut spread beside nutella

When I served them to some friends who came over to my house, one of them said, “this is like a ferrero rocher”.

For Australian readers and don’t want to be more practice, I recommend heading over to Ferrero Rocher Boutique, who offer nicely packaged chocolate gift boxes.

Homemade Ferraro Rocher
(Chocolate Hazelnut Truffles)

110 g (3.9 oz) hazelnut wafer cookies (I used Loacker Quadratini), crushed
150 g (5.3 oz) hazelnuts
200 g (7 oz) chocolate hazelnut spread (I used the generic brand, not Nutella)
250 g (8.8 oz) 70% dark chocolate

1. Preheat the oven to 350F (or 180C). Spread out the hazelnuts on a rimmed baking sheet and roast them in the oven for 10 minutes, until they are warmed through and aromatic. Remove from the oven and let cool and rub their skins off with a tea towel. Finely chop the hazelnuts.

2. Combine the wafer biscuits, chopped hazelnuts. Add chocolate hazelnut spread and mix them with hands.

3. Roll approximately 1 heap teaspoon of the mixture into ball. Repeat and you should get around 40 balls depending on the size. (If the mixture is not firm enough to roll, put it in the refrigerate for 15-30 minutes until it’s firm enough to roll into balls. To get faster process, you can put it in the freezer).

4. Put the balls in the refrigerator for 45 minutes to firm up.

5. Melt the dark chocolate and let it cool.

6. Remove the balls from the refrigerator and dip them into the melted chocolate until well coated.

7. Let them set in room temperature or in the refrigerator if the weather is too hot.

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  1. yunitarahmasari aka tatabonita December 18, 2010 At 5:23 AMHuwaaaaaaa…. Geleeem, nyicip Mbak Pep 😀Reply
  2. eatgreek.net December 18, 2010 At 12:24 PMmmm…. I love ferrero rocher!!!!! yummy!!!!Reply
  3. Stormy December 18, 2010 At 12:57 PMThese look delicious!Reply
  4. Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets December 18, 2010 At 2:07 PMLooks so delicious, Pepy! Can you send me a box ;p?Reply
  5. Lynn @ I’ll Have What She’s Having December 18, 2010 At 3:24 PMI love Ferrero Rocher! I can’t wait to try this.Reply
  6. Evan Thomas December 18, 2010 At 3:57 PMGreat job! What a fun idea to make your own candyReply
  7. Torviewtoronto December 18, 2010 At 7:25 PMlooks lovely home made chocolates perfect holiday giftsReply
  8. penny aka jeroxie December 18, 2010 At 10:05 PMNom nom! I think if I make these, I will end up eating them all by myself.Reply
  9. Foodiva December 18, 2010 At 11:03 PMPepy….. This time of the year, the Ferrero Roche chocolates are packaged in a fun and festive way. What could be better than those? Your homemade ones, of course! I really must try making these, the recipe looks easy enough. Thanks for leaving your lovely comments on my blog! I’ve missed coming over here. 🙂Reply
  10. Angie’s Recipes December 19, 2010 At 1:26 AMLove ferrero roche chocolate….made some last month and gone very fast..;-))Reply
  11. TiffKey December 19, 2010 At 6:20 AMOMG! I love these candies! and just bought some … I’ve never even thought of making them myself! Thank you for sharing!Reply
  12. mycookinghut December 19, 2010 At 10:45 AMWhat an indulgence!Reply
  13. Indonesia Eats December 19, 2010 At 10:19 [email protected]: kemari [email protected]: Do you want me [email protected]: indeed. I almost [email protected] & Lynn: I’ll wait for yours 🙂Reply
  14. briarrose December 20, 2010 At 10:49 AMOh wonderful. I’m not sure I could be trusted to whip these up in my own kitchen though. 😉Reply
  15. tigerfish December 20, 2010 At 1:35 PMany left for me? never tried a homemade one before ;pReply
  16. Evan @swEEts December 20, 2010 At 3:30 PMI need to find some hazelnut wafer cookies so I can try this recipe! Someone brought Ferrero Rochers to the office the other day and I think I could have eaten the whole bag.. they’re so delicious and addicting!Reply
  17. Cindy Waffles December 25, 2010 At 9:28 AMI love Ferrero Rocher! I’ve never thought of trying to make it at home. Thanks for sharing!Have a happy holiday!Reply
  18. dinewithleny December 29, 2010 At 10:15 PMWahhh kayanya enak bangetttt…I love ferrero rocher. Thanks for sharing this recipe.Reply
  19. Sasha @ The Procrastobaker September 15, 2011 At 9:58 AMAbsolutely GORGEOUS! You dont even know how much i love these choccies, this recipe is just plain irresistible 🙂Reply
  20. Rose Mensch June 5, 2014 At 2:42 PMI live in the US, Ohio to be exact. I have never seen hazelnut wafers here. Any alternative?Thank you so much for your help.Reply

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