Salted Caramel Brownie Truffles

Easy and heavenly chocolate treats that will make you swoon! Brownie truffles are baked with caramel bits, coated in chocolate, drizzled with caramel and sprinkled with salt…Ahhhhhhh!

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This past Tuesday, was my blog’s third anniversary! I can’t believe that it’s been three years already. I’m still in shock that time flies so fast. It still feels like my first year. I especially can’t believe how many recipes I’ve shared over the past years (720). It’s been a great journey so far and I can’t wait to see what the next year brings me! I love sharing everything with you and meeting all the new, wonderful readers and bloggers.

I’ve started this blog just as a way to keep and share recipes with my family. I never imagined that it would grow into something like this. I never even thought that people would want to see and make my recipes. But I get emails every day from my readers who make my recipes and it makes me so warm and fuzzy inside. Thank you all for using my recipes and coming back to see me!

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I wanted to make something special to celebrate. Since my blogoversary falls on the Valentine’s day week, chocolate seemed like the perfect way to go. My favorite way to have chocolate is BROWNIES! I love caramel just as much, so putting those two together was something I just had to do.

These brownie truffles turned out incredible! Gooey, fudgy brownies baked with caramel bits  and topped with chocolate, more caramel and salt. Awesomeness in one bite!

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Salted Caramel Brownie Truffles
Serves: 20-24 truffles
  • 1 box of your favorite brownie mix + suggested ingredients
  • (My favorite is Ghirardelli Chocolate Supreme)
  • 1 cup of caramel bites
  • 1 cup of chocolate /wafers(melted)
  • Caramel (for drizzle)
  • Coarse salt (to sprinkle)
  1. Mix the brownie batter according to the package directions.
  2. Mix in the caramel bits.
  3. Bake according to the package instructions.
  4. Cool completely.
  5. Using a cookie scoop, scoop out the brownie batter and roll them into balls with your hands (clean hands, of course).
  6. Lay them out on the cutting board covered in parchment paper.
  7. Refrigerate for about 30 minutes.
  8. Melt the chocolate according to the package. (Remember to melt them on half the power if you are using a microwave.)
  9. Dip the brownie balls into melted chocolate and lay them on parchment paper.
  10. Once the chocolate is solidified, drizzle the truffles with caramel and sprinkle with coarse salt.
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Visit Deb at Cooking on the Front Burner and wish her a Happy Blogoversary too!

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  1. says

    Okay, I so wish I had one right now, I don’t know whether to thank you or not as I will definitely make these and probably eat them all! Sounds so good Lyuba, and Happy Blogaversary!

  2. says

    Can’t believe you have only been around 3 years, your site rocks!!! Especially you sweet section, YUMMM.

    Brownies are my favorite too, I actually ate a WHOLE batch of brownies by myself the day before my wedding. {i was super nervous, and thankfully I still fit in the dress. :)} The chocolate and caramel combo is my favorite, totally pinning this only Lyuba.

  3. says

    Happy Anniversary Lyuba! I am so glad I found your site recently – it’s full of amazing recipes and desserts that always leave me in awe every time I see them – including these brownie truffles! They look incredible especially with the caramel drizzle! Pinning :)

  4. says

    Happy Anniversary Lyuba! I’m glad NNIB connected us – I love your recipes and seeing what you are up to – and I know you have some other exciting things in the works. This recipe – well – I’m wishing I had one of these right now! Pinning and sharing! Linking up your post to mine too – have a wonderful day!

  5. says

    Congratulations on your third anniversary of your blog, Lyuba! This recipe looks divine! I am pinning it to make later. I saw your post over at the I Heart Naptime blog party.

  6. says

    What you have accomplished in the past 3 years is really amazing, and these brownie truffles show exactly why everyone keeps coming back!! You make the food jump off the screen…now if you could just get it to land in my mouth, I would be a happy camper. 😉

  7. says

    Hi! Congrats on your three years. The blogging gets in the blood just because you get so excited to share. You’ve done an excellent job and as I’ve told you before your photos make me want to dive in and eat every one of your recipes!!

  8. says

    These look incredible. I haven’t made a truffle yet, but I don’t think I can resist the chocolate/caramel combo. Thanks so much for sharing, and happy 3rd!

    • lyuba says

      Thank you so much, Cassie! They don’t have to be refrigerated if you will eat them within a few days but I am honestly not sure how you would ship it. I haven’t shipped food before but I’d recommend checking with the shipping company you will be using.


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