Silk Soy Milk is a staple in our house. When Andrew was a few months old, he had *horrible* acid reflux, which turned out to be a milk intolerance. When he turned 1, we immediately switched him from soy formula to Silk Soy Milk.
The Nerd and I are both lactose-intolerant, so it’s no surprise that our family of three goes through several cartons of Silk Soy Milk each week.
We love the new flavor — Vanilla is our favorite. And it’s a good thing, because Silk Vanilla provides as much calcium as milk and 6 grams of soy protein, which nutrition experts agree is comparable in quality with the protein found in dairy products. Silk is also a natural source of omega-3s and protective antioxidants, is very low in saturated fat and is 100% cholesterol-free.
So when I was looking for a fun Valentine’s Day recipe I could make as an activity with Andrew last week, I knew that Silk Soy Milk would be a great addition to these truffles.
We decided to just stick with plain chocolate truffles, using high-quality chocolate chips. I bought an array of Valentine’s Day sprinkles at Wal-Mart, and our family had fun rolling the truffles in the sprinkles to decorate them.
These truffles are really creamy and have a great flavor, thanks to the Silk Soy Milk! I’m really excited to share these with our family and friends as Valentine’s Day gifts.
Silk Soy Milk Truffles
1 1/3 c good quality chocolate chips
1/3 c Silk Soy Milk
Assorted sprinkles to decorate
Stir together the chocolate chips and Silk Soy milk in a metal or glass bowl. Set it on top of a pot of boiling water and melt, stirring constantly.
Once the chocolate has melted and has a shiny appearance, remove it from the heat and transfer to another bowl.
Refrigerate until you can scoop the chocolate from the bowl, about 2-3 hours.
Mold the chocolate into teaspoon-sized balls, rolling in the sprinkles to decorate. You can coat a spoon and your hands with vegetable oil to prevent the chocolate from sticking.
Keep refrigerated and serve cold.
You can find other Silk Soy Milk recipes on their website and Facebook page.
What’s your favorite thing to make with soy milk?
Check out my fun trip to Wal-Mart (including some cute Valentine’s Day goodies I found) in my Google+ Album.
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Yum! They turned out beautifully. Perfect for all your Valentines. We are a Silk family, too and I love all the uses I can find for my beloved soy milk.
Rebecca E. Parsons/Cre8Tiva
YUMMM! How fun this is as a Valentine’s Day gift!!! Must try them!!!
These are so beautiful! Great job! I also love the fact that they are gluten free- which is important to me when I’m baking! Thanks and I’ll def be making these soon!