Lemon Cream Bonbons
Total TimePrep: 30 min. + freezing
Makesabout 4 dozen
I have become famous for making these bonbons!!! I am involved in a lot of clubs where we entertain in our homes and besides all of the other goodies, my guests count on me to serve this "over-the-top", scrumptious lemon candy every time! I melt 3 squares of the chocolate candy coating at a time and take out only a few frozen balls to dip at a time. It works perfectly. I can't express how much my friends and I love this recipe!!!
I love it
I had a nightmare of a time getting these to freeze and then dipping them in the chocolate, so I improvised! I used a ziplock bag, squeezed some melted chocolate in a small lined muffin tin and then froze it. I then took the lemon portion and squeezed it on top of the chocolate. Drizzled melted chocolate swirls on top and served on a tray. They were gobbled up and delicious!
These are so yummy. A little time consuming but so worth it.
I am a lemon lover so this recipe attracted me. The filling is very tasty However, it was nightmare to put together. The filing was very difficult to shape into balls and it started to thaw before you could get all the balls made. Too much time to put together.
It took 6 hours for these to freeze before they could be scooped, the mixture was now still at all after 4 hours.
The center was scrumptious, but dipping them from the frozen state just made a clumpy mess of the chocolate on the bonbons. I am going to try some different techniques for the dipping I will definitely make these again.