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 454 g Baking soda
 227 g Citric Acid
 3 tbsp Cocoa butter
 5 tbsp Fractionated coconut Oil
  tbsp Orange Fragrance Oil
 Orange water soluble dye
 1 ½ tbsp Polysorbate 80
 Moulds
1

Melt your fractionated coconut oil and cocoa butter in the microwave using 30 second bursts.
Add fragrance oil and polysorbate 80 to the melted butter mix and mix well. Set aside.
Add baking soda and citric acid to a large bowl and mix.
When the butter mixture cools to about 82 degrees celcius, add one third of it to the dry ingredients. You need to put on gloves when mixing because butter mixture could be hot.
The hotter the butter mixture the softer your truffles will be.
So, use your hands and mix the dry and liquid ingredients together.

2

Continue to add the butter ingredients to the dry mixture bit by bit until well combined.
Divide the mixture into 2 bowls. Add drops of the dye to one of the bowls and mix until well combined.
Fill a mould half way with the orange mixture, while pressing down into the mould, and then fill the rest of the mould with the white bath truffle and press down to fill up the mould.
Leave for 3 to 4 hours for the truffles to harden and remove from the mould.

Ingredients

 454 g Baking soda
 227 g Citric Acid
 3 tbsp Cocoa butter
 5 tbsp Fractionated coconut Oil
  tbsp Orange Fragrance Oil
 Orange water soluble dye
 1 ½ tbsp Polysorbate 80
 Moulds

Directions

1

Melt your fractionated coconut oil and cocoa butter in the microwave using 30 second bursts.
Add fragrance oil and polysorbate 80 to the melted butter mix and mix well. Set aside.
Add baking soda and citric acid to a large bowl and mix.
When the butter mixture cools to about 82 degrees celcius, add one third of it to the dry ingredients. You need to put on gloves when mixing because butter mixture could be hot.
The hotter the butter mixture the softer your truffles will be.
So, use your hands and mix the dry and liquid ingredients together.

2

Continue to add the butter ingredients to the dry mixture bit by bit until well combined.
Divide the mixture into 2 bowls. Add drops of the dye to one of the bowls and mix until well combined.
Fill a mould half way with the orange mixture, while pressing down into the mould, and then fill the rest of the mould with the white bath truffle and press down to fill up the mould.
Leave for 3 to 4 hours for the truffles to harden and remove from the mould.

Orange Truffles