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When life's got you down or simply "meh," you won't find a better cure than cheesecake truffles! Leave it to RightThisMinute how-to guru Jessica Hord to make these bite-sized pieces of heaven a reality. Follow her yummy recipe below to make your own!

You'll Need:

— 1 box of no-bake cheesecake mix

— Any topping or pie filling (Jessica used Cherry Pie Filling)

— Vanilla Candiquik or Candy Melts (Jessica used both, Candiquik with food coloring worked best)

— Melon baller

— Optional: sprinkles, edible glitter, etc.

Instructions:

1. Make no-bake cheesecake according to mix instructions.

2. Freeze cheesecake for at least two hours.

3. Melt Candiquik or Candy Melts according to the package's instructions and set aside.

4. Using a melon baller, scoop some of the crust, cheesecake, and topping into a ball.

5. Carefully dip each ball into melted candy.

6. Top with more candy, sprinkles or edible glitter. You're done!

Inspired by: A Beautiful Mess

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