Easy cookie truffles made with Biscoff cookies and two more simple ingredients. A quick, easy treat you can make for any holiday or occasion.
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INGREDIENTS FOR BISCOFF COOKIE TRUFFLES:
- Biscoff cookies
- vanilla frosting
- white chocolate
OPTIONAL FOR EASE AND BEAUTY:
- coconut oil – this will thin the melted chocolate but still harden like regular chocolate
- sprinkles or extra cookies to crumb for the top
HOW TO MAKE BISCOFF COOKIE TRUFFLES:
Using a blender, food processor, or your muscles and a rolling pin, grind the cookies into a fine powder. I love using my Blendtec blender for this. Seriously amazing!
Pour the ground cookies into a medium-size mixing bowl. Add the frosting. If you want to add a pop of color and festivities to the centers you can add a couple of tablespoons of sprinkles to the center mixture. Blend until a dough forms and the frosting is all mixed in.
Next, form into small teaspoon size balls. Let them chill out in the freezer for a few minutes while you prep the chocolate. The longer you let them chill out the more firm they will become. Then they are firm it is easier to dip them in the chocolate.
Next, melt the white chocolate and coconut oil (optional). I like to lower the melting point of the chocolate by adding a little coconut oil to the chocolate. You don’t have to do this but can if you’d like too. This also helps get a thinner coat of chocolate when dipping the Biscoff cookie truffle center.
Once the chocolate is melted and smooth, coat each cookie truffle center with chocolate and set on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper or waxed paper.
If adding sprinkles or cookie crumbs, add immediately before the chocolate has hardened.
HOW DO YOU MAKE TRUFFLES SO CONSISTENT IN SIZE?
The answer is easy… a portion scoop!
I love using portion scoops to make cookies and cupcakes a consistent size so why not for truffles?
For truffles, I like to use a very small, 1/2 tablespoon or 25mm portion scoop. This one is actually the smallest I could find. You can check it out here.
This little scoop helps keep these cute little truffles the perfect size. A small two-biter.
A portion scoop takes all the guesswork away and will speed up the process. For this cookie truffle recipe, fill the scoop, release, and roll. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!
If you’re looking for a great treat the kids or grandkids can make/help you make, these easy cookie truffles are a win.
Biscoff cookie truffles are simple to make, only need a few ingredients and a microwave to melt the chocolate. This truffle recipe doesn’t require any baking or use of an oven which makes it extremely kid-friendly to make.
They also taste amazing — my kiddos gobble them up in 5.7 seconds flat. Haha.
A GREAT EASY TREAT FOR HOLIDAYS OR SPECIAL OCCASIONS
Add a pop of color and festive fun by adding sprinkles that match the holiday.
- Valentine’s Day – hearts, lips, Xs and Os, pink, red, and white.
- St. Patrick’s Day – shamrocks and rainbows, rainbow colors, green and white.
- Easter – eggs, bunnies, pastel colors.
- Mother’s Day – flowers, pastel colors.
- Independence Day – flags, fireworks, red, white, and blue.
- Halloween – spiders, witch hats, black cats (there are so many fun ones), dark purple, orange, black, leaf green
- Thanksgiving – turkey, cornucopia horns, fall colors.
- Christmas – snowflakes, santa hats, snowmen, Christmas lights, presents, trees, red, green and white.
- New Years – champagne glasses, numbers of year, gold, sparkles, simmer sugar
If’s also fun to add colored sprinkles that match wedding colors or birthday party colors.
If you don’t want sprinkles you can add crushed cookie crumbs in place or omit all together.
MORE EASY DESSERT RECIPES:
- Easy Chocolate Mousse – it only takes 5 minutes to make
- Vanilla Cookie Truffles
- Cadbury Mini Egg Easter Fudge
- Tiger Butter Bark – a peanut butter chocolate treat
- Sugar Cookie Truffles
HERE’S THE FULL PRINTABLE RECIPE. ENJOY!
- 16 Biscoff Cookies, 120 grams or about 1 cup ground cookies
- 1/2-2/3 cup vanilla frosting, if you desire a softer center add 2/3 cup
- 2/3 cup white chocolate chips
- 1 Tbs coconut oil, optional
- Sprinkles of your choice or cookie crumbs, optional
- Using a food processor or blender, grind Biscoff cookies into a fine powder.
- In a bowl add cookie powder and frosting. Mix until well blended.
- Form into small 1/2 tablespoon size balls. Place in the freezer to chill while preparing the chocolate.
- In a microwave-safe bowl, melt white chocolate and coconut oil (optional). Heat 30 seconds at a time stirring in between until chocolate is smooth (usually only takes 60-90 seconds).
- Once the cookie centers have become cold and firm, dip each ball into the melted white chocolate.
- Place dipped truffles on a cookie sheet lined with waxed paper or parchment. Add sprinkles or cookie crumbs immediately before white chocolate sets. Place in fridge or freezer for a quick set.
- Coconut oil will make the chocolate thinner when melted but still harden when chilled. Thinner melted chocolate = thinner chocolate coat on each truffle.
- If using a portion scoop, use a 25mm or 1/2 tablespoon size scoop. This is a great way to speed up the process and get even sized truffles.