How to make easy 3 ingredients biscoff truffles recipe as delicious as my favorite biscoff butter cookies recipe with all the biscoff flavor in these little treats covered with a white chocolate coating perfect for any occasion.
Why you love this recipe
If you like cookie truffles like this Oreo truffle balls recipe, then you won't be able to resist these cookie butter Biscoff truffles coated in white chocolate for a long.
No one can resist the taste of speculoos in these small indulgent cookie butter truffles balls made with just 3 ingredients, cookie crumbs, cream cheese and a chocolate coating.
These biscoff truffles are very easy to make at home and children love them. They can be made for any occasion, for a birthday party or just as a treat.
- Quick and easy recipe with all my tips and step-by-step photos.
- Only 3 ingredients for this super-simple recipe.
- Delicious little bites with a delicious cookie butter taste.
- Perfect for small and big occasions.
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Ingredients and substitutions
Here's an overview of the ingredients needed and possible substitutions to make these no-bake biscoff truffle recipe at home. Scroll down to see the quantities in the recipe card.
- Biscoff cookies: Use lotus biscoff biscuits or other speculoos cookies reduce with a food processor to obtain crushed biscoff cookies.
- Cream cheese: The classic recipe uses full fat cream cheese (Philadelphia or other). You can replace it with a creamy cookie butter spread for a more intense flavor, or use mascarpone cheese and Nutella spread.
- Chocolate: A coating of white chocolate as shown here, or a semi-sweet chocolate, milk chocolate or bittersweet chocolate. Use high-quality white chocolate chips or chocolate bar with a high percentage of cocoa butter for a smooth coating.
- Cookies: Coat with biscoff cookie crumbs.
- Chocolate candy: You can also simply use candy melts to cover the truffles.
- Nut butter: You can add a portion or replace the cream cheese with creamy peanut butter to bind the crushed cookies and add flavour at the same time.
⚠️ You'll find ingredient quantities and full instructions in the recipe card at the end of the page.
How to make Cookie Butter truffles
- Blend the biscoff cookies finely in a food processor to obtain very fine crumbs without chunks.
- Place the biscoff crumbs in a medium bowl and add the creme cheese.
- Mix with your hands until you have a homogeneous ball of dough.
Tip: If you don't have a food processor, place the cookies in a plastic bag and crush them with a rolling pin.
Shaping the balls
- Form balls of dough with your hands and place them on a large plate.
- Place the plate with the biscoff balls in the fridge for 20 minutes before rolling them a second time to give them a nice, smooth, round shape.
- Then return them to the fridge for around 30 minutes (or 15 minutes in the freezer) before coating them with melted chocolate.
Tip: Use a small ice-cream cookie scoop to measure out the quantity of dough and obtain truffles of the same size, or weigh each scoop on an electronic scale to obtain truffles weighing around 20 g.
- Heat the chopped white chocolate in a bowl over a double boiler or in the microwave until liquid and smooth.
- Prick a ball with a toothpick in the center and dip it into the melted chocolate until it is completely covered.
- Shake to remove excess chocolate, then place the ball on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper to cool until completely set.
- Decorate with a piping bag melted biscoff spread and a few biscoff cookie crumbs on top.
- And enjoy!
Tip: Use quality chocolate and add a bit of fat to make its texture more fluid, such as mycryo (cocoa butter), melting wafers, or vegetable oil like coconut oil.
Storage and tips
Cookie butter truffles are best stored in the fridge in an airtight container for about 1 week. If you use a biscoff cookie butter spread or Nutella spread instead of cream cheese, you can store them at room temperature.
In the freezer: Freeze biscoff truffles for up to 3 months, just let them defrost gently in the fridge.
Blend the cookies as finely as possible to obtain smooth, round balls.
Place the shaped Biscoff balls in the fridge or freezer for at least 30 minutes, they'll be firm and easier to coat with melted chocolate, which will also set more quickly.
How to perfectly dip truffles in Melted chocolate?
The trick is to get the truffle frozen, stick a toothpick in the center, and then dip the balls in the melted chocolate.
To remove the toothpick, simply turn it gently on itself and it will gently detach from the biscoff truffle.
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