Just so that you know, I am still infatuated with Biscoff cookies and Biscoff Spread!
I came across Oreo Truffles the other day and knew I needed to make them with Biscoff cookies. So that’s what I did! Crushed Biscoff cookies, cream cheese, and Biscoff spread-all mixed together and dipped in white chocolate. Easy and delicious! Now, if you don’t have the Biscoff spread, just increase the amount of cream cheese until you have a soft enough mixture that you can roll.
Makes 24 truffles
Prep time: 45 minutes Resting time: Up to 30 minutes
1 8.8 oz. package of Biscoff cookies
2 oz. cream cheese, softened
1/2 cup Biscoff spread*
1/2 lb. white melting chocolate
In a food processor, pulse the unwrapped cookies until they resemble crumbs. Set aside 2 tablespoons worth of the crumbs. To the rest of the cookies, add in the cream cheese and the Biscoff spread. Pulse till the mixture is combined and starts to bind together. *Note: I used creamy Biscoff spread- if you use crunchy, you may need to use more as it has a thicker consistency.
With a small ice cream scoop, scoop out the mixture and work it in your hands a couple times, then roll it into a ball. Place the ball onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet. Continue until all the cookie mixture has been rolled. Set aside (note: if they feel soft after rolling them, put the cookie sheet into the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes. After that time has elapsed, go ahead and melt your chocolate).
In a medium-sized, microwave safe bowl, melt the white chocolate for 30 second intervals until melted (adding vegetable or coconut oil if needed). With a fork or circular dipping tool, dip the truffle centers into the white chocolate. Cover completely and gently tap off the excess chocolate. Place the truffle back on the wax paper and sprinkle on the Biscoff cookie crumbs that you set aside earlier. After all the truffles have been dipped, refrigerate for 10-15 minutes or until the chocolate has set. Remove from the refrigerator and enjoy!
Made with love, not calories!