Tuesday, 30 June 2020

3 Ingredient Easy Biscoff Truffles Recipe

Over the past few months it seems everyone has been baking a hell of a lot more than usual, when they've been able to get hold of the ingredients that is! When all the flour flew off the shelves for weeks on end, I decided to try and make some sweet treats that didn't require 15 different ingredients, 3 types of sugar and no bananas in sight. These 3 ingredient Biscoff truffles are a fail safe option for an easy dessert or sweet snack.

These little sweet treats taste just like mini Biscoff cheesecakes and really are quite delightful. They also don't take much time at all to make and the recipe is full proof! Anyone else think they look way more put together than the three ingredients required suggests? The ingredients list is rough, I just picked up packets of each thing and put them together until I got the consistency I thought was best!


-Biscoff Biscuits, ~300g. Plus extra for crumbling for decoration if you wish.
-1 pack of Cream Cheese,
-200g White Chocolate


1. Crush up all the Biscoff biscuits, I used a blender to get a fine crumb suitable for these truffles. You may need to split up your biscuits into sections to get them all blended properly depending on the size of your blender, I did mine in two gos.

2. Mix the Biscoff biscuit crumbs with the cream cheese in a bowl. Use a wooden spoon to initially mix and then I found using my hands was the best way to get the right consistency with everything mixed together.

3. Roll the mixture into balls using your hands and place on a tray lined with baking paper. Refrigerate for about an hour until the balls have hardened.

4. Melt the white chocolate, either in the microwave or in a bowl over a saucepan of water on the hob.

5. Dip the truffles in the white chocolate, making sure to cover the whole ball. Place the balls back on the baking paper once they've been coated and sprinkle with Biscoff crumbs if you want to decorate. To get the plainer truffles without the chocolate coating, just grab a fork and dip it in the white chocolate and drizzle over the truffles.

6. Leave the truffles in the fridge to harden for about an hour. Keep refrigerated once set until they're all gone, that won't take long!

And that's it! They're so easy to make, I want to try them with Oreos next after seeing so many people make them. Have you tried making truffles before?

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