December 12

Gingerbread Biscoff Truffles Recipe


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I make truffles every year for Christmas.  I usually stick with a plain chocolate, a mint one, and then an almond flavored one.  Last year I did Cookie Dough Truffles, and my son is already requesting that we do those again this year.  This year, I had to find a way to turn Biscoff into a truffle.  And pairing it with Gingerbread seemed like a great combination.
These are super easy to make, and you can use all store bought ingredients if you want.  Sssshhhhh, don’t tell anyone, but that is what I did.  All you have to do is find your favorite gingerbread cookie (or ginger snaps).  Biscoff Cookies would be perfect too (I might have made some that way as well).  Crush the cookies in your food processor, mix in some Biscoff spread, roll into balls, and dip in chocolate.  They are a little crunchy in the inside, and completely decadent!
I gave these to my MIL for part of her Christmas present (we celebrated when we were in WI for Thanksgiving), and also gave some to my husbands Grandma.  They got rave reviews all around.  Even my Dad who is the ultimate skeptic with anything not 100% chocolate, thought they were delicious!  So get in the kitchen, and make these for your holiday cookie tray.

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Gingerbread Biscoff Truffles

8 oz Gingerbread Cookies (or ginger snaps, or Biscoff Cookies)
7 oz Biscoff Spread
Semi-Sweet Chocolate, melted
1/3 cup white chocolate, melted (optional)

In a food processor, mix the cookies until they are fine crumbs.  Pour into a large bowl.  Using a spatula mix in Biscoff Spread.  Once well combined, roll into small balls.  Place on a lined baking sheet.  Let set in the fridge for 30 minutes until solid.  Dip each ball in the melted chocolate.  Place back on the baking sheet, and let the chocolate harden.  If desired, drizzle a little white chocolate over the top.  Allow to fully harden before serving.
Store in an air tight container in the fridge.


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