Chocolate Biscoff Truffles

I had a jar of unopened, delicious Biscoff spread in my cabinet for a couple of months.  I knew I wanted to bake something with it but I wasn’t sure what.  I have made amazing Biscoff Fudge before.  That recipe is by Bakerella and you can find it here.  So when I came across a recipe for Biscoff Chocolate Truffles by Cooking on the Weekends, I knew I had to make it.  Especially since I have some new truffle making skills!  Click here for the recipe for Biscoff Chocolate Truffles.

Truffles are so easy to make.  All you do is make a ganache and allow it to chill, scoop, roll, and decorate!

           

Now, I have consumed plenty of Biscoff spread, but had never eaten an actual Biscoff cookie.  Every time I go to the grocery store, I look for them but can never find them.  Until the day I planned on making the truffles.  I was rushing through the grocery store and passed by a huge display of them.  Who would have thought?!

         

Once the truffles were rolled, I dipped them in chocolate.  This was working out great until something went wrong with the melted chocolate.  I think I had it too hot because it got really thick and I couldn’t get it to thin out.  So instead I crushed up some Biscoff cookies and rolled the truffles in them.  It’s was a good thing I found the cookies!

     

These Biscoff Chocolate Truffles came out amazing!  Of the two types, I think the ones rolled in the cookie crumbles are my favorite.

Truffles make a perfect dessert for the upcoming holidays.  You can make them a few days ahead of time and you get a ton out of a recipe.  And you can make them look all fancy as if they were so difficult to make.  Give them a try!

 

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