Biscoff is one of my favourite ingredients to cook with, it doesn’t matter if it’s the Biscoff biscuits or the Biscoff spread, I just love baking with them! I fancied making something a little different, a little posh if you will and that’s why I thought these Biscoff Truffles might be fun.
Hopefully you like Biscoff as well otherwise you might be in the wrong place or at least looking at the wrong recipe. If you hate Biscoff and fancy something without any Biscoff at all, take a look at this Slow Cooker Oreo Fudge Recipe and enjoy.
Biscoff Truffle Recipe UK Tips
If you’re looking to make these Biscoff truffles I have some tips for you, just because they’re a super pain to make and there are so many ways they can go wrong which isn’t something I knew about before I made them!
Make sure your mixture isn’t too wet, if it is you need to add more dry ingredients because if it is the chocolate won’t stick to it and the truffles will fall apart in your hand. I found this out with the first batch I made and I ended up just sitting there eating truffle mixture.
Use silicone spatulas, they’re easily to move things with and unlike metal, chocolate and Biscoff truffle mixture won’t stick to it as much. I put mine on a silicone mat to harden in the fridge because they’re super easy to take off after that.
Finally, if you’re going to decorate them, make sure the chocolate is fully set before you do so. Otherwise the pattern won’t look right and it might all melt. I like to drizzle chocolate on them and sprinkle some crumbled Biscoff biscuits to give it the finishing touches.
Biscoff truffles 3 Ingredients
I love this recipe because it’s an easy one to make and you don’t need loads of ingredients to make it. When it comes to the Biscoff truffles Ingredients I will say that you don’t have to buy the most expensive ingredients that you can find, you can get your ingredients from Aldi/Lidl instead of going to Sainsbury or Mark’s & Spencer’s!
All you need to make this recipe are Biscoff biscuits, chocolate and Biscoff spread. This is a Biscoff truffle recipe without cream cheese so hopefully if you’re looking for that, you’ve found it. You can use any chocolate you want but I like to make some with milk chocolate on them and then some with white chocolate on them and then drizzle with the opposite chocolate as you can see in the pictures.
As I said before, if your mixture is a little too soft, use more biscuits although the recipe should be correct enough that you don’t need to worry about that!
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I love Biscoff and can’t get enough! If you’re a Biscoff fan like I am, take a look at the amazing Biscoff Recipes below and maybe make yourself something yummy, don’t forget to share with your friends and family.
I love this Biscoff cake, it’s so simple and easy to make. This 3 ingredients Biscoff cake is perfect for beginners to make who want to try making something easy but tasty. You don’t have to crumble Biscoff biscuits over the top but I suggest you do, it looks great and makes the taste and texture even better.
This is one of my favourite and easiest Biscoff recipes to make and If you love Biscoff, give it a try!
Want to make something that quite frankly looks amazing? You’ve found it. This Biscoff fudge looks so professional everyone will think you’re a professional in the kitchen and you can bet they’ll be jealous over how amazing it looks.
It’s super easy, it’s a slow cooker Biscoff fudge recipe although you can easily make this in the air fryer as well for the same results. Take a look and let me know what you think!
How To Make Biscoff Truffles – Equipment
If you’re looking to make these delicious Biscoff Truffles then you’re going to need some special equipment which is great because who doesn’t love buying new equipment for the kitchen, personally I love it.
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Can You Freeze Biscoff Truffles?
Yes, you can freeze Biscoff Truffles but I wouldn’t suggest it. There can be complications when taken out of the freezer and they can crack and not be as nice after. Personally, the Biscoff truffles I’ve made haven’t even lasted a couple of days and if I take them in to work, they’re gone by lunch.
Can Biscoff Spread Be Melted?
Yes, Biscoff spread can be melted. In fact a lot of recipes will have melted Biscoff spread in it just like this recipe or my Biscoff cake recipe which you melt the spread and pour it over the top of the cake. Biscoff spread is very versatile and yummy in whatever consistency you have it.
Lotus Biscoff Truffles Recipe
I really hope you love this recipe as much as I did. I’ve made it a few times so hopefully it works out well for you. I make on average 16 truffles with this recipe but you can always double up the recipe to make more or you can make smaller truffles to have them go further.
Let me know if you did anything different with these truffles. I hear some people like to put a Christmas spin on them and put a little bit of mixed spice into the mixture which gives it that Christmas taste that people love.
Easy Biscoff Truffles Recipe
- Melon Baller
- 250 g Biscoff Biscuits
- 125 g Soft Cream Cheese/Mascarpone
- 200 g White Chocolate
- 25 g Biscoff Spread
- Finely crush the biscuits either by using a food processor or by placing them in a bowl and using a rolling pin until they form a fine crumb.
- Keep 1 tbsp of the biscuit crumbs and set aside.
- Combine the softened cream cheese with the remaining biscuit crumbs in the food processor, pulsing until a thick paste forms. Alternatively, mix thoroughly in a bowl until well combined.
- After mixing, use a melon baller or two teaspoons to portion the truffle mixture, rolling each portion into a ball shape.
- Arrange the truffles on a lined tray or plate, then place them in the freezer for 30 minutes to set.
- After chilling, smoothly melt the white chocolate in a bowl.
- Melt the Biscoff spread in a separate small bowl. Prepare the reserved Biscoff crumbs from earlier.
- Gently dip each truffle into the melted white chocolate, ensuring a full coating, then transfer them to a clean lined tray. Drizzle a bit of Biscoff spread and sprinkle a few crumbs over the truffles for an added touch.
- Continue the process until all truffles are beautifully decorated.
- Chill the truffles for about an hour until fully set, then savour and indulge in these delicious treats!
I really hope you loved this recipe as much as I did. I love cooking with Biscoff and I’d love to know if my readers have any suggestions on what Biscoff recipe I could make next! Don’t forget to share this recipe with your friends and family.
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