December 10, 2022

Biscoff Truffles

I made these for a friend last year who loves biscoff.  I didn’t use the real biscuits or spread but used Aldi copy cat product that tastes the same. They were made by whizzing a packet of biscoff biscuits (save 1 biscuit) with 3/4 tub of  Aldi cream cheese.  I then rolled them into balls and put them in the fridge for half an hour.  I also stored some in the freezer at this stage and used them later in the year.  I then melted some white chocolate in a small bowl and dipped the cold truffles in the chocolate using two forks as it is easy to drain excess chocolate off that way. I stood them on a silicone mat until they dried (or you could use grease proof paper).  When firm I  melted some biscoff spread  and dripped it on top and finished them off with a few biscoff biscuits crumbs.  These are so quick and easy to make.  I am thinking of putting some in home made crackers this year.  Last Christmas I made a sweet platter for a special family  meal and placed different truffles on there and put them in hampers.

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  1. Laura November 25, 2023 at 7:44 am - Reply

    Thanks, they look tasty! How long do they keep for? Wondering how far ahead I can make them. Do they need to be kept in the fridge?

    • ToniG December 1, 2023 at 3:37 am - Reply

      Hi. Sorry for the late reply. I have been ill. I would have said 5 days in the fridge but they freeze really well at the stage before you cover them in chocolate. I had some that I froze last Christmas and then we ate them at Easter. I put them in the melted chocolate when frozen as it sets really quickly and made a good finish. I wouldn’t keep them long out of the fridge. The most I have had them out of the fridge is 7 hours but my friend had hers out for 2 days and the they were fine.

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