With only four ingredients, these simple no bake truffles made with Biscoff cookies are delightfully decadent and so easy to make! Serve them up at your next get together for a dessert that is impossible to turn down!
If you’ve ever flown on Delta airlines, then you’re probably familiar with Biscoff cookies already. They are the delectably crunchy little cookies that are served as the in-flight snack. (They also pair perfectly with a cup of coffee.) Travelers fell in love with them so much that they are now available in grocery stores. Use a sleeve of these flavorful cookies to create this simple no bake truffle recipe and give yourself the timeout that you deserve!
Biscoff Cookie Truffles Are the New Oreo Truffles
If you’ve tried Oreo truffles before, then you’re familiar with this type of dessert. The Biscoff cookies are pulverized into crumbs before creating cookie balls with softened cream cheese. Finished with a drizzle of white chocolate for additional decadence, these are the new Oreo truffle alternative.
Because Biscoff cookies are so beloved, these little cookie balls are great for any occasion. The unique flavor profile of them is reminiscent of winter so they are exceptionally treasured at a Thanksgiving or Christmas get-together.
What Do Biscoff Cookies Tastes Like?
If you’ve never tried Biscoff cookies before, know that they pack a lot of flavor for being such a thin, wafer-like cookie. Similar to a gingersnap, they have a rich caramel flavor with a strong cinnamon kick.
Really, they just taste like Christmas.
Once you add in the slight tang of the cream cheese plus the sensuous and sweet white chocolate, they transform into little truffles of delight. Take your time eating these so you can enjoy them to the fullest.
Can I Use Speculoos Cookie Butter Instead Of Whole Biscoff Cookies?
Yes, if you want to use speculoos cookie spread instead of the Biscoff cookies, you absolutely can. However, because of the consistency of the spread, the truffles either need to be baked or have a multitude of other ingredients added to help them maintain their shape. If you have a food processor or an electric mixer, then breaking down the Biscoff cookies into small pieces is quick work. Plus, it usually ends up being cheaper to buy the cookies and make the truffles this way than to get the spread and the additional ingredients. Also, it’s much faster this way.
How To Store and Serve Biscoff Cookie Truffles
Once your Biscoff cookie truffles are made, they will stay fresh in the refrigerator up to a week. If you're preparing ahead or made too many, then they can be frozen for up to six months. Just make sure that you freeze them in a single layer before transferring to a freezer-safe container. This will keep them from sticking together.
Once you’re ready to serve your Biscoff cookie truffles, try to keep them in the refrigerator until you're ready to eat. They will maintain their shape much better this way. During the gathering they won’t go bad as they get warm, they’ll just become more gooey. Similar to fresh cookie dough.
Recipe for No Bake Truffles with Biscoff Cookies
You can buy Lotus Biscoff cookies in the cookie aisle of most grocery stores. I buy mine at my local Safeway, and they go on sale regularly. They are sold in two different package sizes, so make sure that you buy the 8.8 ounce package for this recipe.
If you would like to round out the flavor of your truffles, you can add ¼ teaspoon of pure vanilla extract to the cookie balls. This helps mute the strong cinnamon flavor in the Biscoff cookies. This is exceptionally useful outside of the holiday season when you desire flavors that are less wintery.
Want a free printable grocery list for these no bake Biscoff cookie truffles? Get it HERE.
Use this grocery list to help simplify shopping. Everything is listed in standard grocery store amounts. If no size is specified, even the smallest package will provide more than enough.
Looking for some more delicious dessert recipes to try? I recommend:
- Chewy Almond Sugar Cookies
- Sparkling Vanilla Cinnamon Sugared Cranberries
- Spiced Blueberry Pie with Cardamom Crust
Happy Cooking! 🙂
No Bake Biscoff Cookie Truffles
- 1 package of Biscoff cookies, 8.8 oz.
- 6 ounces cream cheese, softened
- ¾ cup white chocolate, chopped finely
- 1.5 Tablespoons milk
- In a food processor, pulse the Biscoff cookies until they are in fine crumbs. If you don't have a food processor, you can also use an electric mixer. Just add in the cookies a few at a time so they don't go flying out of the bowl.
- Use a wooden spoon or an electric mixer on its slowest speed to mix the softened cream cheese into the Biscoff cookies. Use a one tablespoon measuring spoon to roll each cookie ball.
- Place the cookie balls in a single layer (without touching) and refrigerate them for 30 minutes.
- Before you remove the truffles from the refrigerator, stir together the chopped white chocolate and milk in a microwave safe container. Microwave them for 30 seconds and stir until smooth. If the white chocolate still isn't melted, microwave for an additional then seconds.
- Remove the truffles from the fridge and use a spoon to lightly drizzle each truffle with the melted white chocolate. Serve.
- Cream cheese takes about thirty minutes to come to room temperature. To make it easier to remove from the packaging, completely open the foil layer while the cream cheese is still cold. This way it doesn't get stuck to the foil.
- Use your hands to squish together the dough before rolling it into balls. This prevents creases that can cause the cookie balls to fall apart.
- If you would like to round out the flavor of your truffles, you can add ¼ teaspoon of pure vanilla extract to the cookie balls. This helps mute the strong cinnamon flavor in the Biscoff cookies. This is exceptionally useful outside of the holiday season when you desire flavors that are less wintery.
- The white chocolate hardens pretty quickly. Don't dilly-dally with getting the drizzle onto the cookie balls or you may have to microwave it again.
- Once your Biscoff cookie truffles are made, they will stay fresh in the refrigerator for up to a week. If you're preparing ahead or made too many, then they can be frozen for up to six months. Just make sure that you freeze them in a single layer before transferring them to a freezer-safe container. This will keep them from sticking together.
- Keep your Biscoff cookie truffles in the refrigerator until ready to serve. They will maintain their shape much better this way. During the gathering they won’t go bad as they get warm, they’ll just become gooier. Similar to fresh cookie dough.
Thanks for sharing...I often make these but with Oreos instead of Biscoff. I never used milk though...is there some reason you need that in the chocolate?
Mackenzie Ryan says
Hi! Thanks for stopping by! The milk helps thin out the chocolate to a consistency that makes it easier to drizzle. You don't have to use it, but it will be a little bit harder to get the drizzle effect, especially if you have a higher fat ratio in your chocolate. I hope that helps. Let me know how it goes!
Oh I love these! Biscoff cookies are my favorite (although I have to admit I had no idea you could buy them in the store, I always saved my indulgences for in-flight). These do sound like little balls of Christmas. I can't wait to serve some up while we unwrap Christmas presents!
Mackenzie Ryan says
I only discovered that you could buy them this year when a friend mentioned that he got some at Costco. However, they aren't always there, so when I see them, I splurge on a whole case. I *might* be exaggerating...then again, I might not 😉
As soon as I saw this post, I thought of Delta! 🙂 I flew with them this summer and the guy in front of me took the last package of Biscoff cookies they had. So, I had to settle for chips, but man, I wanted those cookies! 🙂 What a fantastic idea to make no bake cookie truffles out of them. The flavor is absolute perfection for the season, and they will look so pretty on my holiday cookie trays. Love that white chocolate drizzle!
Mackenzie Ryan says
Oh man! What a bummer! I live right by the Alaska airlines hub, so I don't fly Delta very often anymore. As a result, I stock up on the Biscoff cookies at Costco any time I see them and take them on the flights with me. I feel so silly, but it's so a nostalgic flavor, and I love eating them with a cup of coffee.
Biscoff cookies are the BEST! I've loved them long before Delta started serving them on flights, but that is certainly a bonus. What a great idea to make truffles from Biscoff rather than Oreos! My family will love these!
Mackenzie Ryan says
I agree about Biscoff cookies being the best! I would rather eat those than an Oreo any day! The only downside is that I have a hard time limiting myself... 🙂
Marisa Franca says
I love collecting recipes that I can use for gifts. The Biscoff truffles would be ideal in a gift box. I've been meaning to pick up a sleeve of Biscoff cookies for a recipe I have in mind. Your recipe looks so much better. The drizzle of frosting is the perfect finish.
Mackenzie Ryan says
These truffles are amazing for edible gifts! And who doesn't love any excuse to buy more Biscoff? 😉