Immediately after you dunk your cookie balls in the white chocolate, sprinkle with the sprinkles while chocolate hasn’t set, so the sprinkles can stick to the truffle. Keep them in your freezer. I hope you liked my Sprinkles White Chocolate Truffles. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. …and from the moment I wake up to the moment my head hits the pillow I am either cooking food from scratch, reading about it in magazines, foraging for it or preserving it, researching the history of food or falling asleep reading Scottish recipes. I used sprinkles to coat my truffles and a good quality white chocolate worked well. You can go ahead and use already baked Sprinkles Cookies from the store if you’d like. haha tell me about it. Plus, when you make this cookie dough, you will have 36 cookies. Use a fork to remove truffle and let excess chocolate drip off the fork. You can of course serve them up after a delicious traditional Christmas dinner too or hand them out as gifts. You can freeze them in a baking sheet for a couple hours. Using the stick gently roll the truffle in the desired sprinkles and pop onto another tray or plate to harden. Then, we will crumble them in the food processor with some cream cheese. They are made with mint chocolate, digestive biscuits, real double cream, white chocolate and sprinkles of choice. Mix until combined. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. STORAGE: Unbaked cookies can be stored in the freezer for up to 2 months. My mum made the most delicious but simple Christmas truffles around Christmas time and I’ve created this recipe to try and recreate those truffles she made us as kids. ;-). I always pace myself with white chocolate. Immediately sprinkle on the sprinkles. Repeat with all of the mixture to create all of your truffles. If the mixture is too dry, add a bit more cream cheese and process again. Quickly add in the digestive biscuits and vanilla and stir through until you have a nice chocolately digestive dough type consistency. Use a spoon to cover them completely in chocolate. Place baking sheet in the freezer for at least 30 minutes, so cookies can firm up. Thanks! If you enjoyed this recipe you may like to pin it to your favourite pinterest board using the link below: You may also like some of our other blog recipes below: Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your account. We prefer the rum balls or bourbon balls to be chewy and fudge-like, not dried out like the rum ball recipes that use nuts. Which, by the way, is inspiring me to go make some more macarons! white chocolate for melting (I used two large bars about 400g), chocolate sprinkles & coloured sprinkles for coating the truffles (enough to cover a small plate for each). traditional scottish christmas truffle recipe, I used a cookie scoop, very packed and level to form my balls. Repeat this process until all truffles are coated in sprinkles. Consider these to be rum brownie balls… Your email address will not be published. these white chocolate truffles were perfect for my birthday lol!! thank you Tara! Learn how your comment data is processed. Let cookie balls rest on a baking sheet in the freezer until they are frozen, just a couple hours. Put brownie truffles on a serving tray with parchment paper. Anytime you want some cookies in the future, just grab them right out of the freezer and bake in pre-heated oven. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! We usually only make truffles at Christmas, but this has convinced me to make some sooner. How to gift chocolate truffles: This page contains affiliate links. So if you don't want to eat all of the cookies, simply leave 12 cookies in a tray, freeze them until solid, then bag them in a ziplock bag. White Chocolate Truffles. Repeat until all the brownie truffles … Except for coffee. STORAGE: Truffles will keep very well refrigerated for a few days, in an air tight container. Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window), View naturallivingangiemilne’s profile on Facebook, View naturallivingam’s profile on Twitter, View angela-milne-59a106122’s profile on LinkedIn, View UCmVjpPsFcb0oYGFlnW1j4BA’s profile on YouTube. Required fields are marked *. White chocolate truffles is a classic candy, I wanted to make them a little more fun for Valentine’s Day! Roll them between your hands into a smooth ball. You can also melt the chocolate in the microwave using the link in the tips above. They have about 175 kcal each, so I guess they are not that bad if it’s a once in a while kind of thing.