BISCOFF CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES (VEGAN)

These Biscoff Truffles are made from dark chocolate and Lotus Biscoff cookies. They are creamy, chocolaty, spicy, and super easy to make. You will need only 6 ingredients to make this dreamy no-bake dessert at home.

Bowl With Vegan Biscoff Chocolate truffles

THESE BISCOFF CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES ARE:

  • vegan
  • dairy-free
  • no-bake
  • creamy
  • rich
  • spicy
  • chocolaty
  • delightful
  • made from dark chocolate and Lotus Biscoff cookies
  • easy to make
  • made from 6 ingredients

Lotus Biscoff Truffles In Mini Tart Tin

WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE VEGAN BISCOFF CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES:

You need the following ingredients to make these Biscoff Truffles (the exact measurements are in the recipe card below):

  • Dark chocolate, 60-70% – Use high-quality dark chocolate bar. Don’t use chocolate chips.
  • Unsweetened almond milk – Use any plant-based milk of your choice. Don’t forget to let it stand at room temperature for about 30 minutes before using.
  • Maple syrup – is used as a sweetener. You can use any syrup of choice, such as agave syrup or coconut nectar.
  • Rum –This is an optional ingredient.
  • Sea salt – helps to bring out the chocolate flavor.
  • Lotus Biscoff cookies – are delicate spicy cookies that taste so delicious in combination with dark chocolate.

Equipment you need:

  • Small pot
  • Medium-size glass bowl – The glass bowl should be larger than the pot.
  • Spoon
  • Blender – to ground the cookies or use a ziplock bag and rolling pin to smash the cookies until they are finely crushed.
  • Silicone gloves – Optional, but I find it helpful to make a less mess.
  • Digital kitchen scale
  • Small bowl

Headshot Close Up Of Biscoff Truffles

HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE VEGAN BISCOFF CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES:

You will find the instructions and ingredients list in the recipe card at the bottom of the post.

Making this Vegan Biscoff Chocolate Truffles is easy and comes with 4 following steps:

1. Step: Make the dark chocolate ganache

Fill a ¾ of a small pot with water and bring to boil. Cut dark chocolate bar into little pieces and put into a medium-sized glass bowl. Place the bowl on the pot, turn off the heat, and let the chocolate melt completely. Stir a few times with a spoon. Once melted, set aside.

Then, while stirring the chocolate, slowly add unsweetened almond milk (don’t add everything at once). Stir until combined into a smooth ganache. Add maple syrup, rum, and a pinch of salt and stir again until completely combined.

2. Step: Let the ganache chill in the fridge

Place the glass bowl with the ganache into the fridge for about 2 hours until it thickens.

3. Step: Ground the Biscoff cookies

Meanwhile, the ganache is chilling in the fridge, put all the Biscoff cookies in a blender and pulse until they are finely ground. You can also place the cookies into a ziplock bag and smash them with a rolling pin until finely crushed and there are no big pieces left.

Take 40g of ground Biscoff, put it in a small bowl, and set aside. The rest (95g) will be added to the ganache.

4. Step: Combine and make truffles

After the ganache has cooled, take it off the fridge and stir it a few times. Add 95g of ground Biscoff cookies and mix with a spoon until all combine. The mixture will be a little sticky.

Take the silicone gloves and roll the mixture into 18 little balls in your hands. 1 ball should weigh around 12 grams. I use a digital kitchen scale before rolling each truffle to make sure they are all even.

Then roll every truffle in the small bowl with 40g of ground Biscoff cookies.

Bowl With Biscoff Truffles

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

HOW TO STORE BISCOFF CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES?

Place the truffles into an airtight container and store them in a fridge.

HOW LONG BISCOFF CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES LAST?

Biscoff chocolate truffles will last for about 1-2 weeks in a fridge in an airtight container.

CAN YOU FREEZE BISCOFF CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES?

Yes, chocolate truffles can be frozen for up to 3 months. Then let them thaw in a refrigerator for about 4 hours before serving.

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Bowl With Vegan Biscoff Chocolate truffles

BISCOFF CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES (VEGAN)

Plantiful Bakery
These Biscoff Truffles are made from dark chocolate and Lotus Biscoff cookies. They are creamy, chocolaty, spicy, and super easy to make. You will need only 6 ingredients to make this dreamy no-bake dessert at home.
Prep Time: 15 mins
Chilling Time: 2 hrs
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: Czech
Servings: 18 truffles
Calories Per Serving: 61 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 70 g dark chocolate bar, 60-70% (high quality)
  • 60 g unsweetened almond milk, room temperature
  • 2 tsp maple syrup
  • 2 tsp rum (optional)
  • pinch sea salt
  • 135 g Lotus Biscoff cookies (= 17 cookies)

Instructions

  • Fill a ¾ of a small pot with water and bring it to boil*. Cut dark chocolate bar into little pieces and put into a medium-sized glass bowl. Place the bowl on the pot, turn off the heat, and let the chocolate melt completely. Stir a few times with a spoon. Once melted, set aside.
  • Then, while stirring the chocolate, slowly add unsweetened almond milk (don't add everything at once). Stir until combined into a smooth ganache. Add maple syrup, rum, and a pinch of salt and stir again until completely combined.
  • Place the glass bowl with the ganache into the fridge for about 2 hours until it thickens.
  • Meanwhile, put all the Biscoff cookies in a blender and pulse until they are finely ground*.
  • Take 40g of ground Biscoff, put it in a small bowl, and set aside. The rest (95g) will be added to the ganache.
  • After the ganache has cooled, take it off the fridge and stir it a few times. Add 95g of ground Biscoff cookies and mix with a spoon until all combine.
  • Roll the mixture into 18 little balls in your hands**. 1 ball should weigh around 12 grams.
  • Then roll every truffle in the small bowl with 40g of ground Biscoff cookies.
  • Transfer the truffles into an airtight container and store in a fridge for about 1-2 week.

Notes

* You can also place the cookies into a ziplock bag and smash them with a rolling pin until finely crushed and there are no big pieces left.
** Use silicone gloves to avoid your hands being messy.
Nutrition Facts
Serving: 1 truffle (aprox. 12g) / Calories: 61kcal / Total Fat: 3,2g / Saturated Fat: 1,4g / Cholesterol: 0mg / Sodium: 37,6mg / Total Carbohydrate: 7,6g / Fiber: 0,4g / Sugar: 4,3g / Protein: 0,8g / Iron: 0,5mg / Potassium: 29,4mg
Keyword almond milk, chocolate, lotus biscoff, maple syrup, no-bake, rum

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