These 3-Ingredients No Bake Gingerbread Truffles are perfect Christmas treats to make. You can eat them yourself with family or can treat your friends with them as gifts. They basically need only 3 ingredients: gingerbread cookies, vanilla sugar and butter.
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Holiday season has begun and that means there are gonna be so much awesome stuff coming here. They would surely include desserts and baked goodies, and much more.
Celebration time: Happy Independence Day Finland 🇫🇮
We are already having 4 days long weekend this time. Because today marks the 100 years of independence of Finland. There we have it — a hundred causes for a celebration. Isn’t it? So how about some Gingerbread and chocolate? For me, bring them on! 🙂
A celebration of the freedom: To celebrate today, I made some super delicious, easy and festive treat. I made 3-ingredients No Bake Gingerbread Truffles, which can be ready in no time and can be gobbled up in just a few seconds.
Adoria is just adoring them to the core because these truffles are so full of her favorite thing — gingerbread cookies. Yeah, she is loving everything gingerbread these days.
December is all about the cookies. Gingerbread cookies are everywhere, I must say that not only Adoria but even I love them too. Gingerbread cookies are the best. Ain’t they?
Hard to tell, who is more happy:
When she wanted this, I couldn’t say no when she pleaded. And so I had to bake gingerbread goodies the whole weekend. Yeah, I had to, because that’s what I told her. Even though I love baking, I told her that I am baking because you said so. This secret got me some extra hugs, kisses, and lovely praise-words. 😉
Bribing does help sometimes:
Yeah, she knows how to make me happy. So this baking season was of mutual benefits. The things we baked together are gonna be here in the coming days. 🙂
I want to share them all:
I am just so thrilled to share all of my favorite recipes with you this season, but my ‘drafts’ folder is requiring all my attention. It’s because it is flooded with so many unedited video recipes, so I must edit and share them first. My cooking speed is much higher than editing and sharing speed. You won’t believe that I still have a couple of recipes left which I made for Diwali but couldn’t share them on time. So I don’t know if I would be able to share them at all before Christmas. However, I am hopeful.
A question: Does ‘cooking more and sharing less’ thing happen to you as well, or I am the only one here suffering from this? If any of you are sailing in the same boat, then do you have any solution? I would love to know.
Gift them or eat them:
These Chocolate coated Gingerbread Truffles are perfect Christmas treats to make. You can eat them yourself with family, or can treat your friends with them as gifts. They basically need only 3 ingredients: gingerbread cookies, vanilla sugar and butter.
Dress ‘em up:
If you want to make them look a little more festive, or maybe you want to make them fancier, then you’ll also need white chocolate and some sprinkles for decoration.
Sweet holiday recipes are simply so much fun. And these are especially fun because they are no-bake. Grind, shape, dip in chocolate. Done.
I think the hardest thing for you to do would be to wait while they are chilling in the fridge. You need to do this for 15 minutes. I know it’s very hard. But patience is virtue, my dear friend. 😉
- Gingerbread/gingersnap Cookies - 10-12
- Vanilla Sugar - 2-3 Tbsp (Or Use Powdered Sugar + ¼ Tsp Vanilla)
- Butter Or Coconut Oil - 40g
- White Chocolate - 100g
- Sprinkles Of Choice
- Use a grinder or food processor to process your cookies until they become very fine crumbs.
- Add in butter and vanilla sugar and process again.
- The dough should be moist enough to hold together when you press it into a ball.
- Using a melon baller or tablespoon, shape the dough into 1-inch balls and place onto a plate.
- Melt white chocolate in a microwave on for 2-3 mins stirring after each minute until smooth.
- Or melt white chocolate slowly in a double boiler.
- Dip lower half of each truffle into chocolate mixture; allow excess to drip back into the bowl. You can also coat them in chocolate fully.
- Place the coated truffles onto a plate or a cookie sheet.
- Immediately top with sprinkles.
- Allow truffles to rest refrigerate for 15 minutes, or until the chocolate has set. Enjoy.
If you cook this dish, be sure to tag your photo with this hashtag: #mggk
Happy Cooking and Keep Sharing! 🙂