Around Christmas you tend to see a lot of peanut butter balls or buckeyes depending on where you are from. Honestly I like these types of treats all year round and do not understand why we limit things to certain times of the year. It’s like hello I do like peppermint in the summer or pumpkin in the spring. I know they are seasonal but still I want to enjoy them all year round!
That is where these no bake biscoff balls fall into place. I wanted to make an easy no bake treat that required minimal effort but was great in taste! I seriously whipped the mixture up before I headed out to church and then coated them with the white chocolate when I got back!
To put these together is pretty simple. All you have to do it sift your powdered sugar into a bowl. Mix your biscoff spread and butter together. Combine the two and there you go. Then you will need to roll the mixture into balls and place on a cookie sheet. I put mine in the freezer at this point so the balls firm up some and do not melt when I add to the chocolate. After they are frozen that is when I melt my white chocolate, dip the balls in and now they are ready to ENJOY!!
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No-Bake Biscoff Balls
- 2 cups powdered sugar sifted
- 1 cup biscoff spread
- 4 tablespoons butter room temperature
- 16 oz white chocolate chips
- 1 tablespoon vegetable shortening
- Prepare two cookie sheets by lining with parchment paper or waxed paper.
- In a medium sized bowl sift the powdered sugar.
- In a large bowl combine the biscoff spread and butter till you have a smooth mixture.
- Add the powdered sugar to the mixture and stir. You mixture will become like a dough.
- Roll into 1 inch balls, place on cookie sheets.
- Freeze for 10 minutes.
- Take one cookie sheet out at a time.
- Melt white chocolate and vegetable shortening over a double boiler. When chocolate is melted add one ball at a time and coat completely with chocolate.
- Lay the coated balls back onto your cookie sheet and refrigerate for 20 minutes. EJNOY!!
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