Cookie Dough Truffle Bites!

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Cookie Dough Truffles!

There is something SO fun about baking and making around the Holidays!
Maybe it's because it's colder and baking warms the house up...
Maybe it's those childhood memories...
Maybe it's the wonderful scents of the season...
Maybe it's just time for caloric overload?

Whatever the reason,
It's my favorite part of the season!
(see what I did there?)

These Cookie Dough Truffles are NO Bake!
We had them finished in 20 minutes.  Even my kids were astounded!
It took me more than 20 minutes to photograph them...but prep is a breeze!
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Step 1: Ingredients!

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cookie dough truffles.

I admit it...I eat cookie dough raw.
always have.  always will.
But this recipe omits eggs and leavening,
so it's perfect to eat as is!

Mix in:
1/2 cup of butter
3/4 cup of brown sugar
1 1/2 tablespoons of milk
1 teaspoon of vanilla
1 1/4 cup flour
pinch of salt.

After mixed and dough like,
add 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips.

Taste it...cookie dough!
now to turn it into truffles!

You'll need 8 oz of melting chocolate...

Additional recipe:
Replace the 1/2 cup butter with 1/2 cup peanut butter.
Replace the 3/4 cup brown sugar with 3/4 cup powdered sugar

Peanut butter cookie dough bites are the bomb too!

Step 2: Truffle time!

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Roll out dough into balls.  Usually makes 24-30...depends on size of ball.
Set on cookie sheet.
Place in the fridge for about 10 minutes so dough holds it's shape

Melt 8 oz. of melting chocolate or quick candy coating.
Dunk the balls in, remove them and place back onto the tray.

Add sprinkles while the chocolate is still wet.

Let them cool and harden.
That's right, no bake!

These were so delicious and rich! It takes a bit of practice to get a smooth surface when dipping them in chocolate, but the mess was easy (and tasty) to clean up.

craftraptor made it!3 months ago
Tadaa! I made some. Perhaps a little less moisture? I found them quite sticky. Also, how did you make them look so perfect? Mine had holes, and some had big tears in them where they fell off the stick x3
aj123ps45 months ago

craftraptor5 months ago
Awesome, they look like the Candy Crush sweets.
dan30081 year ago

Made some for a party at my church last week (sorry, I forgot to take photos) they went down a treat. going to make loads now. Plus, one thing my pregnant wife misses most about being prgnent is eating cookie dough. So she want them now.

they also taste lovely with coconut instead of chocolate chips :D

just a thought here but do you think this would taste good with peppermint instead of vanilla?
doodlecraft (author)  alexdrew58581 year ago
Yes I do! You could add crushed candy canes on the top as well. Love the holidays! :)
Candy canes nice, I never thought of that. I'll try these sometime.
chabias1 year ago
Yum! These look delicious, Natalie. I'm going to try these on my cookie platter this year.
blackweb1 year ago
A tip....use toothpicks to dip into the chocolate and roll till covered. Nice recipe.thanks.
No bake?! Mmm!!! I love raw dough! Also the one of the cakes!
tscott251 year ago
Ok Thank you.I have a cookie party this weekend and have to make 9 doz. Hope these taste great! lol. Im going to make the peanut butter ones. Thanks so much for sharing. :-) :-) :-)
tscott251 year ago
how many does the recipe make?
doodlecraft (author)  tscott251 year ago
Good question! I roll them into 24-30. You can roll them smaller if you know you have a larger crowd. :)
DUDU_T1 year ago
amygrren1 year ago
yummy cookies