Bunny Tails! {Biscoff Truffles}

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My hubby and I like to explore new places and try new things every once in a while. A town nearby us has a store that sells Farmer’s Market products year round.  We decided to visit there last Saturday and I found a huge bag of chopped raw coconut (unsweetened).  I thought of the super cute Bunny Tails that I saw at Pizzazzerie the other day and decided to create my own version using the raw coconut.  The raw/ dried coconut is nothing like the shredded/sweet kind.  It’s crunchy like coconut gets when you toast it!  These are the best tasting truffles I have ever had thanks to the Biscoff cookies and spread.  It was really hard to not eat the whole batch, but I was REALLY good and only ate 1/2 of one! ;)

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Have you ever tried Biscoff Cookies?  I like them a lot… I like the Biscoff Cookie Spread even more.  WOW!  That stuff is good!   I found mine at Walmart the other day and knew I had to try it. ;)

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I just LOVE these little guys!   If you are wondering about the coconut:  My hubby said it wasn’t an over-powering taste like the shredded is to him and I agree.  I love these truffles!  I hope you will too!

Bunny Tails! {Biscoff Truffles}
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 cup of raw dried and chopped coconut
  • 8 crushed Lotus Biscoff Cookies
  • ¼ cup of Biscoff Spread
  • 2 oz. of Reduced Fat Cream Cheese
  • 8 bars of Almond Bark
Instructions
  1. Mix together the cream cheese, crushed cookies and Biscoff Spread. Once they are mixed form them into small balls and refrigerate 2 hours or overnight (cover them with plastic wrap).
  2. Pour coconut into a small bowl.
  3. Melt the almond bark according to the package and dip one ball into the bark and cover it thoroughly with the almond bark. Immediately transfer the ball to the bowl with the coconut. Cover the ball with the coconut and then set on a piece of wax paper. Repeat with all the truffles. Let them cool until they are hard to the touch. Enjoy!
Notes
If you can find raw, dried and chopped coconut that would be best for this. If not, then you might be able to whirl some unsweetened coconut in a food processor to get the same taste and texture. Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. says

    Those are absolutely adorable! Where I live most of the year, Biscoff spread isn’t available but I am in the States right now so I can make these little balls of delicious. Yay!

    • says

      Oh, Biscoff is so good in a cookie dough way… it’s hard to describe, but “gasp” I love it more than Nutella… shh.. don’t tell Nutella that ;)

    • says

      Hi Vicky! I think you would have a hard time rolling them in powdered sugar unless you didn’t use the almond bark coating… then it might work. I reccomend coating with the white chocolate or almond bark and then rolling them in white sprinkles instead…

  2. Anita Cornetto says

    I found the Biscoff spread but can’t find the cookies. Is there a substitute that would work and taste similar?

  3. debib says

    These sound fantastic! I made the other ones and they were a fail. These however, you had me at Biscoff. I don’t think anything with that in it could be a fail. Thank you!!

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