These no-bake cookies and cream brownie batter truffles taste just like licking the bowl! Quick, easy and delicious, this recipe will become a new favorite. Great for parties, a holiday treat or for anyone who just loves sweets. Can’t say no to chocolate brownie batter! This is an eggless recipe, so it’s totally edible and safe to eat.

Brownie Batter Truffles

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Ingredients for Cookies and Cream Brownie Batter Truffles

Here are the ingredients you’ll need to make the truffles.

  • Cookies and cream candy bars. I used Hershey’s Cookie N’ Creme bars.
  • Brownie mix
  • Flour
  • Butter, melted
  • Vanilla extract or paste. If you’ve never tried vanilla paste, I highly suggest you give it a try. Here are two brands I use and recommend: Nielson-Massey or Cambie Confections.
  • Milk
  • White candy melts or almond bark
  • Toppings such as crushed chocolate sandwich cookies or sprinkles. The sky is the limit with sprinkles these days. Do a search on Amazon for any color, style, holiday or theme and you’ll be sure to find something perfect.

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How to make Cookies and Cream Brownie Batter Truffles

First, roughly chop the cookies and cream candy bars. The pieces don’t need to be exactly uniform, but should be big enough that to add some texture to the truffles.

In a medium bowl, add the candy bar chunks, brownie mix and flour. Give it a good stir so the ingredients are combined.

An important note about flour. In recent years, concerns about eating raw flour have surfaced. The FDA has warned that the potential for contamination exists in raw flour. If this is a concern for you, simply bake the flour for about 5 minutes at 350 degrees and let it cool completely before using. The high heat will kill off any potentially harmful bacteria.

Brownie Batter Truffles Ingredients

 

Add the melted butter, vanilla and milk to the dry ingredients. Beat with a hand mixer (or stir by hand) until the mixture comes together into a thick dough.

Use a spoon or cookie scoop to grab enough dough to create a 1-inch round truffle. If you like using gadgets in the kitchen, a medium spring-loaded scoop like the highly-rated OXO brand one shown below will do the trick too.

OXO Cookie Scoops

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Add the truffle ball to a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Repeat until all the dough is gone.

Place the cookie sheet in the refrigerator to chill for about 30 minutes. This will make the truffles less sticky when handling them for the next step.

Brownie Batter Dough Balls

Just before the truffles are ready to pull out of the fridge, prepare your candy melts (or almond bark) according to the instructions on the package. Typically you will melt it in the microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring in between until the chocolate is totally melted.

EXPERT TIP: Add a splash of coconut or vegetable oil to the white chocolate to make it the perfect consistency for coating and dipping your truffles!

If the thought of preparing the candy melts has you shaking in your boots, you may want to try the Wilton Candy Melt Pot pictured below. It melts the candy perfectly, then keeps it at just the right temperature for dipping, drizzling and pouring.Wilton Candy Melting Pot

View the Wilton Candy Melt Pot

Now is a good time to get your sprinkles ready too. There are tons of fun sprinkles available online as well.

Next, coat your truffles in the melted chocolate. This is the fun part where you can get creative. You can go all in and cover the entire ball with chocolate. Or you can go for ‘buckeye’ style and just dip the top half.  You can add drizzles of chocolate and get creative with sprinkles and other toppings like mini chocolate chips or cookie crumbles.  Just make sure to decorate before the coating hardens.

Brownie Batter Truffles

 

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Cookies and Cream Brownie Batter Truffles

These no-bake cookies and cream brownie batter truffles taste just like licking the bowl! Quick, easy and delicious, this recipe will become a new favorite. Great for parties, a holiday treat or for anyone who just loves sweets. Can’t say no to chocolate brownie batter! 

Course: Dessert
Author: The Three Snackateers
Ingredients
  • 1 cup cookies and cream candy bars, chopped
  • 2 cups brownie mix
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 1/2 cup butter, melted
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract or paste
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • white candy melts or almond bark
  • sprinkles, optional
Instructions
  1. First, roughly chop the cookies and cream candy bars. The pieces don't need to be exactly uniform, but should be big enough that to add some texture to the truffles.

  2. In a medium bowl, add the candy bar chunks, brownie mix and flour. Give it a good stir so the ingredients are combined.

  3. Add the melted butter, vanilla and milk to the dry ingredients. Beat with a hand mixer (or stir by hand) until the mixture comes together into a thick dough.

  4. Use a spoon or cookie scoop to grab enough dough to create a 1-inch round truffle. Add the truffle ball to a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Repeat until all the dough is gone.

  5. Place the cookie sheet in the refrigerator to chill for about 30 minutes. This will make the truffles less sticky when handling them for the next step.

  6. Just before the truffles are ready to pull out of the fridge, prepare your candy melts (or almond bark) according to the instructions on the package. Typically you will melt it in the microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring in between until the chocolate is totally melted.  Now is a good time to get your sprinkles or toppings ready too. 

  7. Next, coat your truffles in the melted chocolate and add sprinkles as desired. Place coated truffles back on the tray until the coating hardens.

  8. Enjoy!

Recipe Notes

Tip: If needed, add a splash of coconut or vegetable oil to the white chocolate to make it the perfect consistency for coating and dipping your truffles.

An important note about flour. In recent years, concerns about eating raw flour have surfaced. The FDA has warned that the potential for contamination exists in raw flour. If this is a concern for you, simply bake the flour for about 5 minutes at 350 degrees and let it cool completely before using. The high heat will kill off any potentially harmful bacteria.