I have been wanting to try this recipe for some time to see if it is as good as I imagined it would be, and who doesn’t love two ingredient no bake treats!!
My freezer is starting to fill up already. I have so many ideas for wonderful recipes I want to share that even thought it is just early November I am already starting to fill it up with delicious treats. Which is handy if we need to go somewhere or give a little thank you to a friend as deliciousness is never far away! The things I do in the life of a blogger…..
I have to feel a little sorry for my husband and children, as rarely is an ingredient in the cupboard for its intended purpose. Many a time I have found a half eaten packet of biscuits that were intended for a recipe, but how are they to know! So it took me a few attempts to make this one as the biscuits kept disappearing.
My recipe for Tim Tam Truffles has been so popular. They are a really simple way to make a great looking treat for gifts or a special occasion, especially as they now come in so many flavours you can create an amazing array of combinations. Many recipes out there use Cream Cheese, which is great but I am not such a huge fan so I tried it with Condensed Milk and it was wonderful! You can search for that recipe here.
The next step was to see what it would be like combining Condensed Milk with Chocolate Mint Biscuits and they are just lovely! So quick and simple to make, and you can make them as simple or as flash as you choose! I have rolled them both in coconut and also dipped them in chocolate to show you just a few ways to make these truffles look great. Or of course you could leave them plain….but sometimes more is more!
You can find Mint Treats or Mint Slice biscuits in the biscuit aisle. One packet of biscuits does not make many truffles, so always consider doubling or even tripling the recipe if you want it for a crowd or to make as gifts. The rolling is of course time consuming but also a great way to catch up on Netflix or some other more intersting telly.
So onto the recipe, just two ingredients, plus extra stuff for rolling, this one is so easy you will find yourself making several batches before Christmas I am sure!
So it is all pretty simple and straight forward! I have a lovely selection of Christmas Recipes on the blog, be sure to check them out to see what inspires you this holiday season. These delicious truffles can of course be enjoyed any day of the year!
Be sure to stop by and let me know on Facebook if you make this recipe, I always love seeing photographs of what you make so flick that through too!