No-Bake Coffee Cookie Truffles

These No-Bake Coffee Truffle Cookies taste like delicious sugar cookies with a hint of coffee flavor
coffee cookie truffles

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These No-Bake Coffee Truffle Cookies taste like delicious sugar cookies with a hint of coffee flavor. They only take 15 minutes to make, and you can customize them by using your favorite coffee.

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12
Servings
324
Calories Per Serving
Deliver Ingredients

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups vanilla wafers, crushed
  • 1 Cup pecans, finely chopped
  • 2 Tablespoons cocoa powder
  • 1/4 Teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 Cup powdered sugar
  • Coffee, such as Barnie’s Brew Sticks Santa’s White Christmas flavor
  • Powdered sugar, for dusting

Directions

Crush your 2 cups of vanilla wafers and finely chop your pecans.

Combine all of the ingredients in a bowl (pecans, wafers, cocoa powder, cinnamon, and powdered sugar).

Mix 1 brew stick with 2/3 cup of water (you can alternatively use 2/3 cups of any brewed coffee you have on hand). Slowly add the coffee into the mixture is moistened (takes about 1/3 a cup).

Roll into small truffle sized balls.

Coat them in powdered sugar.

Lay them on parchment paper and let them set for about 30 minutes (they will become hard like a cookie).

Add one more coat of powdered sugar and serve.

 

Nutritional Facts

Total Fat
14g
20%
Sugar
20g
22%
Saturated Fat
4g
17%
Cholesterol
6mg
2%
Carbohydrate, by difference
48g
37%
Protein
4g
9%
Calcium, Ca
16mg
2%
Fiber, total dietary
3g
12%
Folate, total
38µg
10%
Iron, Fe
2mg
11%
Magnesium, Mg
5mg
2%
Niacin
1mg
7%
Phosphorus, P
23mg
3%
Selenium, Se
1µg
2%
Sodium, Na
158mg
11%
Water
2g
0%

Cookie Shopping Tip

Be sure to purchase the correct flour a recipe calls for – flours differ in gluten or protein content, making each suited for specific tasks.

Cookie Cooking Tip

Insert a toothpick into the center of cakes, bar cookies, and quick breads to test for doneness – it should come out clean or only have a few crumbs clinging to it.

Cookie Wine Pairing

Milk is more traditional with cookies than wine in the U.S., but a few cookies and a glass of sweet wine make a simple, enjoyable dessert. Sweet chenin blanc, muscat, or amontillado sherry with nut-based cookies; sauternes or sweet German wines with sugar cookies; cabernet sauvignon or cabernet franc with chocolate desserts; Italian vin santo with biscotti.