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It’s finally Christmas and the only song I’m singing is “‘tis the season to be jolly, truffle la la la la!” Desserts are practically synonymous with Christmas. They are a part of the whole lights and decor shindig. While everyone around you is baking the mainstream cookies and cupcakes, you can wow them by making some of these terrific truffles.
Not only are they very easy to make, but they also are bite-sized so you can eat a dozen without feeling the slightest bit of remorse. It’s Christmas ladies and gents! Get out your Betty Crocker apron and let’s get truffle-ing!
50 Christmas Truffles
1. Christmas Funfetti Cake Batter Truffles
To start this list with a bang, we have some funfetti cake batter truffles. They are so easy to make with just 20-30 minutes of preparation time, and that too without using the oven! You can add that extra festive touch by adding some red and green sprinkles.
2. Christmas Chocolate Truffles
While chocolate truffles are a staple, you can make it much more festive by rolling the ganache in some Christmas ball sprinkles. These chocolate truffles taste even better when made with extra love.
3. Eggnog Truffles
Nothing screams Christmas more than some eggnog truffles. These are no-bake truffles so you don’t have to worry about burning them in the oven. I sometimes eat these truffles for breakfast!
4. 3-Ingredient Nutella Truffles
Anything that has nutella in it automatically becomes my favourite. This chocolatey trifecta gives you all the Christmas feels and is going to be a super hit at the adults’ and the kids’ tables.
5. Cranberry Pistachio Truffles
Cranberries are already the fruit of Christmas. Mix them with pistachios to bring the taste up a notch. They are super simple to make, and rolled in powdered sugar they look just like snowballs.
6. Oreo Truffles
Any excuse to have Oreos is a good excuse. Mixed with truffles, this is a combination sent from the chocolate gods themselves. And the best part about these is that these are no-bake.
7. Cinnamon Bun Oreo Truffles
Cinnamon is always present in the undertones of Christmas and these buns are perfect. They are very easy to make and are my personal favorite. Infused with some Oreos, these truffles are simply bun-tastic.
8. Coconut Truffles
These coconut truffles are amazing to snack on during Christmas season. You can never go wrong with coconut and chocolate. They are an amazing combination and a big hit at each and every party.
9. Cappuccino Truffles
Who doesn’t love cappuccino? These soft milk chocolate truffles filled with ganache and covered with white chocolate are all you need this Christmas season. Since these are white truffles you can even arrange them into cute little snowmen.
10. White Chocolate Raspberry Truffles
This truffle is a red and white Christmas fantasy. White chocolate paired with some delicious and juicy raspberries is simply scrumptious. And the best part is that you only need five ingredients to make this delicious dessert.
11. Christmas Pudding Chocolate Truffles
The title says it all. These are small truffle puddings that are perfect for your Christmas. Decorated with some mistletoe, these are ideal for gifting or for enjoying with your family.
12. Candy Cane Truffles
It’s not Christmas if you don’t have at least one candy cane dessert. It’s almost an unwritten rule. These white chocolate candy cane truffles are perfect. The taste is perfectly balanced and a crushed candy cane coating will liven up your taste buds.
13. Kahlua Chocolate Truffles
You simply can’t make truffles and not have a Kahlua chocolate truffle. Boozy truffles are a must and a personal favorite and these are so divine that I salivate just thinking about them. Made with just five simple ingredients, these are perfect for someone who isn’t so good at baking.
14. Mint Chocolate Chip Truffles
Mint and chocolate is a famous combination. So why not bring it to the world of truffles. It is necessary to have something green up on the dessert table and these are perfect. They have a unique flavor but will fit right in with all your other desserts.
15. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Truffles
Cookie dough is quickly taking over the festive season. If I could, I’d eat raw cookie dough for the rest of my life, but they taste even better when made into little truffles. With chocolate chips folded into it, these are an absolute hit.
16. No-Bake Sugar Cookie Truffles
It’s Christmas! Do you honestly need any other reason to have loads of sugar? You really can’t go wrong with simple no-bake sugar cookie truffles. These are a no-brainer and are a hit at every single party. Add some festive sprinkles and you’ll have a very festive dessert.
17. Butterscotch Truffles
These butterscotch truffles are perfect if you want to bring a new flavor to the table. The creamy butterscotch inside will always leave you wanting more.
18. Ganache Truffles
These rich chocolate truffles coated with peppermint candy cane bits drip of sophistication and festivity. The ganache is pretty rich and quite easy to make.
19. Pecan Pie Truffles
This year instead of making the generic pecan pie for Thanksgiving make some of these truffles instead. They are much more delicious and will give a fun little twist to this classic dessert.
20. No-Bake Cheesecake Truffles
Cheesecake is the new blackforest. It’s everywhere! And for a good reason too- its soft and creamy texture is just amazing. And that is further enhanced in these truffles. They will also blend right in with your Christmas decor.
21. Gingerbread Truffles
Now, I know you might think I’m a little crazy for pairing cream cheese with gingerbread and chocolate, but trust me, this is one of those weird food combinations you didn’t know you needed in your life. And they are festive. What more could you possibly want?
22. Key Lime Truffles
This will not only bring something very distinct to the table but will also be finger-licking good. These truffles with key lime cream centers are simply amazing. Decorated with a green chocolate glaze on top, these are perfect for Christmas.
23. Chocolate Tiramisu Truffles
While we love tiramisu as a dessert, they can be quite challenging to make. But these tiramisu truffles are a perfect and easy alternative. With just six ingredients, these mouth-melting desserts are spectacular.
24. S’mores Truffles
As the festive session creeps in, my favorite thing to do is make a fire and roast some marshmallows to make s’mores. So why not combine s’mores and truffles that are everyone’s favorites?
25. Salted Almond Fudge Truffles
These decadent chocolate truffles with a little bit of crunch are perfectly salty and sweet to get you salivating. These are made with rich chocolate, almonds and some sea salt.
26. Caramel Apple Truffles
Caramel apples are the life and soul of Christmas. But if you don’t want to eat the whole thing and want a miniature version, these truffles are perfect. We all know that a caramel apple a day keeps the Christmas grinch away.
27. Hot Chocolate Truffles
The smell of hot chocolate truffles will waft its way into the hearts of everyone during Christmas. Go ahead and roll them in some crushed candy cane!
28. Gingerbread Man Truffles
Your Christmas is incomplete if you don’t have this man amongst your desserts. These gingerbread man truffles are all you need in front of your gingerbread house.
29. Irish Cream White Chocolate Truffles
These are very simple white chocolate truffles that look like cute little snowballs. They have Irish cream, macadamia nuts, and some delicious milky white chocolate.
30. Reindeer Oreo Truffles
Reindeers are the official animals of Christmas and I can assure you that they’ve never looked so cute. These reindeer are going to gallop circles around your tastebuds.
31. Chocolate Bacon Truffles
Now, these truffles are going to be your new breakfast for the next 25 days. These chocolate peanut butter truffles with sliced bacon on the top taste divine.
32. Chocolate Peppermint Truffles
Chocolate peppermint truffles are such a classic and they are a necessity on the dessert menu. These are so easy to make and are delicious.
33. No-bake Baileys Truffles
The true Christmas spirit lies in having some boozy truffles. And these super simple no-bake Baileys truffles are going to be your best friend. They are a must-have at every party.
34. Melted Snowman Truffles
How cute do these snowmen look? The only difference is that they aren’t made of snow, but completely edible crushed Oreos. They are so tasty and festive!
35. Pumpkin Spice Truffles
Thanksgiving brings a slew of pumpkin spice desserts but instead of making some classic pies make these truffles instead. They are festive and modern and bite-sized. What more could you possibly need?
36. Salted Caramel and Whiskey Truffles
Boozy truffles are always the way to go. And these salted caramel truffles with a touch of whiskey is one of my absolute favorites. The caramel is almost burnt which gives it a very rich taste and I’m here for it.
37. Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough Truffles
The title says it all. The snickerdoodle cookie dough truffles have all the underrated festive flavors and are so delicious, it should be a crime to eat them. You won’t be able to get enough of this cinnamon and sugar combo.
38. Apple Pie Truffles
Chuck the classic apple pie out of the window and make these apple pie truffles! You can make these goodies easily as there’s no baking involved in this recipe. These truffles are small enough for you to pop a dozen in your mouth without feeling a stitch of guilt.
39. Triple Chocolate Mouse Truffles
These truffles are so creamy and chocolatey, and not to mention, extremely cute! They will look great on your dessert table and taste heavenly, it’ll give all the confectioners in your town a run for their money.
40. Marshmallow Truffles
There is no better feeling than biting into a truffle and feeling the marshmallow melt in your mouth. And this truffle gives you just that if not more. They are gooey as well as crunchy!
41. Ferrero Rocher Hazelnut Truffles
These homemade Ferrero rocher hazelnut truffles are a sinful chocolatey and nutty fantasy. They will surely hit your sweet spot.
42. Eggnog Bourbon Truffles
Nothing gels better than eggnog and bourbon. I am a big fan of bourbon and while I would just make bourbon truffles, add a little bit of eggnog to make your truffles much more festive and delicious.
43. Brownie Truffles
A brownie truffle is the much cooler and tastier cousin of a brownie. Brownie truffles are so chocolatey and bite-sized that you don’t need to keep track of how much you’re gobbling up.
44. Christmas Truffles
Coated with some smooth cream cheese, these German chocolate Christmas truffles are the most aesthetically pleasing truffles ever. Plus, you have full creative control to decorate them however you want.
45. Bittersweet Truffles
The ingredients of these truffles are truly so simple and straightforward. Even if you don’t have any experience making desserts, you’ll be able to nail these. And you can decorate them with cute Christmas sprinkles.
46. Mocha Truffles
These mocha truffles are going to be the best thing in the morning or at any other time of the day really. Coated with white chocolate and drizzled with caramel, they make a salty and delicious dessert.
47. Dulce de Leche and Nut–Butter Truffles
Dulce de Leche is the most versatile medium to work with, and if you have some left in your fridge, why not make truffles out of it? This is perfect if you’re looking for a dessert that’s not too sweet but extremely delicious.
48. Apple Cinnamon Truffles
Combine the festive flavors of apple and cinnamon and give your taste buds the best experience ever. You can’t really get more festive than this.
49. Applesauce Truffles
While we are on the topic truffles, make sure to check out these applesauce truffles. They are so decadent and creamy that the plate will be empty in seconds!
50. Kentucky Bourbon Balls
Let’s end this with an absolute BANG! These Kentucky bourbon balls are so sinfully delectable that you’ll keep reaching out for more. There is absolutely no excuse for not making this easy 3-step recipe.
Be sure to try out these heavenly Christmas-y truffles. These are my absolute favorites and are at the top of my dessert list. Not only are they very simple to make, but they also taste super delicious. I know for a fact that they are going to be a hit at every single Christmas party you host.