white chocolate gingerbread truffles

Today I was able to make these amazing white chocolate gingerbread truffles. Granted they are not the healthiest little treats but once in a while I like to indulge. These are the perfect little treats for the upcoming holidays for sure!

Gingerbread white chocolate truffles | Eat Good 4 Life

Around Christmas I normally make one of my most popular chocolate recipes, Baileys pistachio white chocolate fudge but this year I wanted to change things up and do something else.

These white chocolate gingerbread truffles turned out brilliantly! I think next time I might actually turn it into a truffle pie it was so good. This way I will be able to add more heavy cream and make the mixture not as sweet.

These white chocolate gingerbread truffles go a long way. One or two and you are good to go. They are extremely sweet so they will satisfy your sweet craving for sure.

I have already gotten around gifting homemade treats for Christmas and these are the ones that I have used to start with. I don’t have much gingerbread stuff in the blog so I also wanted to make sure that I get a few more recipes.

I might try to make a healthier version of gingerbread truffles along the road but for now these are the ones I ended up with.

If you are looking for something to make this holiday season or gift to your love ones these white chocolate gingerbread truffles are the perfect treat. I hope you get to make them.


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white chocolate gingerbread truffles

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 20 truffles

Cook Time: 2 minutes

Total Time: 50 minutes


  • 12 oz white chocolate chips, I used Ghirardelli brand
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • 4 oz ginger snaps, finely chopped
  • 1/2 tsp ginger powder
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon powder
  • 1/2 tsp nutmeg



In a medium sauce pan heat the heavy cream over medium to low heat.  Don't boil just heat it to the point before boiling. Whisk until chocolate is melted. (If you find that the chocolate doesn't melt place bowl over a double boiler until it does or microwave it for 1 minute to 30 seconds)

Stir in the finely chopped ginger snaps and spices and combine. Store it in the fridge until harden enough to roll. About 1 hour.

With a spoon take small pieces of the chocolate mixture and roll them to form a ball. Deep the truffles in some additional pulverized ginger snaps and store in the fridge until time to serve.

Before serving let the truffles sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes.


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  1. Hola Miryam…no escribo en inglés porque seguro que no me entiendes..je je je…me encanta estos “cuadritos” que has hecho y te aseguro que la haré…solo una cosa las medidas en gramos como serían?? una taza a que equivale y las cucharas que són soperas???
    Felicidades por el blog.
    muchos besos

  2. Hola,

    1 cup equivale a 227 gr
    1/4 cup 57gr o 59ml
    1 tablespoon equivale a 14 gr o 15ml
    1 teaspoon equivale a 4 gr

    te pongo un link que he encontrado que te servira mejor

    Si tienes mas dudas avisame

  3. I’m obsessed with your blog! These bars look so great!

  4. You should take part in a contest for one of the greatest blogs
    on the web. I’m going to recommend this website!

  5. Deliissshhhh!! Just made it and it turned out yummmie! We don’t have pumpkinspice over here, but i found the recipe to make it myselfwhich made it a bit more work, but next me i will have all the spices ready for use. My kids love it too so i am afraid there won’t be anything left by tomorrow, hahahaha

  6. Hi! Can I make this recipe with gf flour? Has anyone made it this way?

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