Bubble Gum Cookie Truffles

Bubble Gum Cookie Truffles by Back For Seconds  #animalcrackers  #bubblegum #truffles #pink #sprinkles














There are countless food blogs, cookbooks, magazines, cooking tv shows, pinterest, etc., and that makes it hard to make something totally unique. That’s why I love The Domestic Rebel. You think you’ve seen every possible version of a cupcake and then she makes something like this Cupcake in a Cupcake. I love her creativity and she always has a funny story to tell!
These little treats I have for you today have been inspired by Hayley’s Circus Animal Cookie Truffles. They sounded so and yummy, I just had to make them! I changed the recipe a bit and added bubble gum flavor. I wanted to surprise her with this post as my little “Ode to my new bloggy friend” and for some reason bubble gum made me think of me of Hayley. I had never seen bubble gum truffles anywhere and was a little proud of myself for my original idea ;)

Cut to this morning when I read her post for today and what do I see but Bubblegum Fudge!!  I guess there’s a reason bubblegum made me think of her, what are the chances?
Anyway, these sweet little truffles will make you feel like a kid again. They taste just like bubblegum – but you get to eat them ;) Dip them in chocolate and sprinkles and you have a perfect little party treat. Little ones are destined to love these!

Bubble Gum Cookie Truffles by Back For Seconds  #animalcrackers  #bubblegum #truffles #pink #sprinkles
Bubble Gum Cookie Truffles
by:Back For Seconds
  • 4 1/2 cups animal crackers
  • 1 batch of cream cheese frosting (or 1 can)
  • 1/8 tsp bubble gum oil
  • 24 oz white chocolate almond bark
  • pink food coloring
  • nonpareils
In a food processor pulse the animal crackers until finely ground. stir in frosting, bubblegum oil, and a bit of pink food coloring. Roll into balls and place on a wax paper lined cookie sheet and freeze until solid. Melt the white chocolate and divide into two batches. Color one batch pink. Dunk the truffles into the chocolate, use a fork to life them out of the chocolate and tap lightly on the bowl to shake off the excess. Place back on cookie sheet and top with sprinkles. let the chocolate set up and enjoy! Best eaten at room temp. They freeze well too, so it’s a good make ahead party recipe!

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  1. says

    I never even knew that you could buy bubble gum flavoring. How cool! My kids would love these so much more than the “adult” truffles I make.

  2. says

    That’s so funny, I had to do a double take when I saw both post titles! These are great truffles, my daughter would love them! :)

  3. says

    That sounds like such an interesting flavor. I think kids would love them!

  4. says

    OH MY GAWD. Good riddance, I am drooling like an animal, these look SO. OUTRAGEOUSLY. GOOD. Those animal cookie truffles were yummy, but adding BUBBLEGUM to them?! Pure genius that I am completely in awe of. You’re like, the coolest girl EVER and I’m so glad we’re new bloggy BFF’s. What a delicious and awesome tribute!! <3

  5. says

    FANTASTIC!!! I can’t wait to make these. My kids will freak!

  6. says

    These look GREAT
    I’ve never hear of bubble-gum oil, I’m curious now

  7. says

    This is such a creative idea! I’ve never heard of bubble gum oil either, but this is a fantastic use for it :)

  8. says

    This is such a great idea! They look so good! I haven’t heard of bubble gum oil either, but I’m glad I have now! @lemonsforlulu

  9. says

    very cute for girls party or shower!! thanks for sharing!

  10. says

    We will have to find bubble gum oil! What a fun idea. These truffles look yummy! We are so glad that you linked up to our “Strut Your Stuff Saturday”. Please come back again really soon! Thanks! -The Sisters

  11. says

    I love that you used the animal crackers, how fun! They turned out so adorable!

  12. says

    This is such a fun recipe! I love that you used animal crackers. What screams kids like animal crackers and bubble gum! :) Seriously creative! How fun would this be for a Circus themed party! Thanks for sharing on Saturday Show & Tell at Cheerios and Lattes last weekend! We love having you join us and hope to see you again this weekend! See you soon!
    Mackenzie :)

  13. says

    Ooh these look delicious! Definitely going to give them a go! :)

  14. says

    OMG! Those look delish! Thanks for sharing at the Pomp Party! Pinning to our Pomp Party board!

    Jill @ Create.Craft.Love.

  15. says

    You’ve been featured on Saturday Show and Tell on Cheerios and Lattes. Have a great weekend!

  16. says

    Ok, the bubble gum post really intrigued me =) Love it! Thanks for coming by and linking up your recipe at Foodie Friends Friday today…come back next week!

  17. says

    These truffles look so amazing!!! I had no idea you can buy bubble gum flavoring, I will have to check that out!

  18. says

    Just wanted to let you know you are one of my features this week!!! Thanks for stopping by Sweet & Simple Sunday!!

    Kim from Cups by Kim

  19. Jeff Meulemans says

    Where is an easy place to find bubble gum oil? I'm hoping to find it in the local grocery store spice asile but I have my doubts.

  20. Sandy says

    Where do i get Bubble Gum oil

  21. Hari says

    How many truffles does this roughly make? I’m thinking of bagging them up for christmas presents and not sure how much ingredients I will need? Thank you!:)


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