Crush the sugar cookies into tiny crumbs using a rolling pin or a food processor. You may use regular sugar cookies or other cookies with a festive taste.
Softened cream cheese, vanilla extract, and cookie crumbs should all be combined in a mixing dish. Mix well to achieve a consistency like dough.
Scoop out little bits of dough, form them into bite-sized balls, and arrange them on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper. To get a uniform coating, make sure the truffles are the same size.
To firm up, place the truffles in the refrigerator for a minimum of half an hour. They are now simpler to handle and dip in chocolate thanks to this procedure.
Use a double boiler or brief microwave bursts to melt the white chocolate in a heatproof dish, stirring in between each burst until it’s smooth.
Dip each cold truffle, making sure it’s well covered, into the melted white chocolate using a fork or toothpick. After letting any extra chocolate fall off, return the coated truffles to the sheet covered with parchment paper.
Garnish the truffles with festive ornaments or colored sugar while the chocolate covering is still wet. Give the truffles time to fully set. To expedite the procedure, refrigerate them for about fifteen minutes again.
Once set, your Sugar Cookie Truffles are ready to be served. Arrange them on a festive platter or package them in decorative boxes for gifting.