Last Easter, I shared my original recipe for fabulous and colorful Biscoff-Toffee Easter Truffles. The filling is made with Biscoff cookies and spread, so the truffles are full of spicy-sweet goodness! The truffles were so decadent -- and cute -- that I wanted to share them again this year. I made sure to do so early enough that you can whip up a batch for any upcoming Easter festivities on your calendar in the next couple of weeks! These truffles are super-easy to make, and they're a fun project if you have little ones who like to help in the kitchen. They can be made in about an hour, and you can get as creative as you like. I opted to coat my truffles in pink-tinted candy melts and a variety of Spring-themed sprinkles, but have fun and express your individual creativity. Making these truffles is a lot like decorating Easter eggs...only you've got about two dozen truffles to enjoy when you're done. But, you might want to hide them to keep them all to yourself once you taste one!