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Candy Corn Oreo Truffles {Oreo Truffles}

When I heard about the limited edition Candy Corn Oreos (sold exclusively at Target) my first thought was “Uh, I don’t know about that business”. But when Kelly said that they are “Amazing. For real.” I thought, “Oh, ok, I’ll give ’em a try”. Then it dawned on me that I could turn them into Oreo truffles. So I grabbed my Oreo Truffle recipe and substituted the Candy Corn Oreos for the chocolate Oreos. Pure genius I tell you.

The cookies don’t taste like candy corn to me. I don’t care for candy corn so you can trust my opinion. I think they taste more like golden Oreos. When they’re in truffle form, they taste kind of like cake batter to me. And who the heck doesn’t like the taste of cake batter? No one, that’s who.

I was afraid the white of the cream cheese would dull down the orange color, so I added a few drops of red and yellow food coloring to the cream cheese before adding the cookie crumbs.

These are perfect for the person in your life who wants to eat an autumn-themed treat, specifically an orange-colored treat, but doesn’t like pumpkin. See, I just problem solved for you.Note: I’ve had multiple people ask how I crush the Oreos into such fine crumbs. The answer? A food processor.

How about a printable recipe card for your candy corn Oreo truffles? Click on the card to head to the download page.

Have you tried these Candy Corn Oreos?
Have you ever tried Oreo truffles? Tasty, right?

Check out my other truffle and ball desserts.

Oreo Truffles
Candy Corn Oreo Truffles
Peanut Butter Balls

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  1. Holy Moly, amazing. I wish I could leave work right now to find the O’s and maek these!

  2. So clever you are.

    I don’t know if I can be friends with someone that doesn’t like candy corn though. Seems kind of wrong. But then again, that means more for me…

  3. Okay, we’re all thinking it, I’m just gonna say it: WITCH. BURN HER. No ordinary human could make her desserts look so perfect ALL THE FREAKING TIME. You should have seen the pumpkin bread I made this weekend . . . hahahahahsobsobsob.

  4. Oh, also, one last thing: I also don’t like candy corn, but a college roommate converted me to the wonder that is candy corn mixed with salted peanuts. Have you tried that? Just toss them in a dish together and enjoy. It’s the only time I like candy corn!

  5. This is the first I’ve heard of candy corn oreos. I’m like you, don’t love candy corn all that much, but these look delicious!!

  6. Oreo Truffles are one of my favorites! I dread making them though because I just hate cleaning everything out of the food processor. These candy corn Oreos seem worth it though!

  7. Ooooh yummy. I am not a candy corn fan either, so I will be sure to try them if I get a chance. Especially if they taste like cake batter. In fact, I’ll take one right now…

  8. Ha! I would love to be the one to take credit for having a part in the awesomeness you created, but I am almost positive it was not me. 🙂 I have never even heard of these mystical oreos! But now I totally wanna try ’em, truffle-style.

  9. Chelsea,

    Those look amazing! I love truffles….and I love oreos! Perfect combination!


  10. OH good heavens!! I was no words! No wait, yes I do! Will you marry me?? LOL Thanks for sharing this, I can’t wait to try it!

  11. I love the color of these truffles. I love all things orange!

    Katie @ Horrific Knits

  12. Haven’t tried them, but I am drooling on the keyboard

  13. Amber MacNeil says:

    I’m not a fan of candy corn either, but if these really taste like cake batter, I’ll try them. They certainly look pretty!!
    I went looking for those Oreos at Target, but either they sold out, or don’t have them yet. They were also out of the “caramel apple candy corns” that I keep hearing about. :-/

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