Oreo truffles. You only need three ingredients to make these bad boys. Three.
I tasted my first Oreo truffle at a friend’s bridal shower this past spring. I finally got around to making them the other night. They’re super easy to make. Well, if you don’t have a pocket food processor like me.
Why didn’t I put a food processor on our wedding registry?
Here are the three ingredients that you’ll need. Oreos. Cream cheese. Baking chocolate (or the like).
|Disregard the chocolate. I stuck with the vanilla.|
Get out your (hopefully not-pint-sized) food processor. Crush 3-4 cookies into fine crumbs. Set aside. We’ll come back to those. Note: If you don’t have a food processor, though it’s not the best method, you can put the cookies in a plastic baggie and use a rolling pin to crush them.
|Isn’t it cute though? It’s like a baby.|
Then, take the next 15 minutes of your life to crush the remaining cookies into fine crumbs.
Next, mix your cookie crumbs and cream cheese together.
|Bless you, KitchenAid stand mixer, bless you.|
It should end up looking like this.
Roll the cookie crumb/cream cheese mixture into 1-inch balls. Stick them in the fridge or freezer for a while to chill them a bit.
Melt your chocolate. Dip the balls into the chocolate. Set them on wax paper (I use a toothpick to get them out of the chocolate). Immediately sprinkle with reserved cookie crumbs.
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