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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I tried these last Christmas. I did something wrong b/c they all kept melting in the chocolate. LOL They were yummy but mine in no way looked as pretty as these. lol
Those look amazing! I must try asap!
these are my favorite! they were served at both my bridal showers…love.
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These look great and I bet they taste amazing!
Holy Moly! I can’t wait to make these they look so good! Thanks for sharing!
This is definitely the prettiest version of these I’ve ever seen. I can’t wait to try the recipe. Glad I came over from TT&J!!~Merrilee
I made these for the first time last year. Can’t wait to make them again! Yours look great! I’d love for you to stop by for my Friday Favorites party!
I love these so much. I would love it if you could link this up to our linky party going on right now.
Oh my, these look fantastic!
OH! These are so good… my family always begs me to make them hahaha
I want to eat these right now! Delicious.
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ooh looks yummy. i should try this! thanks for sharing.
My cousin made these for Christmas last year. They were such a hit and she FLAT REFUSED to give me her recipe. I had totally forgotten until I saw your blog. Victory is mine!!! 🙂 Thanks a million.
oh my goodness! These look yum! i totally want to make them now! also, I have a giveaway going on at my blog. would love you to enter.
I LOVE oreo truffles, and you’re right they are super easy…and VERY addicting!! 🙂
Hi Chelsea, these truffles look absolutely scrumptious. Thank you so much for sharing the recipe. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris
Oh yum. They look divine. I’m looking forward to making these. Thank you so much for sharing!
I had an accident with these the last time I made them and it worked so well, I’m doing it every time! I used about HALF of the amount of cream cheese called for and the balls stayed together in the candy coating a lot better! Just as delicious! Huge hit!
These were so good! I love love love making these! Love from your Phi Mu sister from Alpha Pi chapter!
I love making these – so easy! I have always used my food processor to add in the cream cheese, too. Although I understand why you opted for the KitchenAid, with that tiny food processor.
Wow, we do not celebrate Halloween, but this recipe looks so good to be saved for 24 days of Christmas .
p.s. a food processor was the first thing I got right after we moved to the USA. 🙂
I’m wondering, did you leave the Oreo filling in this or scrape it out to have only the cookies?? I’m excited to try these!!