Oreo Balls Taste Like Expensive Truffles

Oreo Balls Are a Quick DessertI’m not sure where this recipe originated…probably from the Nabisco Company, but they are fabulous made with the original Oreo and I recently had some made with the mint Oreo and fell in love again! I got this recipe from my friend Sharlee, who gives me most of my great recipes. The ones pictured are made from regular, original Oreos, without any extra drizzle or decoration. But going forward I wouldn’t hesitate to try any one of the great new Oreo flavors or add a drizzle of tinted, flavored chocolate when making this tasty dessert.

Ingredients:

  • 1 pkg. regular Oreos
  • 1-8oz. pkg. cream cheese
  • Melting chocolate

Instructions:

1.  Use a food processor or blender to finely grind the entire package of Oreos.

2.  Cube and add the package of cream cheese and blend for a few minutes until mixed.

3.  Put mixture in refrigerator for 1 hour until chilled.

4.  When the mixture is chilled, roll into bite size balls and put back into the refrigerator.

5.  Melt the chocolate and bring out a few balls at a time. Submerge the balls into the chocolate and place on a cookie tray covered with wax paper.

*Keep the balls in the refrigerator until ready to serve.

*You can use melted white chocolate instead, or dress them up by drizzling white chocolate over the milk chocolate balls.

I hope you enjoy these as much as my family does, and if you happen upon a great combination of Oreo flavor and chocolate, let us all know!

Shari

Comments

  1. Cindy says

    Omg, mint oreos are absolutely THE BEST sweet ever. I’m going to indulge myself with this recipe. Thank you for sharing it.

    • Shari Hiller says

      Cindy, if you use the mint flavor, beware – these treats should come with an addiction warning! Hahahaha!

  2. Linda Baird says

    Those Oreo balls sound great!! I think I will make them for Easter using the yellow oreo cookie with white chocolate.

    Doesn’t cream cheese make everything a little bit better, ha,ha.

    Thanks so much Shari

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