Oreo Truffles

Two posts in one week – that must be a record. Not to mention two no-bake posts.

The first time I tasted these choco oreo delights was at a 4-year old’s birthday party. They looked so cute in little muffin liners like cake pops. But tasted way better. The woman who made them told me they were super easy to make. I told her not to tell people that! After all, they did taste absolutely heavenly so why not let people assume they required some sort of complicated recipe? Devious, aren’t I?

Ever since then I’ve made these about 3 or 4 times and they were all gone within a few hours. Hard to keep track of them when they’re literally bite sized. And also when you end up eating a third of them all by yourself.


Super easy to make – just mix together cream cheese and crushed Oreos, roll the mixture into balls and cover in melted white chocolate.

Ingredients
300 grams Oreo biscuits
250 cream cheese, softened
250 grams white chocolate melts
sprinkles (optional)

Method

1. Place Oreo biscuits inside a large zipper bag. Use a rolling pin to crush the biscuits. Alternatively, you can use a food processor to crush the biscuits.

2. Place softened cream cheese and crushed Oreo biscuits in a bowl. Mix together on low speed until well combined. Roll Oreo mixture into small round balls.

3.  Melt white chocolate in the microwave in a bowl. Dip Oreo balls into melted white chocolate and place on a tray. Sprinkle hundreds and thousands on top if desired. Allow chocolate to set before placing Oreo truffles in an airtight container. Can be frozen as well.

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