Oreo Truffles

Click here to watch the instructional video I made of how to make these Oreo Truffles!

This is one of the most memorable desserts I’ve ever made.  Seriously.  I know, memorable and dessert probably doesn’t make sense putting those two words together…but in this case, it makes perfect sense.  Before I really got into baking and just made little things here and there, I was looking for Oreo recipes.  I’d made an Oreo pie on several occasions before that my husband and friends absolutely love, so I decided to look around and see what I could find.  While searching on the internet for different Oreo recipes, I came across this one.  Really wish there had been a camera to capture the expression on my face when I read exactly what these things are.  My mouth dropped, my eyes got as big as baseballs, and a long, “Ohhhhhhhh!”  I couldn’t get the ingredients fast enough.

The first couple of times I made these, it was a bit challenging.  And even though I haven’t made them in several years, all of this baking and decorating I’ve been doing over the past year really helped this time around when I made them.  Before, they varied in size, the chocolate was all sloppy and I just threw them together in the fridge.  They were absolutely delicious….but looked awful.  Not anymore!!  I made these for my husband’s family who’s hosting a bridal shower, and the bride requested Oreo cake balls.  When I think of cake balls, the ingredients are mixed with icing…  So after about a minute of looking up Oreo cake balls, it hit me that this was exactly what we were talking about…and I got excited all over again about making these.  The first time I took a bite into one of these guys, my knees literally buckled.  Okay, so sometimes I can be a little dramatic with food, but I get excited easily.  But these are VERY much worth the excitement.  😉

The best part was this picture…because I had to take a bite out of it for you to see the glorious inside…


1 package Oreos, minus 9 cookies

8 oz. cream cheese, softened

1 bag dark chocolate wafers

small amount of white chocolate, melted (optional)

Grind Oreos into fine crumbs, using an electric food chopper or food processor.  Using an electric mixer, beat cream cheese and cookie crumbs until well blended.  Using a mini ice cream scoop, spoon out portions of mixture onto cookie sheet lined with wax paper.  Put in fridge to harden, at least 1 hour.  Melt chocolate in microwave in bowl in 30 second intervals, stirring after each time until completely melted.  Do not overheat, the chocolate will scald and clump together.  Pull the truffle balls out of the fridge, re-roll for a smooth outside.  Using a toothpick, insert into each ball, dip into chocolate to fully cover, shake off excess chocolate and place back on wax paper to harden.  For decoration, put melted white chocolate in squeeze bottle and drizzle over top of truffles.  Place in mini muffin liners, store in refrigerator.


double dipped oreo truffles

I made another batch of these, but changed a few things this time around.  These are slightly bigger, so instead of using the mini scoop, I used the cookie size scoop to make a slightly bigger size truffle.  These have also been double dipped…the first time, in melted white chocolate, and the second time in dark chocolate.  When drizzling more white chocolate on top, I snipped a very small hole in a cake decorating pastry bag, and drizzled back and forth in two different directions on the truffles.  I like this version even better!

Like Oreos?  Try these!

Oreo Cupcakes

Mini Oreo Cheesecakes

Oreo Cake

Chocolate Chip Cookies & Oreo Fudge Brownie Bar

Double Dipped Peanut Butter Oreos


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