These Oreo Truffles are unbelievably delicious. They taste gourmet, and no one would ever believe they only use three ingredients! You won’t regret trying these Oreo truffle balls.
If you have never made Oreo truffles before, get excited, because everyone should have this Oreo truffle recipe in their arsenal! Seriously, they are the most delicious, decadent little devils, and they only take three ingredients to make! No one will believe it.
They taste like gourmet chocolates, but they are easy enough for my kids to make them on their own. For the last several years we have made a double batch of these and given them out to our co-workers for Christmas, and they have always been a huge hit!
Oreo Truffle Balls
Okay you ready for the easy step by step tutorial? Here we go!
Top Left – Break your cookies into fourths and add them to a food processor.
Top Right – Pulse until Oreos are smooth crumbs.
Bottom Left – Add your softened cream cheese.
Bottom Right – Blend to combine.
Top Left – Wash your hands and roll dough into small balls and lay on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
Top Right – Stick your balls into the fridge or freezer to cool for five to ten minutes. Melt your chocolate according to package directions.
Bottom Left – Using a fork, lower each ball into the chocolate until covered. Let excess chocolate drain through fork tines. Tapping the fork on the side of the glass a few times will help chocolate to smooth and the excess to drain out.
Bottom Right – Set chocolate covered truffle back on cookie sheet and garnish with leftover crumbs or the opposite color chocolate drizzle.
Place in the fridge to harden until set. About 15 minutes.
Oreo Truffle Recipe
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Easy Oreo Truffles
- 8 oz cream cheese softened
- 40 Oreo cookies
- 24 oz white chocolate chips (two bags)
- Crush 36 of Oreos in a food processor until they are tiny crumbs and pour into a large bowl.
- Crush remaining 4 Oreos and set aside to use later as a garnish.
- Add softened cream cheese to the bowl and begin mixing together until well combined, the mixture will become one big ball.
- Shape "dough" into small round truffles (about one inch) and set on a wax paper covered cookie sheet.
- Cool truffles in the fridge for 15 or 20 minutes.
- While truffles are cooling, melt white chocolate chips over low heat.
- One by one, place a chilled truffle on top of a fork, then dip it in white chocolate.
- Set them on the wax paper to cool, then sprinkle with the reserved cookie crumbs.
- Refrigerate until ready to serve, and enjoy!
Gah! Is your mouth watering, or is it just me?