From The Kitchen of A Military WIfe

Oreo Truffles.

Posted on: February 7, 2010

By the time I got to try one of these babies they were 3/4 of the way gone! These were a huge hit at our Superbowl party! They were so easy to make too!

1 package Oreos
8 oz cream cheese-softened
12 squares (2 packages) Baker’s Chocolate- either white or milk I did both
To pulverize the Oreos I used my food processor. If you don’t have a food processor either use a blender or crush them by hand.  You need to crush them into a powder though for this to work.  Don’t remove the cream-you use the whole Oreo. Separate 6 oreos from the rest off them.  Crush these and set them aside.  Use the food processor to crush all of the remaining oreos.  In a medium mixing powder combine the crushed oreos and the cream cheese.  I found that this works best when done by hand.  Keep squishing and stirring the mixture with your hands until ALL of the oreo is coated in cream cheese.  Pinch off small sections (about the size of a large marble), roll into a ball and set aside on a cookie sheet.  When all of the oreos have been rolled into balls melt your chocolate according to package directions.  Coat each ball in chocolate and set back on the cookie sheet.  Sprinkle with the extra crushed oreo we made in the beginning.  Allow to chill in the refrigerator for a minimum of one hour.

2 Responses to "Oreo Truffles."

i made these and they came out great!! 🙂 it a must make and very easy to do thabnks alicia

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