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Great Oreo Cookie Balls For The Holidays

Updated on June 28, 2013

Delicious Oreo Cookie Balls

Delicious Oreo Cookie Balls
Delicious Oreo Cookie Balls

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Oreo Cookie Balls Recipe For You

Here's a quick and easy recipe for Oreo Cookie Balls that your sure to love.

You will need for these.

1. 1 Regular Size Package Oreo Cookies

2. 1 8 OZ. Package Philadelphia Cream Cheese

3. 1 Package White Bark Chocolate Coating

Place your Oreo Cookies in a large plasic bag and using a dough roller or simular object crush your cookies very well and place them into a large bowl. You may want to do a few cookies at a time to make sure they are well crushed.

When you have all the cookies crushed and in the bowl combine in the cream cheese and mix the crushed cookies and cream cheese together very well.

Now you want to lay out a sheet of wax paper about 2 foot long.

Make balls about 1 to 1 1/2 inches in diameter out of the cookie mixture and lay them out on the wax paper.

In a large microwave safe glass bowl place your White Chocolate Bark and microwave on high one minute at a time until all the White Chocolate Bark is melted. Coat your balls in the melted White Chocolate Bark and place them back on the wax paper sheet and allow them to harden well. Once they get hard you can store them in a plastic container with a lid or if you like make them for gifts and when you do place them in decorative christmas tins. These are some of the best homemade christmas candy you can make. It is oh so delicious.  

Plus you will find some recipe videos here for some other holiday treats for you to make and enjoy with your family.  

Oreo Truffle Balls

1. One Large Package Oreo Cookies

2. One Eight Ounce Package Cream Cheese.

3. Two Twelve Ounce Packages Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips.

5. One Half Pound White Bakers Chocolate For Dipping.

You will want to make sure that you use a good quality of chocolate chips. The taste of your finished Oreo Truffle Balls depends on it.

Start off by running all your Oreo Cookies through your food processor so that they are pureed and smooth. Mix your cream cheese into the Oreo Cookie Crumbs until they are very well mixed and you can see no white from the cream cheese.

Use your hands and roll your Oreo Cookie Balls into walnut size balls and place your Oreo Cookie Balls on a wax paper lined baking pan. Fill your pan full of the Oreo Cookie balls and then place in the freezer for about an hour to harden and set together.

You can buy sharpened craft sticks to use to dip your Oreo Cookie Balls into your chocolate. This way you won't get all messy.

Melt your bakers chocolate and semi sweet chocolate chips in a double boiler and as soon as its melted whip it with a wire whisk to make sure everything is very well mixed together. Then start to dip your Oreo Cookie Balls one at a time in the melted chocolate.Place them back on the wax paper in rows and allow them to harden.

Store in a covered container in a cool dry place. Be sure not to let to many people know where they are or they will disappear quickly. And you have now made Oreo Truffle Balls.

Please post your comments below about Oreo Truffle Balls. Please feel free to post your comments, tips, or suggestions about Oreo Truffle Balls or Oreo Cookie Balls and thanks for reading. I hope there are Oreo Truffle Balls in your future very soon.

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Have You Ever Had Oreo Cookie Balls? They are oh so good. What do you think about them?

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    • crazyhorsesghost profile imageAUTHOR

      Thomas Byers 

      7 years ago from East Coast , United States

      Thanks for the comments. I just added a new recipe for Oreo Truffle Balls that makes a Oreo Truffle Ball you will not soon forget.

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      7 years ago

      MMMMM Almost as good as Schweddy Balls!

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      Sarah Mobley 

      8 years ago

      What is the black décor on the top?

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      love to cook 

      8 years ago


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      9 years ago

      Someone brought them to work for a potluck we had. They were great...

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      9 years ago

      A friend at work had brought them in to good that I'm going out to buy the ingredients...

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      Bendy's Ideas 

      9 years ago from South Carolina

      Looks great! Thanks for the recipe

    • crazyhorsesghost profile imageAUTHOR

      Thomas Byers 

      10 years ago from East Coast , United States

      The No Bake Cookies above in the video are also one of the best tasting cookies ever. Be sure you try them to.

    • crazyhorsesghost profile imageAUTHOR

      Thomas Byers 

      10 years ago from East Coast , United States

      Yes they are really good.

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      Merle Ann Johnson 

      10 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

      Sounds really good to just have to try this..thanks >>>G-ma :o) Hugs


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