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Oreo Truffles Recipe

Updated on May 12, 2014
Oreo truffles can be made with milk chocolate, white chocolate, dark chocolate...etc. You can decorate them with extra cookie crumb and chocolate drizzle.
Oreo truffles can be made with milk chocolate, white chocolate, dark chocolate...etc. You can decorate them with extra cookie crumb and chocolate drizzle. | Source

Oreo Truffles

Not many people can resist Oreos - And it is particularly hard to resist these amazing Oreo Truffles! I first tried Oreo Truffles when my cousin brought them to a family event. They were so delicious! The were covered in a smooth milk chocolate and had a moist, creamy center. They even had chocolate drizzled on top! I had to ask her for the recipe, because I knew i would be trying to make them.

These truffles can be used for any occassion, but be careful if it is outdoor event on a hot day! I suggest using this recipe for large gatherings, since you can make so many at once. The recipe makes about 48 servings. You can easily halve this recipe to make a smaller amount. Or you can multiply it to make more!

There are also many variations you can make to this recipe to suit your needs. You can choose to use a different cookie, or you can pick a different type of chocolate. I listed some variations down below. It is a recipe that is easy to customize, just have fun with it!

I hope you enjoy this recipe and please leave a comment if you have any tips or tricks to add to this process!

You can use Oreos for this recipe, but you can also experiment and use different cookies to make truffles.
You can use Oreos for this recipe, but you can also experiment and use different cookies to make truffles. | Source

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Cook Time

Prep time: 1 hour 30 min
Ready in: 1 hour 30 min
Yields: About 48 truffles

Ingredients

  • 1 package Oreos, processed into fine crumbs
  • 1 8oz package cream cheese, room temperature
  • 2 packages chocolate chips, melted

Instructions

  1. Put the oreo cookies into a food processor and pulse until you get fine crumbs. You can also use a blender (I did)! Or you can crush them by hand.
  2. If you would like, scoop out about 1/4 cup of crumbs and reserve for sprinkling on top of the final product.
  3. Put the crumbs in to a stand mixer (or mix by hand) and turn on low speed. Begin adding the cream cheese.
  4. Once the mixture looks pretty uniform - Scoop out into 1 inch balls. Roll them in your hands to make a nice round shape.
  5. Place on a baking sheet or in a container and put them into the fridge for 30 minutes to chill.
  6. While the mixture is chilling, begin prepping the chocolate. Use a double boiler to slowly melt your chocolate chips.
  7. Once the chocolate is melted, dip the oreo balls into the chocolate. Decorate with chocolate and/or cookie crumbs. Refridgerate until firm.
  8. Enjoy this delicious treat!

Tips and Variations

Tips

  • Don't have a food processor? Use a blender, crush them with your hands, or make up a crazy way to get them crush them into crumbs!
  • Don't have a stand mixer? No problem! Just mix the ingredients by hand. It should be easy if the cream cheese is at room temperature.
  • Chilling the mixture will make it easier to dip into the chocolate and not fall apart.
  • Refridgerate the truffles to prevent melting.

Variations

  • Change the type of cookie you use.
  • Pick between white chocolate, dark chocolate or regular chocolate.
  • Sprinkle cookie crumbs, nuts, or other candies on top of the truffles.
  • Drizzle chocolate or peanut butter on top of them.

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      Ravi and Swastha 

      4 years ago from London, Canada

      Good article. I will try this shortly. Voted up & useful hub

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