Recipe Rundown: No Bake Oreo Truffles

Tuesday, December 9, 2014


Hi guys!  For many people during this particular time of year, many of our schedules revolve around holiday get togethers.  That also means lots of cooking and baking goes down.  If you want to bring a dish that is sure to please just about anyone, bring a dessert (everyone knows it's the best part of any dinner)!  And if you want to bring a dessert pretty much anyone will enjoy?  Well then, Oreo Truffles are calling your name.  These are the most decadent, delicious treats.  Plus, (without the Oreo crumble garnish) they look kind of remind me snowballs, which is pretty cute for this time of year.  Oh, and did I mention they are super easy to make?  They contain only three ingredients, and there is no oven time or anything!  So what are we waiting for?  Let's get to eatin'!


Ingredients:
+ 1 package of Oreos
+ 4-8 ounces of cream cheese (I personally used 8 ounces for this batch, but it's up to your preference.)
+ White dipping chocolate


Recipe:
1.) Finely chop Oreos up, which you can do in a blender, food processor or, as I do [see above], put the Oreos in a big plastic baggie and use a hammer (Seriously!  I have found it works the best).  Save some of the extra if you want to add the Oreo pieces on top at the end. 
2.) Mash the cream cheese and crushed Oreos until it's all mixed together.
3.) Roll into balls and place on a wax covered cookie sheet.  Put them in the freezer for about 15 minutes.
4.) Melt the white chocolate according to directions on the package.
5.) Pull the Truffles out of the freezer and dip them into the chocolate.
6.) Garnish with the leftover Oreo crumbs from before, but be sure to do this before the chocolate dries.
7.) Refrigerate, and then chow down when you're ready!


Original recipe found on Chef in Training


I made these Oreo Truffles for both Friendsgiving and Thanksgiving last month, and they were a hit.  What are your go to recipes for winter time?  Will you be trying Oreo Truffles for your next get together?  If you make these, be sure to snap a pic and tag me @alliegee319 on Instagram, so I can see, please!  Happy holidays!!

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3 comments:

  1. I have a potluck coming up this weekend and I'm making Baked Brie en Croute which is a fancy way of saying Brie baked with puff pastry around in and delicious goodies inside. I can't wait to try it!

    I will definitely be putting these truffles on my list of things to make! Thanks!

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  2. The truffles look so yummy, I think I'm going to try it :)

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