Friday, January 6, 2012

Recipe Find

Okay, this recipe is pretty good, we made it for Christmas, and they were just about everyone's favorite!

                       OREO TRUFFLES

  • 1 package of Oreos-any kind
  • 1 package of cream cheese {regular stuff, not the whipped}
  • one package of melting chocolate
You will need a food processor and a mixer for this recipe.
Put the Oreos in the food processor and "process" till they are fine crumbs.  Put crumbs and cream cheese into mixer and mix till cream cheese is fully incorporated.
Spread a sheet of wax paper on a cleared counter or table and use a very small cookie scoop to scoop them out. Don't worry about separating them as you would cookies; you won't be baking them, therefore, they won't spread! Put them in the freezer for a few hours or until they aren't as soft.
When you think they are hard enough, take them out, and start melting your chocolate! You can use a chocolate melter, or a double boiler {if you don't have either, melt in a glass measuring cup in the microwave, stirring occasionally to make sure it doesn't burn}. As soon as the chocolate is melted, dip a cookie ball in the chocolate and make sure it's completely covered. Don't leave it in the chocolate for too long, or else it will start to melt.
Carefully place on another sheet of wax paper and let cool.
Happily eat. :)

  • You can use regular Oreos, mint Oreos, white Oreos, or even Nutter Butters :)
  • Likewise, you can use white chocolate, milk chocolate, or dark chocolate.
  • If your house is warm, it would be a good idea to, once they are frozen, plop them into a plastic container and slip in the freezer, only taking a few out as you dip them.
  • It would also be a good idea to store them in the refrigerator {or if the outside is cold, the "outdoor refrigerator" ;)} as they are made with cream cheese.

PS: remember this post? Well, I found a page with ten different mug cake recipes!!!!
PSS: Thanks so much to my new follower, memory!


  1. Mmmm! These look yummy! I have to bake some cookies in February (for Valentine's Day), and am always on the look-out for something new - I'll have to give these a try. =)

    Thanks for sharing.

  2. @RissiYou're welcome! I hope you like them. :)

  3. I have made these in the past and they are super yummy. We even tried it with nutter butter cookies, my favorite is the Oreo one.

  4. @Ali
    For Christmas, I made them with mint Oreos, white Oreos, and Nutter Butters. They were all so very yummy! And thanks SO much for your sweet comment on my "guestbook"!

  5. MM, I just discovered this recipe too!!! How cool. Aren't they absolutely, sinfully delicious?? :P


  6. @Jessica I hadn't heard about them until my grandma told me how to do them and had me make them. :) But, yes, they are WONDERFUL!

  7. P.S. I awarded you on my blog today :)

  8. Oh. My. Goodness. That looks way too good to be true :))


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