Oreo Truffles

Easy Oreo Truffles! (see below for recipe)

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Hubby and I have BIG plans tonight! :shock:

I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am

It’s gonna be a roarin’ good time, oh yes it is.

Tonight, we are ripping up the kitchen floor…

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Yes, can you tell just.how.excited.I.am??? (Hopefully my major sarcasm is translating easily to you all right now…) :roll:

So while I may not be excited about the labor ahead of me tonight, I definitely AM excited to be one step closer. We’re getting there!

Here’s the view of our new door we put in from last week.

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Looks a little different, wouldn’t you say?

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So, most of today’s eats weren’t all that exciting…

(Exhibit A – a whole wheat Arnold’s Sandwich Thin with PB & banana)

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(Exhibit B)

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In case you’re wondering, that’s a 1/2 of a container of V8 Golden Butternut Squash Soup + leftover roasted zucchini; I took the picture before I heated it up, hence the unappealing, chunkiness. I must say, I’m really a fan of this soup! I’ve had it before, and it’s quite good.

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I did say “most” were unexciting…not all. Enter, Exhibit C. ;)

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So since I don’t have much left to offer on the meals front, I figured it would only be fair to share a recipe tonight!

During my first Christmas Cookie Baking extravaganza this year, my mom and I were sure to whip up another family favorite:

Oreo Truffles

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These truffles taste so incredibly decadent, people hardly believe when I tell them that there’s only 3 ingredients! :shock: I don’t think I’ve ever brought these anywhere where they weren’t a hit!

Start by chopping up an entire package of Oreos. After dividing the Oreos, simply mix one part of them with a block of cream cheese.

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It will take a little while to get everything totally incorporated, but don’t sweat it. Think of it as a mini-workout…or as an excuse for that extra piece you just snagged out of the bowl. ;)

Roll your mixture into balls and allow to chill in fridge for about one hour.

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Once the balls are chilled, melt your chocolate and start dippin’!

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Right after the balls are dipped into the chocolate comes the fun part:

It’s time to roll them in MORE Oreos!

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And after giving them a little more time to chill and the chocolate to harden, you’ve got yourself a big ‘ol batch of decadent, delicious Oreo Truffles.

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While I’ve only ever tried using regular Oreos, I’d be rather interested to see someone try experimenting with the other flavors that are available…

Mint Oreo Truffles??

Strawberry Milkshake Oreos??

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Have fun with this one…they’re pretty stinkin’ amazing! :-D

Oreo Truffles

Ingredients:

  • 1- 8 oz. block cream cheese (I use 1/3 less fat)
  • 1 package Oreos, finely crushed
  • 2 pkg. (8 squares each) semi-sweet chocolate, melted**

Directions:

Crush 13 Oreo cookies from package and set aside.

Crush remaining Oreo cookies and mix with cream cheese until well blended.

Shape into approx. 48 (1-inch) balls. Chill for 1/2 – 1 hour.

Dip balls in melted chocolate; place on waxed paper-covered baking sheet. Roll in reserved cookie crumbs.

Refrigerate 1 hour or until firm. Store in tightly covered container in refrigerator. ENJOY! :)

**I melt my chocolate on the stovetop, using a double boiler. I find it works easiest this way and the chocolate remains easy to work with.

Comments

  1. says

    I ask my supervisor at work to make these for me at least once a year. I don’t allow myself to keep oreos in the house so its a nice treat when she brings me oreo-laden goodies like these!

  2. krittie says

    Hey! I started mine last night-since it is such a process I decided to do my in 2 days instead of one-I am making lemon truffles, strawberry truffles and darch choclate cherry truffles. I will make sure to post the recipe and directions when I am done :)

  3. Chelsea says

    I made these last night with the mint oreos….the only problem is I’m concerned they aren’t going to last till the Christmas party tomorrow. They just seem to be disappearing : )

  4. says

    The oreo truffles look amazingly decadent…the type of cookie to make and share with others because they are TOO good to have lying around the house.

  5. K says

    yummo! i made these for the office and to make it ‘Christmas-y’ dipped it in dark chocolate and sprinkled with chopped candycanes. they were gone in less than 5 minutes

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