This is a friends reciepe from work, He made them for the office and I fell in love with them and wanted to share.


  • 1pkg Oreos
  • 1-8oz pkg Cream Cheese
  • 1pkg Almond Bark


    Here is the reciepe:

    Twist Oreos and take apart
    Scrape cream from cookies and put in lage bowl
    add cream cheese to bowl and cream together
    put cookies into a ziplog and seal
    use a rolling pin to finely crush cookies
    add finely crushed cookies to creamed mixture and stir
    roll into 1 inch balls and chill
    Melt almond bark

    dip cookies balls into almond bark and place on wax paper that is on a cookie sheet
    let set and enjoy

    makes about 3-4 dozen

    I hope you enjoy them as much as I did. Have a Happy Holiday.


kdbohm Says... 21 Dec 2010 , 11:47am

I have made these a few times. No need to scrape the cream out of the oreos....just crush the cookies and mix into the cream cheese.

Also, I have found it is easier and they turn out more smooth if you freeze them before dipping them in the chocolate.

EdiblePrints Says... 22 Dec 2010 , 12:30pm

Try the Oreo mint as well for something different. I make both the regular oreo and mint every year and they are gone really quick!!! lol

Nirisingh Says... 29 Dec 2010 , 4:32am

HI I live in Durban (South Africa), what is almond bark, as we only have the baking chocolates here. Can I use the normal chocolate for this.

rogslov Says... 29 Dec 2010 , 7:41pm

Nirisingh, yes you can use the baking chocolates. I just add a bit of parrifan wax to these. I have also tried the white chocolate with these and they are very dilicious. If you go on the net(try just putting in almond bark--it may show recipes on how to make or lead you to a online store to purchase from, or visit a candy store you can find the almond bark) If you have a Walmart close they should carry it in the baking isle right along side of the naking chips. Good luck.

luvbug2552 Says... 9 Mar 2011 , 2:53pm

I make these all the time. But I just buy any flavor sandwich cookie. Put them in foodprocesser mince up then add creamcheese and mix. After forming balls I refridgerate about 30 min. to set up befor dipping. I've used both white and chocolate bark to coat balls. If making more than one flavor I sprinkle toppings on top befor set to tell them apart. Like crushed penuts for penutbutter, red spinkels for strawberry, yellow for lemon, brown for chocolate. Everyone just loves them

karate_girl_3 Says... 22 Aug 2011 , 11:58am

can somebody tell me how to get the Almond Bark melted i have made theas a lot befor but just cant get it melted right will somebody just email me

cserr4 Says... 7 Oct 2011 , 1:58pm

can someone tell me how long these will keep if kept outside of the fridge? would they still be good after being out for a day?

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