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Has anyone tried Oreo truffles??? Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!

post #1 of 23
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I made these today and they are soooooo good and super easy to make!!

Oreo Truffles

Ingredients:
1 package [3 sleeves] Oreo cookies, crushed
8 ounces cream cheese, softened to room temperature
1 package white [vanilla flavored] almond bark [see TIP below]
Method
Using a hand held mixer or a food processor, mix crushed Oreos and cream cheese together until well combined. Roll mixture into walnut - size balls and place on plate or tray lined with wax paper. Chill in refrigerator for 1 hour.
Melt the white almond bark in a pan set over a larger pan of steaming water [also known as a double boiler] Stick a skewer or toothpick into one of the truffles and dip it in the melted white almond bark, coating it completely. Set coated truffle back onto wax paper - lined plate / tray; remove skewer. Repeat with remaining truffles. Allow truffles to harden completely; about 15 minutes.
TIP Look for white almond bark [in name, there are no almonds in it] at your grocery store [where I found mine] or a candy supply house or catalogue. White chocolate is not advisable as a substitute as it will dry yellow. The almond bark is also easier to temper [simply melt it, you can even melt it in your microwave] and it dries more quickly
post #2 of 23
Oh that sounds yummmmmy! icon_lol.gif

I think that I might try these this weekend for our Christmas Baskets.

Thanks for the recipe!!
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post #3 of 23
Sounds delicious.
I will try it.
Thanks for shearing with us.

Nitu
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post #4 of 23
I've made cake truffles that were Oreo before. I had chocolate cake and added buttercream. Added too much and didn't have any more cake--they were squishy. Was digging in the pantry to figure out what I could use to dry them out a bit and came across a box of Oreo crumbs. Added that and they were DELISH!

Lisa
post #5 of 23
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Your welcome... I made one batch of the regular oreos and one batch with the peanut butter filled oreos..Those were scrumptious!! icon_biggrin.gif
post #6 of 23
We did them with the white almond bark, and then sprinkled crushed peppermints on them.....beautiful and yummy!!!
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post #7 of 23
I got this recipe from Pampered Chef, back when I was a rep a few years ago. Absolutely ADDICTIVE!!! lol icon_eek.gificon_rolleyes.gificon_razz.gif They are sooo yummy....very decadent and rich. I've never known anyone who tried one and didn't like it. A friend of my MIL's dips them in semi-sweet chocolate...good, but not as good as the white chocolate IMO. I made some last year for my Christmas goodie gifts & after I dipped them I sprinkled on crushed peppermints on some, red & green sugar on others...then on the rest I piped on little holly leaves, Ho Ho Ho, etc. People raved over them & asked for the recipe. If you have a food processor to do it in, it's great....just whiz the oreos until they're crumbs, throw in the cream cheese & let it go until it forms a ball...sort of like dough does in a stand mixer....once it's ready it just all comes together at once into a big ball. I found that chilling it before forming the balls made it a little less sticky to work with. Really easy & quick treat! thumbs_up.gif
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post #8 of 23
Someone posted this recipe in the Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange thread. I made them and they were awesome. I took some to work to keep me from eating them all and I got an order for 6 dozen!!! I'm planning on dipping some in mint chocolate too. I was also considering instead of using the peanut butter oreos, I might stir in some peanut butter in place of part of the cream cheese. It's worth a try!
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post #9 of 23
Both the mint chocolate & the peanut butter addition sound GREAT!! I'd definitely try swapping out some of the crm cheese for the pnutbtr!! Let us know how they turn out thumbs_up.gif
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post #10 of 23
Sounds delicious! I'm putting it in my "GOTTA TRY IT" section. Thanks for the recipe.
post #11 of 23
They are very delicious and so yummy!
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post #12 of 23
Wow sounds yummy I think I will try them in Jan. I'm so bake out!!!! need to take a break.
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post #13 of 23
I tried them and they were YUM!!!!!

Berta
post #14 of 23
How long do you think they can be left out of the refrigerator ?
post #15 of 23
what is almond bark?
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