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Peppermint-OREO Cookie Balls

Peppermint-OREO Cookie Balls recipe
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Chocolate cookie balls. Sounds good to us already. But what happens when you add the peppermint flavor of candy canes to the mix? Good times ahead.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 30 min
servings
total:
48 servings
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posted:
12/11/2014
I made this with mint oreo cookies. There are 30 cookies to the package so you need to buy 2 packages. Also, I needed another box of Baker's chocolate as didn't have enough to dip them in. They were AWESOME! Everyone raved about them!
posted:
12/26/2013
this was so easy to make and taste great...i loved the peppermint in it and on top.....
posted:
12/4/2013
These were easy to make and a hit at the party. I also made the tiramisu balls and they went even faster! easy desert with big results.
posted:
12/27/2012
So easy and soooo yummy!!!!
posted:
12/26/2012
These are so yummy! I hid them from my kids so I can eat them all myself...how evil is that?! They taste like Thin Mints to me. delish!
posted:
12/26/2012
Everyone LOVES the oreo balls...we did add the peppermint on top for Christmas this year and they were so yummy with a festive flavor. In the past, I've used sprinkles on top for decoration. They're always a hit, but are super rich, and usually you can only eat one or two. If making for just a few people, would be good to half the recipe. If you make a whole batch, plan to give some away or make them for a larger gathering of people. But, they're easy and well worth the time!
posted:
12/19/2012
These were easy and very "yummy" according to my husband. I used the double boiler for the chocolate and used a toothpick to dip the cookie into the chocolate. The peppermint topping covered the little whole that the toothpick left. I had quite a bit of chocolate left over. Guess I'll dip some pretzels.
posted:
12/14/2012
This was super easy. I made these ahead of time and froze the balls 1 day prior to dipping them in the chocolate. This was great and made it easy to dip in the chocolate. I won second place in a cookie contest with these Cookie Balls.
posted:
6/6/2012
I just made these tonight with my kids and they are awesome! I added about a teaspoon of crisco to the bakers chocolate which made it much easier to work with. I melted the clocolate in a coffee cup 4 squares at a time and used a slotted spoon to dunk each ball then used 2 forks to gently lift the ball off the spoon and onto wax paper while my daughter stood-by with a pinch of peppermint candy waiting to sprinkle onto the wet chocolate. I also froze the balls for at least 1/2 before dunking in the melted chocolate. They turned out perfect. Only problem is they are so good you will want to eat them all!!!
posted:
1/20/2012
I took these to a family Christmas party and everyone loved them. The kids loved having a dessert they could just pop in their mouths without having to get a plate.
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