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Triple-Chocolate Cookie Balls

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Crushed cookies, chocolate pudding and melted dipping chocolate give these cookie balls their triple-chocolatey goodness. Bonus how-to video included!
30 min
1 hr 10 min
42 servings
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I have made these several times--they are excellent! This time, I ran out of melted chocolate and used some peanut butter chocolate chips which were also very delicious! There are only 30 cookies in the Oreo package, so I just used that and it worked fine. I also froze them for several hours which didn't seem to matter. Biggest challenge for me was getting the chocolate to look as smooth as it does in the pictures... I am looking forward to trying them with the other flavors of Oreos.
Made this for my kids' team- they inhaled them. My husband was allowed to have only one, and he lamented that I hadn't made enough for our family as well!! I will be making these again because they are so quick and easy. Tip - coat the balls with chocolate quickly before they unfreeze, or do them in batches, about a third at a time, leaving the others in the freezer, as the warm chocolate tends to melt the balls.
I occasionally like to test my cooking skills at home, so I decided to try this recipe. It was very easy to make and it turned out very well, as a matter of fact, my family can't wait until I decide to make another batch.
These turned out very good. I can't wait to bring them tomorrow for a coworkers birthday. Keep the filling inside the cookies when you smash them. Also, make sure you measure out 3 cups to mix with the Jello. The 36 cookies yields a little more than 3 cups. If you mix it all in the mixture will be dry and fall apart. Enjoy!
I used my small processor to chopped the cookies. Also, I used Oreo Mint Chocolate cookies in place of the regular ones. My son loves them. It is a must every time he comes home for a visit.
it was so easy to make...and it taste GREAT....
I made these in the shape of eggs for Easter. What a hit! They went so fast. Faster than the peanut butter eggs my sister made. Which are always the favorites of everyone!
Know starting out, you'll make a mess. I used a double-boiler to melt and keep the chocolate liquid. I also needed to use extra chocolate, but used the leftovers to cover peanuts for a side treat. This is labor intensive and there's really no way to rush the covering of the balls, but they should be a hit with chocolate lovers.
All I have to say is this is freaking amazing and use a food processer to crush the oreos... I can't remember if it said to use that or not in the recipe.
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