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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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These are absolutely delicious. Made them for my son's wedding and made three batches, my husband told me I needed to make 1000 more :) Instead of drizzling white icing on the top, I took icing decorator and made a flower on top.
I made these truffles for fun & they were so good that I made them again for Christmas when all my family came to my house & everybody LOVED them! I love this recipe! And so does everyone else!
I made these with golden oreos, vanilla pudding, dipped in white chocolate and they were wonderful....
I made these at Christmas & they were SINFULLY DELICIOUS! I have read all the reviews and I have to say I had done of the problems others had. The only change I made was I put them in the freezer overnight & rolled them the next day & put toothpick in them & then dipped them. I have actually made the ones with cream cheese & I prefer the pudding version 100 times better. They are time consuming but SO worth it. I made another batch & brought them to the office. Everyone was ready to shoot me because they couldn't stop eating them & were asking for the recipe. The first time I made them I also made a mistake & used the sugarfree pudding & realized I had to adjust the milk amount some but they still turned out great. I did not use a whisk. I used my hand mixer. That is definitely easier I think. It is a little gloppy but once you add the cookie crumbs it holds together great. I used a small cookie scoop from Pampered Chef & the size was great. I also made a version with the Golden Oreos
These little balls are deliciously sinful! Made them for my daughters party. Had no problem rolling the balls. A big hit. I did use 2 1/2 squares of white chocolate, the 1 bar recommended wasn't enough
Here is the best way to make these: Put the cookies, filling and all, into a food processor and process until finely crushed. Mix the small box of chocolate pudding with 1/2 cup of milk with a SPOON. It will be extremely thick and gloppy. Place dollops of this into the crumbs in the processor and process until thoroughly combined. Use a small ice cream scoop like in video to portion. Roll balls between palms to smooth. Chill as directed, then dip into melted chocolate that isn't super hot, as it will melt the balls. Thin white chocolate with a little shortening to desired drizzling consistency.
I made this as a Christmas gift for my was a hit!! Now, I love to pull this receipe out now whenever I am having a small get together.
I made these for Christmas and they were a huge hit! I'm making more for the superbowl. I'm going to shape them into little footballs and pipe the white chocolate into laces!
They were outstanding! So irresistible!!!!! awesome....everyone at my party loved it! they wanted more. Thank you so much.
This is a good tasting receipe but I have failed twice in getting the ingredients to round up like they do in the picute. I even bought a new scooper but still failed. I think the jello makes the crumbs too moist. Next time I will use a similar receipe that uses Philly Cream Cheese.
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