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Triple-Chocolate Cookie Balls

Triple-Chocolate Cookie Balls recipe
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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!
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr 10 min
servings
total:
42 servings
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posted:
12/13/2011
I made these using maraschino cherries in the middle and replaced the milk with the juice from the cherries. Yummy.
posted:
12/13/2011
THESE ARE DECADENT AND AMAZING! VERY rich, super delicious. Also pretty dang easy to make.
posted:
12/11/2011
Get with it your suppose to be bakers use a hand held mixer with a whisk and a bit more milk. I also used golden oreo with van. or banana pudding. Used things that my family likes. Also use your imagination it's easy when you start off with something so good to build on. First to be gone, no one believed how easy the recipe was! Just one word YUM !
posted:
12/11/2011
So, easy! I made the portions exactly to recipe and they turned out perfect. Broke up the oreos whole then put them in a food processor, and that worked great. Used cake batter beaters on my mixer, and added the oreos one cup at a time to my wet jello mix. That really did the trick. My boyfriend loved them, and took them to share with his co workers. I may try using rum in them for a holiday party and keep you posted on how that works.
posted:
12/11/2011
That video makes it look sooo easy, it kinda is but a little time consuming.I used my Kitchen Aid stand mixer and it worked great. Crushed the cookies cream filling and all in a food processor. I used Chocolate Creme Oreos and Devils Food Pudding.
posted:
12/9/2011
I am excited to try this but would like a clarification: do you crush the cookies with the cream and all, or remove the cream from the oreos?
posted:
12/9/2011
I made this recipe for my holiday part last saturday! wow they loved them! they were one of the first things to go and people wanted to know how I did it! Very Easy!
posted:
12/8/2011
First time making these cookies. Got the recipe off of Facebook. The video made it look as though the pudding whips right up. That's NOT the case. The pudding definitely needed more milk. However, this is a trial run and they're going into work (school) tomorrow for the official taste test. The one I tried was good!
posted:
12/7/2011
Tastes like brownie bites with chocolate glaze. White chocolate alone too thick-had to add crisco to thin. Then dipped fork in and waved over cookies for best results. Microwaving white chocolate didn't work well-ended up with burnt bits in it. I tried to thin with water and it ended up curdling. Great for cookie exchange-best done with two people.
posted:
12/7/2011
Quick question: Do you crush the cookies whole, or remove the white filling? It didn't look like the "cookie crumbs" in the video had the white oreo filling.
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