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Red Velvet Cookie Balls

Red Velvet Cookie Balls recipe
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Make this red-velvet version of cookie balls with cream cheese and crushed cookies. Dip into melted chocolate for a very classy result.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr 30 min
servings
total:
48 servings, 1 cookie ball each
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posted:
2/15/2013
These weren't too bad to make. I followed the tips on freezing before and after you make the balls... this helped. One more tip, in my opinion is to chop the cookies in a blender or food processor instead of pounding them in a bag. I pulsed mine in my blender and it made the crumbs fine which is probably what kept it from being gooey. I added a tad of canola oil to the chocolate to help thin it and melted in a glass bowl, The glass stays hot which helped my choc stay warm longer. I've only "dipped" once before and I dipped strawberries and some Oreos (yum!) so I wouldn't say I'm experienced in dipping and I think they turned out pretty good.
posted:
2/14/2013
Really easy to make & delicious!! I will definitely be making them again, but this time to pass out to friends & family!
posted:
2/14/2013
these are so easy to make. i didn't have any issue rolling into balls. i freeze the balls for about an hour, then dip in melted chocolate. i ended up using about three times as much melted chocolate as the recipe calls for. i used assorted sprinkles to look more festive
posted:
12/17/2012
I froze the "dough" after mixing for about 30 mins, then rolled into balls. Roll quickly and it works just fine. Then froze the rolled balls again for about 30 mins. They taste good, but nothing like "Red Velvet". I'm trying to figure out what to call them!
posted:
12/13/2012
Tastes like cream cheese. Extremely hard to make -- the batter is sticky. Refrigerating it before rolling made it easier to roll into balls, but the cold balls made the melted chocolate lumpy. Maybe with a double boiler, but that's too much work for something that just tastes like cream cheese.
posted:
3/27/2012
Very sticky and messy overall. I wouldn't find that if they tasted good, but they were way too soggy and sweet. And I usually think that nothing is too sweet. I would try a different recipe.
posted:
2/21/2012
I found issues with the dough being sticky as others have mentioned. After making the dough I placed the bowl in the freezer for about 10 minutes then rolled it into balls placed on a wax paper lined plate and put back in the freezer for 10-20 minutes. The cream cheese set up and it allowed me to shape the balls and they weren't sticky anymore. The recipe is a little rich but good.
posted:
2/15/2012
Quite possibly my new favorite treat! Tastes like Oreo cheesecake dipped in chocolate. I shaped the dough into balls using a cookie scoop and dropping them directly into the melted chocolate. Worked great for me!
posted:
2/15/2012
Everyone LOVED them despite the way the looked. I had a hard time getting the rolled balls to stay together to dip them in the chocolate. Like others note, I should have put them in the fridge or freezer for a while before dipping them in the chocolate. It's also important to keep them refrigerated after you make them, otherwise they end up as very messy chocolate cookie balls.
posted:
2/14/2012
At first it´s quite tricky! Put the batter in the freezer for a couple of minutes before making the balls after that put it in the fridge while you melt the chocolate so they will be firm and easy to cover them! I used 6 oz of unsweetened chocolate so it will not be so sweet and vanilla sandwiches cookies. Couldn´t find the red sparkles so I used red and white hearts. At the end they don´t look like the picture in the recipe but they look homemade and cute! I will be giving them to my family in little red flower pots. =)
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