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Easy OREO Truffles

Easy OREO Truffles recipe
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This is the stuff that dreams are made of: Oreo Cookie crumbs are blended with cream cheese and covered with a chocolate shell for the best-tasting truffles ever.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 20 min
servings
total:
48 servings
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posted:
12/8/2010
I've made this recipe a lot; I've learned a few tricks over time. One cold cream cheese & a food processor is key otherwise the mixture is hard to form in to balls, also semi sweet chocolate bits melted in to a glass measuring cup works great. I now use lollipop sticks to dip the cold balls in the chocolate, and a long piece of craft foam to put the sticks in while they dry. Once they are dry you can remove the sticks easily and if you don't want to see the hole in the bottom dip quickly in melted chocolate to cover up but most times I just put them in small papers and no one notices the holes they are too busy enjoying them. I've also put a whole nut on inside of the ball, it adds a nice touch and surprise when you bite in to them. The recipe has been passed on to my daughters; they love to impress their friends.
posted:
12/7/2010
FABULOUS!!! These are sooooooooo easy to make, and look and taste so impressive. Great gift for family, friends, and holiday parties.
posted:
12/7/2010
We've used this recipe for years and love it. Have used almost every available sandwich cookie with different types of chocolate. Try sprinkling a bit of crushed peppermint or nuts on top before the chocolate sets up! Everyone loves them!
posted:
12/7/2010
My entire family loves these. We cover them in white chocolate though. They are delicious and so easy to make! They have become a Christmas tradition.
posted:
12/7/2010
A good friend/co-worker of mine makes these from time to time for potlucks. He decorates them by pouring the chocolate in an "S" motion instead of dipping them. They of course are delicious, but I feel they look far more elegant than when simply dipped in chocolate.
posted:
12/7/2010
This is really good when made with vanilla oreos and white chocolate too!
posted:
12/7/2010
I made this twice, and I thought it was horrible. I was prepared for a great little treat, and all I got was a mouth full of cream cheese. If that's what I want, I'll just eat the cream cheese.
posted:
12/7/2010
I read many of the reviews and made adjustments. I made them with mint Oreos this time, dipped in dark chocolate with crushed candy cane decorations on top. The cream cheese is easiest to work with if soft, so since I was in a hurry, I softened it in the microwave on defrost until it was easy to mix with a spoon. Didn't have food processor, but ziplock bag, mallet and rolling pin worked fine about 1/3 pkg cookeis at a time. After mixing I put in the freezer for about 45 minutes to make the mixture harder, but could be refrigerated overnight--made it easier to roll into balls. After making the balls, put back in freezer for 45 minutes. Used dipping chocolate--took 2 7oz containers plus 2-3 oz of chocolate chips--easy to microwave. Had to reheat a few times due to cold balls. Then refrigerated to let chocolate set. Served room temp. Made 50 melon ball sized truffles. Wasn't that hard or messy to make. Yum!
posted:
12/7/2010
This is the easiest truffle to make, and is sooo delicious. I've made this with a store brand sandwich cookie and it's fabulous!
posted:
12/7/2010
This recipe is a lot easier if you put the cookies in a food processor, then add the cream cheese to the food processor. It takes maybe 5 minutes! I also have used almond bark and it cuts down on the richness.
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