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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.
30 min
1 hr 30 min
48 servings
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My daughter made this recipe and everyone love them.
These are now a christmas tradition at our house! So good and so easy! I've also found they can last at least two weeks in the fridge and they actually get better with age. The filling gets creamier and the taste improves. But this year at christmas I was eating them before the chocolate was even fully hardened!
So easy and fast! Everyone loved them!
These truffles do not last very long in my house! They are always a big hit at parties and I always have people begging me to make them. The only down side is dipping each one into chocolate. Its very time consuming and messy, but worth it!
I made these twice last holiday season. My coworkers gobbled them up!
These truffles were awesome! Everyone loved them and were so easy to make.
Best sweet I've had in a long time.
I made these for a potluck yesterday and everyone thought it was REALLY good. Only thing is, it was way too sweet. I tried using white chocolate (like some other posters said) and it definitely tones down the sweetness and tastes really good. A few things I would change's a lot easier to roll them into balls with your hands damp. After that, I put them in the fridge for at least 30 min to an hour (it makes it alot easier to dip them). Using toothpicks worked well for me. Also using a spoon to pour the chocolate and then taking it out with a toothpick made it easier to handle them. I was being creative and put in green food coloring in the white chocolate for the mint oreos, pink for the berry oreas, etc and it came out really cute :) Overall, very simple yet tasty treats! Will definitely make again.
Very easy to make, would use a spoon instead of a fork, the fork makes them fall apart. I would also add more cream cheese so that they are not as strong.
Amazing... everyone always asks "When are you going to make those again?" I use the whole package of oreos, 1 1/2 blocks of cream cheese, and sprinkle grated white chocolate on top. For those having problems dipping them in chocolate... Joann craft store has a plastic Wilton Candy Dipping Tool for 3-4 bucks that makes it so easy! I'm sure most candy making/craft stores have them.
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