Cynthia Dorrel Recipe

Oreo Peppermint Balls

By Cynthia Dorrel CynDluvs2bake


Recipe Rating:
Serves:
24-36
Prep Time:

Cynthia's Story

I used Shannon Smith's Oreo Cookie Ball recipe but used Andes Peppermint Crunch instead of the Almond Bark. With the little bit of crunch, it tastes like another version of Peppermint Bark.

Ingredients

I pkg
oreo cookies
1-8oz. pkg
neufchatel cheese
1-10oz pkg
andes peppermint crunch baking chips (seasonal)
red sugar sprinkle, crushed candy cane for decoration-optional

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Using the food processor, crush the pack of Oreo cookies until dirt-like. Add Neufchatel Cheese to make into dough. It will appear wet.
2
Roll the dough into bite-size balls and place on parchment paper. Put in the refridgerator for 15min.
3
Place Andes Peppermint chips in ceramic bowl and microwave until melted smooth. It will turn pink. Add some shortening to thin out if needed.
4
Place each ball on a fork and pour the melted peppermint mixture on top using a spoon. Tap off excess, then place on parchment paper using a knife. Sprinkle with Red Sugar before coating hardens.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Candies, Chocolate
Other Tag: Quick & Easy


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23 Comments

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Julie Cyrus jules75
Apr 5, 2012
I used the mint oreos and coated them with Melted Andes Candies!
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Rebecca stout Rebkastout59
Dec 27, 2011
Hi is there a difference in cream cheese and the neufchated cheese? I use cream cheese when I make these oreo cookie balls and they are hit at our houes and we give as gifts to friends.
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Jean Campbell gwashington1961
Dec 26, 2011
This is a great recipe! I've made them with a pink colored candy coating mix and they do turn out pretty. I am sincerely frustrated not to be able to locate the pink Andes chips you listed. Where do you find them? I have all sorts of recipes I would love to add them to. Brownie Bites; Chocolate cookies; as a garnish in a Bark recipe. etc.
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Dannell Hartung Busdrivermama
Dec 19, 2011
ok...I did end up finishing READING the recipe...my bad, on another oreo ball recipes..so i put all of my BATTER IN THE fridge that worked better...but they surely don't look as pretty as yours...Cynthia...lol, and I did have to thin my covering a bit...didn't have crisco...use oil...just a dab...seemed to be ok...
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vicky baxter vickyshane
Dec 18, 2011
they are pretty.I making of these...they call it them a cake pops.they are so good and yummy..my kids luv it!!!