No Bake Chocolate Mint Balls

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pam manzo Recipe
Lightly Salted
Wisconsin Rapids, WI (pop. 18,367)
pmanzo
Member Since Mar 2012
pam's notes for this recipe:
These are Delicious and so easy!!
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Directions

1
Grind up the Oreo's and 1/2 bag of Ande's Mints I used my food processor, then add cream cheese mix thoroughly (I just added it to the ground up oreo's mixture in the food processor and continued to mix)
2
Scoop out into even "balls" I used a melon scooper. Then freeze until hard
3
Melt the remaining 1/2 bag of Andes mints and the bag of chocolate chips, to do this I just place in microwave with about 2 tablespoons of oil for 30 second, stir and repeat until melted usually will be melted with in 1 1/2 minutes, coat frozen balls with the chocolate mixture and freeze, if you like you can top with a touch of green for decoration
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user Rev BJ Friley RevBJFriley - Sep 5, 2012
Miss Pam, I love anything mint, so I plan on trying this recipe.
user pam manzo pmanzo - Sep 5, 2012
they are super simple and sooooooooo good!
user andrea blanke casinocash - Sep 5, 2012
Looks good! Cant wait to try! Pretty too!
user Rev BJ Friley RevBJFriley - Sep 5, 2012
Miss Andrea & Miss Pam, yes they are so very pretty. That's why my favorite holiday is Christmas, but the very good thing about the holiday is the food can be made year-round.
user pam manzo pmanzo - Sep 5, 2012
thank you and it is so true, we are having the whole family over for game night on Friday (kids and grands lol) so I made up a bunch, and feel free to explore and change it up I also made some with double stuff oreos and covered in white chocolate, and I made a batch without cream cheese but added pudding for my granddaughter who doesnt like cream cheese lol, its a great recipe and easy to change up :)

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