Oreo Cookie Balls

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Shannon Smith

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I call theses truffles in disguise. Easy to make and yummy in your tummy as my kids say.

Once you dip them in the white chocolate you can customize them with any holiday sprinkles to fit your occasion. Enjoy!

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Rating:

★★★★★ 162 votes

Comments:
Serves:
24-36
Prep:
1 Hr
Method:
Microwave

Ingredients

  • 1-18oz. pkg
    oreo cookies (regular size, 3 rows of cookies)
  • 1-8oz. pkg
    cream cheese-block
  • 4 oz
    white chocolate almond bark

How to Make Oreo Cookie Balls

Step-by-Step

  1. Add oreos to food processor and blend until fine.
  2. Add cream cheese to oreo crumbs and blend until dough-like.
  3. Chill mixture for 15 minutes then roll into bite-size balls. Chill balls for 15 minutes.
  4. Melt almond bark in microwave according to package directions. Dip chilled oreo balls in melted chocolate using fork so chocolate can "drip off". Set covered cookie balls onto waxed paper and let set aprox. 30 minutes. If using sprinkles or decorative sugars do so before chocolate sets. I usually do a dozen at a time sprinkling after each dozen.

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