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Oreo Truffles

15 min + chill time
18-24 balls

I’m back! I’m back!

Took a small break to get our house ready to sell, nothing like waiting until the last week to finish projects we should have done over the last 2 years. I moved in with Dave 2 years ago and we turned his bachelor pad into a home I felt comfy in. (sorry Dave) It was worth all the late nights and stress because our house sold in 1 day! Holy smokes, was not expecting that but I couldn’t be happier. Time to relax and get back to the baking!

So for my first recipe back, I wanted to share the easiest, the most requested and the most loved dessert I’ve ever made. We’ve all heard of them, we’ve all had them and here is the recipe I use that is always a hit. Oreo Truffles. I say truffles because it makes them sound fancier, but they are also called plain old Oreo balls. 


3 ingredients. Yep, 3. Oreos, cream cheese and white chocolate almond bark. People will love you because they are so amazingly good and people will hate you because they are addicting. Be prepared.


Oreo Truffles

One of my most requested treats! Super easy to make, a few ingredients and no need to bake.

Prep time: 15 min + chill time  |  Cook time:   |  Total: 15 min + chill time

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1 package Oreos

1 block cream cheese (8 oz.) room temperature

1 package white chocolate Almond Bark


  1. Take one package of regular Oreos and put all of the cookies into a food processor. Pulse until the Oreos are a fine crumb.
  2. Prepare a cookie sheet with a Silpat or parchment paper. Foil does not work as well for this, the dough tends to stick to the foil.
  3. Set aside 1/3 cup of the Oreo crumbs in a small bowl. These will be used to top the truffles as decoration.
  4. Put the rest of the crumbs into a mixer. Add the block of room temp cream cheese to the mixer. Mix well for about 2 minutes.
  5. Using your hands, take about a tablespoon of the Oreo mixture and roll into a ball. Place on the cookie sheet and repeat until the mixture is all gone and you have a nice little cookie sheet full of truffle goodness.
  6. Here is the most important step: chill the truffles. At least for 30 minutes. This sets the mixture and makes it less sticky to handle and dip in the chocolate.
  7. After the chilling is done, break up the block of almond bark and put into a microwaveable dish. Heat for 30 seconds at a time, stirring after each round.
  8. After the chocolate is melted, using a fork take each truffle and place into the melted chocolate and roll around until all covered. Take it out with the fork and tap the excess white chocolate off. Place back onto the cookie sheet.
  9. Grab the extra crumb mixture and after each truffle, sprinkle a pinch onto the top. Do this after each truffle or every few otherwise the white chocolate will set and the crumbs won’t stick.
  10. That’s it, that’s all. So easy! Try not to eat them all because they are that good.



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