Oreo “truffle” Balls

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This recipe could not be easier, or taste better. I’d rather eat these than plain oreo’s. And I like them SO much better than I like cake balls. I use these for all parties, birthday’s, gatherings, etc… And since they are so easy to make they are my go too for a sweet snack when I’m craving something fast and simple. I wouldn’t call them truffles, which is what I was told they were the first time I tried them. So I call them Oreo balls.

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[print_this]Oreo Balls
Makes 40-50 depending on ball size
1 Pkg crushed Oreo’s (16 oz)
8 oz softened cream cheese
Mix well (you can do this by hand or I like to use my cookie paddles), refrigerate for 3 hours or overnight. Make balls and dip in Chocolate (white, milk or dark all work) or roll in sugar. Viola![/print_this]

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That’s it! At first I thought these would make a great substitute for real truffles as a treat I could share with my husband and kids while I eat real truffles, but now I love them so much that I don’t want to share these either! I’m I totally bad??? I made a huge batch and ended up hiding them in the back of the fridge so I could keep them to myself! I’m a terrible share girl when it’s a treat I like this much!

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Oreo Balls
Makes 40-50 depending on ball size
1 Pkg crushed Oreo’s (16 oz)
8 oz softened cream cheese
Mix well, refrigerate for 3 hours or overnight. Make balls and dip in Chocolate (white, milk or dark all work) or roll in sugar.
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Ashlee has been cake decorating for 8 year, and blogging for 6+. She has 5 children ages 2-12 that she enjoys throwing parties for. She loves to bake, cook, crochet, knit, do home improvement, graphic design, photography and writing.
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Comments

  1. sigh….. no one ever has a dairy free recipw for the yummy stuff. I can get away with oreos (just a teeny bit of whey powder) but cream cheese is a whole different matter. :o(
    Thanks for taking time to send me the link.

    • Sorry about that! I do have some dairy free stuff, but I tend to use lot of butter, cream, milk, etc… Maybe there is another way to mix them together? Any dairy free thick frosting should work okay!

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