Monday, May 30, 2011

Oreo Truffles

I am probably the only person in America that has not heard of Oreo Truffles. A friend of mine, thanks Sal, told me about these and boy am I glad she did. They are easy to make and a crowd pleaser. I made them for a class party that Raven has been working with in our local school and they were a big hit. Of course all of those folks have probably had them before haha. They were just too kind to say so. This is What's Cookin on Beaty's Creek today.

1 box of Oreo Cookies
1 package Cream Cheese-softened to room temperature
2 lb. white chocolate
1 T Canola oil

Place Oreo cookies in your food presser and whirl away. Next pour Oreo crumbs in a bowl and mix very well with cream cheese. Now place bowl covered in the fridge for 1 hour. Now is the time to get going. I scooped out about 1-1 1/2 T of the mixture and then formed that into balls and placed the balls on a parchment lined cookie sheet. Continue making the balls until you have none left. Now place balls, covered, overnight in the freezer. Before taking them out of the freezer, melt white chocolate with 1 T of canola oil in a double boiler. Stir when melted until very smooth. Dip balls one at a time in the white chocolate and then place back on parchment paper. Place on a pretty tray and serve.

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  1. Yummy! I've heard of fried oreos but these look much better! Oreo's are my hubby's favorite, so I'll have to try this recipe! I love your blog! I could spend all day here! I need to spend an entire day to figure out this blog stuff for my site but I just haven't done it yet. Too busy baking dog treats and sewing! I see we both love crochet & canning...we are a dying breed! Smiles :)

  2. These sound great and dangerously addictive!

  3. April my kiddos sure like them. I like my Oreo cookies plain. :)