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Monday, December 12, 2011

White Chocolate Dipped Oreo Truffles

When Nikki from Chef-in-Training posted her recipe last month for these No Bake Oreo Truffles, I couldn't run downstairs fast enough to get the page off of the printer without my kids seeing it and screaming "You HAVE to make these!". I agreed but told them I would add it to the holiday baking list. Well, this week, I tried them out and I have to say, they are AWESOME and I'm not a huge Oreo fan (I'm  not really a sweets in general fan). They were SO easy to make, only 3 ingredients AND no baking so I can't burn them. :) I did however use the full 8oz. of cream cheese where she prefers 4oz, but these will definitely be on our holiday cookie platter this year! 

No Bake Oreo Truffles
Adapted from Chef in Training
1 pkg. Double Stuffed Oreos 
8 oz. cream cheese, softened 
12oz. White Chocolate 

Chop Oreos up fine in a food processor.  Add them to a bowl along with the cream cheese and mash together until well combined. Roll into 1" balls and place on a wax covered cookie sheet. Put in the freezer for 15 minutes.While balls are in the freezer, melt chocolate according to directions. Pull the truffles out of the freezer, and dip into chocolate.  Garnish with  sprinkles before the chocolate sets. Let chocolate set, refrigerate or you can also store these in the freezer in a resealable freezer bag until ready to serve. Makes approx. 2 dz. 

*Tip 1: Make sure you use wax or parchment paper to place the truffles on after they have been dipped in the chocolate. I made the mistake of putting a few on my baking cooling rack (the one w/ the grids) and the truffles stuck to it and ripped off the bottom of the truffle.

*Tip 2: If, when you melt your chocolate you find it too thick, you can add a drop of oil to it and mix well. It will help to thin it out. 



  1. These look SO good! A friend of mine makes these, but she doesn't dip them in white chocolate. Hers are really good, so I'm sure dipped in the white chocolate they are fabulous!!

  2. They are Lisa and very dangerous to have around. Especially when you keep them in the freezer! lol

  3. Totally decadent! That's why I love them!Coming from foodblogs!

  4. Thanks for stopping by Katerina and Jenn and Oh yes, they are!

  5. I love making these! Thank you for sharing, I had forgotten about them! Yeah, I know...totally unacceptable! Love the white chocolate!! I need to make these again this year...and Soon!! <3 and HUgs Sweet Friend!

  6. Debi, I've had to make these 4 times since I posted this! Everyone keeps eating them and I even had to make them to bring to my daughters' school for her birthday instead of cupcakes and this week I had to make 100 for my other daughters cheer squad party! lol They are REALLY good in the white chocolate and even better when you keep them in the freezer! <3

  7. LOVE LOVE LOVE these!!!!i agree...very DANGEROUS to have around....but it is the holidays and we all diserve to indulge a bit!


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