Who doesn’t love Oreo Cookies? I don’t know a single soul. Indeed if I did know someone who claimed they didn’t, I’d certainly be a little suspicious of them. Oreo cookies are great comfort food which likely evoke happy childhood memories (or maybe memories more recent – say, last night perhaps) of dunking them in an ice-cold glass of milk.
So I was sure I couldn’t go wrong with this recipe for Oreo Truffles. Not that I thought I should “guild the lily” by any means, but adding some cream cheese and a enfolding the whole thing in a blanket of delectable chocolate – I couldn’t resist!
Nor should you. Really. These Truffles are very easy to make. Toss the cookies into the food processor. Give it a whirr.
Add the cream cheese. Pulse until blended. Roll the mixture into balls.
Chill and then dip into chocolate. The only bit of the whole process that requires some patience is the dipping the truffles into the chocolate bit. I used prepackaged melting chocolate by Baker’s. You just pop the package in the microwave until melted and then start dipping away. I guess the waiting for them to chill in the fridge before devouring them all was a bit difficult as well.
Everyone will think you slaved in the kitchen for hours to create these treats. Believe me, folks will go absolutely wild for them. Soooooo delicious!
Recipe from Someone Left the Cake Out in the Rain
Makes 36 Oreo Truffles
1 package (16.6 oz) Oreo cookies – I used the Double Stuff variety 🙂
1 (8 oz) package cream cheese, softened
2 -(7 oz.) containers Baker’s Dipping Chocolate
In the bowl of a food processor, pulse the Oreo cookies until they are coarsely chopped. Add cream cheese and continue to pulse until they are well-combined.
Roll into 1-inch balls and place on a parchment paper lined baking sheet.
Refrigerate until firm, 4 hours, or optimally, overnight.
Melt chocolate according to package. Dip balls into chocolate and place on waxed paper lined trays to harden.
Sprinkle with any sort of decoration you prefer before the chocolate begins to set up.
Chill and serve cold.