No Bake Oreo Cookie Balls – EASY TO MAKE BITES OF DECADENCE
No matter if I have a party, need to satisfy my sweet tooth or want to bring a dessert, I know I can whip up this recipe for No Bake Oreo Cookie Balls in a matter of minutes. Even I have Oreo Cookies in my house! I also like this recipe as you can make the Oreo Balls ahead of time. After they are dipped in white chocolate I put the dipped truffles on a baking sheet and refrigerate. When they harden, you can easily store them in zip lock bags. If you’re one of those that like perfectly round balls, you’ll really like this cookie scoop
A Trim & Terrific Indulgence
Most of the menu I prepared was from my new book, Too Hot in the Kitchen,. I couldn’t wait to share with you this easy truffle recipe that will make you look REALLY GOOD! What’s great about this recipe as you can turn your No Bake Oreo Cookie Balls (chocolate truffles) into seasonal desserts by using different food coloring! I like to make the truffles ahead of time and serve in mini muffin baking paper cups-get a supply and keep in your pantry as you will find all kinds of use for them!
Close your eyes for this bite of ecstasy—No Bake Oreo Cookie Balls only three ingredients using your favorite familiar chocolate cookie. Make ahead of time for an impressive ending or beginning to the night. This truffle is rich and satisfying.
Chocolate Oreo Truffles Dipped in White Chocolate from Too Hot in the Kitchen: the Secret To Sizzle at Any Age
Makes 4 1/2 dozen truffles
1. In food processor, combine Oreo’s and cream cheese, pulsing until mixture forms a ball. Shape mixture into 1-inch balls and place on baking sheet lined with waxed paper. Refrigerate 1 hour.
2. In microwave-safe dish, microwave white chocolate chips for one minute, remove and stir until melted and creamy. Dip top of each ball in white chocolate and return to waxed paper. Refrigerate until white chocolate hardens.
Nutritional information per serving: Calories 76, Calories from fat 47%, Fat 4 g, Saturated Fat 2 g, Cholesterol 3 mg, Sodium 70 mg, Carbohydrate 9 g, Dietary Fiber 0 g, Sugars 6 g, Protein 1 g
Dietary Exchanges: 1/2 other carbohydrate, 1 fat
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