Easy Oreo truffles are completely heavenly, but also ridiculously easy to make. They are the perfect dessert to bring to a party, or just keep in the freezer to snack on whenever you want! You’re going to love them!
This recipe combines two of our favorite desserts: oreo and truffles. The combination is heaven. Truffles look so sumptuous that we have never considered making them from scratch. When we discovered how quick and easy they were to make, we fiddled with the kitchen and have not gone back since. We must warn you, they are addictively good. Although this recipe produces 30 truffles, and it may seem like a lot, but it just is not enough. It’s definitely not enough to share! We like to keep sets of it in the freezer so we can sneak one at any given time. Although they are definitely a favorite treat for the holiday, these are too good to save for the holidays only. Whether it’s the middle of winter or 100 degrees in summer, once you taste them the passion will not stop!
Oreo creamy cream cheese substitute:
If you do not want to use cream cheese, you can always replace with 1/3 cup sweetened condensed milk.
Chocolate dipping tip:
Dipping the balls in melted chocolate can be super messy. To save your fingers, use a fork or toothpick that was carefully inserted into the oreo ball to dip them.
There are several different ways to melt your chocolate. We love how quick and easy it is to melt in the microwave, but you can also use the double pot method or small pottery pot to melt.
This recipe is really fun to make with all the different Oreo flavors! Be creative and try them all!
Unfortunately, we can not recommend the Double or Mega Stuf Oreos. Consistency will change too much and will not work in this recipe.
This truffle garnish is our favorite! Keep it light with garbage, or even drizzle a little melted white chocolate over.
Oreo truffles freeze nicely. Store your chilled, hardened truffles in a freeze-free ziplock bag for up to two months.
Be sure to store the Oreo truffles in an airtight container in the refrigerator, and keep them refrigerated until served. When they stay at room temperature for too long, they will start to crack and soften too much. They will last in the fridge for up to a week.
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