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These are very simple to make and VERY yummy.

Grind up your Oreos with your food processor. If you don’t have one you can place them in a Ziplock bag and crush them with a rolling pin.IMG_5296

Put your crumbs in a bowl and add a block of softened cream cheese.  Use a mixer to combine. (NOTE: I tried combining the crumbs and cream cheese with the food processor.  It worked but then it made everything too warm and I had to chill it before I could roll it into balls.)IMG_5301

Shape dough into 1” balls and place on a parchment lined baking sheet.  (I used my cookie scoop to scoop out some dough and then used my fingers to divide that in half to get the perfect sized balls.)IMG_5303

Chill your dough balls in the freezer while you melt your chocolate.

I used Ghiradelli candy making chocolate I had picked up at Sam’s club at Christmas time.  You can use chocolate chips, but may end up with some white spots on the chocolate after it hardens.  No biggie if you are just making them for your family but if you want them to be really pretty I would suggest using candy chocolate.IMG_5306

Give your chocolate a rough chop.IMG_5307

Melt your chocolate.  I have this VERY handy chocolate dipping pot.  If you don’t have one melt according to package directions in the microwave.  I do not recommend using a double boiler or a bowl over boiling water.  I have had too much chocolate ruined by one drop of water getting into the bowl. 


Remove balls from the freezer and insert lollipop sticks.  Working quickly, dip truffles in the chocolate coating, tap them on the side of the bowl to remove excess, and place back onto parchment.  If using sprinkles, add them before the chocolate hardens.  If they slip off too much dip a couple more before adding sprinkles to the first on so the chocolate sets a bit more and then your sprinkles will stay put.


Allow to harden.  If using chocolate chips you will need to place them in the refrigerator to get them stiff again.  I placed mine in the baking cups after they were hardened just for decorative purposes.


Recipe: Oreo Truffles

Yield: about 40


  • 1 16oz package Oreos
  • 1 8oz block cream cheese, softened
  • 16oz. chocolate, melted

Directions:  Crush Oreos into fine crumbs and mix with cream cheese.  Roll into 1” balls and place on parchment lined baking sheet.  Chill while you melt the chocolate for dipping.  Dip the balls into melted chocolate, shake to remove excess, and place back on parchment lined baking sheet.  Add sprinkles, if desired.


  1. Love it! I am not good at baking... but this recipe is too pretty to resist and I love Oreos + Cheese + Chocolate...OMG!

  2. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!! Oh mercy...these look sooooo good.

  3. Mmmm! Question: Do you only use the cookie part of the Oreo, or do you process them with the cream filling intact?

  4. its super awesome and I never want to talk about this anymore it great..

  5. I can't wait to make these for my family!By the way, from what I can see of your house in the pictures you post, your house is darling. I would love for you to do a photo "house tour" on your blog. You are amazingly talented!!

  6. These are the most incredible little tasty treats on the planet. They are like a little piece of heaven!!

  7. my oreo balls never look that pretty when I dip them! thats cuteeeeee!

    Tiffany, I blog over at http://itsacowgirlthing.blogspot.com

  8. These are some of the most addictive "cookies" in the world! YUMMO! A tip I found is to dip the tip of the stick in the melted chocolate before putting it in the cookie ball & freezing them. They stay on the stick a bit better that way.

  9. Just wondering where you found those super cute candy papers? I want to make these as wedding favors but I can't find decorative papers anywhere!!! Your blog looks amazing btw.

  10. I got them at Michael's. They had quite a few different ones.

  11. Mmmm...these are one of my most favorite on-a-stick treats EVER. The crunch of the nonpareils is the perfect complement to the smooth oreo truffle filling. Love your shot of the Ghiradelli bar!

    Jenn/Rook No. 17

  12. Mmmm... delicious! I made these and loved.

  13. Do we use the whole oreo cookie?

  14. Did you use all of the oreo cookie?

  15. Making these for little man mustache bash and I'm excited! Baby is turning one... Woah!
    Wondering if I can make ahead of time and freeze? Thanks!

    1. I really don't know. I would be afraid freezing them would crack the chocolate. You can refigerate them for a day or two but after while some moisture will develop on the outside of the shell.


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