Sunday, January 9, 2011

Oreo Truffles

A colleague made these for our work potluck and was kind enough to share the recipe from food.com (http://www.food.com/recipe/oreo-balls-52035). David made them for us to take to a New Year's Eve party.

You need:
1 package regular Oreos (not double stuffed)
1 package cream cheese
1 package chocolate flavored almond bark
1 package white almond bark

1. Crush Oreos using food processor. You want them as fine as you can get them. David really liked this step!
2. Blend the Oreos with softened cream cheese using a hand mixer.
3. Roll the dough into 1 inch balls, then refrigerate for an hour.
4. When the hour is up, melt the almond bark using the directions on the package.
5. Using toothpicks, dip half of the balls into the white almond bark and half into the chocolate.
6. Let set up on waxed paper (about 15 minutes).
7. Drizzle melted almond bark to decorate.
8. We put them back in the fridge until we were ready to take them.

Very rich, and very tasty!

1 comment:

Essie the Accidental Mommy said...

GUH!!!! That looks so GOOD!

I heard on the news that Wal Mart is going to healthy-up their food and is going to pressure other companies to do so as well. In the video, the newscaster was holding up a bag of Oreo's!