Oreo Cookie Truffles Easy to make and so good!
Peggy has been so busy making all kinds of special goodies for her guests when she has her Renewals ceremony in August this year, and here, Peggy has made some small Oreo Cookie Truffles which she plans to put in gift boxes, along with other different flavoured truffles for her guests to take home with them.
These are incredibly easy to make and oh yes...they are so creamy and delicious!
So Congratulations and we all wish you a long and happy marriage Peggy! I am sure all your guests will LOVE these truffles!
Recipe from Peggy Mitchell

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: Nil

Yield: Makes 24

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Ingredients

16 oz package of oreo cookies
8oz pkg of cream cheese
cocoa powder - for coating. About 1 Tablespoon.

Instructions

1. Crush the cookies and blend them well with the cream cheese.

2. Using a teaspoon, take a bit of the mixture out of the bowl and roll into balls. Then dip them all in cocoa powder so they are coated. Chill until ready to eat!
They are nicest when they have had a couple of hours at least to chill, even better overnight.

Simple yet Delicious!

Oreo Cookie Truffles
Prep Time
5 mins
Total Time
5 mins
 
Servings: 24
Ingredients
  • 16 oz package of oreo cookies
  • 8 oz pkg of cream cheese
  • Tablespoon cocoa powder - for coating. About 1 .
Instructions
  1. Crush the cookies and blend them well with the cream cheese.
  2. Using a teaspoon, take a bit of the mixture out of the bowl and roll into balls. Then dip them all in cocoa powder so they are coated. Chill until ready to eat!
  3. They are nicest when they have had a couple of hours at least to chill, even better overnight.
  4. Simple yet Delicious!
Oreo Cookie Truffles Easy to make and so good!

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  1. Definitely yes to a double batch! I make these all the time. The kids love them rolled in chocolate sprinkles, sometimes I crush up a peppermint bar and add it too. It’s pretty versatile, add whatever you feel like to it.