I have been wanting to make a blogpost about these Oreo Chocolate Truffles for a very long time.

Opportunity knocked the door when I made them for the New Years party, but there were none left to take photos of.  Yes they are that delicious and combined with how easy they are to make you have no excuse not to try them for yourself today. Scroll down for the recipe!

Ingredients


2 packets of Oreo cookies ( 28 cookies ) 

1 pack of Philadelphia cream cheese (200gr)

250gr good quality milk chocolate

Preparation

Grind the cookies to a  soft powder using a blender.

Combine the cookie powder and the cream cheese in a bowl and mix until they unify completely. 

Line a few plates with parchment.

Roll into small balls and place them on the lined plates.

Place them in your freezer for at least 30min.
( This will help when you need to coat them with chocolate. If it takes you too much time to coat them only remove a few each time from the freezer )

Melt the chocolate in a double boiler until smooth.

 Slip a fork under the balls and dip them one by one, shake to remove any excess chocolate and place them on the same plates you are taking them from.
( When you dip them they need to be submerged into the chocolate completely. When you rise them with the fork the top and sides will be completely smooth as long as the ball was frozen and the chocolate was runny. Keep the chocolate runny at all times and rotate the balls from the freezer in small batches )

 Once the plate is full return to the freezer for 60min.

When the chocolate has hardened you can store the truffles in any container of your choice in the refrigerator.

Thank you ms_lillemy for introducing me to these amazing truffles!

Hope you enjoy them!

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6 Comments

  1. Histamin and other food stories
    January 15, 2014 / 12:06 pm

    wow, these look amazing! love your pictures!xlaura&nora

    • Katerina
      January 15, 2014 / 12:32 pm

      Thank you you are very kind 🙂 Your photos are also so lovely I love the dark theme they have!*hugs*

  2. @ms_lillemy
    January 20, 2014 / 11:02 pm

    Thank you for the credit on these truffles!! They are really goodHappy to hear that you like them!

    • Katerina
      January 21, 2014 / 12:02 pm

      Oh you're welcome! Thank you for the inspiration! ♥*Hugs*

  3. Chelle
    February 19, 2014 / 6:23 pm

    YUM! I SO want to make these for March Bunco. Can you tell me how "soon" I could make these w/o them going "bad"? HaHaHaHa!!!! Yeah right! Bad! Anyhoo, I don't want to be mixing/making on Bunco day as I will be @ the home of the Hostess helping her. Thanks in advance!! kweenbee_612@yahoo.com

    • Katerina
      February 19, 2014 / 8:30 pm

      You can make them several days before although the best will be the previous or the day before that. So if you make them 2 days ahead they will still be perfect everyone will think you made them the same day. The only word of advice I can give you is don't take them in and out of the fridge often. When you make them and finally put them in the fridge then only take them out when you want to serve them or else the chocolate on the top will get sweat drops and if you put them back into the fridge after that they will get sticky. I only take out as many as we are about to eat and the rest are amazing for several days!Hope you have a great party! :)*hugs*

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