Thursday, December 31, 2009

Oreo Balls

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1 package oreos (I use mint oreos)
1 8 oz package of cream cheese
1 package of white chocolate or almond bark

If you have a food processor, dump the oreos in and pulse them until they are sandy. Then add the cream cheese and pulse until it forms a ball.

If you don't have a food processor, what I've done in the past is double up 2 ziplocks and pound the oreos with a meat mallet until sandy. Then, just mix in a bowl or a stand mixer with the cream cheese.

Form into quarter sized balls and place on a baking sheet lined with parchment (make sure it will fit into your fridge). Once they are all formed, let them set up in the fridge for several hours.

Then melt your chocolate or almond bark in a microwave or over a double boiler. I prefer a double boiler and I add about a teaspoon of vegetable oil if I'm using plain white chocolate. Let the chocolate cool a little bit then dip the oreo balls in it and place them back on the parchment and then back into the fridge until they set up! Enjoy!

One batch will make about 60.


  1. I think you left out part of the recipe b/c it says nothing about when to dip in the Almond Bark. I am a little ditzy when it comes to baking so I'm not sure...would I dip them after they chill? Then put back in fridge?

  2. Yes, sorry! Dip them after they've chilled!

  3. These were so good and a very big hit this Christmas!!!