Homemade Oreo Truffles--Yum!

Truffles are things that you order from a magazine or buy from a very nice flower shop; so, the idea of making truffles had never entered my mind...until a recent cookie swap that my girls and I went too.

My friend Sheri P. had made truffles and while we were "Swappin'" cookies, my girls insisted that we get several of the truffles--and we did.

Sheri's truffles were yummy and my youngest daughter insisted that I ask for the recipe. In all honesty, I did not want the recipe because I just knew truffles would be too hard to make; but my daughter kept insisting.

So I asked for the recipe and Sheri's first two words were, "Too Easy." I read and reread the ingredients and how to make the truffles--I just knew Sheri had left something out---HA!

Only three ingredients folks!

Ready for the easiest truffle recipe ever, then read on...
::1 (8 oz) pack of cream cheese; at room temperature

::1 package of Oreos, crushed  (use food processor, blender (set it on the crumb setting), or crush them in a bag--must be really fine
*Mix the above two ingredients together, you can use a mixer, but we used our hands. :)
*Roll into balls, set the balls on wax paper, and refrigerate for an hour to help the balls firm up ( or you can place them in the freezer for about 30 to 45 minutes)

::1 package of Chocolate Almond bark melted (or any kind of melting chocolate will work)
**Let melted chocolate cool a little, but not harden. Dip balls into chocolate, drain excess off, set on wax paper

::Sprinkle with crushed Oreos or grated chocolate--optional

::Place balls back in refrigerator to firm up some
-Recipe yields 40-45 truffles
::Eat and enjoy

These make great homemade Christmas presents too.

Thanks Sheri P. for the recipe.

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  1. can't wait to try family loves oreo anything.thanks!

  2. my daughter in law gave me this recipe 5 years ago and its one of our favorite go to quik party or gift favors. We roll them into a ball and slightly smush onto clear plastic spoons and then dip in chocolate. We then wrap in clear or holiday printed cello and tie with pretty ribbons and name tags or thank you tags attached.Trust me you are gonna love these