Oreo Truffles

I have been planning to make Oreo Truffles for quite some time. Who doesn’t like Oreo biscuits? And if they are coated with chocolate? hmm… very hard to resist. But all the recipe I found on net used cream cheese. Now my husband is not that big a fan of cream cheese so I was looking for another option. I have replaced cream cheese with regular cream in this recipe and truffles came out really good. These are really easy to make and can be made in large batches. The recipe does not require much effort though it needs some setting time. A must try recipe for all Oreo and chocolate lovers (I think that covers everyone)

Oreo Truffles
Adapted from: The Capitol Baker
makes around 8 Oreo truffles

1 pkt. (around 12) Oreo biscuits
2 tbsp fresh cream
1 tbsp sugar
150 gms of white chocolate or regular chocolate for coating

To make Oreo Tru

These are really simple to make. Pulse Oreo cookies (including their cream filling) in a blender or food processor until they are crushed completely. Pour crushed cookies into a bowl and mix with cream and sugar. Use your hands to make soft dough. Put the dough in fridge for 30 minutes for dough to firm up. Roll the dough into balls. While rolling if you feel dough is still soft put it back in fridge for some more time. Place balls on a foil paper or wax paper lined baking sheet and put them back in fridge for 1 hour.
Melt chocolate in a microwave safe bowl. Heat the chocolate in 30 second interval and stir in between to avoid lumps. Keep it aside for 1 minute. Dip each ball in the melted chocolate to coat .Place them back on the sheet and refrigerate again until they are firm. These are best when chilled.

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19 Responses to Oreo Truffles

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  2. Sejal says:

    Hii Nidhi,
    I tried this and gifted my brothers for Rakhi instead of sweets … and I just couldnt believe that this can turn out this yummy!!!! Every one loved it sooo much (including oldies and kids) and were not satisfied even after eating no. of it 🙂

    Just loved your blog!!! Great you thought of sharing such yummy reciepes for foodies like us… and best part is… its quick and doesnt need too much efforts 🙂

    Thanks once again!!!

  3. Ritu Rungta says:

    Hi… I made this today and gave to my frnds saying I bought from Cookie jar and all my frnds easily believed..
    It was really very tasty..
    Looking for more tasty dishes from you…. Good luck..

  4. enzrieth says:

    What brand of cream did you use? Is all-purpose cream like nestle brand is a good to go? Please answer. Thanks! 🙂

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  10. poonam says:

    Nidhi, this has to be featured on my next blog post, on simple yummilicious party foods for kids, loved your blog and everything about it!

  11. poonam says:

    Nidhi, this I am going to feature on my upcoming post on party foods for kiddies! Loved your blog, and everything about it!

  12. WOW I wouldn’t trust myself not to eat the whole plate full!

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