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Oreo Balls: Our Favorite No-Bake Treat! December 22, 2011

Filed under: Deserts — Peaches and Pumpkins @ 9:17 am
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A friend gave me this recipe last year, and it has definitely become one of our favorite deserts. Make sure you have a little time on your hands to do this though. The recipe usually makes about 70 balls when I do it, but the size of them can vary. You can also experiment with different types of Oreos. I know the mint flavored and the peanut butter flavored are great for this recipe. These are a great, easy holiday gift I usually make..if Brandon can go without eating all of them! Enjoy!

 Oreo Balls

  • 1 Package of Bark White Chocolate
  • 1 Pack of Bark Milk Chocolate
  • 1 Package of Cream Cheese, softened
  • 1 Package of Oreo Cookies


    1. Separate the Oreo cookies, and the cream filling. Mix together the cream fillings and the softened cream cheese. Crush the Oreo cookies very fine. Slowly mix into cream cheese mixture.
    2. Line a baking sheet with wax paper. Roll Oreo mixture into one inch balls, or sized to your liking. Place on wax paper, and freeze for one hour.
    3. Melt white chocolate according to package. Using tooth picks, dip Oreo balls into chocolate, and allow to cool on the wax paper. It usually takes about 15 minutes to cool. If you find that the balls are falling apart, or the chocolate is becoming gunky: try sticking them back into the freezer for a few minutes before dipping them into the chocolate.
    4. Melt milk chocolate according to package. Drizzle over Oreo balls, and allow to cool on the wax paper.
    5. You can leave the finished Oreo balls out at room temperature, or serve them frozen.

7 Responses to “Oreo Balls: Our Favorite No-Bake Treat!”

  1. misskeith017 Says:

    The photo looks so tasty lol! I’m definitely going to try this when I get the chance. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. These sound awesome – we love Oreos in our house 🙂

  3. YUM! definitely will have to try these!

  4. Mr. Miller Says:

    The wife makes these and they’re, to use an east coast adjective, wicked awesome!

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