Oreo Truffles (none bake)

My first blog recipe YAY! I’m doing dessert first since I have the biggest sweet tooth. This recipe I got through my friend that baked it back from our ‘Friendsgiving.’ I didn’t realize it was so easy until he gave me the link to the Pinterest he got it off of. These are perfect for a last minute dessert to bring to a party! This is how I made mine…



  • 1 bar of Cream Cheese
  • 1 package of Oreos 
  • Almond bar (white, milk, or dark chocolate)

Makes about 25-35 pieces (depending how big you make the balls)


  • 2 Bowls (1 bake safe)
  • Food Processor/Blender 
  • Baking Spatula 
  • Your Hands!/electric mixer (optional)
  • Baking pan
  • Wax/parchment paper
  • Pot (to use to steam)/microwave
  1. Get your Oreos and put them in the food processor or blender. Have them all crushed. {If you don’t have any of these, like we didn’t during the holidays. You can put them all in a big Ziplock bag and crush them by hand. It will take some time doing it this way. You need the Oreos as fine as you can.} After they are crushed put them in a bowl.
  2. Take the cream cheese and add it in the bowl of processed Oreos. Then mix the cream cheese and Oreos well. {You can use your hands like I did. But if you don’t want them to get messy or have the mixture under your nails. You can use an electric mixer or baking spatula.}
  3. Take your baking pan and put parchment paper on top (so the truffles don’t stick). Once you have mixed them well. Take a small piece of the truffle, and start rolling them into a ball (the size will determine how many you make in the end). During this time (if you’re a multitasker like me), take half of your Almond bar and start chopping them into smaller pieces. {Putting big bars to try and melt will take a much longer time, the smaller the better}. There are 2 ways to melt chocolate: putting it in the microwave and melting them or taking a pot add some water and using a bake safe bowl to put on top to melt the chocolate (steaming). Steaming, is a less chance of burning the chocolate and drying them out like a microwave would. {Make sure you are watching and constantly mixing your chocolate and putting in low temperature to avoid burning}
  4. Once you have made all your truffles. Dip them in the chocolate. {You can take it out of the pot (be careful, hot) or leave it in like I did}. I used a spoon to dunk the Oreos truffles in and take them out to prevent the chocolate to stick to fingers. After you dip them, put them back on the parchment paper.IMG_6609
  5. Put it in the freezer for 30mins-1hr (for best results). IMG_6610.jpg
  6. Enjoy your Oreo Truffles!!!!IMG_6614

Happy baking,



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