The Best Oreo Balls Ever


The Best Oreo Balls Ever


The Best Oreo Balls Ever
The Best Oreo Balls Ever

If you are a fan of Oreo Cookies then you will absolutely love this wonderful dessert recipe. This recipe for The Best Oreo Balls Ever is one of the best Oreo dessert recipes out there. This chocolate dessert recipe is extremely easy to make and tastes absolutely delicious. The best part is that there are only 4 ingredients in this easy truffle recipe. Top these truffles with colorful sprinkles, crushed Oreo cookies, or anything else you would like for a dessert recipe everyone will love.

Yields25 truffles

Preparation Time30 min

Chilling Time1 hr



  • 1 (8 ounce) package of cream cheese
  • 1 package of regular Oreo cookies
  • 1 package of vanilla flavored almond bark
  • 1 teaspoon of olive oil


  1. Crush one package of Oreo cookies with a rolling pin or food processor. If using a rolling pin, place the cookies inside of a gallon freezer bag, seal, then roll over until crushed. Save one tablespoon of crushed Oreo cookies to be used as garnish later.

  2. Using a mixer, mix the package of crushed Oreo cookies with the package of cream cheese until fully combined.

  3. Shape the mixture into balls by rolling it between your hands and place onto a pan covered with wax paper. You should be able to make around 25 balls.

  4. Refrigerate them for at least an hour or until firm.

  5. When the truffles are firm begin melting the package of almond bark. Add the olive oil to the almond bark after it has melted completely to keep it from burning. Mix well.

  6. Using two forks on both sides of the Oreo truffles, dip them one-by-one into the almond bark until coated completely and evenly. Place the coated truffles onto the pan and sprinkle with the Oreo garnish from step one, sprinkles, or anything else you would like. Repeat this until all Oreo truffles are coated. Place them in the refrigerator, and allow them time to dry completely before serving.

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I have made these using choc-peanut butter oreos,cream cheese and peanut butter.I coated them with peanut butter coating choclate. A huge hit

My friend made these for me and OH. MY. GOSH. DELICIOUS.

Same here, Mountaingirl!

These were delicious! A must make for anyone who loves Oreos or cake!

I loved these Oreo truffles - sweet, rich, and creamy. YUM

This was the most delicious recipe ever oh my gosh

These are also very good with melted white or milk chocolate chips! When my grandmother made them, she also added a bit of rum extract to the Oreo-cream cheese mixture for a bit of grown-up flair. You can use real rum, but you might find that the mixture becomes soupy, and you'll have to add more Oreos. Extract has a stronger flavor.

a que se refiere con un paquete de vainilla con sabor a almendra?

Hi mildaicruz, vanilla-flavored almond bark is a baking ingredient often used as candy-coating. It looks like regular white chocolate and is often sold in large packages. You can find it in your grocery store's baking aisle. Here's a link to see what it looks like: == 259199175_500X500.jpg I hope that helps!

Can I use semi-sweet morsels melted instead? I find they don't melt as quickly as the bark... What do you think?

Hi jbmdp, You can definitely use semi-sweet morsels instead. While they may not melt as quickly, they'll still do the job. If you want to try to speed up the melting process a bit, you could try putting the morsels in a microwave-safe bowl and melting them in the microwave instead. The semi-sweet morsels would really complement the Oreo balls. We hope this helps! Let us know how they turned out!

I LOVE Oreo balls. These went really fast at the office (I had two!).


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