Thursday, January 13, 2011

Oreo Chocolate Truffles

So my sister introduced me to this AWESOME AMAZING FABULOUS recipe!! So I have to give all the credit to her and YES they are THAT good! I put my own little spin on it for Valentines Day but owe her total and complete props for her recipe!! Check her out at Faith Works!

What you will need:
  • 8oz Bar of Cream Cheese
  • 36 Oreos (ALMOST a whole box of Oreos)
  • Chocolate pieces
  • White chocolate pieces (red)
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Step 1:
Empty cream cheese into a bowl.
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Step 2:
Place Oreos with cream cheese.
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Step 3:
Mix together both ingredients . I first started using my hands…then realized I should have used my kitchen aid but since I already dirtied a bowl I whipped out my hand mixer and used that lol
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You might need to stop midway threw and clean out your whisks…
ps: YES everything in my kitchen is pink…I LOVE the color. It is my fave!!  And since I am making Valentines Day Oreo truffles I figured I would whip out ALL my pink utensils =)
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Step 4:
Use your hands and make round balls with your mixture. I placed them on two cookie sheets.
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Step 5:
Place in freezer for about 20min
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Step 6:
Melt chocolate. You can use a double boiler but to make it easier I melted it in the microwave. First start with your milk chocolate pieces. ( TIP: You can use ANY kind of chocolate. I love dark chocolate…but the people I am making these for prefer milk!) Place chocolate in microwave for about 30sec at a clip take out and stir. Continue until chocolate is completely melted…you don’t want to burn your chocolate.
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Step 7:
Take Oreo balls out of the freezer and place them in the milk chocolate. I used a toothpick, valentines day themed =), to pick the balls up and place in the chocolate. Dip the chocolate down and slowly lift up and place on foil.
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Step 8
Let harden! Should take no more then 5 minutes. By the time I was done with the last ball the rest were hardened!
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TIP: EVERYONE uses wax paper…I love it..and love using it...but for this I used foil and I must say it was fantastic! When I lifted up the balls they didn’t stick at all. I sometimes find when I use wax paper it tends to give me a little bit of resistance. – see no mess..and the bottom is firm and didn’t even leave a mark of chocolate on the foil!
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Step 9:
Melt red chocolate (white chocolate) the same way you did the milk chocolate.
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Step 10:
I drizzled the red chocolate over the balls.
TIP:
Get a plastic bag turn it inside out over your hand like this….
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Step 11:
Place chocolate on top of the bag..then turn the bag outside to in!
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Cut tip of bag and start drizzling!
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Step 12:
I placed the balls back in the freezer for 5-10 minutes to “flash freeze” them so that I could store them in a freezer safe container.
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This is what YOURS should look like on the outside and inside..
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A chef should always taste their finished product right?? (:

Thank you again to my sister, Stephanie (Faith Works) for her awesome Oreo truffle recipe!
Enjoy!!!
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13 comments:

Julia said...

I LOVE oreo truffles, they are one of my favorite treats and so easy! love yours with the cute pink swirls on top, adorable!

Kyra @ RACKS and Mooby said...

Oh my... those look delicious!! And so easy to make! I may have to try those for my daughters bday party coming up. What 3 yr old wouldn't like those! Thanks for sharing. :)

Bryan and Katie said...

I've never seen those! It's like a cookie twist on cake balls...yum! I suck at cake balls though...my balls always look messy and dumb!

The Preira Family said...

Thanks for the shout out :) Although...I have to say I stole the recipe from a friend. They're still amazing :)

Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

Those look amazing! :) What a neat idea to try for a Valentine's Day party. Thank you so much for sharing. :)

Sara said...

These are so yummy! I always crush my oreos in a blender. Then they are smooth.

Paula said...

These look incredibly good! I'll bet that they would be a hit at any party!

RJ @ A Life Designed said...

Those look so yum! I'm not an oreo fan, but love the finished look. Must try!

Popping over from Serenity Now {TGIF!}

Bella Michelle said...

Yum, yum double YUM!

Jennifer said...

I've had these before and they are SO good! I've been thinking about making these for my kids teachers for a little Valentine treat. I love how you embellished them in red.
Stopping by from Amanda's Weekend Bloggy Reading party...
Jenn

Debbie said...

I've heard of these but never made them! They look incredible.
Came over from Amanda's blog hop. Nice to meet you!

Stefanie said...

Yum! These look fabulous!

DWYHomemaking said...

Oreo Truffles=Delish!!! I normally make these at Christmas but, Valentine's Day would be a great excuse to make them as well :)! Love the red coloring you added. Thanks for linking up!

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