Chocolate Oreo Truffles

Updated: May 8, 2020

The Easiest truffles you will ever make. Disclaimer- this is something that has existed on the internet for quite some time and I did not create this recipe.

Total time to assemble depends on how Oreo's are crushed and the coating chosen.


· 1 Regular Size Package of Oreo's

· 1 8 oz Package of Cream Cheese

· Cocoa Powder or Semisweet Chocolate for coating


1. Crush up the Oreo's (either in a food processor or put in a gallon Ziploc bag and crush with something heavy into fine crushed bits)

2. Add in entire package of cream cheese into the crushed Oreo's. Mix the cream cheese with the Oreo crumbles. The best way to do that is with your hand in a squeeze/squish way.

3. Once the mixture is a light chocolate color and well mixed set aside. To shape into balls the best way to avoid sticky hands is to dip your hands in water to grab the dough to roll into a ball. Put the rolled balls on a plate or tray and put in the fridge/freezer until they harden more so that when you add the chocolate coating the truffle doesn’t fall apart or melt in your hand.

4. If you choose the cocoa powder coating all you need to do is roll the chilled balls of the dough into a bowl filled with the unsweetened cocoa powder and then set the coated balls on some parchment paper or directly into container of choice.

a. If you choose the semisweet chocolate covering all you need to do is melt the semisweet chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl in the microwave in 20 second intervals. After each 20 seconds stir the chocolate to avoid melting. It should only take 3 or 4 20 second intervals. For the best results make sure to keep the chocolate warm and melted while covering the dough balls. You will need to reheat more often than you realize, if not the balls will start to fall apart as you are trying to cover them in chocolate. Once they are covered, place on a parchment paper or plate until the chocolate hardens.

b. If you want to add nuts or shredded coconut do so right after you cover them in chocolate before setting out on the parchment paper.

5. To store place on parchment paper in a container in the fridge. Store in fridge.


If you would like to watch the video of me making this dessert you can see it in the fast dessert tab on my Instagram stories. If you have questions or would like to ask me about things regarding the recipe, please message me on Instagram 😊.

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