Your family is going to love these Christmas Oreo Cookie Truffles and you are going to love how easy they are to make...only 3 ingredients, well four if you count the fun sprinkles used to decorate.
Do you do a lot of Christmas baking for your family? I have when the kids were younger, but now I only bake a few recipes to use for our holiday entertaining.
But I think it's time I start posting some delicious recipes we all can use this Christmas season. And you are going to love this recipe for Christmas Oreo Cookie Truffles that only useS three ingredients...well four, if you count the colorful Christmas sprinkles used to decorate.
This recipe for truffles is so easy. You can let the kids help you...especially if you don't have a food processor. They'll love crushing the cookies in a plastic bag with a rolling pin. If they're really little, you can give them a measuring cup that's more easier for little hands to handle.
These Oreo Cookie Truffles can be made all year long. Just change the colored sprinkles for the season or holiday you're celebrating. You can even reserve a little of the cookie crumbs to sprinkle on top of the truffles after they have been dipped in the melted chocolate. Or use chocolate flavored sprinkles. Even finely crushed nuts or finely shredded coconut works!
Christmas Oreo Cookie Truffles
...only 3 ingredients needed for a yummy treat!
Ingredients needed for the truffles include chocolate chips, crushed Oreo cookies, softened cream cheese and your choice of Christmas sprinkles.
After you have the crushed Oreo cookies combined with the cream cheese, roll out the dough into balls. A small cookie scoop works great to make sure you get the same sized balls.
You should get anywhere from 35 to 40 one inch sized balls.
After the cookie balls have been refrigerated for an hour, dip them into the melted chocolate. You can use two spoons or you can use toothpicks to help. Even a fork works!
Add the colorful sprinkles right away and then return the tray back to the refrigerator for the chocolate to harden.
Serve once the chocolate has hardened. You can easily package these up and give as gifts to the school teachers or your neighbors. Or leave a plate out for Santa on Christmas Eve.
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