Oreo Truffles – No bake truffles made from oreos and topped with white chocolate and a drizzle of chocolate! These truffles are perfect for the holidays or as a dessert for any party!
Oreo truffles are one of those desserts that is a must on my holiday baking list every year. Since they are 3-4 ingredients (depending on if you want the chocolate drizzle or not) and no bake, they are about the easiest thing to make. I think that something about turning an oreo (which is already delicious) into a truffle makes it taste even more incredible. Now personally, I coat the truffles in white chocolate because I think it looks more like a classic oreo but you are totally welcome to coat them with chocolate instead or do a mix of some with white chocolate and some with normal chocolate. You can’t go wrong with these truffles!
Common Questions About Making Oreo Truffles
What are oreos?
Oreos are a sandwich cookie made from two chocolate wafers with a creme filling in between.
Can I use chocolate instead of white chocolate?
You sure can! You could also roll them in a mix of chocolate and white chocolate or even just drizzle them with chocolate.
Can I freeze the truffles?
Yes, freezing the truffles until you are ready to serve them works great.
What can I decorate oreo truffles with?
Sprinkles or a drizzle of a fun color of candy melts or chocolate are my favorite ways to decorate oreo truffles but additionally, you could always just leave them plain too!
Can I use golden oreos instead of oreos?
You sure can! Any type of oreo will work in this recipe whether they are golden oreos, red velvet oreos, birthday cake oreos, etc. Click HERE for my golden oreo truffle recipe.
What should I do if my truffle filling isn’t forming together?
If your truffles filling (red velvet cake and cream cheese) is loose and isn’t forming into balls, try adding a bit more cream cheese and blending again. That helps them form together more.
Do you remove the cream when making oreo truffles?
No, leave the cream in those oreos and blend them up! They wouldn’t be oreos without the cream!
Can you use a blender to make oreo truffles?
Yes! I think that a blender would work pretty much just as well as a food processor.
Looking for more truffle recipes? Check these out!
- Snickerdoodle Cookie Balls
- Fluffernutter Truffles
- Nutter Butter Truffles
- Gingerbread Cookie Truffles
- Sugar Cookie Truffles
- Mocha Truffles
- Golden Oreo Truffles
- Eggnog Cookie Truffles
- Red Velvet Cake Truffles
- 1 package of Oreos
- 8 ounces cream cheese
- 12 ounces white chocolate morsels (or almond bark, chocolate chips, etc)
- 4 ounces chocolate chips
- In a food processor, blend oreos until they are fine crumbs. Add in cream cheese and process again until they are fully combined.
- Using a 1" cookie scoop, roll out truffles into balls and place on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper. Repeat until all of the cookie mixture has been used.
- Place sheet pan in freezer for at least 30 minutes.
- Once the truffles have finished up firming in the freezer, place white chocolate in a microwave safe bowl and heat until melted.
- Roll each truffle in the white chocolate until fully coated and then transfer back to the lined sheet pan.
- In a small microwave safe bowl, heat the chocolate chips until the are melted. Transfer to a ziploc bag and snip just a little bit of the end off so you can drizzle the chocolate on top of the truffles. Repeat with remaining truffles and then place in the fridge or freezer for at least 30 minutes before serving so that the chocolate hardens.
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