No Bake Oreo Truffles

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I have been making these Oreo Truffles since Derek and I first got married.  They are SO EASY to whip up for a party or get together with friends or just to make a husband happy! (My husband’s favorite thing is Oreos)  I made a batch of these for him to take to work earlier this week.

The best part about this recipe…It only has 3 INGREDIENTS!

4.8 from 4 reviews
No Bake Oreo Truffles
 
Only 3 ingredients and they are delicious!
Recipe type: Dessert
Ingredients
  • 1 package Double Stuffed Oreos
  • 4 oz Cream Cheese, you may add up to 8 oz, I just like the consistency best with 4 oz.
  • Dipping Chocolate, almond bark is my favorite because it hardens faster and quicker and doesn't melt as easy as chocolate chips after it sets up.
Instructions
  1. Chop Oreos up finely in a food processor. Save some of the finely crushed Oreos for garnish later and set it aside. You don't need too much.
  2. With hands (or a spoon, I just think hands are faster), mash softened cream cheese and crushed Oreos until well combined.
  3. Roll into 1" balls and place on a wax covered cookie sheet. Put in freezer for 15 minutes.
  4. While balls are in freezer, melt chocolate according to directions.
  5. Pull the Oreo Truffles out of freezer, and dip into chocolate. Garnish with reserved Oreo crumbs before the chocolate sets up.
  6. Let chocolate set, refrigerate and enjoy!

Enjoy!

For those that were wondering what kind of chocolate I used, here is a picture of mine.  I used about half of the package.  I followed the microwave instructions.  I used a small but tall bal to dip them in so that the entire truffle could easily be covered and carefully lifted it out with a fork (you can use skewers as well) and tapped my fork on the side to let any excess chocolate drip off.  It is ideal to cover them with chocolate right after they have sat in the freezer for at least 15 minutes.  The cold helps the chocolate set up faster.

 


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    • Tanya

      I used two forks. Its easiest when the balls are frozen, so if you’re making a large batch don’t take them all out at once.

  1. sabri

    and i am glad u made another post…these look awesome !!! i used to make the oreo brownies for the holidays and all of my 40 neices and nephews loved them, but wait till they get their hands on these..gf..quick i need to write down this recipe..

    • Jessica Mather

      I was confused at first when I read the recipe because the white was on the outside. And I assumed that was the cream cheese.

  2. Chef in Training

    @sabri Yes, I used white chocolate for my coating, but you could also use milk chocolate too if you wanted! I have had them both ways and both taste amazing!

  3. Chef in Training

    @Jenny @ Simcoe Street That is not a dumb question at all! I just plopped the chilled Oreo ball into the bowl of white chocolate and turned it carefully with my spoon and spooned on chocolate until it was covered. Then I carefully scooped it out on top of a fork and and tapped the fork on the side of the bowl to help remove any excess chocolate then put it onto wax paper. I have also skewered it and dipped it in then tapped the skewer on the side of the bowl to remove excess chocolate as well. There are probably better ways but I am all about quick and fast! haha! I hope that helps! Let me know if you have any more questions!

  4. Katrina

    I just made these, and I think I used too thick of White Chocolate (Ghiradelli), because coating them was a chore, but they still taste FANTASTIC!

    • Danielle

      IF you are having a hard time with the melted choco because it is too thick you can use about a teaspoon of veg. oil to thin it out.. works like a charm! (just mix it right in with the melted choco)

  5. If u use regular Oreos instead of double stuff u generally need more cream cheese. :) but with that extra cream cheese in the double stuff ones u can get by with less. Love these!!!!

  6. @Anonymous Yes they do need to be covered and refrigerated after making (If not devoured right away :) )@Anonymous I used a white almond bark melting chocolate. I'll update with a picture when I return back home after the holidays@Anonymous They make quite a few. I would say about 20, give or take depending on the size you make them.

  7. Hi, I cant find your email address to email you directly, but would love to make these gorgeous truffles and post them on my blog as I am always looking for simple no bake ideas. Of course I will say the recipe comes from you and link back to your site. Can you please email me if this is ok :)leecarolineart@gmail.comThanksLee

  8. Meagan

    The only problem I had was dipping them in chocolate. It's hard to cover the entire thing with chocolate. I tried using my fingers but that didn't work out so well. Next I used toothpicks, but it was still hard to get them completely covered.

    If I didn't do it fast enough the oreo ball would just fall apart even after being in the freezer.

    Even though they weren't as pretty as these they were still pretty darn delicious!

  9. I use toothpicks to dip mine. After I roll them into a ball I stick a toothpick in the top, then put them in the freezer. After dipping gently pull the toothpick out and you have perfectly dipped balls for the nice look. For Christmas I top with crushed candy cane. Enjoy!

  10. Just made these – I used 2 packs of regular Oreos (crushed), reserved 1 cup for topping, 1.5 8 oz. packs of cream cheese, & 1.5 boxes of Baker's white chocolate bars melted. Made about 55 truffles, but the white chocolate was way too thick & sugary to completely coat each truffle IMHO (my sweet tooth husband requested less white choc). So I ended up drizzling, which was way faster & easier, & they're a huge hit!

  11. So overwhelming were the positive replies, yet, I am with the few who found the chocolate chunky and cumbersome-not looking at all like the picture; it was a huge chore to cover the cookies. Is there something I am doing wrong? I noticed nobody really addressed this issue. I used a double broiler to melt-yet it was sticky?

  12. @Anonymous I am sorry you had trouble with the dipping chocolate. I have included a picture of the kind I used as well as some tips to hopefully help them turn out better. Let me know if you have any more questions! I would love to help in any way I can!

  13. Ive been making these for years! i was so happy to see this on here..You can also use food coloring to color almond bark. ie: pink or blue for baby showers or green and red for christmas..

  14. You rock! These are so good. I only hope I can not eat them all and actually give them to my neighbors for Christmas. I will for sure make them again .. and again .. and again ;) Thank you and Merry Christmas!

  15. A friend of my made some and I fell in love right away!! I'm going to try and make some of my own this week!!! Thank you so much!!! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  16. I made these today…I used 8 oz. cream cheese, will try less next time. I used a metal skewer to dip the frozen balls into the chocolate bark but when I tried to release the skewer it took some of the icing with it. I was glad I had crushed Oreos and candy cane to cover the hole. I should have read the comments before making…next time I will try to the toothpick method. They really do taste like truffles.

  17. These are delicious! The chocolate part is a little too sweet, but I think if you just drizzled it over the top like someone else commented it will be less overwhelming.I freezered these for 15 minutes like you said and just dropped the entire ball in the melted almond bark, then scooped it up with a fork and they turned out perfectly!

  18. my 2 year old and 3 year old LOVED helping me crush the cookies. And I added a little crisco to the melted white chocolate and it thinned it out a little and made it easier to coat the truffles

  19. have been making these for several yrs my original called for the family size oreo and 8oz cream cheese.They have down sized their packking so now the 15 oz pack isn't enough, I add another half pkg of oreos

  20. This is a great recipe! Thanks for sharing! I used milk chocolate and white chocolate and added 1-2 tablespoons of vegetable oil to thin the chocolate. Doesn't change the flavor at all.

  21. I just made these tonight for my mom's birthday :) I can't wait to present them to her. I used one package of Double Stuff Oreos (I ALMOST went with the chocolate creme Oreos, as those have the same amount of creme as double stuff but are even more chocolatey yummm haha–but I decided against since I was going with chocolate coating), approximately 4 oz cream cheese (I can see why this amount is recommended, I think it was the perfect amount for the one package of Double Stuff Oreos), and I used Baker's Dipping Milk Chocolate (microwavable). My chocolate does not look as thick as the blogger's truffles look, but I think mine have a good amount. I left some plain dipped, some with a little bit of crushed Oreo on them, some with powdered sugar, and some with sprinkles from a Pillsbury Funfetti cake frosting can :) I used a thick toothpick to dip them in the chocolate, but I did not completely cover them. For my first time making them, I think they turned out pretty darn great! I made about 20 or so, ate one plain Oreo (lol), and dipped two other Oreos in the chocolate for fun! These truffles are easy and inexpensive to make and I definitely recommend them! :)

  22. I just made these this afternoon and I thought it couldn't have been easier! I used one 15.35oz package of Double Stuff Oreos, approx 6oz cream cheese (about 3/4 of the brick) and Vanilla flavored Candi-Quik. I also used a #100 cookie/ice-cream scoop (about the size of a melon-baller) to portion each one as I rolled them so they would be uniform and that yielded approximately 45 truffles. I thought the candy coating worked pretty well, it coated evenly but the shell is a bit thinner so it isn't too over-sweet (at least IMO). They look like the picture above! My husband is raving about them! Will definitely make these again and maybe with some of the variations listed in the comments above. :-)

  23. Do you think if I was to get a second box of the double stuff oreos if I was to scrape out the filling from the cookies and heat that up instead of chocolate that it would cover the truffles like the chocolate would with the same coverage and consistancy? I want to do this for my girlfriends baby shower on Sunday and die the oreo filling I would be melting blue because she is having a boy. Thoughts?

  24. They look so good, do have a question tho, I would assume you use the whole cookie, meaning the cream inside, and then cream cheese too, but in the picture you don't see any white really, thinking maybe it turns dark from the black cookie or is it I just can't see it in this picture?

  25. They do turn out mostly black inside from crushing them up really well. I just made them tonight for the first time. I used milk chocolate chips as the chocolate coating and they are to die for! What a great recipe!

  26. I have been making these for years, I remove the white center of the Oreo and use 8 oz of cream cheese. Then dip in white chocolate. I feel it's too sweet leaving the creamed filling in the Oreo the white chocolate is sweet enough

  27. Your chocolate was too hot. Try a double broiler. If you don't have one then use an electric skillet put water in it. Place a glass bowl in the center. Place your chocolate in the glass bowl keep the heat on low just enough to melt the chocolate.

  28. It really isn't chocolate at all if you read the package front …no where does it say chocolate. It is Almond bark…a candy coating. If you do want chocolate you have to buy the chocolate chips. I really don't know if there is a real white chocolate. Cocoa is brown and that is where chocolate comes from. The Cocoa bean.

  29. made these for a shower-turned out perfectly!!! a big hit! i'm making them again this weekend for a housewarming do you thinking making them on thursday night they'll still be good for Saturday afternoon?

  30. okay…reporting back! OMG!! these things are absolutely delicious. The "Candy Melts" worked perfectly. I gave one to me husband after the first couple had set up…he was speechless and then started to moan…lol….we are four for four with recipes from your site! Thankyou so much for sharing all these wonderful things with us!

  31. I freeze the batter as a whole for an hour before I roll the balls and dip into chocolate, makes it much former and easier to handle and to roll into a ball! ~brooke

  32. Dina

    These look amazing! Looking forward to making them for an upcoming event. Question….can I make the Oreo Cookie balls ahead and freeze them for a couple of weeks. Thanks!

    • Chef in Training

      No they don’t! They are really good! If you make them, let me know how they turned out for you!

  33. Angie

    Thanks so much for posting this delicious and easy recipe!
    They were a big hit with my family! Using the ingredients
    you listed I was able to get 35 truffles. Like you, I used half
    of the almond bark, 4 ounces of cream cheese and a 15 ounce
    package of Double Stuffed Oreo Cookies. I reserved a quarter
    cup of the oreo mixture for garnishing the tops of the truffles. YUM!!!

  34. Savannah Puder

    My husband is deployed in afganistan and loves oreo’s I was thinking about making these for him to send in a care package. It is summertime there do you think that the chocolate on the outside would melt? I don’t want to send it to him all melted.

  35. Maria

    Love these! Gonna use red and blue sprinkles as a garnish for the fourth :)
    I love your blog, you have a BEAUTIFUL family! keep on cooking! haha

  36. Rebecca

    Just wanted to say I love these truffles! This is my second time making them and this time it’s for adult party favors for my 2 year old son’s “bubble” themed party this weekend. I used the pastel candy melts instead of chocolate or almond bark and I didn’t garnish them so they look like little pastel bubbles in clear favor bags. So cute!! Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe!

  37. Lena

    I just made them and they came out just awesome!! Thank you somuch for the great recipe!
    I froze them before dipping them in chocolate what made it a lot easier.
    And of course they taste super yummy too!

  38. Macarena

    I have done this one today!! ummm… delicious!!! I used dark and milk chocolate for the dipping…
    My hubby loved them!!!

    Thanks for the recipie!

  39. Loves to Teach

    I just finished making these and they are wonderful! I can’t wait for my boyfriend to try them, I’m sure him and his roommates will love them. :)

  40. Love this – I have been making cake-pops with a similar recipe using Australian Tim Tam biscuits and when I saw your Oreo truffles I had to try it! The cream cheese just makes it so delish doesn’t it? Would you be okay for me to put a link to your recipe on my blog? http://littlesnowflower.blogspot.com.au/ I’m going to make them NOW yum yum yum

  41. PateelRose

    I just made these and I don’t know what some of you are talking about! These came out AMAZING! So gooood! I used the almond bark similar to what she used and it wasn’t hard at all to coat the balls. They are pretty sweet, but that’s inevitable. Still sooo good! And very pretty looking! Mine came out just like the picture :)

  42. Sam

    Lovely!!

    Made it today and was fab- would recommend smaller little balls…
    I used two forks and that did the job, they don’t look as good as yours but practice makes perfect.
    Also can’t find double stuffed Oreos but standard ones did the trick.
    I recommend highly!

  43. Chaille

    1package regular Oreos and 6 Ozs of cream cheese. And try flavored Oreos. They good too. I do these for tons of pol all the time.

  44. KYLIE AND ALLI FOREVER

    OMGZ!!!!! these are so yummy in my tummy!!!! u r AWESOME!!!!!! we are lezzies and we love this RECIPE!!! AHHHHH EVERYONE SHOULD MAKE THESE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! peace, love, and rainbows <333333

  45. hi my name is Diana i love to make desserts i may not be really good at it but i keep on trying. i love cookies especially oreo’s my favorite. this recipe looks sooo good.

  46. Tammy

    THANK YOU so much for this amazing recipe! Made them for a cookie exchange yesterday and they were a huge hit! Very easy to whip together (appreciate they are no bake) and taste absolutely scrumptious! Look forward to visiting your site often! Happy Holidays to you!

  47. Tamara

    I tried these this weekend for a cookie swap party I went to and the name ought to be ‘Dissapearing Oreo Truffles’! They were wonderful! Just to clarify, I used the Chocolate Bark candy coating.

    • Howdy!

      I found this recipe on pinterest and plan on making two versions: one with the doublestuf oreos and a dark chocolate coating; and a lemon oreo with white chocolate coating. My questions are about storing: how long can you store them and should they be kept cool?

      Thanks,
      @FoodiesMeow

  48. Rebecca Amy

    This is such an easy recipe and always a hit. My friends and co-workers curse me for making it, but can never eat just one.

  49. Katie

    Just made these today! Needed a last minute “treat” recipe and it worked perfectly! A helpful hint for us Canadian’s: the Western Family candy coating used in this recipe is only sold in the US, so I just used Hershey’s White Chocolate Chipits (melted them in the microwave) and it worked just fine. Thanks for posting!

  50. Christi

    Do you think you could freeze these? How long? We are baking a lot of our sweets for our wedding and would love these!

  51. Morgan

    I make these every year for christmas. Love them, except I take a fun “naughty turn” and usually use milk chocolate bark, then I give them as gifts and call them “reindeer poop”. I love using things like mint oreos too. Tons of different flavors depending which oreo you use.

  52. claudiane

    I really want to do this!

    Question:
    What do you do with the white cream double stuff in the middle, do you, crush it too??

  53. verena

    The picture shows the ball having oreo inside. And the instruction stated mashed the cheese and oreo together and roll it into a ball . After rolling the mashed oreo and cheese how do i have the fillings of oreo inside? Issit i need extra small pieces of oreo to place it on before rolling?? Please help / answer to my email:)

  54. Izzy

    Just to ask. When using preocessor to chop the oreos, do i have to take out the cream that’s between the biscuit or just put it altogether in the processor?

  55. Vanessa

    Hi, I just wanted to check the weight of 1 pack of Oreo..just wondering if it’s different over here in Singapore…

  56. Connie Walters

    Saw your no bake desserts on Facebook do not want to loose you will be trying the quick and easy soon, they sound wonderful. Thank you

  57. Tara

    I make a non dairy version due to husband and son having dairy allergy. Use soy cream cheese and dark chocolate (check ingredients of dark chocolate some still contain dairy). They are still delicious!!!!

  58. Elaine

    Do the truffles need to be refrigerated once the almond bark has set up? I would like to make these for a cookie exchange and the cookies would be set out for the school day! Thanks!

  59. Tyesha

    No sugar is needed in the cream cheese? I know it’s bitter by itself…the oreo cookies make the cream cheese sweet enough without the mixture being bitter?

  60. Glenn

    I also use Nutter Butter cookies in stead of Oreos it’s also good.
    You can put raspberry extract or orange extract in it to, when I do use extract I mix it with the cream cheese, it doesn’t work when you mix it with almond bark.

  61. Sandra Kelly

    These look delicious and I would like to include them in my Christmas baking. I wondered if they can be frozen if made ahead of time. Thank you for the recipe and I look forward to hearing from you. Merry Christmas to you and yours.