Oreo Truffles

14 10 2008

I’ll admit it…I rushed myself into making oreo truffles, so they aren’t the prettiest. However, the taste makes up for it BIG TIME!

I found this idea originally in Beantown Baker’s blog, and I love that this is non-perishable!

I can’t wait to make these around the holidays with my new candy dipper set too…

All you need are:

1 package oreos
14 oz. condensed milk
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
Almond bark or melting chocolate

First, crush the oreos in a ziploc bag or a food processor.

Then, add the condensed milk and mix together.

Form into small balls and place in the freezer to set for about half an hour. In the meantime, prepare your melting chocolates according to the package instructions in the microwave or double boiler. Then, dip the balls in chocolate (I used toothpicks to hold the balls in the chocolate) and allow to cool on parchment or mini candy cups. 🙂




5 responses

14 10 2008

I have made these w/cream cheese instead of sweetened condensed milk…I really want to try these, the mess w/cream cheese was horrible and this looks a bit worse but dang…they were good….the mint ones over the holidays were really good.

9 12 2008

These look great! Can’t wait to make them!!

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