EASY Easy easy Truffles!
I've had many truffles in my day, nice and expensive ones and only okay ones, but this recipe is affordable, DELICIOUS and easy and considering that they are made from Oreos and cream cheese the taste is HIIIIIGH up there!

What you need:
1 pkg (8 oz) Philly Cream Cheese
1 (16 oz) Box of Oreos
6 Semisweet Baking Chocolate

Thats it!

What you need to do:
In a mixer, Bring together Oreos and Philly Cream Cheese.
Mix well, until smooth.

Using a cookie scoop, scoop out balls and place on wax paper. 
Now, You can leave them like this and pour chocolate over them or dip them
You can roll them even tighter to make a perfectly formed ball (I personally think it looks better this way)

Using either method you like the best dip in chocolate and place in fridge for 2 hours
(TIP: To make those 2 hours turn into 30-40 min: When melting your chocolate for dipping, add in some shortening. This will firm up the chocolate and make firming time shorter!)

 From here you can make different types of truffles! 

 From Left to Right: Peanut Truffle, Regular Chocolate Truffle, Powdered Sugar Truffle, Coconut Truffle, and Lastly the Cocoa Truffle.
 This is the Peanut Truffle. 
What I did was Mix in some coarsely chopped peanuts into the Oreo mix then dipped them. Then I finely chopped some more peanuts and sprinkled it on top of the truffle.

 This is the Coconut Truffle. 
To make it is the same concept as the Peanut Truffle. 
Course Coconut pieces inside the Truffle and fine pieces on top.

 This is the Cocoa Truffle. 
This one you DO NOT DIP! 
You drown it with cocoa powder shaking the excess off with a spoon.

 This is the Powdered Sugar Truffle. 
Same concept as the Cocoa Truffle.
Do not dip in chocolate, drown it with powdered sugar!

Super easy, Super elegant, SUPER TASTY!

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Unknown said...

I have made these before, and they are GOOD!

Kim McCallie said...

These look delicious and are always a hit! Thanks for sharing on A Well-Seasoned Life's Sweet Indulgences Sunday.

Michael said...

I love making truffles.I have an awesome chocolate almond truffle that I still have to share one day....
Thanks for posting some great recipes,

Joy @ Joy Of Desserts said...

My husband is a huge fan of truffles. Thanks for sharing your post with Monday, Mmm ... Dessert. :-)

Lisa said...

I wish I had a whole boxful of your yummy truffle variations.

Jacqueline said...

I have done these as pops before and just a few for pictures, but you make me want to do a whole box. I just posted a lemon recipe! I will join you. What time do you open your linky and is it opened Saturday night or Sunday morning? thanks for inviting me!

Unknown said...

Can I ahve one of each please?

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