Reindeer Oreo Truffles

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If you’ve never had an Oreo truffle, also known as Oreo balls, then you’re life isn’t quite complete yet. A whole package of Oreos, pulverized into crumbs, and mixed with cream cheese to create these dense, moist, chocolate balls of pure perfection.

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Hmmm maybe I shouldn’t have used the word “moist” and “balls” in the same sentence. Laugh all you want you perverts, but these balls will give you a serious “foodgasm”! That doesn’t sound any less perverted either I suppose…

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Let’s get our minds out of the gutter and focus on these truffles, because look at how adorable they are! Most Oreo truffles are just dipped in chocolate and that’s it (which is 100% fine and delicious!), but I wanted to do something a little more festive for the holidays.

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Oreos are kind of my weakness, especially when they get all soft and soggy after you dip them in milk; and if you know me, then you know I do not, can not , drink milk. One of three things will happen– I’ll either vomit from the taste, vomit from the lactose, or spend the next 5 hours on the toilet…

You’re welcome for that mental picture.

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But I make ONE exception to milk when it comes to eating Oreos, and that is exactly what these Oreo truffles taste like! Soft Oreos, hints of cheesecake from the cream cheese, all dipped in chocolate!!! I mean, seriously, if you don’t like these, we can’t be friends. I don’t need those kind of negative people in my life anyways…

Just kidding.

not really…

IMG_6787 IMG_6798 IMG_6800I spy a tiny hand stealing a truffle in the back of that first picture…

and trust me when I say that’s not the only one he got ahold of when I wasn’t looking…

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…and no, he didn’t get electrocuted, he woke up like this, I swear.

IMG_6793 IMG_6822 IMG_6821 IMG_6816If you don’t believe me about how good these are, just look at his face. He agrees.

 

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If you're looking for an easy, decadent Christmas treat that only requires a few ingredients and NO baking, then these are for you! Crushed Oreos, cream cheese, and melted chocolate come together to make the simplest, rich, and dense truffle you've ever had!
Reindeer Oreo Truffles
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If you're looking for an easy, decadent Christmas treat that only requires a few ingredients and NO baking, then these are for you! Crushed Oreos, cream cheese, and melted chocolate come together to make the simplest, rich, and dense truffle you've ever had!
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18-24Oreo Truffles
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Instructions
  1. Place Oreos into a food processor, and blend until finely ground. Add in the cream cheese, and pulse until evenly distributed and smooth.
  2. Line a baking pan with parchment or wax paper. Using a standard cookie scoop, portion out Oreo dough and place onto the pan. Refrigerate for 10 minutes.
  3. Place chocolate into a bowl, and microwave in 30 second increment until melted, stirring in between. Roll each portion into a round ball and dip submerge into the chocolate. Use a fork to lift out the truffle, shaking off he excess chocolate by tapping the fork on the edge of the bowl. Place truffle onto the wax paper and immediately insert 2 pretzel halves onto the tops to resemble antlers. Add on the eyes and a red M&M for the nose. If your chocolate hardens before you have time to add on the eyes and nose, just a dab on a tiny bit of melted chocolate onto the back of the candy, and place onto the truffle. Let dry until the chocolate fully hardens.
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