Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Vanilla Oreo Truffles

I made these Oreo Truffles a couple of weeks ago for my friend Bekka's birthday party and they were a huge hit!  Everyone commented on how yummy they were. They are so easy to make and look really pretty on a dessert buffet.  I decided to put mine in these adorable mini cupcake liners I bought from Bake It Pretty.  Amanda has the cutest baking supplies ~ you should check out her site.

Vanilla Oreo Truffles

1 pkg. Golden Oreos
1 - 8 oz. pkg. cream cheese, softened
White or Milk Chocolate for dipping

Crush Oreos in a food processor.  Add cream cheese and mix until a dough forms.
Roll into balls and freeze for about 15 minutes.
Dip in melted chocolate & decorate as desired. I keep mine in the freezer until I am ready to use them.
Remove from freezer at least one hour before serving.


34 comments:

  1. Wow! yours look so pretty! I have never tried the vanilla version before, but I do LOVE the chocolate ones. Yum!

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  2. These are adorable! I can see how everyone just loved these! Love the liners!

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  3. I've never thought to try them with golden oreos. What a great idea for those who are not fans of chocolate!

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  4. So cute! I've never tried the golden oreo/white chocolate combo. I'll bet they were delicious!

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  5. They sound wicked good, I don't think I've seen truffles made with cream cheese before.

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  6. Ok, think I love you and your mixer. I'm going to do some snooping and get inspired to use mine! xoxo

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  7. I think "Minnie" (my pink Kitchen-Aid mixer) and I will be whipping these up VERY soon!!! How pretty!!!!!!!

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  8. So do you serve them frozen? Or do you have to thaw them before serving?

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  9. LMcBurney ~ You don't serve them frozen, they just keep better that way until you are ready to serve them. Remove them from the freezer at least one hour before serving. Enjoy!

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  10. How precious! I've tried a similar recipe using regular Oreos and milk chocolate, but they look much cuter in white and pink! I also love the polka-dot cups... where did you find those?

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  11. These are sooooo adorable! I LOVE them!

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  12. They're so pretty lookin'! Thanks for the dessert table suggestion. I'm lookin for idea for one. I'm doing a dessert table for my brother's wedding reception, congrats party.
    ~ingrid

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  13. This is one of my all time FAVORITE tdesserts to make! They are always a huge hit. I always use the chocolate oreos, but I'm dying to try it with the Goldens. Yumm, yumm!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and saying hi!

    ~Amanda

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  14. these look amazing! can't wait to try them out. keep up the good work :-)

    www.rahouck.blogspot.com

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  15. Oh your truffles look so girlie and pretty! I just made some last week and did not dip them as well as you did- they were yummy but not near as pretty. Awesome job!

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  16. Oh my! These would be dangerous for my backside, lol! I might have to try them for a special occasion.

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  17. Oh my word! Those look amazing

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  18. These are adorable! I will have to try these.

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  19. They are beautiful! :) Love the pink sprinkles. Thanks for the visit. :)

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  20. these looks so much better then my attempt at cake balls... and who doesnt like oreos?!

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  21. Oh my goodness! These look incredible!

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  22. i usually make the "original" oreo truffles during christmas. I am loving the white/vanilla version! So pretty with the pink sprinkles. Might have to give these a try :)

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  23. They look delicious! Love the pink polkadot liners :)

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  24. These look awesome! What a cute blog, looking forward to checking it out further. I just made some banana pudding....perhaps I just need to have a full baking day!
    www.savingmoneylivinglife.com

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  25. Hi..I’m Barb from Tatertots & Jello Friday's..Those Truffles are just goreous & you have a delicious & beautiful blog. My favorite color is pink so I sure love your mixer too! I am your newest Follower!! I'm new to this but have found such wonderful people doing these parties & link ups. I wish the rest of the world could be as uplifting & supportive to each other as I have experienced here. I hope you will pop over to see my blog
    @ santasgiftshoppe.blogspot.com
    & get inspired for your family/home & that you will become a follower of mine too.
    Happy Easter!! Barb
    P.S. Hope to have my own link party April 12th “My Creative Space Monday” @ santasgiftshoppe.blogspot.com
    …..I’d love you will join up, too.

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  26. I just came over from Tatertot'S Weekend Wrap Up. These are so cute I can't wait to try them.

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  27. I recently made the "original" version of these (http://feathersinournest.blogspot.com/2010/03/oreo-truffles.html), but I just LOVE how "springy" these are! I bet they taste just as yummy as they look!

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  28. These look delicious! Why does it have to getting so close to swimsuit season???

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  29. Yum, yum, yum! I've had the chocolate but what an awesome idea to use the golden! And the cups are so cute.

    I won a KitchenAid in a I Can't Believe It's Not Butter Contest (I'm lucky like that, hence the theme of my blog, to share good luck!) but mine's not pink. But still awesome.

    Oops, forgot to say I'm boppin' by from Friday Follow. I hope you'll come over and visit and decide to follow me back.

    Kelly
    http://KellysLuckyYou.blogspot.com

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  30. Love them! I can't believe it's that easy!!

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  31. Question. . .I made these for my Mom for Mother's Day, and they were delicious. . .but really ugly. Is there a trick to getting the chocolate on there smoothly?

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  32. Sarah ~ I use a Wilton candy dipping tool to dip them in the melted chocolate. You can get one in the baking section at Michael's. Also make sure you have enough melted chocolate in your bowl so that the truffles are completely covered. Hope this helps :)

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  33. I have to make these! In fact, I think I'll make them for my husband's birthday in 2 weeks!

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