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Oreo Balls

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Rating: 5/5 5 stars
19 reviews
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ready in: 1-2 hrs
serves/makes:   25
  

recipe id: 887
cook method: stovetop
Oreo Balls Recipe
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ingredients

1 package Oreo cookies, crushed
8 ounces cream cheese, softened
1 package white almond bark
1 package chocolate almond bark

directions

Using a blender or hand held mixer, mix Oreos and cream cheese together. Roll into walnut size balls. Chill for an hour.

Melt approximately 3/4 package of white almond bark. Stick a toothpick in an Oreo ball and dip it in the melted white almond bark. Allow to harden on wax paper. Takes about 15 minutes.

While waiting, melt about 1/4 package of chocolate almond bark. When Oreo balls are no longer sticky to the touch, decorate with drizzles of chocolate and white almond bark.

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nutrition

197 calories, 13 grams fat, 20 grams carbohydrates, 2 grams protein per serving. This recipe is low in sodium.
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HUGE hit!So easy to make (gone in seconds)


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Just made these for our office Halloween party tomorrow using orange colored bark and they are wonderful! I am thinking of running to the store to get more ingredients so I can make a second batch because I am POSITIVE these are going to fly off the plate once word gets out how yummy they are!


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These are sort of the predecessor to cake balls that became so popular for a while. I've been making these for years. Always a favorite.


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Nov 21, 2009





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The BEST!!!! Super easy to make and it really doesn't take that much time. Both choc. and white choc. are delicious!!Jon-Jon LOVES them the most!!!!


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I love the Oreo Balls. Can I use a different cookie for this recipe?

CDKitchen I would think you could use another flavor of cream-filled sandwich cookie. I think to get the same consistency though, it has to be something with a similar cream filling. If you try something different let us know how it turns out!


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These are wonderful! I pass them out for Christmas and seems like everyone is really excited to receive them. As far as the almond bark, I think it comes in a 20 oz package and you'll only use 1/2 of it. Last time I made these, I used a small package of Baker's (?) white baking chocolate which worked out just as well.


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This is a great dessert. My children always request this first when asked what holiday treats they want me to fix. They are a hit every time.


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Jul 22, 2007





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Thanks so much for sharing this recipe with us. I made it last night to go on my Christmas plates I give out, and I must tell you, it is just about the easiest and most delicious thing I've tasted in a very long time. Thanks again for the yummie. Candykisses


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this is the easiest recipe ever! these oreo balls are good cold, but i've never had them melt before. if you can't find almond bark chocolate chips work fine, too. i think everyone should try this recipe!


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I've made these often! They are great for parties w/ a color theme, just color the almond bark that is drizzled on. I did this for my friend's bridal shower - the teal colored drizzled onto the white almond bark looked amazing. Then - you bite into it and find the beautiful black filling! My friends still talk about it.


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This is the easiest recipe that I have ever made. Every person that has ever tried them, loved them. They are addictive, it is hard to only eat one or two. They are an excellent finger food


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Sep 11, 2007





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These are WONDERFUL!! I made them for a "goodie basket" of baked goods for all the neighbors last Christmas. They all went on about how wonderful they are!!!!


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Sep 11, 2007


Babycakes1964

COMMENT:
If you will put the rolled balls into the fridge for about 10-45 minutes first.....they dip in the chocolate easier. Or...as others have suggested freeze them first.


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I'm wondering what sized packages, too. I have 20 oz packages of almond bark, and it looks like a huge amount.


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Guest Foodie

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What does one "package" mean? What size package?


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These are wonderful! Always a hit on the holidays or any special event. We don't use the white almond bark only the chocolate. We freeze before dipping them as they tend not to "melt" as quickly then.


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These are wonderful, I make them every Christmas! If you can't find "almond bark," look for vanilla (white) and chocolate candy coating. It's the same thing.


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This recipe is easy and my husband requests it every holiday season!

Lots of fun!!


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Keep the mixture cold - it is very messy as it comes to room temp. Use a plastic picnic ketchup bottle to drizzle the almond bark. My family prefers them dipped in the chocolate bark and drizzled with the vanilla...another option. Freeze them and they travel very well - longer distances in a cooler. Always a hit!


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I don't know where to find "bark" but I've used chocolate chips and they work well!


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Where do you get the almond bark? I can't find it in any of my local grocery stores.


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The Oreo Ball recipes is
time consumming but well worth it. because they are
awsome and my family and friend really enjoyed them