No Bake Chocolate Covered Oreo Cookie Balls

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Oreo Cookies ground into crumbs, mixed with cream cheese, rolled into 1” balls and dipped in milk or white chocolate. If you love Oreo Cookies you will love these.

Adapted from: Southern Living

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Break up the cookies a few at a time and put them

into a food processor, turning them into fine crumbs.

I used a blender but a food processor will work better.

Add the vanilla extract and pulse to combine.

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Place them into a large bowl.

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Cut the softened cream cheese into small

pieces and add them to the crushed cookies.

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Using a large spoon cream the cookies

and cream cheese together thoroughly.

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Cover a large baking sheet with waxed paper.

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Roll the cookie mixture into 1” balls and

place them on the waxed paper covered pan.

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Cover cookie balls with another sheet of

waxed paper and chill for one hour.

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In a double boiler melt the milk chocolate.

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Dip the cookie balls in the milk chocolate

and place them on a clean piece of waxed paper.

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Melt white chocolate in the microwave or

double boiler. Using a small spoon, drizzle

the white chocolate over the cookie balls.

No Bake Chocolate Covered Oreo Cookie Balls

  • Difficulty: Intermediate
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Ingredients

  • 16 oz. package regular Oreo cookies
  • 8 oz. cream cheese, softened
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 12 oz. milk chocolate chips
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips (optional)

Directions

  1. Break up the entire Oreo cookies into smaller pieces and place them into a food processor turning them into fine crumbs. Add the vanilla extract and pulse to combine.
  2. Place the crumbs into a large bowl.
  3. Cut the cream cheese into small pieces and add them to the crumbs. Using a large spoon cream thoroughly with the cookie crumbs. 
  4. Place waxed paper on a large baking sheet.
  5. Roll cookie mixture into 1″ balls and place them on the waxed paper keeping them apart.
  6. Cover with another sheet of waxed paper and chill for one hour.
  7. In a double boiler, melt the milk chocolate chips.
  8. Place a sheet of waxed paper on the counter.
  9. Dip the chilled Oreo cookie balls into the milk chocolate and place them onto the waxed paper on the counter.
  10. Melt the white chocolate in the double boiler. (I did mine in the microwave with 1 Tbsp. shortening.)
  11. Drizzle the white chocolate over the chocolate covered Oreo cookie balls.
  12. Store covered in the refrigerator.

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Categories: Chocolate, Cookies, Desserts

43 Comments »

    • You can make them a couple days ahead Michelle. We nibbled on them for three days (then they were gone) just make sure you refrigerate them since they have cream cheese in them. Thanks Michelle and enjoy the rest of the weekend. ❤️

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  1. Oh dear me 👀👀 … first I saw the Oreo cookies (who don’t love them!) and then that bowl of chocolate … and then I was on my way to the shop to buy Oreo cookies. What a great recipe Diane, we will definitely try this – and it will probably not last as long as yours 😁.

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  2. Wow, these look delicious! But is there anything that could substitute for the cream cheese?
    I’m having to catch up on all your recipes! This is what I get for taking time off… lol 😂
    Have a great rest of the week Diane! 💖

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