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Easy OREO Truffles for Kids

Posted by  ·  November 17, 2009  ·  Last Updated: November 17, 2009

This week I am going to highlight some yummy gifts.

We are extra lucky to have Sandy, from the Reluctant Entertainer,   here  sharing a delicious recipe for Oreo Truffles. You will want to check out her new site.  It has been totally re-done and looks fabulous. Also, if you are a subscriber or want to subscribe she has a new feed.

Sandy writes….

I Love Oreo Truffles. They’re so easy for kids to get into the kitchen and to help make!

Kids can use their own creativity by adding different flavors and decorations – to make their very own truffles! My daughter, Abby, just whipped up a batch this past weekend and had a ball decorating them herself. I think she has the recipe memorized now!

Remember it’s not about perfection

I didn’t stand over my daughter making sure these truffles turned out perfectly round, or that they were dipped exactly right. She had success in making them her own, and I will say it got a little messy!

What a delicious tasty treat to give away to teachers, grandparents or even neighbors!

OREO Truffles

18 oz. package of OREO Cookies

8 oz. package of Cream Cheese, softened

16 oz. Semi-Sweet Baking Chocolate, melted

(I doubled the recipe using ½ fat-free and ½ regular cream cheese. I also used dark chocolate, which I bought in the bulk section at Winco grocery store.)

Mix cream cheese and crushed (fine crumbs) Oreo cookies together

Roll dough into 1 inch balls, putting on wax or parchment paper

Refrigerate for 30 minutes

Dip balls, using toothpicks or a spoon, into melted chocolate (use double broiler or microwave on 50%)

Refrigerate another 30 minutes until chocolate hardens

Anyway we can help our kids to be successful in giving it is encouraged in my home – and it usually is centered on food!

Decorate and Devour! Or package them up and give them away!

You might be interested in these other edible gifts ideas.

Leave a Comment


  1. dancer
    Wednesday, December 4th, 2013
    i havent made these yet, but im making them 4 school. my friend made them 4 my family and i felt like i was in heaven when i 8 them! im just wondering how many truffles this recipe makes.
  2. Vanessa Ortiz
    Tuesday, November 29th, 2011
    I tried chocolate covered oreos last year for Christmas, and i think i'll try these this year. I'm also thinking... mint Oreos would be so good in this recipe too!
  3. Christina Reed
    Tuesday, October 19th, 2010
    My family and I love these. I have even made them to take to Church meals. If we have any leftovers to take home, there isn't much!
  4. Tammie
    Thursday, August 19th, 2010
    My daughter made these for her sisters bridal shower and they were a very big hit. Love them
  5. Grace
    Sunday, January 31st, 2010
    These were a hit, especially with my mom & brother.
    Thank you for sharing, (:
  6. suzanne
    Thursday, December 10th, 2009
    I made these with my four-year-old daughter and almost three-year-old son. It was so fun and easy! My son only wanted to pour sprinkles on them but we were all together and that made the truffles even more delicious! I even served them to my book club this month and they were a hit!
  7. Kat
    Thursday, December 3rd, 2009
    Hmm... so, anyone know if we are supposed to leave the white cream part of the oreo in the truffles?
    • Thursday, December 3rd, 2009
      Yes, leave the white cream in the oreo. All you need to do is crush them up!
  8. KLM
    Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
    My girlfriend made these for my daughter's birthday and the young teenage girls loved them - used white chocolate (candy) coating drizzled with dark chocolate and they were lovely and sweet!
  9. April H
    Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
    That is totally not a stupid question because I was wondering the same thing!
  10. Julie
    Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
    stupid question - but when you crush the oreo cookies, do you use the entire oreo, or scape off the white yummy centers and use only the chocolate cookie part???
  11. Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
    these are some of our absolute favorites! never thought of letting my girls help either - great idea! thanks for reminding me of this yummy treat!
  12. Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
    I have been meaning to make those for a while. My kids would love it!

  13. Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
    My hubby made these last year and they were awesome!!! I give this 5 stars!
  14. Aimee
    Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
    These sound really good. I know my girls will have a ball making them.
  15. Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
    i make these every xmas. they are so easy and so yummy. its always a hit!
  16. Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
    I love making these - they are so easy and yummy. Thanks for the great ideas to get the kids involved.
  17. Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
    These are some of my favorite treats to eat, but I've never thought about letting the kids help. Maybe this year I'll see if they want to decorate them for me!
  18. Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
    These spell 'Christmas' treats'!!!!
  19. Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
    This is one of my favorite little treats, and so fun to have kids help with!
  20. Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
    Yummy! I love making Oreo Truffles, but instead of covering them in chocolate or dark chocolate, I use white chocolate or candy coating. They are so rich, but people love them!