Monday, January 14, 2008

Grocery item goes gourmet

Oreo Truffles made with, you guessed it… oreo cookies. They are super easy to make and even easier to eat. They are crushed oreos blended with cream cheese and then covered in white chocolate. I first tried them when a co-worker made them – even though I had the recipe myself for a while. My original plan was to take these to work tomorrow to return the favor, but they’re already half gone. I don’t know what took me so long to make these, but I’m glad I finally did. I’ll put these right up there with my red velvet cake balls.

Oreo Truffles

Here’s what the cookies should look like when crushed…

No, Not Coffee…

And, here’s what they look like before the chocolate…

Here’s the bark that I use (except imagine it in white chocolate)

Oreo Truffles

Oreo Truffles

1 package oreo cookies (divided… use cookie including the cream center)
1 8oz. package cream cheese (softened)
white chocolate bark

1. Finely crush 7 cookies in a food processor or place them in a ziploc bag and crush into a fine consistency. Reserve for later.
2. Crush remaining cookies and stir in softened cream cheese. Use the back of a large spoon to help mash the two together.
3. Roll the mixture into 1″ balls and place on wax paper covered cookie sheet.
4. Melt chocolate as directed on the package and then dip balls into chocolate, tap off extra and set aside on wax paper covered cookie sheet to dry. You can sprinkle the tops with the 7 crushed cookies for decoration. (I usually eat mine before they make it to this stage.)
5. Once dry, refrigerate and enjoy!

Makes about 36 truffles.

Notes: I used a small cookie cutter to push the mixture through for the heart shaped truffles. Also, it helps to freeze the uncoated balls for a few minutes to keep the mixture from starting to fall apart in the melted chocolate. If this becomes a problem, dip them in the chocolate, let dry and then dip again. They are also good dipped in regular milk chocolate bark. And for an extra twist, use the mint oreo sandwich cookies.

Recipe amended from Kraft Food & Family Fall 2006.

Bakerella said...

Jacob – Yes… they’re the same.

You can find other colors in vanilla flavor as well. Check out Hobby Lobby or Michaels.

Connie – They’ll taste different and have a different texture/consistency.

Both are really good in different ways. Also, I haven’t tried the frosting with the oreos.

January 6, 2009 01:24 AM
Anonymous said...

Could you use the truffle bites with a stick, like in the “pops” recipes?

January 10, 2009 10:01 PM
Bianca said...

hi bakerella,

i was thinking of making these to sell as wedding favours in my local area. the only problem is refridgeration. would you suggest putting a little disclaimer in each favour box telling guests to store uneaten truffles in the fridge? not everyone is a pig like me & might not eat them straight away. how long would these keep outside of a fridge?


January 20, 2009 12:24 AM
Bakerella said...

Anonymous – I don’t see why not.

Bianca – I’m not up on the food safety side of things. You should ask a bakery that works with cheesecakes or and such.

January 20, 2009 01:24 AM
Dana said...

Hi Bakerella! I made these oreo truffles over the weekend and got a ton of compliments! They are so good, and SO easy! Great recipe – love your site!

February 2, 2009 07:19 PM
Bakerella said...

They defintitely have a WOW factor.

February 3, 2009 05:22 AM
JOLYNN said...

anything to replace the bark?

February 7, 2009 07:41 PM
Bakerella said...

Jolynn – candy caoting, candy melts

Try Hobby Lobby, Michaels, Kroger, Wal-Mart or online.

February 8, 2009 06:56 AM
RG said...

this recipe looks awesome! i’m thinking about making them for a valentines day gift.. any ideas how to make it valentiney? I’m thinking about using Mint Oreos, and white chocolate coating, but other than cutting them into heart shaped pieces, no idea how to make it more holidayish. Any thoughts?

February 8, 2009 10:48 PM
Bakerella said...

They make pink candy melts. You could do that.

Also, take a look at this post. It's cake but you can do the oreos, too.

February 9, 2009 05:27 AM
angiefaith said...

Hii Bakerella, I just discovered your site via Cakewrecks and think this recipe is awesome! I want to try it out, but I'm not sure what cream cheese is. I'm Dutch, and we have 'roomkaas' but I'm not sure if it's the same.
Is it like the brand Philidelphia, or am I entirely on the wrong track? Also, I think the Oreo cookies may be packaged differently here, so I was wondering how many cookies did you use? And do you think I could use different cookies aswell?

Hope you don't mind all the questions. I LOVE your site!<3

February 10, 2009 09:48 PM
Anonymous said...

These are unbelievably fabulous!!! I have so many groups of people hooked on them and begging for the recipe. I am going to try the Red Velvet Cake Balls this weekend! I love this site and have learned so much from all of your pictures and details. Thank you so much!!

February 12, 2009 12:56 AM
Anonymous said...

I had trouble finding bark, partially from lack of time, so I used Nestle Premier White choc chips and melted them in 30sec intervals in my micro-cooker(product from Pampered Chef), I only did half the bag at a time so it didn’t harden. They were very tasty with the chips even. I also used two forks for dipping which made it much easier!! Thought this might help, because I have trouble seeing outside the exact ingredients or methods used in a recipe and was pleasantly surprised at how well the came out the first time.

I also made them in Mint filling with dark choc…but all I could find were the double stuff mint oreos…they were mushy, but still tasted great…maybe I will try refrigerator next time instead of trying to freeze to harden.

Thanks again for a great site!!

February 12, 2009 01:05 AM
Bakerella said...

angiefaith – I don’t remember how many were in the package. The brand is Philadelphia cream cheese and yes you can try it with other cookies. I used them with Nutter Butters, but the oreos are better.

Anonymous – good luck with them

Anonymous – With the double stuf, just take out some of the creme centers on some of the cookies before you combine.

February 12, 2009 04:29 AM
angiefaith said...

great, thank you =D

February 12, 2009 03:34 PM
lovewins88 said...

I made these last night for my fiance (an Oreo fiend). I had a little trouble with the coating, since some of it seized up due to overheating, but in the end, all was good!
I made mine heart shaped as well, and they are sooo cute! I can’t wait for my Valentine to try them.

Thanks for the recipe!

February 12, 2009 04:27 PM
Bakerella said...

angiefaith – sure.

lovewins88 – glad they were still tasty. I bet your guy will love em!

February 13, 2009 02:35 AM
Shari said...

I love your site! I made these truffles for my me and friends & roommates and they were a big hit! [I decorated mine with red sprinkles for valentine's day =)]

February 15, 2009 05:28 PM
Hoichi said...

Hi Bakerella,

I am planning on either making these or the cake balls, or both, to help out a friend for her mini-dessert reception. What do you recommend to store them for a couple of weeks? Would freezing be ok? And then should she just let them thaw before serving?
Thanks for your help!

February 20, 2009 08:37 PM
Anonymous said...

i am not sure if you will see this. i sure hope so. i am thinking about doing these for wedding favors…but in the shape of a wedding cake. i am doing a lot of DIY stuff (and making the grooms cake) so I was just curious how far a head of time you think i could make these and how you would store them. i read your thoughts on the cake balls, but i didnt know if the oreos changed anything…


February 21, 2009 01:05 AM
Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the recipe! I froze the balls before dipping, and used almond bark. The only tip I’d give is that the almond bark solidified very quickly after dipping, so be sure to sprinkle each ball right afterward.

I also bought a bag of the mint oreos, and after that I may try the peanut butter ones.

February 23, 2009 02:38 AM
Bakerella said...

Hoichi – I’ve frozen the cake pops. And they worked fine. I imagine the oreo balls would be okay as well.

Anonymous – These should last in the fridge for several days as well.

Anonymous – You are absolutely right. You’ll want to decorate them as you go.

February 23, 2009 04:21 AM
Anonymous said...

@ angiefaith I am dutch as well you need “roomkaas”their phillydelphia is different

February 24, 2009 07:18 AM
Bakerella said...

Thanks anonymous!

February 25, 2009 02:22 AM
Mathi said...

I tried this for Valentine's day this year. Not as perfect as you though!!!Do visit my website to take a peek. Thank you for the recipe & idea!!


February 27, 2009 02:49 PM
Bakerella said...

Mathi – Nice job. Love the hair.

March 1, 2009 10:46 PM
Catherine said...

These were delicious!! It’s amazing how something so simple can be transformed into something so exquisite!

March 2, 2009 12:18 AM
Lisa1219 said...

have you tried the truffles using regular old chocolate chip cookies? I’ve made the oreo truffles…. HUGE hit!!! I’m so glad I found your blog!

March 2, 2009 09:18 PM
Bakerella said...

Catherine – that’s what I love about them

Lisa1219 – not yet.

March 8, 2009 02:53 AM
Give LDS Gifts said...

Thank you for the great recipe and photos! I linked to you on Friday…

March 9, 2009 12:55 PM
Stacy said...

Could you make the cake pops using this recipe? Do you think it would be a good idea to try it? I was going to make the cake pop mini cupcakes for a baby shower and then I saw this recipe and was thinking it would be cool to use the mint oreos instead of cake since the mom to be loves mint chocolate stuff :P

March 9, 2009 09:41 PM
dessertchick said...


you’re my not-so-secret hero! I decided that journalism isn’t going to be the love of my life, so maybe a couple of years after I finish school (I’m a senior at uni), I want to open up my own cafe/bakery, and you’re my inspiration.

My friend has talked me into making her some goodies for her monthly sleep-over, and since I’m always looking for an excuse to try new recipes, I’ve decided to tackle your Oreo truffles. I’m going to hunt for chocolate bark tomorrow. Wish me luck that they turn out nicely!

I love your blog!

March 10, 2009 05:48 AM
Bakerella said...

Give LDS Gifts – cool

Stacy – yes.

dessertchick – so glad you found your true love.

March 13, 2009 08:37 PM
chocolatefool said...

Bakerella, you are a genius! I made these Oreo truffles and they turned out amazing! Thank you so much for the inspiration and idea! If you’d like to take a look, here’s the link =)

ps: it looks like you and Pioneer Woman had a blast!

March 17, 2009 06:04 AM
Bakerella said...

chocolatefool – you did an amazing job!

March 18, 2009 02:51 AM
HeatherNC said...

A friend of mine told me about this recipe years ago. I make it all the time. I use semi-sweet chips and a tsp of vegetable shortening and melt my chocolate in the microwave, 30 seconds at a time.

Also, I’ve started making some variations, adding raspberry, hazelnut and mint extracts to the oreo mixture. DELISH! Brand new reader by the way. :)

March 31, 2009 03:29 PM
Bakerella said...

I bet the raspberry ones are delish.

Welcome to the site.

April 1, 2009 02:17 AM
Rumela said...

Wow!those Oreo cookie truffle look great .. crisp, rich in flavor and taste. I am going to bake it tonight for my children. I’m sure it’ll be a big hit with the kids!

April 3, 2009 07:56 AM
Cheryl said...

These look great; however I’m in the minority of people who don’t like cream cheese. I know it’s crazy but it grosses me out. What else could you use to make these? Any ideas?

April 3, 2009 11:53 PM
Bakerella said...

Cheryl, you could try vanilla frosting I guess, I’m just not sure what the consistency would be like. You would probably need a lot less than what is used for the cake pops.

April 7, 2009 02:16 AM
Cheryl said...

I think the frosting might end up being too sweet (is that possible?). I actually ended up using a yogurt substitute. I drained the yogurt overnight to get most of the liquid out and then beat it with 3 tbsp of butter and 3 tbsp of powdered sugar to get the consistency of cream cheese and they turned out beautifully.

April 7, 2009 05:04 AM
joanne wardle said...

thank you so much for being such an inspiration
we made oreo truffles today.
oreo truffles

April 7, 2009 02:34 PM
Jena said...

Thank you so much for posting this recipe! Everyone I know loves them! I’ve made them two times now and I still can’t believe how easy they are!

April 7, 2009 10:21 PM
Bakerella said...

cheryl – Glad to hear the yogurt worked for you.

joanne & jena – you're most welcome.

April 10, 2009 03:24 PM
Mary said...

These are to-die-for-good. A friend of mine made them, YUMMY!!! My daughter & I will be making these tomorrow.

April 12, 2009 01:11 AM
Sophie C. said...

I’m in the UK, and oreos are available, but chocolate bark isn’t, and also I’m a little confused. By cream cheese do you mean Philadelphia cheese? I really want to make these… they look awesome!!

April 19, 2009 07:18 PM
Cupcake Bride said...

Bakerella…I am IN LOVE with your blog, as I am sure everyone else is! I was searching the web for some homemade wedding favor candies and stumbled upon your Oreo Truffles. Haven’t made them yet, but from the looks of them, I am thinking I will give each of my guest 2 a peice as my favors. My question is… How long can I make these in advance? I was going to have a baking party with my bridesmaids and make them for the wedding…but how long do they keep? I can’t be doing that the night before my wedding! Help!Thanks,

May 1, 2009 10:08 PM
Bakerella said...

they should stay refrigerated, so they will keep for several days

May 4, 2009 11:42 PM
shmita said...

I freeze these all the time and it works great! You’d never know they’d been frozen…same texture and taste.They need next to no time before they can be eaten. Only problem is that they are too easy to eat whenever you want!!

May 6, 2009 10:01 PM
DawnP said...

I made these for a meeting at my daughter’s preschool this weekend, and they were such a hit, everyone “voted” that I’m now required to make them for all future school events, LOL!

A couple of people (in the comments) have asked whether you could do these on sticks like your cake pops. That was my original plan, but it didn’t work for me. The consistency of the Oreo/cream cheese mixture is too “wet,” I think — the balls don’t stay round, they “settle” into a flat-bottomed shape almost immediately. (Who knew there was so much oil in Oreos? My hands were slick with it after rolling them!)

Any suggestions on how to change the consistency to allow these to be made as pops? I actually made two different batches, one where I “reserved” the 7 Oreos, and one where I used all of them in the filling — both ways, it was too wet to make pops. Maybe less cream cheese? Or mix in some chocolate cake? Any suggestions would be most appreciated — these were TDF delish, but I love the cute factor with the pops, so I’d love to combine the two!

May 18, 2009 11:44 AM
Bakerella said...

DawnP – yes, try using less cream cheese… and put them in the freezer for about 10 min to get them firm enough to dip easily.

May 19, 2009 12:28 AM
DawnP said...

Thanks! I guess I “have to” make another batch this week to try it. Darn. (LOL!)

May 19, 2009 12:40 PM
Shell said...

I stumbled across your blog and am loving going through your archives! I would love to make these Oreo truffles and your recipe calls for one package of them…. I’m in the UK, and we do have Oreos (yay!) but our package sizes may be different to yours… any idea what the weight of oreos are needed?? Thanks!!

May 21, 2009 07:24 AM
Crystal Bo Bistol said...

I made them last night. BIG HIT!

May 22, 2009 06:38 PM
Bakerella said...

Shell – it's an 18 os. package like this.

May 29, 2009 03:45 AM
DawnP said...

Mystery solved as to why my truffles “sank” rather than staying round! The first time I made them, I used a food processor, not only to turn the Oreos into crumbs, but also to mix in the cream cheese. I guess that basically “liquified” the cream cheese, making the balls too wet to stay round. The next time I made them, I used the food processor for the cookies, but then mixed in the cream cheese with my mixer on low. The balls stayed MUCH firmer. I didn’t try making them as pops (that’s the next project), but I think the consistency should work now that I figured out the problem.

My next test is going to be to see if it works as well with store brand sandwich cookies as opposed to the brand name Oreos. I want to try the mint ones, and my local store only has Double Stuff mint Oreos, but has “single stuff” mint cookies in the store brand. We’ll see how it goes…

June 1, 2009 02:52 PM
Shell said...

Thanks Bakerella – I’ll be making these as soon as I can now that I know the quantity of Oreos!!

June 2, 2009 06:42 AM
Mrs. Sarah J. said...

Thanks so much for this recipe– can't wait to try them. Question: I want to make them into pops and decorate them for my son's 1st bday party, but I can't think of any decorating ideas.. I know you have done valentines, halloween, etc. decorative pops.. Do you have any ideas or pics of other fun ways to decorate them? And the items you'd use to decorate with? Also, where do I get the pop sticks and dipping chocolate? does it work just as well if i use nestle choc chips and just add some veg oil or some paraben? THANKS!

June 4, 2009 11:00 PM
Bakerella said...

Try the puppy pops from the site.

You can get most of the supplies from craft stores. I also put links to amazon which also offers most everything.

And, yes you can try chocolate and adding shortening if you can't find the melts.
Good luck.

June 5, 2009 02:47 AM
a H.I.T. said...

These are delicious! Lucky in Love told me about these, so I decided I would make them for an upcoming 4th of July party. Well, I just made the test batch and Oh My Yum!

I used baking chocolate with shortening though, instead of the white chocolate bark. Held up beautifully so far. I'm dipping it twice to make them extra white (so I can drizzle red & blue chocolate over them).

Thank you for sharing!

June 13, 2009 11:12 PM
Anonymous said...

I was so excited to make these after I did the hamburger cupcakes! But these didn't turn out well at all. :( I think it must have been the chocolate I used. I used light chocolate and white chocolate wafers but I don't think they worked well. Would they be different from the coloured wafers? I used a double boiler and the balls were melting and getting bits in the chocolate (this was after I had put them in the fridge for awhile). Anyway, the taste was…interesting. It's kind of a weird texture. I'm not sure I'll try those again but I'll definitely be trying your other recipes. :)

June 28, 2009 02:17 AM
Connie said...

I made these yesterday along with the nutter butter balls and the cake balls (in devil's food) for my parent's 30th anniversary. It was a total success! I used some of the tips I found while perusing and they helped so much (like freezing the balls and using toothpicks). I used light and dark green melting chocolate disks and drizzled white chocolate over top of them. Here's the finished product:

June 29, 2009 05:25 PM
Bakerella said...

Anonymous – it just sounds like your chocolate was too hot and melted the mixture

Connie – I like the greens.

June 30, 2009 01:58 AM
Sarah said...

I live in Japan and don't have access to an oven to bake. I miss it like crazy, and these were a great alternative!

I tried the oreo balls (with chocolate covering instead) and LOVED them… mmmmm!

Then I tried with some green tea cookies. I wasn't too impressed with the cookies themselves, but was rather pleased with the end result. (

Thank you for the recipe!

July 7, 2009 04:44 PM
The Nelsons said...

I can't tell you how many times i've made these already….. hummmm… SO GOOD! They so don't last long in our house!

July 15, 2009 10:02 PM
Chentxu said...

is the cream cheese really necessary? I mean, can I replace it with something else like plain cream or condensed milk?

These look great!

July 20, 2009 06:21 PM
Bakerella said...

I haven't tried it any other way. But some have had luck with frosting.

July 21, 2009 03:18 AM
MLB222 said...

I brought some of these to work and one of the girls said they were "Heaven in a box!" I'd have to agree. Thanks:)

July 25, 2009 02:17 AM
Student said...

I made these Oreo truffles for a fundraiser for the Make-a-Wish Foundation at my school. They were a hit! We sold them 3 for $1, and we probably made several hundred dollars off of them.

And as for the white chocolate vs. the bark, our student council agreed that while the bark was much easier to manage, the white chocolate was much tastier.

July 31, 2009 05:19 AM
Bakerella said...

I agree! With the oreos, I like the vanilla coating better.

August 4, 2009 12:21 AM
Anonymous said...

Woo Hoo! So glad to find a recipe for these babies. My auntie brought something like these from a bakery to a family party, and they were delicious, but can't exactly go buy them, since we live in two different states. Gonna have to try these! :)


August 4, 2009 02:34 PM
Cookie-Monster said...

Wow! These look so cute and yummy! I've just sent my sis out to get the ingredients, gonna start on them straight away! Thanks! x
By the way, how do you get them heart shaped?

August 7, 2009 04:22 PM
klevans said...

these are so stinkin good and super easy. sent them with my boyfriend to a potluck and they were the first thing gone (before the real food even). love it.

- katie (

August 11, 2009 05:17 PM
Yuki said...

hi bakerella i would like to try your oreo pops for my niece's birthday since she loves oreos :D i was wondering, how many grams is it per package? im from the philippines and im not sure if the oreos sold here weighs the same as the ones sold in your country. thanks so much :D you are really talented :D

August 17, 2009 08:13 AM
Bakerella said...

I don't know how many grams and I don't have a package around to look at. But I think it was 30 or so cookies.

August 20, 2009 12:08 AM
drifter said...

love your website! made these last night and somehow used 16oz of cream cheese instead of the 8oz. very very hard to handle but froze them and then dipped. very very creamy, will try again w/ the 8 oz. to see the difference

August 28, 2009 06:19 PM
Katie said...

I've made these several times and they're always a hit! I've always used 'Baker's Semi-sweet Baking Chocolate Squares' for easy dipping. And the best part is you can get them at any grocery store. With a little sprinkling of crushed oreo to top them off, they look so pretty and taste sooooo….good.

September 3, 2009 04:03 AM
r said...

Where can I find chocolate bark in Canada?

September 5, 2009 01:38 AM
r said...

Where can I find chocolate bark in Canada?

September 5, 2009 01:38 AM
Jewel said...

Hi Bakerella! Need some advice.. Tried making your Oreo truffles but it turned out to be really bad.. The chocolate does not coat properly and the base is not coated at all.. It gets stuck to the base..I placed some photos of it on my blog.. Would greatly appreciate it if you could advise.. I’m from Singapore.. That’s way out in Asia so dun think I can get the chocolate bark.. So I bought chocolate coating.. Which didn’t seem to work sigh.. Pls help thanks!


September 29, 2009 03:16 PM
bakerella said...

Jewel – I’m not familiar with that coating. But bark is the same as candy coating. But different from baking chocolate if that helps.

Also, it looks like the chocolate might have been too hot. Let it sir for a few minutes before you dip and maybe it would have been thicker. Also you can redip to make the coating more opaque. And use wax paper instead of foil. The balls will remove easier.

September 30, 2009 02:35 AM
Noémie Bergeron said...

OK my god soooooooooo good!
Did not find the bark, so I used the dark chocolate covering with white pearls..very nice!

October 5, 2009 04:03 PM
Abigail said...

OMG – these were sooo good. i made them for chirstmas last year. but instead of dipping them in white chocolate i dipped them in dark and dribbled some white on top to make them into puddings.
I add a little extra icing sugar though to the mixture because i think it tastes a bit too bitter and chream cheesy otherwise. BUT THEY ARE SO YUM!

October 9, 2009 07:21 AM
Frances said...

I finally got around to making these with cream cheese yesterday. The first time I made these I didn’t gave access to a refrigerator so I used a commercial cream cheese frosting. I think I might actually like them better with the frosting… These don’t seem quite sweet enough, and they have a very strong cream cheese flavor. Of course, the sweetness might not be an issue if I wasn’t dipping them in 60% cocoa chocolate chips…

October 9, 2009 10:48 AM
sarah.a said...

it did not work with me I don’t know what happen

October 18, 2009 06:08 PM
Zoe said...

Hi Bakerella,
Do you think the truffles would be sticky enough to roll in sprinkles or crumbs straight away without the chocolate coating? I live in Australia and we don’t have bark and the chocolate would start melthing on the truffles as soon as I took them out of the fridge.
Thanks :)

October 22, 2009 12:57 AM
Britt said...

My boyfriend is on deployment and is obsessed with anything Oreo. I thought about making him these, do you think they’d last through shipping?! (takes about 5 days)

October 23, 2009 02:55 AM
Jen said...

You can use any chocolate chips or white chocolate chips (even a crushed Hershey’s bar) to dip these in if you melt the chocolate slowly (double boiler) and add a bit of Crisco shortening while it’s melting. Makes it very smooth and shiny.

These are amazing!

October 24, 2009 04:56 AM
Angel said...

I just made these for the first time and decorated them like pumpkins for Halloween. I followed the recipe, however, I kept the cream separate, and made mine with the cookie outer layer and creamy center. That’s what an oreo is all about, right?

I used the wilton candy melts, and they just never seem to work as well as the bark. I tried thinning it, but still no luck, as far as just dipping with a spoonI wound up making “pops” even though I hadn’t planned to.
Pics are here, including one sliced open:

October 25, 2009 02:32 PM
bakerella said...

Zoe – I don’t think they’ll be sticky enough for that.

Britt – Yes, but I’d use frosting instead of reg cream cheese since that needs to be refrigerated.

Angel – Those look great

October 25, 2009 10:15 PM
Angel said...

I’d like to mention that when I made the nutter butter ones, I didn’t refrigerate them. I left them at room temperature until they had all been eaten (at least a week). They had cream cheese as well, didn’t seem to do anyone any harm, and held up just fine.

October 26, 2009 02:31 AM
Melissa said...

I want to make these for a bridal shower next weekend… so CUTE! What size package of Oreo cookies did you use? What size were the heart shaped cookie cutter?

November 2, 2009 10:52 AM
Jamienk said...

My Family loooovvvved these. I used double stuffed oreos froze them for about 15 minutes and they were good to dip. I made two batches one was the Vanilla bark and the other the Chocolate bark they were absolutely wonderful. I took them to a party and everyone wanted the recipe! Thanks =)

November 3, 2009 03:19 PM
bakerella said...

The regular-size package in the grocery store. I think there’s only one. The cutter is about 1 1/2 inches wide.

November 4, 2009 08:58 PM
Jennifer Ramirez said...

I just made these truffles last night for my sister’s cheerleading dinner and I must say it took me like 3 hours to finish! haha, but they turned out awesome and she loved them! They must have been good becuase she is sooo picky! Thanks Bakerella!

November 5, 2009 12:53 PM
Becky said...

Made these truffles and all my friends loved them! Thanks for the recipe. You’re the best!

November 9, 2009 12:24 PM
Jennifer Miller said...

my sister in law hooked me on these 2 years ago. she competes in figure competitions and has to severely restrict for a LONG Time. this was her “party treat” after the competition was over… My life has never been the same after tasting these delicious oreo treats! I share at the holidays with colleagues and they are always a hit! I get excited as the holidays approach, so i can make (and eat, and eat) these special delights! thanks for making it so much fun!

November 11, 2009 06:08 PM
mitchellsmomma said...

These look fabulous! I would love to try them…but I don’t think I’ve seen white chocolate bark before…
Is there anything I can use as a substitute?


November 12, 2009 09:11 AM
Nicole said...

I’m dying to make these gorgeous little treats for the holidays. Unfortunately, I don’t have access to the proper chocolate bark coating because I live in a small isolated northern community. Can you please make a suggestion for a different coating? What about melted chocolate chips (I’ve read some say that this doesn’t work)? Would icing sugar and cocoa work as a coating? I can’t believe that I’m getting stressed about truffles, but they are too cute!

November 13, 2009 02:57 AM
Heather said...

Hi, I just made these and want to share a little tip. I had extra white candy melt and extra crushed Oreos (from sprinkling on top). So I mixed them together, spread it out between 2 pieces of wax paper, popped it into the freezer for a few minutes, then broke it into small pieces. I plan on placing these on the tray around the truffles when I put them out!

November 22, 2009 05:38 PM
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Bakerella T-Shirts
Show off your inner Bakerella with a super-cute T!
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