Oreo Creamcheese Truffles.

I have been wanting to expand my blog repertoire for a while now, and one of the ways I have wanted to do that is by creating one of my favourite things- food. So, here is a recipe on how to make Oreo Creamcheese Truffles. Enjoy.


  • 24 Oreo biscuits (These can be any kind you like, depending on the flavours you would like in the mix, but for this, I just used plain.)
  • 4oz of creamcheese (Or 133.40g)
  • White chocolate
  • Milk chocolate
  • 1tsp of granulated sugar



  • Blender
  • Wooden Spoon
  • Mixing Bowl
  • Greaseproof paper
  • Scale
  • Microwavable Bowls/ Pan, Glass Bowl
  • Fork (I guess?)


So, firstly, you are going to need a blender to blitz your Oreos into a sand like consistency. Put some of this aside for later.

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After you have done this, add in your creamcheese and either mix in with your hands (my prefered method) or just use a wooden spoon, as if you were creaming together butter and sugar. Mix in your granulated sugar and leave to cool in the fridge for 15 mins.

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Next, take your cool mixture and roll into 2cmx2cm balls, placing them on greaseproof paper on a baking tray. I did my balls too big, so the ratio of chocolate to filling wasn’t exactly right, but the tiny one I made from the leftover filling was the best.

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Again, leave these to cool in the fridge whilst you prepare your chocolate. To do this, you can either microwave the chocolate, which is what I did (but seriously, keep an eye on it and stir it as soon as it begins to melt- it can VERY quickly burn), or you can put it in a glass bowl over boiling water on the stove. Either way, melted chocolate! Woop woop!

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Then, take your Oreo balls and immerse them in the melted chocolate, take a fork, lift them out and wait for the chocolate drips to decrease.

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Put them onto your greaseproof paper, sprinkle them with the Oreo sand you put aside earlier (You did do that, didn’t you?) and put in the fridge to set.

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And you are done!

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Also, as you wait for your truffles to be ready, you can chop up some apples, pears, bananas et cetera, and dip them in your leftover melted chocolate, fondue style. I was going to make chocolate covered strawberries, but realised that we had no strawberries. Good job, Caitlin.

If you liked this, tell me and I will do more, if you try this, send it to me so I can see your creations and, finally, have fun with it if y’all try it.

Have a great day.


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