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Make Your Own Christmas Oreo Truffles

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Want to deviate from gifting the same old boxes of bakery bought pastries as gifts this holiday season? Here’s a really yummy and easy homemade Oreo truffle recipe you could whip up in your kitchen in a jiffy. And because it’s homemade, it adds a little extra love and holiday cheer to whomever will receive this sweet Christmas dessert!

All you’ll need are Oreos, cream cheese, white chocolate and some sprinkles. Plus, there is no baking required! Yes, it’s that easy.

You’re welcome.

Ingredients:

3-4 sleeves of oreos (45-60 oreo pieces), 1 pack cream cheese and 1/2 lb white chocolate
3-4 sleeves of Oreos (45-60 oreo pieces), 1 pack cream cheese and 1/2 lb white chocolate
red and green colored sugar or candy sprinkles
red and green colored sugar or candy sprinkles

Procedure:

Put oreos into a food processor and grind them up until powder form.
Put Oreos into a food processor and grind them up until powder form. Transfer the powder onto a large mixing bowl and add the cream cheese. Using an electric mixer, mix until fully combined.
Once the mixture forms into a dough, roll up about 1-inch balls and place them on a tray lined with wax paper. Refrigerate for at least an hour.
Once the mixture forms into a dough, roll up about 1-inch balls and place them on a tray lined with wax paper. Refrigerate for at least an hour.
Melt the chocolate. Dump refrigerated oreo balls into the chocolate and pick them up using a fork to let excess chocolate drip off.
Melt the chocolate. Dump refrigerated Oreo balls into the chocolate and pick them up using a fork to let excess chocolate drip off.
Carefully place dipped oreo balls onto a tray lined with wax paper.
Carefully place dipped Oreo balls onto a tray lined with wax paper.
Decorate with red and green sugar or candy sprinkles.
Decorate with red and green sugar or candy sprinkles.
Refrigerate and enjoy!
Refrigerate and enjoy!

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