Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Snowmen Oreo Truffle Balls


If you need to some holiday cookie inspiration you have come to the right place! I got together with some of my blogging buddies for a cookie swap! I brought these easy oreo truffles to our little exchange and decided to make them fun by adding a snowman face! These are no-bake cookies with only 3 ingredients! They are the perfect last-minute party treat.

Ingredients:
1 (16 oz) package Oreo cookies
1 (8 oz) package of Philadelphia Cream Cheese
1 package of white chocolate chips or Almond Bark (I found that Almond Bark actually worked better)

Ingredients for snowman face and earmuffs:
- Pull and Peel Twizzlers. You only need about 1.5 inches of a single strand for top part of earmuff.
- Red M&M's.
- Black Sugar Pearls Sprinkles
- Orange triangle sprinkles (I found mine in a sprinkle set at Michaels)


Directions:
1. Begin by eating two Oreo cookies (optional) :)
2. Crush entire package of Oreo cookies. I used my food processor but you could put them in a plastic back and use a rolling pin.
3. Mix entire package of cream cheese with Oreo crumbs. Don't be afraid to use your hands to make sure it is all mixed and squished together.
4. Roll mixture into 1 inch balls and dip into melted chocolate and place onto wax paper.
5. Wasting no time, add on snowman face and earmuffs.







Now, I hope you'll check out some other fabulous cookie recipes to try this holiday season from some very talented bloggers!

Andes Mint Cookies from Artsy Fartsy Mama

Snowman Oreo Truffles from Repeat Crafter Me

Cereal Wreaths from Bear Rabbit Bear

Mocha Cookies from One Artsy Mama

Christmas Mice from Happy Hour Projects

Mars Bars Squares from Becoming Martha

Thin Mint Cookies from Create.Craft.Love

Soft Gingersnaps w/Pumpkin Dipping Sauce from Ladybird Ln

Marshmallow Chocolate Squares from Jessie Street Designs

Peppermint Bark from Wait 'Til Your Father Gets Home

Spiced Chocolate Bark from Chase the Star

15 comments:

  1. So fun--I love the earmuffs! (and hey, small request here--when you get a chance, could you see if you're able to reply to my comment by email? I just switched to google+ and I want to make sure it didn't make me "no-reply" Thanks girl!)

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  2. These are so cute! How fun!!! I just want to make them and give them to everyone...they'll be so impressed. Great project to do with the older kids too. Have a great day ;)

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  3. They're adorable! They look like so much fun, can't wait to try them! They're almost too cute to eat... notice I said ALMOST! LOLZ! have a good one! :)

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  4. This makes me wish I weren't so doggone lazy!

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  5. Okay, these have got to be the cutest things I have EVER seen, I love them, I am going to have to try them out with my kids! Just need to add it to my baking list lol.

    Carlee
    www.ladybirdln.com

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  6. I make cake pops quite often and love the oreo ones. I can't wait to make these. Thanks for another great idea :)

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  7. omg I am making these for christmas! :O

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  8. These little guys are so cute. I will HAVE to make them. But I've never seen Twizzlers in Australia. There will be an alternative for sure.

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  9. those darn little heads. they make me squeal!

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  10. These almost look too cute to eat! Great job! Would love if you'd join our Countdown to Christmas link party! Hope to see you there! Happy weekend! :)
    http://dixie-n-dottie.blogspot.com/2012_12_04_archive.html

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  11. Any idea about how many this will make? I'm trying to figure out how many batches I'll need for a party. Thanks - and these are adorable!!

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  12. Yes how many does a batch make? Want to make them as gifts but not sure how many batches I need :)

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    1. I made these tonight! So good! I used a small scoop (maybe 1inch or so? not exactly sure) and it made 24 balls.

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  13. These Snowmen are SOOO cute!!! I love the candy details!

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