Easy Oreo Truffles

Aug 08, 2021

Easy Oreo Truffles

Need a quick no-fuss dessert that everyone will enjoy? These Oreo truffles are made with only 3 ingredients and are unbelievably delicious. You can customize them by using your favorite Oreo flavor and dipping them in your favorite type of chocolate! Drooling yet? Me too. Grab your ingredients and let’s get started!
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These Oreo truffles are soon to be your dessert guilty pleasure. With very minimal work (they have more time chilling in the fridge than prep work) you can have these babies made in a jiff! I would say the hardest part is trying not to lick your fingers and snack on the Oreo mixture before letting it chill in the fridge!

The base of these Oreo truffles are, of course, Oreos! First, we crush the Oreos into a fine crumb. You can do this by hand or with a food processor. Be sure to save about 2 tablespoons of Oreo crumbs to sprinkle on top later on. :) Next you will mix in the block of cream cheese with the Oreo crumbs. Here is where you have to use all of your self control to not eat the entire mixture!!!

I like to let the Oreo crumb/ cream cheese mixture chill in the fridge for about 10-15 minutes before scooping and rolling it into balls. I find it easier to roll them when the mixture is cold, but you can roll them into balls right away if you are in a pinch for time! After scooping and rolling the Oreo mixture into balls, place them into the fridge for 30 minutes before coating them in melted chocolate. Choose your favorite type/ brand of chocolate for this! I use both Nestle Toll House dark and white chocolate chips. I find the combination of coating some in white chocolate and some in dark chocolate to be a crowd pleaser!

To take these easy truffles to the next level, you can decorate them however you would like. I like to sprinkle more Oreo crumbs on top of the truffle (be sure to do this right away before the chocolate hardens). Another way I like to decorate them is by piping extra chocolate on top (see my pictures for reference and tips in the instructions). Once the chocolate hardens, I take a small knife and cut off any extra chocolate from around the bottom, just to make them look more uniform. This step is not necessary, but hey- now you can snack on the extra chocolate you cut off ;)

TIP: Try these with different flavors of Oreos! I’ve tried making them with Golden Oreos and they tasted like cheesecake! I also have my eye on the new salted caramel flavor… I’m sure those would be SOOO decadent! Let me know if you try them!!!

Easy Oreo Truffles


  • 36 Oreos (Any Flavor, but not Double Stuf)
  • 8 Ounces Softened Cream Cheese
  • 2 Cups Melted White Chocolate, Milk Chocolate, or Dark Chocolate


  1. Place Oreo cookies in a food processor and pulse until they are a fine crumb. You can also do this step by hand by placing the Oreos into a baggie and smacking them with something hard….. Hey- you’ll get your arm workout for the day! **Reserve 2 Tablespoons of Oreo crumbs if you would like to top the truffles with them later**
  2. Add the block of cream cheese to the Oreo crumbs. You can pulse the cream cheese/ Oreos together in the food processor or use a stand/ hand mixer to combine them.
  3. Scoop the Oreo mixture by 1½ tablespoons and roll them into balls. Place onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet (If the mixture is too soft, place it into the fridge to harden for about 15 minutes before scooping and rolling into balls).
  4. Place balls into the fridge for 30 minutes (or in the freezer for 15 mintues).
  5. Place your chocolate chips into a microwave safe bowl and melt in 30 second intervals, being sure to stir in between.
  6. Retrieve your Oreo balls from the fridge or freezer and dip the truffles into the melted chocolate. I usually dip the entire ball into the melted chocolate, then take a fork to lift it out and tap any excess chocolate off into the bowl. Top with Oreo crumbs before the chocolate hardens or pipe your own chocolate design on top with any remaining chocolate (I like to do this by placing any extra melted chocolate into a baggie or small piping bag and cutting a small corner).
  7. Allow chocolate to harden before serving (at least 15 minutes in the fridge).
  8. (Optional) Once the chocolate hardens, I take a small knife and cut off any extra chocolate from around the bottom, just to make them look more uniform.
  9. DEVOUR!
  10. *Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator!*