These three Ingredient Oreo Truffles are the tastiest homemade sweets you’ll ever make and if you can decorate them better than me then you could even give them as a homemade gift.
I first made a batch of these little beauties before Christmas and I couldn’t believe how something so simple to make could taste so amazing! I had one or two (maybe three as they’re very more-ish) and then left them to set. I started to write the recipe up as I was super excited to share them with you all but before I could come back to take some photos, the kids found them…
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Anyway, I’ve finally got around to making them again and they were equally as amazing as the first time so I’m sharing the recipe with you today. I promise it was totally worth the wait…
I’m sure I could make them look prettier if I spent a bit more time on the decorating part but my thoughts when I was doing this today was that I could melt a bar of white chocolate and drizzle it over the top to hide the imperfections (of which there are many 😂 ) but I realised that someone had eaten the Milky Bar. So what you’re seeing today is a rustic version of Oreo Truffles.
There are some that look better than others though so let’s just pretend they’re all that smooth looking!
These 3 Ingredient Oreo Truffles are the tastiest sweets I think Ive ever made How can something this easy to make taste so good?
- 2 packets of Oreos (154g pack size)
- 1 tub of Philadelphia (180g tub size)
- 1 200g bar cooking chocolate (white, dark or milk would work)
- First up you need to crush the Oreos as finely as you can manage. I prefer to use my little food blender and just do them in batches but you can use a rolling pin and a plastic bag if you prefer the old fashioned way.
- Transfer all of your Oreo crumbs into a bowl and mix in the Philadelphia - a metal spoon works best as you can almost mash the crumbs into the Philadelphia.
- I haven't found the best way to do this next but you need to shape the mix into little balls. I just use my hands if Im honest which is super messy but does the job.
- Next up, melt our chocolate and coat each truffle with a layer of melted chocolate and leave to set in the fridge for an hour. I have no idea how to do this neatly but it doesnt make a difference to the taste so Im happy with the rustic look. 😂
Any soft cheese similar to Philadelphia would work well but I really think Philadelphia works best as it's got more of a creamier taste. Maybe add a capful of vanilla essence if you're using a cheaper version as they can taste a bit cheesier.
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