I recently made some yummy little balls of joy in the form of an Oreo white chocolate truffle. They are delicious and so easy to make, you don’t even need the oven! I thought I’d share the recipe with you after quite a few people asked for it, so here we go, welcome to Laura’s kitchen! Thank you BBC good food for the recipe 😉

Equipment you will need:


A large mixing bowl

Food processor (to make the biscuits into crumbs OR crush with a rolling pin)

Large tray

Baking paper

Ingredients you will need (makes around 20 truffles):

300g regular Oreos

150g cream cheese (Philadelphia or a supermarket own brand works fine)

A dash of vanilla essence

300g chocolate (I used white chocolate, but you could use milk or dark too)

Let’s get going…

To begin, you need to crush the Oreos in to crumbs. If you have a food processor, brilliant. If not, you can get a little arm workout and crush them with a rolling pin

Pour your crumbs in to a large mixing bowl. Keep some of the crumbs behind if you want to sprinkle over the top of them!

Before it gets messy, line a large tray with baking paper ready for the balls

Next, add the cream cheese and dash of vanilla essence. Mix well

This is where it gets messy, get your hands in and start rolling out little balls, once formed, place on your tray

Once you’ve formed all of your gooey black sticky but yummy stuff in to truffle shaped bites, pop them somewhere cold to chill for about 15-20 minutes

Melt your chocolate in a clean bowl

Dunk each ball in to the chocolate and place back on to the tray, sprinkle with the crumbs you reserved at the start

Once they are all coated and looking super scrummy, pop them back in to the cool place and let them set….. if there is any left! (I ate a few whilst making them – some didn’t make it back on the tray!)

Hope you all thoroughly enjoy, let me know if you make them and what you think!

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