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Mint Oreo Truffles: St. Patrick’s Day Treats

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Welcome to Day 14 of our St. Patrick’s Day Food and Fun! We have had so much fun sharing decorating ideas, crafts, desserts, printables and of course…St. Patrick’s Day Cupcakes!

Everyone loves Oreos! And these Mint Oreo Truffles couldn’t be easier…and delicious!!

So here’s the deal my friends…I’m not crazy about mint and I don’t really like cream cheese…but these Mint Oreo Truffles were AMAZING! Simple to make, only 2 ingredients plus the candy coating and I had the whole batch done in about 15 minutes {not counting the freezing time}.

I’ve made Cookie Dough Truffles {and shared a video on how to dip them}, but not ever tried Oreo Truffles before. These will definitely be added to my list of holiday treats!

The original recipe for Oreo Truffles came from A Southern Fairytale, she made them for Christmas. I think they are perfect for any holiday, simply change up the colors and sprinkles and you have a delicious treat!

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Mint Oreo Truffles Recipe
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A delicious and easy treat. Recipe from Adapted from A Southern Fairytale
Serves: 35-40 truffles
  • 1 package Mint Oreo Cookies {or regular}
  • 1 {8 oz} package Cream Cheese
  • White and Green Candy Melts
  • Various sprinkles {optional}
  1. Using a Food Processor, crush Oreo cookies {centers included} into fine crumbs
  2. In a large bowl, place softened cream cheese
  3. Add the Oreo crumbs and combine well
  4. Roll into balls and place on a cookie sheet lined with wax paper
  5. Place in freezer at least 1 hour {I left mine a couple days and they were fine}
  6. Place candy melts {separately} in a microwave safe bowl and melt
  7. Working with a few truffles at a time, leaving the rest in the freezer,
  8. Coat truffles in chocolate
  9. Watch my video to see how easy it is if you use a fork and knife to dip

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