Cream an 8 oz. package of cream cheese with crushed oreo cookies (I prefer mint); form into balls and refrigerate until firm; melt chocolate almond bark. With a toothpick, pierce the oreo ball and dip into the melted almond bark; place on waxed paper until dry; you can sprinkle them while wet the with almond bark with candy sprinkles or roll in coconut.
By WandaJo from Tennessee
I find that if I dip them in Chocolate bark, they become too "chocolatey". Did I say that? Anyway, I roll them in powdered sugar and we really like them that way. (12/23/2005)
How many Oreos do you use? (12/24/2005)
use one 18-20 oz pkg of oreos (09/16/2006)
I agree, I tried these with white and dark chocolate . THe dark chocolate was nice because it countered some of the sweetness (08/21/2006)
I tried to make them but they are too creamy. What did I do wrong?
When I mixed the oreos with the cream cheese, it was really mush, and I couldn't dip it in the chocolate without them falling apart. (03/01/2008)
By katy unick
I make mine without chilling the oreo balls and mine turn out just fine. After mixing the cookie crumbs with the cream cheese, I just start making balls and then melt the chocolate and dip them and then I put them in the refrigerator to chill and everyone always wants the recipe. (04/02/2008)
Roll them in a crushed heath bar, yum. (10/08/2008)
I find that if the oreo mush is too mushy to dip in the choc, try freezing the oreo balls instead of chilling them in the fridge. I freeze them for 2 hours, then start dipping them in choc. you have to be really quick about it, dip it, drop it on the wax paper. I also use a spoon because the toothpick doesn't work very well. The spoon doesn't make it as pretty, but yeah. (12/01/2008)
I tried using a generic brand oreos. Bad idea. Even though they looked the same, they are not. When I use Oreo brand, everyone loves them. They disappear fast. When I used the generic brand, well, I still have most of them.
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