13 Reviews

These were good but very sweet. I made these at Easter for dessert and everyone enjoyed them. I followed the recipe as written. Made for Spring PAC 2010.

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bmcnichol April 16, 2010

SO EASY and yummy! I took about 3 cookies out of the package before putting them in the food processor and it was fine. I also used 1 lb of almond bark and it was more than enough (we had some leftover). It made 35 for me. I will definitely make these next Christmas (ok, before then too) as a cute add to a cookie platter. Thanks!

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newmama February 14, 2009

Killer recipe, AngieME. Easy, but sooooo good. They were the hit of the holidays! These will be on my list to make EVERY year. I dipped the top of the white chocolate balls in melted semisweet chocolate (had some left over from another recipe) - pretty! (and even more deadly!) Thanks!

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Nursebarb December 27, 2007

These are really good oreo truffles! Yummy! I couldnt find almond bark here in Germany so I used semisweet chocolate for the coating and sprinkeled some chopped walnuts on top. So good!
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this recipe with us, AngieME!
Made and reviewed for "Help a naked recipe" September 2012.

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Lalaloula September 25, 2012

WOW, so good. Had these at a potluck and they were amazing. They were covered with semi sweet chocolate, and very rich and delicious! Cant wait to make them myself.

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Megan's Mommy December 12, 2009

Okay these tasted great and were easy to make but I am sad to say that my food processor bit the dust while I was making these. I had read that someone threw the cookies and cream cheese in there and processed. Well that didn't work for me. While the processor was working on it I started to smell something funny. I figured out what it was when I saw the smoke coming from my machine. I will make them again when I get a new processor but I intend to crush the cookies first and then add the cream cheese. (sheepish grin) I made mine a bit smaller and had a lot of chocolate leftover. I also want to try them covered with white chocolate.

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Margie99 March 20, 2009

I made these for a Winter party in the daycare and the children just loved them! To be honest, I liked them better before they were chocolate covered! Great recipe, they looked like they took forever!

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Linzi Jordan January 10, 2009

These are great! The only problem, if you want to call it a problem, is that they are much too sweet for me, so next time I will be turning them into smaller balls. Aside from that great recipe! Thanks for sharing!

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crescentscapes December 16, 2008

I love this recipe & have actually been making it for years! It's awesome with white & milk chocolate bark. Also, a fun way to spruce it up is to roll the balls in coconut! I dyed the coconut orange this year for a cute festive fall look. Great recipe!

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SandeeLynn October 08, 2008

This is a FAVORITE of our family at the holidays. We call them DIRT BALLS and use chocolate chips w/ shortening as the coating. For easier prep, the kids have learned that they can throw the full package of cookies and the cream cheese in the Kitchen Aid mixer, and the powerful motor does all the work (I had previously spent unnecessary time and effort chopping the cookies into crumbs by hand.) People always want to know what is in these, but never believe me when I tell them!

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KLS-LMT July 26, 2008
Snow Balls (Oreo Balls or Oreo Truffles)