Snow Balls (Oreo Balls or Oreo Truffles)

Total Time
2hrs 15mins
Prep 45 mins
Cook 1 hr 30 mins

O-O-O good. If you like Oreo cookies, you'll love these truffle-like cookies (or are they candy?). I got this recipe from Brenda C at a cookie exchange in 2006, and it's made it to the top of my easy/yummy sweets list.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 510.29 g packageregular Oreo cookies (can use mint)
  • 226.79 g package cream cheese
  • 680.38 g package white almond bark (1 lb 8 oz)


  1. Crush the oreos really well and mix with cream cheese (can use blender or mixer.).
  2. Roll into walnut size balls.
  3. Chill for at least 1 hour.
  4. Melt the almond bark in microwave.
  5. Dip chilled balls into melted almond bark and set up on wax paper.
  6. You can decorate with drizzles of opposite color almond bark or sprinkles, if desired.
  7. Keep them refrigerated. Try to share!
Most Helpful

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.

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!

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!

Nursebarb December 27, 2007

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