I’ve playfully dubbed these Oreo knockoffs “Fauxreos”. They do take a bit of time and patience, so be sure to start them well in advance — but at least, since they’re vegan, you can just enjoy them raw if you want to! Avoid products with hydrogenated oils, and you’re looking at a slightly less fattening cookie. To make those Oreo truffles that have been proliferating across the web, mix up the dough and the filling as directed below, then marble them together into balls about 3/4″ in diameter, freeze ‘em for a few hours, then dip ‘em in melted chocolate (using a toothpick) and refrigerate until set. Yum.