This is my 200th post! To celebrate I shall eat an Oreo Truffle Pop and share the recipe with you.
These are always a favorite at any event. I like to make these for birthdays or just any celebration. I actually made these fall colored ones for Dylan's teacher for Thanksgiving (Thanks Mrs. Girardi for all you do). They are super easy to make.
Oreo Truffle Pops
1 package of regular Oreos (no double stuffed)
1 8oz. package cream cheese
Wilton Chocolate melts or any other good melting chocolate
In a food processor, blend the oreos until they are completely crumbs. Then add only 3/4 of the cream cheese to start (6 oz.). Blend again until the mixture comes together in a ball. If you need to add more cream cheese, add about a tbsp. at a time till the dough will hold together in balls. Refrigerate this for about 1 hour.
Roll the dough into 1 inch balls and refrigerate again until they are firm. Melt the chocolate. Dip the sticks into a little bit of chocolate and them insert them into the balls. Refrigerate again. Then dip the balls in the chocolate and tap them on edge of a bowl to remove the excess chocolate. Add sprinkles while they are still soft. Refrigerate again! Oh, and I use a chunk of florist foam to stand the pops up in while I am working on them.
By my 200th post I imagined I might have a few more followers, but I am thankful for my faithful few that do read. I have fun blogging, so I guess I will continue. More then anything, I do enjoy reading your comments. Please let me know what you like to read about most, I want your input