How To Make Oreo Balls Cookie Recipe | No Bake

This has been my go to No Bake Oreo Ball Recipe for many years. I use it for parties, special events, and during the holidays. Absolutely no baking is required. Hope you Enjoy!

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Oreo Ball Recipe

You'll love this Oreo Ball recipe because it's a no bake cookie recipe. You'll love this recipe because you'll need just 4 ingredients. You'll love this recipe because they freeze beautifully! 


Make Oreo Balls ahead of time, and you'll have a sweet treat on hand!

Course cookie, Dessert
Cuisine dessert
Keyword Oreo, Oreo Ball
Prep Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour
Servings 3 dozen
Author Kristl Story, TheBudgetDiet.com

Ingredients

  • 1 16 oz. package Oreos store brand works fine!
  • 1 8 oz. package cream cheese softened
  • 1/4 cup powdered sugar
  • 24 oz. white chocolate bark this melts well and is ideal for dipping
  • 6 oz. chocolate chips optional

Instructions

  1. Crumble Oreos in a food processor.
  2. Mix together crumbled Oreos, cream cheese and powdered sugar.
  3. Roll into 1" balls and chill 30 minutes.
  4. Melt white chocolate bark according to package directions.
  5. Use a fork or toothpick to dip balls and place on wax paper to dry.
  6. Optional: melt chocolate chips according to package directions, spoon into a small zip top bag and close, cut a tiny hole in the corner and drizzle the chocolate on top.
  7. Note: Oreo Balls freeze well!
  8. Note: experiment with different flavors of Oreos or try Nutter Butters!

Recipe Notes

Besides Oreos, this recipe also works well with the Country Choice Organic Sandwich Creme Cookies (Pack of 6), or other Oreo like cookies.

Also If you really love Oreos, or are looking for a great gift idea, We recommend the OREO Cookie Club Subscription Box.

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Also be sure to check out the Dunky Cup for dipping Oreos!

It’s day 2 of The Budget Diet’s 12 Days of Cookies, and Oreo Balls are always a hit at a cookie exchange! Tomorrow’s recipe on The Budget Diet’s 12 Days of Cookies is Ginger Snaps!

An easy, 4-ingredient, no-bake recipe. Make Oreo Balls ahead of time, and you'll have a sweet treat on hand!

 

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Lisa
5 years ago

I rolled the balls and now chilling them…wont have time to cover them in white bark for several hrs.that ok??

Marris
5 years ago

2 stars
Need more white chocolate. Does not come out being enough to cover all of them.

Addi
7 years ago

I am making these for a school project, and i need to know what they are supposed to taste like and what the texture should be. Can you help me? Pls?!?!?!

Mireille
7 years ago

Do I crumble all the oreo with the filling or just de cookie part ?

Sara
7 years ago

+Brittany Keeling – You use refrigirating

JESSICA
8 years ago

When you freeze cream cheese…it changes constancy…..

Daniela
8 years ago

Just wondering how long these can be kept after being made? Making them for a pregnant lady so don’t want to be taking any risks!

Thanks!
Daniela

Brittany keeling
7 years ago

For cooling do you freeze or refrigerate?

amy
7 years ago

I already have crushed oreos…how many cups would I need to equal one bag?

Rachael
8 years ago

I made these and they are AMAZING!!! I just don’t know how you dip them

Rosie
7 years ago
Reply to  Rachael

I use a wood skewer and dip in melted chochocolate Or drop in and roll then remove with spoon

maissa
8 years ago

Cool

Mireille
7 years ago

Do I crumble all the oreo with the filling or just de cookie part ?

Amy
5 years ago
Reply to  Mireille

Crumble with the filling

Sara
7 years ago

+Brittany Keeling – You use refrigirating

Addi
7 years ago

I am making these for a school project, and i need to know what they are supposed to taste like and what the texture should be. Can you help me? Pls?!?!?!

Belva
7 years ago
Reply to  Addi

5 stars
They are delicious. Their texture are like. smooth, melt in your mouth. Heavenly smoothness & taste.
They Taste just like a candy made in Oreo Heaven.
If all is done correctly they really are heavenly, the outer chocolate coating is perfect for the delicious chocolatey Oreo sweet tasting Oreo center that litterally melts in your mouth.
No matter how many Oreos & how you’ve loved them, you will be beyond surprised how this candy has been around & you’re just now having a taste.
*** I guarantee this to be a huge hit at any special occasion. Be sure to serve with toothpicks & a napkin. The napkin is only for you to to sit truffle down for a moment to ask the hostess how she managed to have a bit of heaven at the party & help with heavenly candy.

amy
7 years ago

4 stars
I already have crushed oreos…how many cups would I need to equal one bag?

kathleen
6 years ago
Reply to  amy

5 stars
14.3 ounces is how much is in a bag:)

Brittany keeling
7 years ago

For cooling do you freeze or refrigerate?

Rachael
8 years ago

I made these and they are AMAZING!!! I just don’t know how you dip them

Rosie
7 years ago
Reply to  Rachael

I use a wood skewer and dip in melted chochocolate Or drop in and roll then remove with spoon

JESSICA
8 years ago

When you freeze cream cheese…it changes constancy…..

maissa
8 years ago

Cool

Daniela
8 years ago

Just wondering how long these can be kept after being made? Making them for a pregnant lady so don’t want to be taking any risks!

Thanks!
Daniela

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