After many requests, I’ve finally got round to posting the recipe for these little delights!
Of all the things I’ve ever made, these Oreo Truffles have lavished me with the most praise! I pinched it from the lovely Celine, who made them for us at a BBQ last year!
Celine made them in school (what school-aged obesity issue?), and they went down a treat. We were all practically fighting for the remaining truffles (which disappeared rapidly, I tell ye).
I’ve only made these a couple of times and feedback includes: “I need these in my life”, as well as “they’re honestly the best things I have ever put in my mouth” *snigger*. This is definitely one for indulgence; if you are on a diet I would look away now. You won’t be able to “just have one”, I won’t lie to you.
Here are the Ingredients in all their beautiful glory (made 15 fat truffles)
2 packets of Oreos
230g bar of Dairy Milk
250g Plain Soft Cheese
Another recipe that calls for furious bashing… place the Oreos into a bowl and, with a rolling pin, unleash the fury.
Mix in the soft cheese thoroughly, then its time to get messy. Roll them into truffle-sized balls and place on a flat tray (I used my chopping board), then put them in the fridge to set for an hour (or the freezer for half an hour).
Melt the Dairy Milk in a bowl over a pot of bubbling hot water. Try not to eat it, lest you earn yourself a trip to the A&E.
Dip the truffles into the (cooled) chocolate, coating them nicely and putting back on the chopping board (or whatever you’re using). Put in the fridge to set for another hour or so.
The final step is to sit back and accept the praise
You can dust icing sugar over it, to make it look fancy and “truffle-ish”, but I didn’t bother.
Do try them, you won’t be disappointed!