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Eerie No-Bake Oreo Truffles

by Morgan Hughes

The Halloween season is officially upon us! What better way to celebrate than to curl up, watch scary movies and eat some delicious no-bake treats?

There are three different Halloween creatures you can turn your eerie Oreo truffles into!

These eerie Oreo truffles are spookily easy to create – requiring no oven, only two ingredients and less than thirty minutes to finish!

Ingredients:

  1. 8 ounces plain cream cheese

  2. One package of Halloween Oreos

Directions:


  1. Take eight Oreos and break them each into quarters, then place the quarters into a shallow mug.

  2. Using a spoon, mash the quarters into small crumbs.

  3. Repeat this process, continually adding Oreos until 24 cookies have been mashed.

  4. Pour the crumbs into a shallow bowl and combine using your hands with cream cheese until well-blended.

  5. Roll the cookie mixture into small balls about 1 inch in diameter each.

  6. Refrigerate for 10 to 15 minutes.

  7. Remove and decorate!

Decorations:

Black Cat

  1. Remove the top chocolate cookie layer of an Oreo. Break off two small triangles about a quarter inch in diameter and height. Stick both triangles to the top of the truffle on the left and the right, the tip of the triangle facing up.

  2. (Optional) Take white fondant and cut it into a small bean shape to make the cat’s nose; this could be done with Oreo filling.

Bat

  1. Break off two small triangles from an Oreo cookie layer about a quarter inch in diameter and half an inch in height. Stick both triangles to the top of the truffle on the left and the right, the tip of the triangle facing up.

  2. Break another Oreo cookie layer into quarters. Take two quarters and place them each on either side of the truffle, the rounded edge facing outwards towards the side of the truffle.

  3. Take some Oreo filling and round it into two small balls, place them on the front of the truffle for the bat’s eyes.

Witch

  1. Take an Oreo cookie layer and place it on the top of your truffle.

  2. Take a small amount of truffle and place it on top of the cookie.

  3. Take a quarter of a cookie and stick it to the top of the other cookie so that it looks like the top of a witch’s hat!


A version of this post originally appeared in “Tenacity” The Teller October 2019 Issue #7

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