Tuesday, November 28, 2017

O Balls....A 3-ingredient recipe! (a repost)

An ever-so-simple recipe that even the kids can help make.  These are delicious and  this recipe makes 75! Give them as gifts in a pretty Christmas tin.

My co-worker, Sally, served these in the Lounge at school a couple of years ago, and I had forgotten how simple and delicious they were. Now they are back on my Christmas list of fun treats to make. You can also make them with the MINT Oreos, and the Peanut butter flavored or any flavor of your choice.

A great recipe to make and take to parties.

WARNING! These are very rich! And although there are only three ingredients and no cooking is involved, it is a time-consuming recipe, so allow yourself plenty of prep time, and to speed up the process, enlist the help of friends and family.


1 package Oreo cookies(1 lb. 4 oz.) Original flavor or your favorite
8 ounces cream cheese, softened
20 ounces almond bark, melted


Crush 1 pkg. Oreo cookies. I put mine in a large freezer bag and hit them with a mallet until finely crumbled.

 Mix with softened cream cheese. Roll into balls; chill.

 Dip in 18-20 oz. melted almond bark or  12 oz. bag white chocolate chips to coat.
You can melt chips in the microwave at 30-second intervals till they are smooth, or use a double boiler on the stove.

 *Put a toothpick in the ball and dip in chocolate.

*You can also crush Oreo's in food processor and add in cream cheese cubes to mix.

 * Chill this mixture before rolling into balls.

*You can drizzle top with chocolate after dipping

Store in an airtight container in the fridge before and after serving.

Enjoy~Everything in Moderation


  1. Seriously! That's it? Wow, and they look super addicting! Another addition to my "want to make this holiday season" list! YUM :D

  2. wow oh wow... this is incredible sounding

    great drizzle decoration

  3. Good grief, only 3 ingredients! I actually had some of these at a dinner yesterday and thought I'd really like the recipe- now I have it! Thanks Sherri, they are delicious.

  4. This recipe is a definite keeper. Love those recipes that are more than the sum of their parts.

  5. I've made these the last several years for christmas...didn't know anyone else knew about them. lol

  6. These sound soooo great! Nice that they make a big batch too!