Thursday, February 7, 2013

Saw It, Pinned It, Did It: No-Bake Oreo Balls!

Warning:  These are seriously delicious and addicting.  You won't be able to eat just one.  I literally ate nine of them the other night.  Please don't judge me.
I first made these Oreo Balls around Christmas time, and decided to make them again for the Super Bowl.  They are super easy and super yummy!  You can make festive for any occasion by doing different color candy coating or sprinkles.

Here is where I first saw these:

No-Bake Oreo Balls
(makes about 4 dozen 1 inch balls)
1 package oreo cookies
1 8 oz package cream cheese (softened)
1 package vanilla candy coating (or whatever kind you want)
sprinkles (if desired)

Step 1:  Crush Oreo cookies to crumbs.
I did this by putting them in a zip lock bag and throwing them on the floor a few times, then dumped them in my blender and blended them good.  It would probably be easier in a food processor, but I don't have gift idea :)

Step 2:  Combine crushed Oreos and softened cream cheese in bowl.
Just take a spoon and mix them together.
Step 3:  Roll mixture into little balls and place on wax paper on cookie tray.
You can make your Oreo Balls whatever size you want.  I made mine in to 1-2 inch balls and it made 48 of them (not counting the scoop of mixture Kevin ate before I made the balls).
Step 4:  Put Oreo Balls in freezer for 5-10 minutes.
They are easier to cover with the candy coating if you let them get a little hard.

Step 5:  Melt candy coating.
Do this according to the instructions on the candy coating package.  I heated mine up in the microwave and it worked fine.

Step 6:  Dip Oreo balls in candy coating.
I found that using two forks works best for this.  After your put the Oreo Ball in the candy coating, lift it out using the two forks.  The forks allow the excess coating to drip off.
Step 7:  Place on waxed cookie sheet.  Add sprinkles if desired.
I added sprinkles to some and not others.  It's best to do this after doing 3 or 4 balls, because once the candy coating starts to harden, the sprinkles won't stick.

Step 8:  Place in fridge or freezer to allow candy coating to harden for 15-20 minutes.  Eat & enjoy!!
Like I said, you won't be able to stop eating these after you try one!!

I'm linking up with Katie and Stephanie today for Saw It, Pinned It, Did It.

Eat Drink & Be Mary


  1. No judgement HERE! I'm the BIGGEST fan of these oreo balls...they are SO good and everyone loves them. Yours look so purty! ;) Thank you for linking up today!

  2. Oh my yum!!! YES - I have made these before and they are absolutely delicious! I like them even better than cake balls! These would be good for a valentine's day gift with pink sprinkles. New Follower!


  3. A-MEN! Someone brought these to a party and I about DIED of oreo-coma! They are SO addicting! Yours look amazing. Aaaaand my mouth is watering...thanks a lot! ;)

  4. OMG these look amazing!!! I don't know why but Oreo balls intimidate me for no apparent reason, but these look easy enough.

  5. My friend just surprised me with these treats. So very yummy! I'm stopping by from the Pinned It LInk Up.


  6. Wow! These do look super yummy and so easy to make! Oreo cookies are so tasty anyway so I can just imagine how tasty this combination must be.
    Stopping by from the "Bloggers Digest Blog Hop". Following you on Bloglovin and Twitter.
    Have a great day :)
    Bismah @

  7. I love this recipe! Thanks for sharing it on the cookie exchange.

  8. No judging here!! My sister-in-law makes something similar to these for the holidays every year and I make myself sick on them- seriously! They really are amazing, and I've hesitated to make them because I know I won't be able to stop eating them. lol
    Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Delicious Dish Tuesday!! <3