A fun and tasty Easter Dessert Idea – Easter Oreo Balls.  This no-bake recipe will be a hit with the whole family.  Kids will have fun decorating these delicious edible eggs.Easter Dessert Idea - Easter Oreo Balls Recipe via LittleMissKate.ca

Easter Dessert Idea – Easter Oreo Balls Recipe

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Now that Valentine’s Day is over the stores are getting filled with everything Easter.  After falling in love with the delicious LEGO cake pops I have been wanting to try other recipes where you dip your creations in chocolate.  And what could be better then dipping and decorating Oreo Balls for Easter?

This recipe really only needs 3 ingredients: Oreos, cream cheese, and chocolate.  It is that simple to make these tasty Easter Oreo Balls!  It is best to use chocolate wafers which are made to melt at low temperatures and easy to work with.  I picked up white and milk chocolate wafers for dipping and a few other colours for decorating at my local bulk food store.  You can also order them online and have them delivered right to your door.  For your base chocolate layer there are so many options including White Chocolate, 70-Percent Dark Chocolate and milk chocolate wafers.No-bake Easter Oreo Eggs Recipe via LittleMissKate.ca

Remember to melt the wafers in the microwave at 50% power for short bursts 15-30 seconds.  NEVER add water or milk to the wafers it will cause them to seize, if they are too thick add a bit of oil to help thin them out.  You can use fork, tooth picks or dipping tool to help you coat the Oreo balls.  Tip: When decorating the Easter Oreo Balls use a clean dry paint brush to do any “touch ups” as needed.

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Easter Oreo Balls Recipe

A fun and tasty Easter Dessert Idea - Easter Oreo Balls. This no-bake recipe will be a hit with the whole family. Kids will have fun decorating these delicious edible eggs.
Course Dessert
Prep Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours
Servings 10
Author LittleMissKate.ca

Ingredients

  • 1 Box of Oreo Cookies
  • 1 - 8 oz Package of Cream Cheese softened
  • 2 cups White or milk chocolate wafers
  • 1/4 cup Coloured chocolate wafers a variety of colours

Instructions

  • Place Oreos in a food processor or blender. Pulse until they become crumbs.
  • Transfer to bowl and mix in cream cheese until you have a dough like consistency. You may not need all of the cream cheese, add a bit at a time and work it in.
  • Take approx 1 tbsp of dough and shape into a ball, or if you wish an egg shape
  • Refrigerate for 1 hr
  • Melt coating chocolate on medium power in microwave, stirring frequently
  • Coat balls with chocolate, placed on wax paper lined tray.
  • Refrigerate for 30 mins
  • Melt coloured wafers just a few at a time and use to decorate the oreo balls. Can use tooth picks or clean dry paint brushes to create designs. If chocolate starts getting hard, microwave for 15 seconds on medium power to melt it again
  • Refrigerate until firm. Store in a sealed container in the fridge.

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Enjoy making this delicious treat with your kids, they will have a blast decorating the Easter Oreo Eggs!  Of course if you need any more Easter Dessert Ideas then there are always the Birds Nest Mini Cheesecakes, Rice Krispie Nests, or Easter Kit Kat Cake.

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Originally Published March 2013

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