Mummified Oreo Cream Cheese Truffles

One Mummified Oreo Truffle sits on a spattered dark baking sheet.

These no bake Mummified Oreo Cream Cheese Truffles will be the life of your Halloween party. Simply mix, roll, and dip them. Then, get ready for the fun part…decorating with candy eyes and chocolate mummy bandages.

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Six Mummified white Oreo Truffle with candy eyes sit on a spattered dark baking sheet.

Easy Oreo Cream Cheese Truffles…Mummfied!

If you’re searching for an easy way to add some spooky intrigue to your Halloween table, you have found it! These Oreo Cream Cheese Truffles contain very few, easy to find ingredients and are a lot of fun to make.

Everyone loves the classic Oreo cookie. Imagine that delicious cookie flavour mixed with cream cheese as though it was an oreo cheesecake. Yep, these truffles are that good. Best of all, they are ‘no bake’ treats you can whip up while other things are baking in the oven.

Two white chocolate mummified white chocolate oreo truffles with candy eyes sit in a glass.

Oreo Cream Cheese Truffle Ingredients

Each ingredient that goes into these Oreo Truffles is available at your nearest grocery store. There’s nothing fancy about this sweet treat, other than the candy eyes.

  • Oreo Cookies
  • Cream Cheese
  • Vanilla Extract
  • Salt
  • White Chocolate Chips
  • Vegetable Oil
  • Candy Eyes

For this recipe, you will use the whole cookie. The the icing layer brings a bit of moisture and helps to form the cookie into balls. Use regular Oreos only, as ‘Double Stuf’ have too much filling and will compromise the texture of the final product.

Oreo truffle balls sit on a baking sheet prior to being coated in white chocolate.

This recipe was developed using a full fat block of cream cheese. Please do not substitute the low fat version as it will not have the right consistency to form stable truffle balls.

Pro tip: Cut the cream cheese block up and have it at room temperature before adding it to the food processor. This will help the mixture come together quicker.

Use a high quality vanilla extract for the best flavour. Imitation vanilla extract does not have the depth of flavour required for most recipes. Buy the good stuff and thank me later.

Why Should I Add Salt to Sweet Recipes?

In short, salt is a flavour enhancer. It enhances the flavour of any recipe, savoury or sweet. While you don’t want the truffles to actually taste salty, the addition of salt will enhance the chocolate flavour of the Oreo cookies.

An oreo truffle ball being coated in melted white chocolate.

While there is no sugar added to this recipe, the Oreos are quite sweet. Salt is needed to balance that sweetness. Instead of tasting like sugary sweet bombs, the truffles have a more balanced chocolate cheesecake flavour.

Furthermore, if you want to get a science-y, the salt will emulsify the fats in the cream cheese and stabilize them. Salt brings all of the other ingredients together and reduces oily textures.

White Chocolate Chips vs. Candy Melts

While this recipe specifies melting white chocolate chips, then blending them with vegetable oil, you can also use candy melts.

The difference between the two products is that high quality white chocolate chips (known as couverture) will contain only cocoa solids and cocoa butter. Candy melts are a compound chocolate and already contain an added amount of vegetable fats.

Allowing excess white chocolate to drip from a freshly dipped oreo truffle.

Couverture must be properly tempered (melted to a key temperature, then recrystallized) in order to result in the desired high gloss hard shelled finished product.

Compound chocolate can simply be melted and used immediately without the process of tempering. Although it is considered to be lower in quality, beginners often choose to use compound chocolate when preparing bonbons as the process of tempering is a lengthy and high-level skill.

How to Make Oreo Cream Cheese Truffles

Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil, parchment, or wax paper and set aside.

Pulse (whole) Oreo cookies in the bowl of a food processor or high powered blender until they are pulverized into fine crumbs. Alternatively crush Oreos in a ziploc bag with a rolling pin.

Next, add cream cheese, vanilla, and salt, and pulse (or mix) until the oreo mixture becomes moist and clumps together.

Six Mummified white Oreo Truffle with candy eyes sit on a spattered dark baking sheet.

Using a large melon baller, small cookie dough scoop, or measuring spoon, scoop a tablespoon of the Oreos cream cheese mixture, then roll it into a ball with your hands. Repeat with the remaining mixture and place the balls about 2 inches apart onto the prepared cookie sheet.

Pop the Oreo balls into your fridge and chill for about 30 minutes. You can also freeze them for about 15-20 minutes, if preferred.

Meanwhile, melt the white chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl. Start with 30 seconds in the microwave, then stir. Continue microwaving in 10-15 second intervals (stirring in between each interval)until they are 80% melted.

Let sit briefly, then stir to allow the heat of the melted chocolate to melt the remainder of the chocolate. When the white chocolate is fully melted, add in the vegetable oil and continue stirring until the mixture becomes smooth and creamy.

Six Mummified white Oreo Truffle with candy eyes sit on a spattered dark baking sheet.

Working as quickly, but as thoroughly as possible, dip truffles into the white chocolate. Use a fork to lift the Oreo ball out of the white chocolate coating and allow the excess chocolate to drip off into the bowl.

Place the coated Oreo truffles back onto the parchment paper and repeat the process until all of the balls are coated.

Decorating Mummified Oreo Cream Cheese Truffles

Place two eyes on the top of each truffle and allow the coating to harden on your counter for about 30 minutes, or in the freezer for around 15 minutes.

Pour the excess white chocolate into a zip lock baggie and seal. Snip off one corner of the bag (make a very small snip!) and pipe the white chocolate over the prepared truffles to create a bandaged, mummy-like appearance.

Allow the finished truffles to harden completely before serving.

Two white chocolate mummified white chocolate oreo truffles with candy eyes sit in a glass.

How to Store Oreo Cream Cheese Truffles

These truffles will keep for 7-10 days in an airtight container in the fridge. They also freeze really well, making them a great ‘make ahead’ Halloween option.

To freeze, simply store in an airtight container and place them in the freezer for up to two month. Enjoy from frozen or thaw briefly before serving.

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Yield: 3 dozen truffles

Mummified Oreo Cream Cheese Truffles

Six Mummified white Oreo Truffle with candy eyes sit on a spattered dark baking sheet.

These no bake Mummified Oreo Cream Cheese Truffles will be the life of your Halloween party. Simply mix, roll, and dip them. Then, get ready for the fun part...decorating with candy eyes and chocolate mummy bandages.

Prep Time 1 hour
Cook Time 2 minutes
Additional Time 45 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 47 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 package Oreo Cookies
  • 8oz block cream cheese
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 24 oz white chocolate chips
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • candy eyes

Instructions

  1. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil or parchment paper. Set aside.
  2. Place the Oreo cookies (whole) in the bowl of a food processor or high powered blender. Process until they become fine crumbs.
  3. Add the cream cheese, vanilla extract, and salt. Pulse until moistened and all is combined.
  4. Scoop out a tablespoon of Oreo mixture then roll it into a ball with your hands. Place on the lined baking sheet.
  5. Repeat with remaining mixture and space the balls out with two inch gaps in between.
  6. Chill in the fridge for 30 minutes or place in the freezer for 15-20 minutes.
  7. Meanwhile, melt the white chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl. Start with 30 seconds in the microwave, then stir. Continue microwaving in 10-15 second intervals (and stirring after each interval) until the chocolate is 90% melted, then stop and continue stirring.
  8. Stir the vegetable oil into the melted white chocolate until it is completely incorporated.
  9. Work quickly to submerge each Oreo ball into the white chocolate. Use a fork to lift the coated balls out of the chocolate and allow excess to drip off.
  10. Place the coated balls onto the lined baking sheet as you finish them.
  11. Stick two candy eyes to the top of each coated ball. Using a clean pair of tweezers allows for ease and precision.
  12. Allow the coating to harden at room temperature for 30 minutes or for 15 minutes in your freezer.
  13. Pour remaining white chocolate into a zip loc baggie, remove the air and seal. Snip a (very small!) corner off the bag and pipe the chocolate over the truffles, creating a mummy bandaged effect.
  14. Allow truffles to harden completely before serving.

Notes

  • Use white almond bark or candy melts in place of white chocolate chips if desired. Just omit the vegetable oil from the recipe, as it’s used to soften the white chocolate to make it easier to work with.



Nutrition Information:

Yield:

36

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving:Calories: 133Total Fat: 9gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 10mgSodium: 53mgCarbohydrates: 12gFiber: 0gSugar: 12gProtein: 2g

Nutritional calculation was provided by Nutritionix and is an estimation only. For special diets or medical issues please use your preferred calculator.

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24 comments

  1. Brianna

    These were a hit at my son’s Halloween party!

    Reply

    1. Bernice Hill

      Excellent to hear Brianna. Happy Halloween!

      Reply

  2. Jeri

    These look like so much fun to make! I’m going to make them with my kids this weekend!

    Reply

    1. Bernice Hill

      Wonderful…I hope you kids have a blast making and eating them.

      Reply

  3. Freya

    These are so fun so make, the kids loved getting in a mess but they looked so effective once set!

    Reply

    1. Bernice Hill

      Oh yes I can just imagine the mess. I’m sure they had a ball making one.

      Reply

  4. Cathleen

    These truffles are so stinking cute!! I am definitely making them for Halloween, thank you so much for the recipe 🙂

    Reply

    1. Bernice Hill

      Ha! Thank you so much. I happen to think they are cute too but I may be biased.

      Reply

  5. Agnieszka

    These look so fun and easy to make! I’m going to get my kids make them for Halloween for sure. They love Oreos!

    Reply

    1. Bernice Hill

      Yes! If they love Oreos, they will for sure love these fun truffles.

      Reply

  6. Mihaela | https://theworldisanoyster.com/

    Fab! I’m making a batch with my kid; it’s going to be super fun for both!

    Reply

    1. Bernice Hill

      I agree! I hope you both have an excellent Halloween weekend Mihaela.

      Reply

  7. Linda

    These truffles are so easy to make and so fun. Plus, who can say no to Oreos?

    Reply

    1. Bernice Hill

      The answer is ‘no one’! Thanks for trying the truffles Linda.

      Reply

  8. Jessica

    I love truffles and these are so stinky cute. They will be the perfect last-minute addition to our Halloween treat platter! My kids are going to get a kick out ’em.

    Reply

    1. Bernice Hill

      I hope they do! Happy Halloween.

      Reply

  9. Liz

    These are just darling little mummies!

    Reply

  10. nancy

    these are so friggin CUTE!! I’m super late on Halloween this year also! But these are perfect any day!

    Reply

    1. Bernice Hill

      I agree. I think they could be easily converted to a Christmas recipe with a few sprinkles.

      Reply

  11. Chandice

    These are sooooo cute and so dang way to make. Perfect little Halloween treat!

    Reply

    1. Bernice Hill

      Yes!! They’re really easy to make and cute, too.

      Reply

  12. Terri

    I love how deadly CUTE and easy these guys are!

    Reply

    1. Bernice Hill

      Thanks Terri, I think they are pretty cute too.

      Reply

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