Monday, November 1, 2010

Dream Balls AKA Oreo Balls

I do hope all of you had a
Ours was quiet with hardly any
Trick'er Treters at all.
Not unusual for my neighborhood, though!
That's okay.
More candy for the rest of us, right?

We had a friend deliver to us some of these Oreo Balls a few weeks ago.
It was love at first bite!
My daughter and daughter-in-law decided
that Halloween night
would be a great time to try out the
recipe out for the first time.
They really aren't that pretty looking being our first time but they were....

In fact, we renamed them...
Dream Balls.
They leave us dream'n for MORE when they're gone!

Deam no's what they did.

You will need:
**1 Package of Oreos (I think we will try the chocolate variety next time)
**1 Large package cream cheese, softened
**Almond bark in white or milk chocolate...or both!

That's it.

**Crush the Oreos. 
Some recipes call for you to
separate the cookie from the cream
and then crush the cookies and mix the cream filling
with the cream cheese.
They didn't and it all turned out fine
but may we will try it that way next time to see
if there is any difference.  I suspect it would
make a better presentation.
**Add crushed Oreos to the cream cheese.
** Roll into small balls.
**Referigerate until nice and firm.
**Melt the chocolate per directions on package
**Dip balls into chocolate (we put them on toothpicks for easier handling)
**Place on waxed paper and refrigerate until they are really cold.

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I am attending these LINKIE PARTIES

This recipe was featured on
New Nostalgia


  1. Those sound yummy. I will definitely have to give them a try! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  2. I love oreo balls--they are my favorite!!

  3. That is an excellent name for them. By the way, I'm holding a CSN giveaway on my blog and you're welcome to come by and enter.

  4. I made these last Christmas and they were a hit. Come check out my blog too... we'd love for you to share a pumpkin recipe if you have one!

  5. My teens love these I have never made them but believe I will now . I am also a new follower of yours eager to see whats coming up next

  6. I love to serve these...and I've never met one person who didn't love 'em!!

  7. You know, I've seen so many of these recipes on the web, but never tried them. You make it sound so easy, I may have to give them a try. Have you ever tried chocolate covered Oreos? We love those at Christmastime.

  8. Oh, these sound delicious! I'm going to have to give these a try.

  9. yum! I can't wait to try these!

  10. There's only 1 word for these treats....YUM!!! I have got to make these for my next potluck at work! So glad you shared this recipe, girly!!
    ~Terrell @ Frou Frou Decor~

  11. I bet my husband would love these! I will have to try them sometime!

  12. What a great idea! I plan to try this for Thanksgiving! Thanks for sharing!

  13. Oreos are my husband's favorite cookie so I'll have to save this to make as a special treat sometime.

  14. mmm, these look great. Our Halloween was just the opposite of your H'ween. My hubby counted over 250 trick-or-treaters!!! Yikes!

    I'd love for you to add this to my ”Sweets This Week” Link Party. Have a great weekend.


  15. I have to tell you that I totally came over because the name of these was hilarious! I am soooo glad I did though. These sound delicious!


  16. Hello! Sign my up! Those look amazing. Thanks for sharing them over at Tuesday Tell All.

  17. Those look totally sinful!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!

  18. Your post got most clicked on at "AP Tuesday" @ New Nostalgia! You will be featured this week. Thanks for linking up!

  19. Greetings! I am your newest Follower. :)
    I am going to try these Dream Balls of yours -- thanks for sharing!
    Best regards,

  20. These look so yummy! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites! I'm featuring you this week! Come grab my featured button if you'd like one.

  21. now those are totally yum:) have a nice weekend!


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