Craving dairy-free truffles? But they cost a fortune or seem too hard to make yourself?
We’ve got you covered! These truffles take just three ingredients and fifteen minutes.
Just make sure the cookies you use are milk-free. See ingredients below.
If your food allergy family is enjoying Oreo cookies on the regular,
you may be ready to take things to the next level.
OREO TRUFFLES, baby. Woohoo!
That’s right, the kiddos and I got to work making these fun treats for Christmas.
But they’d be good anytime of year.
Simply grab your favorite allergy-safe Oreo flavor, not all Oreos are dairy-free so read all labels.
Then grab your favorite dairy-free cream cheese (there are tons now!),
and grab some powdered sugar.
That’s it, you’re good to go.
These literally take 15 minutes, just 3 ingredients, the perfect last-minute treat.
Even kids can help make them.
And they absolutely love Oreos in this fun, new way…
especially if Oreo has been one of your few safe cookies for years and years.
We dipped our Oreo truffles in powered sugar instead of in melted chocolate because it’s so much easier and cheaper.
I conserve expensive dairy-free chocolate for when it’s absolutely necessary.
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Your kids are going to love you for this…
and you’re going to catch yourself nibbling on them, too.
They don’t taste dairy-free! We made sure of that.
See the recipe below.
And see our video in this post!
STORING OREO TRUFFLES
I keep our Oreo truffles in an airtight container in the refrigerator for good measure.
When pulling them out to enjoy, you may want to let them come to room temperature before snacking.
DAIRY-FREE OREO TRUFFLES
Makes 20 Truffles
OREO TRUFFLE INGREDIENTS
20 crushed Oreos
1/4 container (2 oz) of dairy-free cream cheese
1/4 cup powdered sugar
HOW TO MAKE OREO TRUFFLES
Crush 20 Oreos in a food processor or in a baggie with a rolling pen or meat tenderizer. My boys love the job of beating the cookies to death.
Blend together the crushed Oreos and cream cheese. I use my Kitchen Aid mixer (affiliate) on high speed.
Form the mixture into 1″ balls. A melon baller works great. (affiliate)
Roll truffles in powdered sugar.
Tap excess sugar off each truffle.
May be served immediately.
This was originally posted in December 2014.