These truffles contain only 3 ingredients: live, laugh and love *monkey emoji*. Only messin it’s actually oreos, cream cheese and choccie, and they are soooo quick to make and even quicker scoff.
I decided to make mine into little pandas, not really sure why, I just got the urge, but you can decorate with whatever tickles your pickle.
Fun fact about pandas, they poo on average 40 times a day!!! Their pipes must be clean as a whistle, wish I could say the same, my iron tablets are clogging me up like no tomorrow. 😦
Before we get crackalackin, here’s this week’s KG:
First of all, I hope you all approve of my new identity. It was a sad day changing from BTB but I think it was a strategic career move from me.
Secondly, it’s another lockdown which means more questionable online purchases. Last night’s deal was a posture corrector in a desperate attempt to solve my Quasimodo back. It’s like a full on back brace, but nothing I can’t pull off. Will keep you all updated with the results, if I’m not a model in a month I’m going to be FUMIN.
Ok recipe time…
- 24 oreos
- 160g full fat cream cheese
- optional – 1 tbsp icing sugar
- 200g white choc, 100g dark choc
Method – makes 10 golf ball sized truffles, triple the recipe if you live with Vic Fletcher
- Choose your weapon to crush the oreos e.g. blender, rolling pin
- make sure they’re finely crushed, you don’t want bitty truffles
- plop your cream cheese into the crushed biccies and stir
- I like to sweeten mine a bit more with 1 tbsp icing sugar but if you’re not addicted to sugar like me then you can skip this bit
- form into balls – size is up to you, I made mine golf ball sized
- place on a tray lined with baking paper/tin foil
- pop in the freezer for 15 mins
- whilst they’re chillaxin, get melting your choccie
- take the chilled ballz out and coat in the choccie, I use a fork to get them out so some of the choc can drip off
- top tip – if you’re coating in the white choc I would melt your choccie in batches because it can get a bit dirty from the oreo balls, so just melt enough to coat 1 or 2 truffles at a time!
- if you’re a bit random and also want to make them into pandas, I did the face with white and dark choc and just used a cocktail stick to draw it on, and carved the ears out of an oreo using a knife (or you can just nibble it into shape)
- if you don’t pandas then let your creative juices flow and decorate any way you like!
- let them set up a bit more in the fridge
Recipe inspired by Cooking Classy – recipe here Oreo Balls Oreo Truffles – Cooking Classy
And that’s it for today. Soz I’ve not done a blog in SO long, new year’s resolution is to write more so keep your little eyes peeled!
Hope you all have a fabby week
Lots of luv, Han, KG xxx