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Riley's Oreo Balls Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Britt Bourgeois
Added: Thursday, April 12, 2007

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1 pack Oreo's
1- 8oz Phili Cream Cheese (room temp)
1 pk Almond Bark

Directions:
Directions:
Take 1 pk of Oreo’s, Grind finely
Take 1 8oz Phili Cream Cheese – room temp. (softened). Mix Oreo’s and cream cheese in bowl with your hands – that’s the messy part, cause you get oreo’s stuck under your fingers – looks like you’ve been playing in the mud! Roll in small balls – put on wax paper. Then stick a toothpick in each and put in freezer to harden, not freeze just firm! Then you take one pack of the Almond Bark (it comes like a big heresy kiss bar, in breakable squares. It’s thick. – buy the morsels and baking bars)!

You take the Almond Bark and you have to melt it (a double boiler – glass bowl on top of pot) – it can be tricky, you have to get it while its melted right away, cause the more you heat it will caramelized, and then it will be no good. You can add food coloring to the melted Almond Bark.

Then take the balls, hold the toothpick and dip in the melted almond bark.

Then place dipped balls on wax paper, let it firm then take the toothpick out and put in container in fridge, then you can pull them out to serve or snack on.

Very easy, just the melting of the almond bark can get tricky.

 

 

 

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