It’s time for another year of cookie exchanges! Last year was my first year participating in the blogger cookie exchange and I am so excited to be doing it again! This year my recipe is SO easy!! I’m sharing no-bake oreo balls and I promise they are so yummy…I’ve been eating them all week.
Here’s how it works…each blogger showcases another blogger and their recipe at the bottom of their post. You will find a photo, the recipe name, and a link to their site. There are 9 total bloggers participating in the virtual cookie exchange, so by the end, you’ll have 10 new cookie recipes this holiday season. I definitely recommend checking out all of the girls to find your new favorite recipe!
I know no-bake Oreo balls are not a new recipe but I wanted to put my twist on them. Personally, I’m not a huge Oreo person so I opted for the vanilla Oreos instead of the traditional. What I LOVE about this recipe is that there so many ways to customize it. You can add sprinkles on the inside of the dough for a fun surprise, you can do peppermint extract in the chocolate or opt for candy canes as a topping, truly the possibilities are endless!
If you make these “cookies” this year definitely tag me in your creations so I can see!
No-Bake Oreo Balls
No-Bake Oreo Balls Recipe
- 1 Package Vanilla Oreos Could Substitute for Regular Oreos
- 8 oz Cream Cheese
- 16 oz White Chocolate Almond Mark
- Peppermint Extract
- Crushed Candy Canes
- Chop the 36 Oreos by hand or in a food processor.
- Place the cream cheese and crushed Oreos in a food processor and process until combined.
- Scoop out small parts of the mixture and roll into 48 1" balls. Place the balls on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Freeze for 20 minutes, or until hardened.
- Melt the almond bark (optional add-in peppermint extract) in the microwave at 30-second increments, stirring between each one.
- Once melted, dip each ball in it with a fork, scraping the bottom.
- Roll in peppermint candies or add sprinkles and put the ball on the parchment paper.
- Let harden and enjoy
Check out my friend Shelby at Glitter and Gingham for her Gingerbread Christmas Tree Cookies.
Laura Leigh says
sign me up for anything Oreo! these sound amazing & are adorable. love the tin you placed them in as well!
xo Laura Leigh
Jessica Camerata says
I’m a sucker for an oreo ball, why are they so damn good!? I’ve actually NEVER made them, they seem so so easy.
an indigo day
Shelby Back says
Oooo I love oreo ANYTHING!! I need to try these asap!
Yes-o Oreo! Definitely trying these out!
Mary Margaret says
Yummy! A good recipe to adapt for any season!
Jessica Noe says
These look so delicious!
Sounds so good! I love all things Oreo!
I love Oreo balls!
Oreo balls are my go to every Christmas! Can’t wait to make some this year! 🎄
Ooh I love a good Oreo ball!!
My favorite cookie is a frosted sugar cookie or a snickerdoodle! I’ll have to try this recipe! 💕
Michelle L says
I love anything with oreos! I’ll have to try this.
Riley Egan says
I’ve made these before! They’re delicious and I love that I don’t have to actually bake anything!
I have actually never had an Oreo ball 🤦🏼♀️ Maybe I should make them this year!
Lori Kallen says
Those looks delicious! We are making cookies tomorrow as a family, with my MIL! I’ll have to add these to our staples!
Looks so easy and fun!
Susan Christy says
I don’t know if these are truly a Christmas cookie but I first had them at a holiday cookie exchange a gazillion years ago. And I’ve been making them ever since. Reese’s Temptations, made with peanut butter cookie dough in a mini muffin pan, with a Reese’s miniature pushed down in the middle when they come out of the oven. They are super easy and so so good!
MMM, oreos. Plus these sound so easy! Love that aspect. Adding to my must-bake list! xx
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I’ve never had them with vanilla Oreos! That sounds great to me because I’m not a fan of regular Oreos. I have used peanut butter Oreos before. I also am a big fan of how easy these are to make.