No bake Blueberry Pie Truffles recipe with cinnamon and white chocolate are easy to make but hard to stop eating!
Blueberry Pie Oreo Truffles
Okay, so I know it’s a little late for season, but I figured we were closing in on truffle season, so I figured I’d share anyway. Plus these Blueberry Pie Oreo Truffles are really delicious, so you’ll pretty much want to devour them all the time.
Have you ever had Oreo truffles before? They are really really REALLY good. I first had them at a Christmas Eve family get-together when one of my cousins-in-law brought them. And right there in that instant I fell in love. They are sweet and creamy and smooth. Since then, Oreo has come out with a ton of other flavors. Though I have not tried them all, I did love these blueberry pie ones. Especially combined with cream cheese and cinnamon and coated in white chocolate.
Want to make them? You just need 4 ingredients to make these Blueberry Pie Oreo Truffles AND they’re no bake. So they are both delicious and super simple. You do need a food processor to process the ingredients into one creamy smooth mixture, but they’re actually pretty cheap. This is the one I have and love. I’ve had it for 5 years now, with no problems and lots of use, and it’s still going strong!
One more tip before you get going. Be very careful and follow the directions for melting the chocolate chips. If you try to microwave it too much or too much at once, the chocolate gets really stiff and impossible to work with.
Tell me in the comments. What’s your favorite Oreo flavor?
Blueberry Pie Oreo Truffles Recipe
- 1 10.7 ounce package vanilla sandwich cookies (about 20-25 cookies)
- 1 (8 ounce) package blueberry cream cheese
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 2 cups white chocolate chips divided
- Use a food processor to process all Oreo cookies into fine crumbs. Reserve 1/4 cup crumbs and set aside.
- Add cream cheese, cut into chunks, and cinnamon into the food processor with the Oreos. Process until smooth, like cookie dough.
- Use a portion scoop to scoop into tablespoon size balls or roll individually by hand. Place on wax paper on a baking sheet and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
- Remove from fridge and heat 1 cup of white chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl in 30 second intervals, stirring in between each interval. These short heating spurts helps the chocolate from getting burned.
- Dip balls into chocolate with a fork and coat evenly. Place onto wax paper and sprinkle with reserved crumbs.
- Once that bowl of chocolate is gone, heat another bowl and cover all remaining truffles. I do this because the crumbs seem to get into the chocolate mix and make the truffles bumpy.
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