Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls

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The leaves are changing colors and the temperatures are cooling. Fall is in the air.  I love Fall for so many reasons.  Making yummy treats is just one!  We host Thanksgiving each year here at my house.  I always love finding a fun dessert or treat to share with my family.  OREO Cookies Balls are perfect.  Easy enough to make and oh so good.  To really embrace Fall, I created Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls.  The kids went crazy for these fun treats.  I must admit I was worried I would eat them all at one time.
 
 
Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls
 

 Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls

Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls

We love shopping at Walmart.  It is close to the house and has almost everything we love.  And of course they have OREOS! The aisles are clearly marked to make shopping easy.  Find the cookie aisle and you will find OREOS.   

Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls

What I used:

Vanilla OREOS

Vanilla Candy Coating- you can also use vanilla chips.  I am lazy and love the microwave tray that comes with the candy coating.

Cream Cheese

Food coloring

Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls

What to do:

Add 1 package of OREOS (or 36 cookies) to a ziploc bag.  Mash them up.  I then poured them into a bowl to finish crushing.  There are many ways to crush up the cookies.  Find one you like and go for it.  

Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls

Once the OREOS are crushed you are ready to move on to the next step.

Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls


I left my cream cheese out on the counter to soften up before I added it to the cookies.

Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls


Mix cream cheese and crushed cookies well.  Then make little balls.  I used a cookie scoop to help me but rolling them in your hands works great too.

Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls

I laid wax paper over a plate and placed the rolled cookie balls on it.  Once I had them all ready, I placed them in the freezer.

Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls

Now for the fun part.  This part does take some time but the end result is awesome, CANDY CORN OREO COOKIE BALLS! 

Melt the candy coating and cover all the cookie balls. Place back on wax paper.  Once they are completed let dry.  Since it took me a few minutes to dip each one the cookie balls were dry and ready for the next coating.  

Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls

Next melt more candy coating and add yellow food coloring.  Now dip the end of the OREO ball into the yellow.  I used a spoon to help a little.  Place them back on the waxed paper.

Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls

Now for the final coating.  Melt more candy coating and add red and yellow food coloring to it and mix.  Now dip the very bottom of the Cookie Ball in the orange candy coating. Place back on wax paper.  Once all are dipped place them in fridge for an hour.  Last, serve to your family and friends.  Or keep them for yourself, lol. I look forward to making these again.  

Candy Corn OREO Cookie Balls
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There are so many ways to make cookie balls.  Click OREO to see more amazing ideas on how to make these fun for Fall.
 
 
 
OFFICIAL OREO COOKIE BALL RECIPEcopy and paste to print it out
Ingredients:
  • pkg (8 oz.) brick cream cheese, softened
  • 36 OREO Cookies, finely crushed (about 3 cups)
  • pkg. (4 oz. each) semi-sweet baking chocolate, melted
Make it!
  • MIX cream cheese and cookie crumbs until blended.
  • SHAPE into 48 (1-inch) balls. Freeze 10 min. Dip balls in melted chocolate; place in single layer in shallow waxed paper-lined pan.
  • CUSTOMIZE it with your own ingredient additions or decorative skills.
  • REFRIGERATE 1 hour or until firm.
 
 
 

 

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