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These 4-ingredient Oreo truffles are very simple to prepare and the perfect budget-friendly gift! These very simple chocolate truffles are perfect for Christmas, Valentine’s Day, or any occasion.

It doesn’t mean you can’t be opulent just because you’re penniless. Take, for example, Broke Girl Oreo Truffles.

There are just four ingredients in these Oreo cookie truffles, and they’re all cheap, cheap, cheap. A package of Oreos, some cream cheese, a little coconut oil, and 1 cup of chocolate chips are all you need. And there you have it: you can be amazing. When I was in college, I used to make these truffles since I couldn’t afford to purchase good chocolate but still wanted something special. They were a hit with my pals, and I felt like a genuine Martha Stewart.

I topped these babies with rose hips, which can be found in the bulk department of Whole Foods for less than $0.50 since they are so light. However, Oreo crumbs or nothing at all may be used as a garnish. If you put them in an airtight container, they’ll keep for a long time in the fridge. As a result, you may ration them for many weeks. Heheh.


Oreo Truffles: How to Make Them

Make the Oreo truffle filling by pulsing the Oreos (cream and all) until they resemble a fine powder in a food processor. Pulse in the softened cream cheese and a bit of salt until everything comes together.

Roll out the Oreo cookie truffles using a tablespoon and lay them on a parchment paper-lined baking pan to cool. Refrigerate the pan for 30 minutes once you’ve finished rolling all of the truffles.

Microwave the dark chocolate chips and a little amount of coconut oil until totally melted at the end of the chilling time (the coconut oil prevents the chocolate coating from becoming too hard).

Dip and decorate the truffles – Dip the Oreo truffles one at a time into the chocolate coating with a fork. Remove the truffles from the baking dish and shake off any leftover chocolate. While the chocolate is still wet, top the truffles with rose hips and Oreo cookie crumbs. Return the tray to the refrigerator to set the chocolate covering, then enjoy!


What’s the best way to package these Oreo truffles?

These Oreo truffles make a fantastic food present. These truffles are always a terrific choice, whether you’re giving them to your significant other for Valentine’s Day, your mother for Christmas, or your best friend for her birthday!

I recommend purchasing a packet of nice cellophane baggies from the supermarket to wrap these truffles (grocery stores usually sell these around the holidays, and places like Target should carry them year-round). Fill the baggie with a few truffles and close it with a ribbon.

If you’re giving them to someone who enjoys DIY projects, include a message that says something like, “This coupon may be used for one Oreo Truffle baking session.” You’re providing a tangible present as well as the gift of spending an afternoon with you!


I’m going to see my bestie Ambitious Kitchen in Chicago for a week. We have a rather packed schedule, so if you have any ideas for places to dine, please share them in the comments section below!

I love you everyone and wish you a wonderful remainder of your week!



  • 30 cookies oreos
  • 6 ounces softened cream cheese
  • a pinch of salt
  • 1 cup chocolate chips, dark
  • 1 tbsp coconut butter
  • rose hips that have been dried


  1. Pulse oreos in a food processor until they resemble a fine powder. Pulse in the cream cheese and salt until the mixture is homogeneous.
  2. Take a rounded spoonful of truffle and roll it into a ball in your palm. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes after placing on a parchment-lined baking sheet.
  3. Melt chocolate chips and coconut oil in a microwave-safe dish in 20 second increments until completely melted.
  4. Scoop each truffle with a big fork, similar to a spatula, and dip into the molten chocolate. If any additional chocolate spills back into the dish, tap the fork lightly against the edge of the bowl. Return each truffle to the baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
  5. More oreo crumbles and dried rose hips on top. Return to the fridge for another 30 minutes or until completely stiffened.

Here are some more simple dessert recipes:

Red Velvet Cake for Two in 30 Minutes

Cups of Peanut Butter Fluff

Truffles made with chocolate and peanut butter

Chocolate Cake in 30 Minutes for Two

Fudge with salted pretzels and Nutella


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