Spring Oreo Truffles

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  • Prep Time
  • The Crushing
  • The Cheese
  • Gather one 16 ounce package of Oreos, one 8 ounce package of cream cheese, two 8 ounce packages white chocolate, colored sprinkles, 2 medium bowls one glass and one plastic, multiple small bowls, a wooden spoon, a baking sheet, and wax paper. (shot type bird's eye view)
  • The Roll
  • Crush 36 Oreo cookies to fine crumbs. Any leftover cookies are free to be eaten. This can be done by putting the cookies in a sealed plastic bag and hitting them with a rolling pin. Place the crushed cookies in medium bowl. (shot type OTS to POV)
  • The Melt
  • Mix in cream cheese with the crushed cookies. This can be done with a nice big wooden spoon. Make sure that cream cheese is fully incorporated before continuing. (shot type tilt of cream cheese going in then close up of the bowl getting mixed up)
  • Now it's time to roll! You are going to grab about a tablespoon of oreo mixture and rollout into a ball about 1 inch in diameter. By the end you should have about 42 balls. Than place on a baking sheet lined with wax paper. ( POv of an example of rolling the balls and then a MS of Reese and Brianna rolling the balls and then a close up of the finished balls.
  • Open your packages of white chocolate and place them in a glass bowl. Cover the bowl with wax paper and place in microwave. Heat chocolate for 30 seconds, stir, then heat for a final 30 seconds. Allow chocolate to cool before continuing. ( Pov)
  • Put your colored sprinkles in the small bowls, with each color in a different bowl. Move chocolate bowl over to your decorating location. First, pick up one of the Oreo balls and dip in the chocolate. Then, grab a handful of sprinkles and drop them on the ball. It's best to do this over the cookie sheet so that there is not a mess. Repeat until finished. ( shot type POV to over the shoulder)
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