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No Bake Oreo Truffles

These No Bake Oreo Truffles are decadent chocolate cake balls stuffed with gooey Oreo and cream cheese filling. Made with only 3 key ingredients, they are easy to make, and it doesn’t even require switching on the oven!

Oh, Oreo Truffles, how I love thee…If you ever have a bad day, these Oreo balls will sure make everything better!

a plate full of Oreo truffles with decorations on top

Looking for more sweets and treats? Don’t forget to also check out some of my other favorites: Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge, Chocolate Marshmallow Cookies and Peanut Butter Rice Krispie Treats.

We love Oreo Truffles!

Why I love these No Bake Oreo Truffles:

  • You heard it right. These are indeed no bake Oreo Truffles! Think serious summer heat coming up, and you can get oh-so delish desserts without switching on that heat-producing-device call the oven. Winning.
  • Only THREE ingredients! Which translates to easy peasy. You can top the oreo cream cheese truffles with additional ingredients such as sprinkles and/or melted white chocolate to make them look prettier like I did in Exhibit A (below), but you really only need three key ingredients to make these No Bake Oreo Truffles taste wowza – lots of chocolate chips, lots of Oreos and a block of cream cheese.
  • Pure deliciousness! Not to mention addictive, like makes-you-dream-about-it addictive. They are kinda like chocolate covered Oreo cake balls. To say I have developed an obsession with these No Bake Oreo Truffles is an understatement.

No Bake Oreo Balls

The person responsible for all this Oreo Truffle/ Oreo Ball business is my friend, Lisa.

a plate of no bake oreo truffles
Exhibit A

John and I have been eating copious amount of Oreo Truffles since the day she made it for a party years ago. Let’s just say we loved every single bite of it, and so did our waistlines.

Lisa got this recipe from her mom, who got it from somebody else.

So the bottom line is, we really don’t know where this No Bake Oreo Truffles recipe came from, but I would like to take a minute and just give sincere gratitude to Lisa, Lisa’s mom and that anonymous person who invented these glorious truffles, because these no bake Oreo Truffles are LIFE.

And that produces pure delight, joy and happiness for mankind.

How to Make No Bake Oreo Truffles

Let me just say this though. Prior to this, I would never in a million years mix Oreo and cream cheese together, but I’m telling you, some things just work, and THIS is one of them.

Together they make this sweet, gooey, cake-like/brownie-like amazingness that is Oreo Truffles.

Trust it, friend. Just trust it. And you can thank me later.

Close up of oreo balls coated in chocolate top with white sprinkles

Step 1: Form Oreo Balls

When I first got this No Bake Oreo Truffles recipe from Lisa, I would put Oreos in a zip lock bag and have John pound it with a rolling pin until they become little pieces because he is the stronger human being of the two of us.

Or maybe I tend to boss him around the kitchen (sometimes).

Then Lisa told me she crushes the Oreos up in a food processor. Talk about a time-saver! That takes five seconds, literally. You can use a blender too if you have that instead.

Oreo cookies in food processor
Pro tip: blend up Oreo with cream cheese using a food processor

After crushing up the Oreos, add softened cream cheese and mix/crush it further. This whole process takes less than a minute. It’s amazing. And kinda life changing.

And if you do not have a food processor or blender, another option is to use a hand held mixer to mix the crushed Oreo cookies into the cream cheese.

Then shape the mixture into small 1-1 1/2 inch Oreo balls.

Oreo balls on a plate

Step 2: Dip in chocolate

Freeze the Oreo balls for about 1 hour because it makes the process of dipping them into chocolate a lot easier if they are firmer.

When you are ready to dip them into chocolate, bring chocolate chips to a bowl and heat them in a microwave in 20-second increments.

That means putting it in the microwave for 20 seconds, bringing it out, stirring, putting them back into the microwave, and repeat until all the chocolate chips are melted.

Next, dipping techniques. This is the messy but fun part. Here are a few ways to coat the Oreo Truffles in chocolate:

  • Sit ball on a fork and submerse it into the melted chocolate. You might need a spoon to assist in covering it completely in chocolate. Then place the chocolate-coated balls back onto the wax paper using the fork.
  • Prick ball with toothpick, then dip into chocolate. Use this technique only if the balls are still cold and firm; it will fall apart if it is not. You will probably also need a spoon to completely cover the ball with chocolate (especially if your bowl isn’t deep enough). Place the ball on the wax paper and gentle wiggle the toothpick to remove it from the ball.
Chocolate balls on a plate

Step 3: Decorate Oreo Truffles

After dipping all the Oreo balls into chocolate and placing them on wax paper, bring them back to the fridge to refrigerate for 30 minutes.

Decorating with Sprinkles

If you want to decorate the truffles with sprinkles, do so while the chocolate is still wet and before you refrigerate the truffles.

Decorating with white chocolate

If you are decorating with white chocolate, wait until Oreo truffles firms up after being refrigerated.

Then melt some white chocolate chips in microwave in 20-second increments, then add melted white chocolate into a zip lock bag.

Squeeze them into a corner and cut a small slit (start as small as possible) on the corners.

Then you can squeeze the white chocolate out from the corner to draw thin lines (or anything really) on the Oreo truffles.

This is the same decorating technique used in my Chocolate Covered Strawberry recipe. There are more detailed step-by-step pictures on the Chocolate Covered Strawberry post to show you how to do this!

CLoseup of oreo truffles coated in chocolate with sprinkles or white chocolate on top

I’m telling you, these No Bake Oreo Truffles are one of my favorite year round dessert!

We love it during the holidays because they are always such a hit at holiday parties and gatherings.

Oreo Balls also happen to be perfect during the spring/summer dessert as no baking is required and you don’t have to turn on the oven.

In addition, it is also an amazing make-ahead-of-time dessert for parties, showers, snacks for anytime!

No Bake Oreo Truffles keeps well for days and if you have much to do for an event, you can make it when you have time/way ahead of time!

For me, the most challenging part to master in this whole Oreo Truffles making process is the dipping the balls into chocolate. But just practice it on the first few Oreo Balls and you will be a pro before the batch is over!

The chocolate looks messier prior to refrigerating. Somehow after refrigeration the chocolate hardens and the truffles will firm up and look way more professional compared to right after you dip them into chocolate.

Finger picking up No-Bake Oreo Truffles from a bowl full of them

Also, let’s face it. No Bake Oreo Truffles with messy chocolate coatings and not-messy chocolate coatings TASTE THE SAME!

So whatever the mess, you will forget about it once you bite into these addictive, yummy Oreo Truffles!

Tips and Tricks

Here are a few tips for making these No Bake Oreo Truffles:

  • If you have a food processor, throw in the Oreo and cream cheese and pulse to combine it. It will take less than a minute to blend it all up and bring it together. If you do not have a food processor, you’ll have to pound the Oreos into small pieces and mix it into softened cream cheese (watch my video to see how I do it). Still very worth it! 🙂
  • Make sure to freeze the Oreo and cream cheese balls before coating them with melted chocolate. When they are refrigerated, they will harden and are a lot easier to handle.

Storage Information

I typically store my No Bake Oreo Truffles in the freezer. They keep for weeks in the freezer.

Before serving, I sometimes leave it in the refrigerator for an hour or leave it out for about 20 minutes before serving so that it’s easier to bite into.

A plate full of No-Bake Oreo Truffles

Friends, these No Bake Oreo Truffles are too good to pass up! We love it in our household, and devour these little things like nobody’s business.

I have this feeling you are gonna feel the same way about these Oreo Balls!

More Oreo Desserts

Check out another Oreo favorites on the blog:

Other Chocolate Desserts

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A plate of Oreo Truffles

No-Bake Oreo Truffles

So easy to make yet so yummy – this is the perfect no-bake treat! Lots of crushed Oreos combined with cream cheese, covered with lots of chocolate. Warning: these things are addictive!
4.95 from 71 votes
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Freeze + Refrigerate Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Total Time: 2 hours
Servings: 15 servings
Calories: 315kcal
Author: MinShien


  • 14 oz oreo cookie (1 standard package)
  • 8 oz cream cheese block softened
  • 16 oz semi sweet chocolate chips
  • sprinkles optional
  • white chocolate chips optional


  • Crush up Oreos using a food processor or blender. If you don't have a food processor or blender, place Oreos into a zip lock bag and use a rolling pin or something heavy to crush it up.
  • Add cream cheese to the crushed Oreos and mix well using a blender, food processor, or using a mixing spoon.
  • Roll mixture into a 1-1 1/2 inch ball and place on a plate lined with wax paper. Freeze for an hour, or until Oreo balls are cool and firm (See Note 1).
  • Microwave chocolate chips in a bowl for 20 seconds, remove and stir, and repeat a few times until all chocolate chips are melted.
  • Once chocolate is melted, place Oreo ball on a fork and submerse it into the chocolate. Use a spoon to assist getting chocolate coated all over the Oreo balls. Place coated ball back onto the wax paper with the fork and gentle slide the fork out. Or, gently insert a toothpick into the Oreo ball and dip ball into chocolate. Also use a spoon to assist. Then place coated ball back on the wax paper and gently wiggle the toothpick to remove it.
  • Repeat Step 5 for all the Oreo balls. If decorating with sprinkles, add sprinkles to the top of Oreo balls before refrigerating it.
  • Refrigerate chocolate coated Oreo balls for at least 1 hour.
  • If decorating with white chocolate, melt white chocolate chips in microwave for 20 seconds and stir, then repeat until all white chocolate chips are melted. Place melted white chocolate into one of the corners of a zip lock bag. Cut a small slit in the corner and squeeze white chocolate out from the slit to draw thin lines onto the truffles. Refrigerate truffles for 10-15 minutes. For pictures on this step, see my Chocolate Covered Strawberries recipe. 
  • Serve and enjoy! 



Note 1: Freezing the Oreo balls will make the Oreo balls firmer, and thus makes it easier to manage when dipping them into melted chocolate. 


Calories: 315kcal | Carbohydrates: 36g | Protein: 6g | Fat: 17g | Saturated Fat: 8g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 6g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 4mg | Sodium: 231mg | Potassium: 270mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 23g | Vitamin A: 24IU | Calcium: 78mg | Iron: 4mg
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  1. 5 stars
    Yes!!! These are definitely a household favorite of ours! They are like cake balls, but so much quicker to make. I like the decoration you added with the sprinkles and white chocolate.

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      Yes! Yes! Yes! These are AWESOME!! Our favorite too!! 🙂 Thank you for sharing the recipe with us!

    2. 5 stars
      Delicious! I made them for a potluck at work, and everyone loved them! The only thing I would recommend is freezing the oreo balls before dipping then in chocolate or just drizzling the chocolate over instead

    3. Joyous Apron says:

      That’s a great idea! Thank you Kat! And I am so glad you enjoyed it!

  2. Sheila Thigpen says:

    5 stars
    I don’t know if these should be called truffles or cake balls, but either way they are delicious! Brought them to a holiday party and they were literally devoured!

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      These are always a hit whenever I bring to parties too! LOVE THEM!

  3. Kathleen Pope says:

    5 stars
    Please thank your friend Lisa for me, I gained 10 extra pounds! HAHA! These are so good and my family keeps asking me to make more!

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      Oh my hahaha! They really are so good – we have to portion control them because they are seriously addictive!

  4. Nikki Lee says:

    5 stars
    Yum! These look delightful. Perfect for the holidays!

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      Thank you so much!!

  5. Maureen W says:

    5 stars
    Super easy and fun to make! I didn’t have access to a blender or food processor so I put the oreos in a ziplock bag and pounded them with a rolling pin!

    It would’ve been helpful if I had put them in the freezer (rather than fridge) but after crushing a couple of cake balls, I figured out how to be more gentle with them.

    Super rich, super easy and a great mix to the medley of Christmas cookies we are eating and giving away!

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      That’s wonderful Maureen! I so appreciate your feedback and thank you for the review! Yes – freezer definitely works better. I just made some changes to the recipe to reflect that!

  6. 5 stars
    Made these to distribute to some friends and coworkers and it was SUCH a big hit! I followed the instructions exactly as written but didn’t decorate with white chocolate or sprinkles. Didn’t need it. Seriously so good, I’m thinking about making more for some holiday parties coming up!

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      Yay! That’s great! So happy to hear that you and your friends and coworkers enjoyed it!

  7. Lauren Michael Harris says:

    5 stars
    My kids had so. much fun making (and eating!) these Oreo truffles. They are already asking me when we can make them again!

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      That’s awesome that they like eating AND making these truffles! 🙂

  8. Amy Liu Dong says:

    5 stars
    Such perfect desserts for my niece’s birthday.
    Everyone loved it!

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      So glad to hear!!!

  9. Could you use milk chocolate instead of semi sweet or would it be to sweet?

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      I think that should be just fine! Let me know how it goes when you make it!

  10. 5 stars
    These oreo truffles were so easy and fun to make. I know they will be a hit to hand out as holiday food gifts this year too.

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      I’m so glad you enjoyed making them!

  11. 5 stars
    So easy! The kids loved whipping these up. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      So glad you and your kiddos are enjoying making these oreo truffles!

  12. 5 stars
    We love these Oreo truffles! They’re super easy to make and absolutely yummy. Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe.

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      You are so welcome! So glad it turned out so well!

  13. Enri Lemoine says:

    5 stars
    No bake plus Oreos? These truffles are calling my name. The kiddos loved them! The only problem: they are addicting! LOL

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      They sure are addicting!! I can never stop at one!

  14. 5 stars
    These truffles are my favourite thing to make over the holidays. Thank you so much for the recipe, I’m obsessed!!

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      I’m so glad you enjoyed it! One of our favorite holiday treats!

  15. 5 stars
    I can’t believe these truffles only use three ingredients. What an easy way to make a yummy treat!

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      YES! They are SO easy and yummy!

  16. Jacqueline Debono says:

    5 stars
    I’m heading out of the door to go buy some oreos! These truffles look perfect for serve my guests at Christmas!

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      Woohoo! I think you will love it! 😀

  17. 5 stars
    I made these yesterday and they were a hit!

    Dipping the balls into the chocolate was time consuming and risked poking crumbs into the chocolate.

    When I used a fork (or you could use a spoon) to pour chocolate on the ball and then smooth it around the sides to the parchment paper, this went so much faster.

    Who’s going to be picky and look under the truffle to see if it’s covered? I don’t think anyone noticed.

    And if you’re thinking that baking chocolate is the way to go instead of chocolate chips, just know that the amount of chocolate is smaller and it
    cools too quickly.

    Melt half a bag of chocolate chips at a time to give you plenty of time for the chocolate to stay warm while you cover the balls.

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      Appreciate you sharing the tips!! And I’m glad the oreo balls were a hit!

  18. 5 stars
    These were amazing! So easy to make, can’t wait to make them again!

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      Thanks Angela! So glad you enjoyed it!

  19. 5 stars
    My boys and I made these for a treat and we loved how they turned out! So delish and rich. They already asked to make them again!

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      That’s awesome! Glad you and your boys enjoyed these!

  20. 5 stars
    I never knew these could be so easy! I added them to our holiday plate for neighbors!

    1. Joyous Apron says:

      It really is, isn’t it! SO easy and yummy! I hope your neighbors loved them!