Nutella Oreo Truffles – classic Oreo truffles made even better by adding Nutella! Dipped in chocolate or rolled in sprinkles for an easy chocolate treat.
I think that Nutella might be one of my favorite things ever. Nutella Skillet Cookie is over the top addicting. I can just eat Nutella by the spoonful, or on an English muffin for breakfast. Or in Nutella Brownies. I could go on longer, but I won’t bore you.
Oreo truffles have been around for a long time, but I like mixing them up and doing different version. Like these Mint Oreo Truffles – mint and chocolate perfection. So this time I added Nutella. Oreo truffles just got better.
The thing about these truffles is they are so easy to make. You use a blender to turn the Oreos into crumbs, then add cream cheese to help bind them together, then stir in the Nutella. Really can’t get much easier than that. The food processor does all the work! It may take more time to clean up than actually mix together the ingredients. Then just roll and dip.
I dipped about half of the Nutella Oreo truffles in melted chocolate, but if you don’t want to deal with that you can just roll them in sprinkles. They taste a little different that way, so you could do a mix of both and see what you like better! You can even dip in white chocolate if that is more your style.
The key to making sure your truffles stay round and pretty is chilling them. This binds all the crumbs together and just makes them more “durable”. So when you are dipping them in the melted chocolate, they will not crumble or change shape.
Trust me, these truffles will disappear quickly, and will impress just about everyone. I sent these truffles to the teachers at school. They were gone so fast.
- 1 package Oreo cookies
- 1 (8 oz) package cream cheese
- 1/2 cup Nutella
- 1 pound chocolate , melted
In a food processor, blend cookies until they are crumbs. Add cream cheese, and process until well combined. Add Nutella and blend until everything is combined.
Roll into 1 inch balls.
Chill for 30 minutes.
Dip Oreo ball into melted chocolate. Place on a baking tray for the chocolate to set.