Oreo Balls are an easy no-bake dessert requiring only three ingredients! This easy dessert is great for the holidays or any time of year. Decorate with colored sprinkles to be festive and match the occasion.
Raise your hand if you’ve immersed yourself in holiday baking this season! The baking craze is in full swing in my house, but I’ve been keeping it simple this year. Easy, no-bake recipes are my jam right now. I have made these Oreo Balls a few times in the past few weeks and oh my GOODNESS! People (including myself) go nuts over these things. They require minimal effort to make and they are ridiculously addicting. It’s so easy to just pop one in your mouth, then another, and another, and.. you get the picture. Oreo Balls are great for holiday parties for these very reasons.
Making Oreo Balls at home is easy and delicious - watch here!
How do you roll Oreo Balls into chocolate/almond bark?
First of all, I much prefer using almond bark for this recipe because bark hardens nicely and doesn’t melt in your fingers when you pop an Oreo Ball into your mouth. Chocolate chips will work, too! When dipping, you can stab the ball with a toothpick or you can place it onto a fork and dip. Whichever method you use, immediately roll the Oreo ball in sprinkles (sprinkles are optional) and place onto a serving plate or waxed paper.
Can you freeze Oreo cookie balls?
Yes! Oreo Balls should be kept in an air-tight container in the refrigerator and will stay fresh for 7-10 days. Or you can freeze them for up to 3 months!
How do you melt the almond bark/chocolate for Oreo Balls?
My favorite method for melting the almond bark/chocolate is the easy way. The microwave! Place bark/chocolate in a microwave-safe bowl and heat for 1 minute and stir. Continue to heat in 30-second intervals, stirring after each, until the mixture is creamy and free of lumps. This method is quick and never fails!
What are some other dessert favorites that I should bring to holiday parties?
Enjoy the Oreo Balls, friends! Have a wonderful week!