Oreo Treats

How pretty is this ??? No one would ever guess that they did not come from a bakery.



Oreo Treats are just the sweetest little treats to serve at a party or to give as a gift to friends. These treats are so beautiful, but are so simple to make in no time.

1 pk cream cheese
1 pk Oreo cookies
Choice of chocolate or vanilla bark

Crush the cookies into fine crumbs. Cream the cream cheese in mixer then slowly add cookie crumbs. Chill dough for about 30 min. Then roll dough into balls, placing on wax paper. Chill again while melting chocolate. Dip cookie treats into the chocolate. You can then drizzle on more chocolate or sprinkle on more cookie crumbs for decoration.

Place in little bags tied with a pretty ribbon and tag or place them in a little dessert cup for parties...Let me know how you serve your Oreo Treats...

My son took some to school and shared them with his friends...they told him they would pay him to make them some.

13 comments:

*Kimmie* said...

Thanks for stopping by! I look forward to reading more!

Susie from Bienvenue said...

Where's mine! I didnt get a bag of your sweet goodness. Maybe your making a fresh batch just for me~

southerninspiration said...

That is a DANGEROUS recipe, girlfriend. They are soooo yummy!

Suzanne

Sara's Sweet Surprise said...

Oh my! Perfect timing! I can't believe my eyes. My neighbor made some cookies very similar to these and I've asked her for the recipe several times and she hasn't found or given it yet. After a year I've just given up. I'm so excited to have the recipe. Wouldn't these be cute shaped like eggs for Easter? Gifted in the Chinese noodle (candy) nests (recipe) with a Peep on top. Can you tell how thrilled I am!!

I'm trying to reacquaint myself with my bloggy friends that I've lost touch with...I hope you can come by for a visit.

Sweet Wishes,
Sara

~~Vintage Girl At Heart~~ said...

YUMOLA!!! These look so good and so pretty and elegant too!!!
Thanks for the recipe, maybe I can wow my Family at the next reunion!!

Darlene said...

Those look DELICIOUS!!! They sound easy to make too...thanks for the recipe!♥

HeathahLee said...

I'm with Susie! Where's mine? You better package some up to send up to Mississippi! I LOVE those things!

How is it possible to only spend just a little bit of time with two people and yet miss them as much as I miss you and Susie? Kat and I couldn't stop talking about you two on the way home. : )

By the way, I'm working on my Two Rivers post!

Tricia Anne said...

Oh yum! I have been wanting to try a very similar recipe! :o) Maybe after all of our birthday cake and ice cream is gone from here. :o)
Sincerely ~ Tricia Anne

ga.farmwoman said...

Mmmm, those do look good! I can't wait to try them.
Thanks for the visit and comment.
Pam

tales from an O.C. cottage said...

Those look fabulous!!!!!!!!

M ^..^

The Shabby Princess said...

Oh my gosh!! I'm hosting a baby shower next weekend and those would be perfect. Thanks for the tip!

RootsAndWingsCo said...

These do look delish! It reminds me of the kind you make with cake! Haven't done it with oreos though!

Thanks for stopping by our blog! We'll be checking in to see what else you are up to! =)

Rebecca
RootsAndWingsCo.blogspot.com

PS We hope all your (and your sister's) drama quiets down soon. So sad when she was just dealing with her daughter's drama. I had left a comment for your sister, when she posted about the drama at school her daughter was going through. My own daughter has been through some stuff, so it tears me apart to hear of it happening to others (though it also helps to know you are not alone!). Lucky for you guys that you have each other! Aren't we the lucky ones-to have sisters!? =)

mississippi artist said...

The only reason I am not making these right this minute, is I am out of Oreas and too sick too go to the store!