Mummy Cookie Bites

We made these for Family Night.  Everyone had so much fun decorating their mummy.  I even think my hubby had funner than my kids did making these!  These are such an easy and fun treat for Halloween!  And I love oreo truffles!

Rating: 5 Stars Difficulty of Recipe: 2 stars
Things that I changed: The first batch I used regular oreos.  (The Recipe says that you can use both).  It makes them too dark.  So I used the golden oreos the second time around and they turned out great!
Things that I would do differently next time: Nothing
Will I make this again?  Yes
Recipe From: Kraft Recipes

Ingredients:
1 Package (8 oz.) CreamCheese, softened
36 finely crushed goldenoreo cookies
14 oz Bakerswhitechocolate
Suggested Decorations: Mini chocolate chips (eyes), colored decors, 
Mix cream cheese and cookie crumbs until blended.  Shape into 1 inch balls.  Freeze for 10 minutes.  Meanwhile, melt the Baker’s chocolate as directed.  DIP balls in melted chocolate; place in single layer on waxed paper-covered rimmed baking sheet. (Re-freeze balls if they become too soft to dip.) Refrigerate 1 hour or until firm.  MELT remaining chocolate as directed on package; spoon into small resealable plastic bag. Press out excess air from bag; seal bag. Cut 1/8-inch piece from one bottom corner of bag. Squeeze bag to pipe chocolate onto each ball for the mummy’s eyes; immediately add desired decorations for the eyeballs. Pipe remaining chocolate onto balls to resemble gauze strips. Refrigerate until firm.
 
Alyssa

Comments

  1. says

    So cute yet so simple. I just pinned it on my must try pinterest board. I love your blog. I am now a happy follower and thanks for following my blog :)

    xo
    Myric @ myric.andreasen.blogspot.com

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