Easter Oreo Truffle Eggs

This Easter, don’t just load your kids’ Easter baskets with dyed Easter eggs — include these sweet Oreo "egg” truffles, too!  #easter #oreo #eggs
Hippity, Hoppity Easter is on it’s way!
I know it is supposed to snow tonight, but I promise you that Spring is right around the corner and Easter will be here in just a few weeks (April 5th).
It’s hard to believe that since I associate Easter with green grass, tulips and warm weather, and if it wasn’t for aisles full of Easter goodies at the local grocery store and retail stores it wouldn’t even seem like the spring time holiday.

As an Adult I have so many fond memories of Easter. My mom would take us to our grandparents house for yummy food and Easter egg hunts. Oh man how much I miss the easter basket, dying eggs and easter egg hunting days in Grandma’s backyard. My Mom-mom would fill all of the brightly colored plastic eggs with the best chocolates and quarters. We would grab our baskets and run around the yard collecting brightly colored eggs as many as we could. I still remember shaking the eggs to see how they are filled, If they jangled, they were filled with quarters. If you were really lucky, you would shake a few silient eggs. They were the eggs filled with chocolate – jackpot!

This Easter, don’t just load your kids’ Easter baskets with dyed Easter eggs — include these sweet Oreo "egg” truffles, too!  #easter #oreo #eggs
When I think of Easter treats, chocolate instantly enters my thoughts. Whether it be in the form of hollow chocolate bunnies, peanut butter eggs, pastel candy-coated morsels, or those Oreo truffle eggs, chocolate is definitely a prominent theme during the Easter holiday.
This Easter, don’t just load your kids’ Easter baskets with dyed Easter eggs — include these sweet Oreo "egg” truffles, too!  #easter #oreo #eggs

Easter Oreo Truffle Eggs

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 1 hour, 40 minutes

Yield: 12


  • 8 oz. cream cheese, softened
  • 1 package classic Oreos (you can use golden oreos instead)
  • 2 cups white chocolate, broken into pieces, melted, divided
  • 2 drops of each food coloring or (candy melts or gel food coloring)


  1. Place cookies in food processor and grind to crumbs.
  2. Add the cream cheese and pulse until the mixture is well combined and smooth.
  3. Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper.
  4. Scoop the mixture into balls about 1-inch in diameter. I like to use cookie scoop.
  5. Form into a ball, and then shape the balls into egg shapes.
  6. Place in freezer for 15-30 minutes or until firm.
  7. Melt the chocolate in the microwave.
  8. Spoon 1 Tbsp. melted chocolate into each of 3 small bowls.
  9. Tint each with a different color food coloring.
  10. Remove egg truffles from freezer and dip in remaining melted white chocolate.
  11. Place egg truffles on prepared baking sheet; let stand until chocolate coating is firm.
  12. Either drizzle the colored white chocolate on the eggs with a fork or use a piping bag to pipe the white chocolate on in your desired design.
  13. Refrigerate for 1 hour allowing to the egg truffles to become firm.

Happy Easter. Hope the Bunny finds you.

About Sarah Kozowski

Hi! Welcome to my blog! I’m Sarah– I do part-time job at a kindergarten and in my free time i love to cook, take photos and go jogging. I'm recipe developer, photographer, writer, and taste tester behind this blog. I develop my recipes and photos through good old fashioned trial and error, some days I have more success than others, as you can judge by the photos here. Grab a cup of coffee (or beverage of your choice) and stay with me awhile, poke through recipes, pick your favourite and reach out to me if you have any questions!

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