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Andrew and I got a little carried away with the sprinkles … some more than others … 

for Easter, Andrew and I made some Oreo balls to enjoy after the Easter Vigil mass and on Easter morning. As predicted, they were a huge success, yet again. And i’m still full from snacking on them all day yesterday - they’re deceivingly rich… 

the recipe is really simple - just stick Oreos in a food processor to make crumbs, add 4 oz. cream cheese, form into balls, place on wax paper in stick in the freezer, melt chocolate chips in the microwave, dip toothpick in melted chocolate then into the cold oreo balls then dip the balls in the chocolate, place back on wax paper, back into the freezer, and decorate if desired

for more variety:

try using mint oreos w. dark chocolate coating 

or

peanut butter oreos w. chocolate/white chocolate coating

or 

putting a chocolate-covered espresso bean in the middle w. espresso-spiked chocolate coating

but his definitely tasted better … or we’ll just let him think that :)

Andrew’s Oreo Balls

warning! these are highly addictive and probably the most unhealthy thing i’ve ever eaten. THEY.WERE.AMAZING!

while i was trying to make healthy snacks for the superbowl, my boyfriend was working his magic in making the most sinfully delicious Oreo balls that he had seen on my pinterest earlier that day. 

1. put whole package of Oreo’s in food processor to make crumbs

2. in a bowl, mix in 1/4 of a package of cream cheese at room temperature (i suggest using your hands for this)

3. form into balls and put in freezer

4. melt Melting Chocolate according to instructions. dip cold Oreo balls into chocolate, place on wax paper, and put in refrigerator until hardened and ready to eat