could i use chocolate instead of almond bark?
This recipe calls for almond bark, but white chocolate would work just as well. They may take a little longer to harden, so you may want to place them in the fridge to let the white chocolate set up, but almond bark or white chocolate would work just as well.
If you want to make these extra rich, you could also dip them in dark or milk chocolate.
do these freeze well?
These actually freeze great! They are so simple and delicious, and the chocolate preserves well, as long as it is stored well.
We recommend storing them in an airtight container or in a ziplock bag, with all the air sucked out.
To thaw them, we recommend setting them in the fridge 48 hours before serving, or on the counter 24 hours before serving.
They are also kind of delicious when they are partially frozen, as well.
These will last and preserve well in your freezer for a month or two.
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- 16 ounces Oreo Cookies 1 package, divided
- 8 ounces cream cheese softened
- 24 ounces vanilla almond bark 1 package
- Crush 10 Oreo cookies in a resealable plastic bag with a rolling pin until they are crumbs; set aside.
- Crush remaining cookies until to fine crumbs and place in a medium mixing bowl.
- Add cream cheese and mix until well blended.
- Roll cookie mixture into 1-inch balls and place in the fridge for 30 minutes-1 hour.
- Melt vanilla almond bark in the microwave as directed on the package.
- Dip balls in melted almond bark and place on a baking sheet covered with wax paper.
- Sprinkle set aside cookie crumbs on top.
- Refrigerate until set up and serve.
- This recipe calls for almond bark, but white chocolate would work just as well. They may take a little longer to harden, so you may want to place them in the fridge to let the white chocolate set up, but almond bark or white chocolate would work just as well.
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- Medium Mixing Bowl
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- Small Mixing Bowl
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