3-Ingredient Oreo Truffles | Vegan


This is a paid collaboration with Bute Island Foods.

You know when you're in the mood for something tasty without feeling the need to stand in the kitchen for ages waiting for something to cook? Well, look no further. I've got you covered.

These 3-ingredient Oreo truffles are the perfect quick and easy indulgent treat and are a crowd pleaser too! Honestly, my family were obsessed! 

These little treats only take 10 minutes to prep, while you can sit and relax for a further 25 minutes while they set. So just over half an hour is all it takes to have something yummy as a result!

I'm working with Bute Island Foods on this post, using their delicious dairy free original cream "sheese" as the vegan cream cheese alternative. I absolutely love this product as it's so creamy and the flavour is minimal so works perfectly in sweet treats like this!

Bute Island Foods have a HUGE range of vegan cheese alternatives available on their website and can also be found in stores such as Tesco, Asda and Waitrose, along with many others. Some of my favourites are their original cream sheese (as used in this recipe), their mild cheddar style shreds, their Wensleydale style block and chives cream sheese! You can find their selection of products here.

Check out some of my other cheesy recipes below!

- Vegan cheese & ham puff pastry 

- Soft pretzel bites and cheesy dip

- Mini s'mores cheesecakes

- 1 Hour cinnamon rolls with cream cheese icing

- The best vegan chilli cheese fries

- Quick & easy greek salad

- Cheesy "chicken" and sweetcorn pasta

- Cheesy garlic bread sticks with tomato dip

- Mexican stuffed peppers

- Simple vegan Mac & cheese



Makes: 18  Prep Time: 10 mins   Chill Time: 25 mins

You will need:

- 36 original oreos

- 1 tub of Bute Island original cream cheese

- 2 tsp vanilla extract, optional

- 4 bars of vegan chocolate (I used 2 vegan milk chocolates bars and 2 vegan white chocolate bars)

- 3 extra original Oreos, for topping

Method - 

1. In a blender / food processor, crush the Oreos into fine crumbs. DONT remove the filling, blend this too. I would suggest breaking the Oreos into smaller pieces before placing them in the blender as it will help to crush quicker and won't overwork your blender.

2. Add the entire tub of Bute Island original cream cheese into the blender with the Oreo crumbs and blend until it forms a smooth paste. Add in the vanilla extract and blend again to combine.

3. Line two baking trays with parchment paper and scoop out the Oreo mix onto the trays. I scooped out around 1tbsp at a time so that I knew they were roughly all the same size. You can then use your hands to help shape them into a ball.

4. Place both of the baking trays into the freezer for 15 minutes to allow the mixture to set. 

5. While the truffles are setting, start melting your chocolate. I used white chocolate and milk chocolate, but this is entirely optional. Either way, break up the chocolate and add it to a saucepan on very low heat, using a wooden spoon to continuously stir so that the chocolate doesn't burn or stick to the edges of the pan.

6. The truffles should be set around the same time the chocolate has finished melting, so remove the baking trays from the freezer. 

7. Crush the remaining 3 Oreos for the toppings and set aside.

8. Dip each truffle into the chocolate, making sure it is completely covered. I used a fork to lift the truffle out of the bowl and allowed the excess chocolate to run off of it before placing the truffle back onto the baking tray. Repeat this step until all the truffles are completely coated.

9. Sprinkle the Oreo crumbs on top of each truffle before the chocolate begins to set.

10. Place the baking trays back in the freezer for a further 10 minutes to allow the chocolate to set.

I recommend storing the Oreo truffles in a container in the fridge as the chocolate may melt otherwise. 

These are such a delicious treat, ideal for the evenings when you want something sweet! 

What's your favourite sweet treat?

Love Always,

Shannon x

1 comment

  1. You have the best recipes! I have been meaning to make truffles for so long now and these look amazing and best of all they sound quite simple to make and I love that they don't take too long either xx

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