Feasting in Fellowship Fridays!

 

Oreo Mint Bon Bons!!!

I have to say these little delights are so yummy and easy. I was introduced to these about a year ago by a girl friend of mine and ever since I’ve been hooked {wink, wink}.

Ingredients:
1 (8 oz.) package cream cheese, softened
I package of Mint Oreo Bon Bon {I use the double stuff…he..he. I love the frosting}
1 Package Dark Chocolate Candy Coating or Almond Bark

  • I add oreos {broken} and cream cheese to a food processor and mix until its all mixed together. 
  • Line 2 cookie sheets with waxed paper.
  • Using a cookie scoop or large spoon, form “balls” of the mixture and place them on the cookie sheets, 1 inch apart.
  • Refrigerate bon-bons until hardened in texture, about 30 mins-1 hour.
  • Melt Candy Coating, either over broiler on stovetop or in microwave, microwave is easiest, stirring after each 30 seconds of microwaving.–until smooth.
  • Using a large spoon dip the oreo “balls” in the chocolate, evenly coating and placing on cookie sheet again.
  • Allow all oreo bon-bons to set. I usually put mine in my freezer and let set in their for about 20-30mins. Garnish as desired. (I have done all sorts of different versions: Drizzled with tinted white candy coating with different color combinations; sprinkled with crushed candy canes for Christmas, there is so many possibilites with them.
  • Once set enjoy these rich little delights.

Getting Comfy in my Kitchen,
Adrienne

Saved By Grace Blog

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2 thoughts on “Feasting in Fellowship Fridays!

  1. Hi Janelee,These are sooo yummy, they melt in your mouth. But they do not make you comfy in your jeans, maybe if you used reduced fat cream cheese and oreos and chocolate. Your so welcome. God Bless you!Adrienne

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