Apple Pie Oreo Truffles are addicting little bites of fall flavor heaven! They make the perfect compliment to any holiday dinner or get together!
Aren’t Oreo truffles the most delicious little bites?! I’ve been in love with them for years ever since my friend first made them for one of our football Saturdays. While the chocolate Oreo truffles are still my favorites, these fall inspired truffles are giving the originals a run for their money!
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Apple pie is a must make for my family this time of year, and what better way to get your fix (without having a whole pie hanging out on the counter) than these delightful bite sized candies? These truffles are luscious, have some fab apple and cinnamon flavors going on, and I’d gladly fight you for the last one…especially when you sprinkle them with praline pecans. YUM!
Apple Pie Oreo Truffles
- ½ package Golden Oreos (14.3-ounce package)
- ¼ cup apple pie filling
- 4 ounces cream cheese softened
- 8 ounces white chocolate chips
- 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
- ½ teaspoon cinnamon
- Finely chopped pecans optional
- Line a baking sheet with a silicone mat or parchment paper; set aside.
- Add Oreos to a food processor and pulse until the cookies turn into a fine crumb. Transfer cookies to a mixing bowl.
- Add the pie filling to the food processor and pulse until smooth. Set aside.
- Combine the cream cheese and Oreo crumbs with a spoon or rubber spatula until completely incorporated. Add the pie filling and combine until smooth. The mixture will be a bit on the wet side.
- Portion 1 tablespoon or the Oreo mixture into the palm of your hand. Use your hands to roll the truffle filling into a ball shape, and then place on the prepared baking sheet. Repeate until you have used all the truffle filling.
- Place the baking sheet in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to an hour.
- Add the chocolate chips and oil to a microwave safe bowl. Heat on HIGH for 1 minute. Carefully remove the bowl and stir the chocolate. Heat for 30 seconds, remove the bowl, and stir the chocolate; repeat until the chocolate is completely melted. Stir the cinnamon into the chocolate.
- Place a truffle into the chocolate. Use a fork to cover the truffle in chocolate. Lift the truffle out of the chocolate using the fork and tap the handle of the fork on the side of the bowl (with the truffle still over the chocolate) to remove any excess chocolate. Place the truffle back onto the baking sheet and sprinkle with nuts, if desired. Repeat until all the truffles have been coated in chocolate.
- Return the baking sheet to the refrigerator until the chocolate has set, about 10 to 15 minutes.
- Store in the refrigerator in an airtight container until ready to eat.
All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe and nutritional value will vary depending on the brands you use, measuring methods and portion sizes per household.
These sound amazing!
Oreos come in different size packages, can you tell what size package is used in this recipe.
Julie Kotzbach says
Hi Cindy! I used half of a 14.3 ounces package of Golden Oreos for this recipe.
Angeline @ Dots & Dust says
Girl! I saw these at the link party at thediydreamer.com and I had to stop by! I love Oreo truffles and these look like an awesome spin on that recipe. Also, you are totally right. I would much rather make these than make an apple pie and have it sit on the counter for a while. I could foresee that these would not last long at our house. Pinning to share!
Hi, Im in Australia and would like to know what is the weight for 1/2 packet of oreos as we have many varieties here. Thanks
Half a package of Golden Oreos is 7.15 ounces.
No Oreos here what do you suggest ?
Any vanilla cookie with cream filling would work, or even the Mother’s brand Taffy cookies. 🙂
My turned out REALLY wet. Even after I put the chocolate on I still had to use a spoon to eat them. They were awesome! But I want to make these for thanksgiving. I couldn’t even ball them. I had to use a spoon and freeze them to get the chocolate on them. The inside was like pudding consistency, what would you recommend? I ended up combining them all and made “Oreo apple pie pudding.” ?
Julie Espy says
Hi Heather! You could you use some powdered sugar to thicken the filling. You could start with 1-2 tablespoons and add more as needed until you have a soft dough type texture. Hope this helps!
I’ve tried adding powedered sugar but it’s not working. It’s still really wet and I am unable to roll them into balls. 🙁
Chris Brown says
Topped mine with caramel bits (next to chocolate chips) instead of nuts for a caramel apple pie truffle. Yummy, Thanks for sharing.
Julie Espy says
That sounds delicious Chris!!
sylvia :) says
hi! can i maybe make these truffles with apple pie oreos instead of golden and without the apple pie filling? 🙂
Julie Espy says
Hi Sylvia! I haven’t had the apple pie Oreos, but you can give it a shot. I have no idea how they’ll taste, but it’s 1 package Oreos to 8 ounces cream cheese. Let me know how they turn out! 🙂
How did they turn out with the apple pie Oreos!? I was wondering the same thing.
Awesome recipe, btw. My kid doesn’t like chocolate and won’t try pumpkin so I’m banking on these to be Thanksgiving dessert. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
This looks so good! What a fun treat to make for the holidays!
Thanks for sharing! How far ahead of time can I make them?
Are you supposed to remove the filling from the oreos and only use the plain cookies, or just process the whole cookie with filling?
Thank you 🙂