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White Chocolate Raspberry Oreo Balls

White Chocolate Raspberry Oreo Balls are a delicious no-bake treat made with Oreo cookies, cream cheese and a raspberry in the middle! The Oreo Balls are dipped in a white chocolate candy coating and coated with a chocolate drizzle. 
Prep Time30 mins
Total Time30 mins
Servings: 48


  • 36 OREO Cookies finely crushed (14.3 oz. pkg)
  • 8 oz. brick cream cheese softened
  • 1 lb almond bark Candi-Quik, melted (I used vanilla almond bark but you could use milk chocolate or semi-sweet instead)
  • 40-48 raspberries (washed and patted dry)
  • 1/2 tsp raspberry flavoring/extract divided
  • 1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips (if desired for drizzle on top)


  • Crush the OREO cookies.
  • Mix the crumbs with the cream cheese until well blended.  I also added 1/4 tsp of raspberry flavoring to add a slight raspberry flavor to the mixture.  
  • You will need to shape 48 (1-inch) balls, forming them around each raspberry.  Use your fingers to shape the mixture around the raspberry and then roll them between your hands to make a nice, round shape.  
  • *Freeze the balls for about 15-20 minutes before dipping.  
  • Melt the candy coating or baking chocolate in the microwave according to package directions and add 1/4 tsp of raspberry flavoring to the chocolate.  
  • Dip each ball in the chocolate and place on waxed paper.  I had a little bit of candy coating left so I added red food coloring to the remaining amount and drizzled it onto the balls to make them look pretty!  The coating should be hardened within just a few minutes and then you can use a knife to trim off any excess chocolate around the edges/bottoms.
  • Refrigerate until ready to serve. Enjoy!


*Don't skip this step! The balls need to be chilled before you dip them in the melted chocolate. If they aren't chilled, you will end up with a lot of crumbs in your candy coating and they won't look quite as pretty! Because of the raspberries in the middle, you don't want to freeze them too long either. So if you need to prep ahead of time and you won't be able to start dipping them within 15-20 minutes, just put them in the fridge to chill. They will be ready in about an hour, but you can leave them in there for several hours if you need to before dipping them.