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#2050107 - 11/17/15 06:20 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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I don't add anything to the almond bark either. I warm small batches in the microwave, you just have to be careful to not scorch it. I prefer the taste of real chocolate though. Bakers has a microwavable cup that I use to dip strawberries in that works well and tastes pretty good. On strawberries I hold the stem to dip them. On pretzels or cookies I typically only do 1/2 to 3/4 of it so I can hold it too. On Oreo truffles, I use a spoon and make a HUGE mess but its so good.
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#2050111 - 11/17/15 06:28 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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Mmmmm Oreo truffles. Speaking of Oreos, the new peppermint ones are amazing!!!!!!!


Hmmm maybe I have a thing for choc and peppermint.

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#2050122 - 11/17/15 07:09 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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On the Oreo truffles- If you stick a toothpick in each one about halfway through before you freeze them you can dip each of them by holding the toothpick. Then give the toothpick a twist after they are dipped and it slides right out and the small hole can be covered up. Lots less messy.

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#2050123 - 11/17/15 07:13 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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/http://www.topsecretrecipes.com/Nabisco-Chips-Ahoy-Copycat-Recipe.html
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#2050131 - 11/17/15 07:23 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange edAudit
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And one of you needs to post a recipe for an OREO Truffle!

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#2050134 - 11/17/15 07:27 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Cornfed Turtle
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Originally Posted By Cornfed Turtle
I
And one of you needs to post a recipe for an OREO Truffle!


sit in Barco lounger
yell out "women get me some Oreos"
Wife brings Oreos
Enjoy
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#2050149 - 11/17/15 07:43 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange edAudit
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Originally Posted By edAudit
Originally Posted By Cornfed Turtle
I
And one of you needs to post a recipe for an OREO Truffle!


sit in Barco lounger
yell out "women get me some Oreos"
Wife brings Oreos throws Oreos at ed
Enjoy


Fixed for accuracy


For the Oreo truffles:
crush 36 oreos into fine crumbs, add 1 block of cream cheese and beat until well mixed. Form the mixture into balls and either freeze or refrigerate to harden. Then you dip them in melted white or milk chocolate. They're so yummy. Most of the time I just keep mine in the fridge and never dip them in the melted chocolate.

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#2050156 - 11/17/15 08:05 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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Thanks you were able to get the mega stuff ones.
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#2050167 - 11/17/15 09:04 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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Y'all are going to become diabetics!
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#2050171 - 11/17/15 09:13 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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as now we find out that dark chocolate is good for you and coffee adds years to your life

some day we may find that mega stuff Oreos maintain a healthy sugar level
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#2050172 - 11/17/15 09:15 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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#2050174 - 11/17/15 09:25 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange CompliantOkie
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Originally Posted By CompliantOkie
Originally Posted By edAudit
Originally Posted By Cornfed Turtle
I
And one of you needs to post a recipe for an OREO Truffle!


sit in Barco lounger
yell out "women get me some Oreos"
Wife brings Oreos throws Oreos at ed
Enjoy


Fixed for accuracy


For the Oreo truffles:
crush 36 oreos into fine crumbs, add 1 block of cream cheese and beat until well mixed. Form the mixture into balls and either freeze or refrigerate to harden. Then you dip them in melted white or milk chocolate. They're so yummy. Most of the time I just keep mine in the fridge and never dip them in the melted chocolate.
[quote][/quote]

Yep...that's pretty much what I do. I always dip in white almond bark and drizzle with chocolate. Or sprinkle with some Oreo powder.

I've tried the toothpick but must be in too big of a hurry, or maybe should freeze and not just refrigerate, they seem to fall off into the almond bark.
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#2050176 - 11/17/15 09:34 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange CompliantOkie
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Originally Posted By CompliantOkie
Originally Posted By edAudit
[quote=Cornfed Turtle]I
And one of you needs to post a recipe for an OREO Truffle!


sit in Barco lounger
yell out "women get me some Oreos"
Wife brings Oreos throws Oreos at ed
Enjoy


Fixed for accuracy


Getting back to this would it be considered tossing you cookies?
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#2050977 - 11/23/15 06:52 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange edAudit
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OKAY.....I'm going to try this OREO thing. I saw raspberry OREOs at the grocery yesterday and I'm thinking they could be incredible covered in dark chocolate.

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#2050988 - 11/23/15 07:33 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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I wonder who figured out you need precisely 36 cookies...and I assume that is NOT double stuff? laugh!
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#2050990 - 11/23/15 07:37 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange RR Joker
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Originally Posted By RR Joker
I wonder who figured out you need precisely 36 cookies... laugh!


Someone with a lot of free time and Pepto Bismol. grin
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#2050998 - 11/23/15 07:40 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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I dump the entire package of Oreos (minus any I eat) into my food processor with the cream cheese. I have no idea how many it truly is.
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#2051004 - 11/23/15 07:44 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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I dislike posting about any type of food - the weight gain is imminent.

HOWEVER, a baker friend recommended King Arthur Flour, not only the flour, but the website. The recipes are rated, and the instructions are very easy to follow. The following is the link for cookies. http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/cookies-bars-and-candy The bread and cake recipes are totally awesome too.
(Just gained 2 pounds typing this.)

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#2051012 - 11/23/15 08:07 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Pale Rider
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Y'all are going to become diabetics!


DONE!!!

As American's it is our civic duty to consume! ^_-
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#2051070 - 11/23/15 11:13 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Rocky P
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[quote=Rocky P]I dislike posting about any type of food - the weight gain is imminent. quote]

You know my husband likes the fact that I bake and bake and bake at Christmas, but we don't eat them. He might get a handful of cookies and that's it. I drop off 8 dozen at the middle school, 5 dozen at the bank, 4 dozen at youth group and 13 dozen at the church cookie walk. The rest of the cookies go on trays for friends and neighbors. Done! My kids get a cookie in the lunch box here and there in December. The husband eats 2 Russian Tea Cakes on Christmas Eve (count 'em....just the two with a glass of milk!) and that's about it here.

Here's hoping I can master the whole cookie dipping and OREO crushing thing. I love the encouragement I can count on here at BOL.

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#2051110 - 11/24/15 02:43 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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encouragement...enablement...same thing! laugh laugh

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#2051132 - 11/24/15 03:22 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange RR Jen
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Originally Posted By RR Jen
I dump the entire package of Oreos (minus any I eat) into my food processor with the cream cheese. I have no idea how many it truly is.


So, how many oreos are in a package? (thinks Jen really eats them down to 36) smirk
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#2051145 - 11/24/15 03:37 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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Nutterbutter cookies dipped in white chocolate... simple & amazing!

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#2051154 - 11/24/15 04:31 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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Does anyone have a good recipe for Kolaches (Kolackies)?

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#2051169 - 11/24/15 04:46 PM Re: Christmas Cookie Recipe Exchange Little Miss BSA
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I don't know what a kolache is but after reading this thread I want some :}
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