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Inside-Out Oreos

Haley Dellinger and Colleen Haubold

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Looking for a rich and delicious dessert? If so, look no further.

Most everyone loves Oreos, whether you  dip them in milk, or twist them apart. But now,  you can enjoy Oreos in a different way: inside-out. Inside-out Oreos are Oreo balls with the icing is on the outside.

So if you are craving a new and improved Oreo, then these Oreos balls are for you!



  • 1 pack of Oreos
  • 1 block of Cream Cheese (8 oz)
  • 1 pack of Vanilla Candiquik

Items Needed:

  • Mixing bowl
  • Mixer
  • Cookie sheets
  • 2 pans (to put the Oreo balls on)


  1. Crush the Oreos in a food processor.
  2. Dump the crushed Oreos in a bowl.
  3. After all the Oreos are in the bowl, add the block of cream cheese.
  4. Mix the block of cream cheese and the crushed Oreos with a mixer
  5. Mix until the cream cheese and the Oreos are thoroughly mixed.
  6. Make a huge ball out of the mixed Oreos and cream cheese.
  7. Let the Oreo mixture sit for a short while.
  8. After the mixture of Oreos and cream cheese has rested, start rolling little balls and place them individually on the pan with a cookie sheet.
  9. Once it is all rolled place in the refrigerator for 10-15.
  10. While the Oreo balls are finishing up in the fridge, follow the instructions on pack of Vanilla Candiquik and to start melting.
  11. When the icing has melted, start dipping the Oreo balls in the icing to coat.
  12. After dipping all the Oreo balls, put them back in the refrigerator for 20 or more minutes until hardened.
  13.  Enjoy your rich and tasty treat.
  14. Share some with your friends.

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