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Chocolate Chip Oreo Truffle Cookies

What could be better than a yummy chocolate chip cookie?  What about a hidden Oreo goodness inside of said cookie?  What if I said that Oreo goodness had cream cheese in it?  Drooling yet?  I found this recipe over at Picky Palate who really seems to have lots of good recipes involving Oreos!

I think I baked mine a bit too long as they weren’t too soft, but they were still good, just ask Taylor, I think he ate about 10 of them today (just kidding Taylor).  Also I left mine in mounds the first cookie sheet full and then started to pat them down a bit so they all didn’t have big domes.  Anyway, these were big hits at work!  If you have ever had a Oreo Ball the inside is a lot like that!

Mike says this kind of reminds him of the M&M Pretzel commercial!  We have to put the Oreo Truffle in the Cookie Dough!

Chocolate Chip Oreo Truffle Cookies

2 sticks butter – softened
3/4 C sugar
3/4 C packed brown sugar
2 large eggs
1 tbsp vanilla
3 1/2 C flour
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp baking soda
2 C chocolate chips – I used milk chocolate
21 Oreo
3 oz  cream cheese – softened

Preheat oven to 350.  In a bowl beat butter, sugar and brown sugar until combined.  Add eggs and vanilla until combined, set aside.  Place flour, salt and baking soda and chocolate chips into a large bowl and mix.  Add to wet ingredients and mix until just combined.

Place Oreos into a food processor, blender or in a large ziplock and beat them with the bottom of a pan, rolling-pin… etc until finely ground.  Place into a bowl and mix with the cream cheese until a dough forms.  Take about a tablespoon of dough and roll into a ball (should have about 36 of these, give or take a couple)

With a large cookie scoop or spoon scoop dough and press a little hole into the center of the dough, put the Oreo Truffle inside.  fold up sides of dough and cover Oreo Truffle until it’s hidden int he middle.  Bake for 13-15 min until the edges just start to turn golden brown.  Remove and let them cool.  Unlike me I had Mike try one right away so I could get my picture!

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