You know Halloween is one of my favorite Holidays, so it should be no surprise Im back with more Halloween goodies.
For todays post, Ive partnered up with Fanta and OREO to share these fun Oreo Truffle Bats as part of their Spooky Snack Lab Halloween campaign.
This recipe is unbelievable easy to a make a so much fun to do with kids. In fact if you are holding a Halloween party, set up a table assembly-line style with a bowl of: (1) Oreo truffle so they can scoop and roll, (2) a bowl of warm chocolate for dipping (3) sanding sugar for sprinkling (4)and then leave the edible colored pens out for the kids to pick and color their bats eyes. Seeeasy! For even more Halloween inspiration click here.
Now its your turn to get crafty and win a $500 gift card for it!
Whaaaat? Yup, heres how to enter the Fanta and OREO Spooky Snack Lab Contest:
- Create a custom Pinterest Pinboard with Halloween recipes, lifestyle and entertainment tips and tricks.
- Pin at least one image from this post. And hey, you may want to pin this as wellwarning: cuteness alert on overdrive with the featured desserts in the video.
- Hashtag your pins with #Fanta #Oreo #SpookySnackLab
- Come back here and leave the link to your Pinboard.
Oreo Truffle Bats
Yield: Makes 20 Bats
- 1 pkg. (8 oz.) brick cream cheese, softened
- 36 OREO Cookies, finely crushed
- 4 pkg. (4 oz. each) semi-sweet baking chocolate, melted
- 2 cups black sanding sugar
- royal icing eyes
Remove and discard the filling from 5 OREO cookies; break each cookie in half. Set aside. Line a baking sheet with parchment or wax paper.
In a large bowl, combine and mix together cream cheese and 3 cups crumbed Oreos. Scoop and shape mixture into 20 2-inch balls. Dip corner of halved cookie in melted chocolate and insert into side of truffle. Press truffle around inserted wing to secure it in place. Dip assembled truffle bat in melted chocolate and place on parchment lined baking sheet. Press eyes into truffle and sprinkle with black sanding sugar. Refrigerate 1 hour or until firm.
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