Fernanda Muñoz

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The good thing about the recipe is that you can modify and use almost any type of cookie and flavor (I recommend using those with cream). Here you can see another option of Oreo truffles.
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10 portions
  • 1 package cookie, Mint Casino (6 cookies)
  • 1/2 packages cream cheese, (113 grams)
  • 200 grams White chocolate
  • 1 tablespoon vegetal oil
  • candies, mini orange, quantity needed
  • 10 grams chocolate, bitter or milk
  • chopsticks, or toothpicks
  • threads, Red and white


Process or liquefy the cookies (with everything and cream) until they turn into powder. Using a spoon, mix them with cream cheese at room temperature.
With the hands, form balls of dough of 3 sizes, place one on top of the other and insert a stick in the middle so that they stick together.
Melt the white chocolate in the microwave at intervals of 30 seconds (and mix it with a spoon between each one) and add the oil. Mix until uniform. Dip each little man in the white chocolate mixture and place it on butter paper or a bag and slowly remove the stick, if there is any part of chocolate in view cover with more chocolate. Do not worry if the bottom of the little men is a "puddle" of chocolate, because it will look like snow.
Melt the milk / bitter chocolate and with the help of a stick create the eyes, mouth and buttons. Stick the orange caramel with a little white chocolate. Braid or intertwine the red and white thread and form a scarf, tie it to your neck taking care not to hang it.


"Imagination has no limit"


And if they prefer to make them a little more "elegant" they can form individual balls, bathe them in chocolate and sprinkle dyed sugar or grated chocolate. Casino Mint cookies are from Peru.

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