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  • TM 31
published: 2011/12/09
changed: 2014/01/02


Oreo cheesecake balls

  • 2 packages Oreos
  • 250 grams Philadelphia cream cheese, Cut into chunks
  • white chocolate, For tops
  • 35 Jaffas, For tops
  • Mint leaf lollies, Chopped, for tops

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Recipe's preparation

  1. Crush Oreos on speed 5 for 15 seconds

  2. Add Cream cheese and knead for 2 minutes with the thermomix kneading function.

    Roll into balls by hand and place in the fridge to set. 

  3. Place a little melted white chocolate, a jaffa and peice of mint leaf onto each pudding and return to fridge to set.

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Oreo cheesecake balls ("Christmas puddings")



  • 1. December 2019 - 17:14

    Thank You for sharing this AWESOME RECIPE with us Bellany, cant wait to make them up, am sure will have to make double the recipe though, half for here, and half for my Mums...then triple recipe for XMAS DAY ..THANKS AGAIN FOR AWESOME RECIPE XXX 💖💖💗💗

  • 11. December 2018 - 11:53

    How long in advance can you make these?

  • 8. December 2017 - 13:21

    saxon: Found home brand spearmint leaves at Woolies

  • 1. December 2017 - 22:01

    Great recipe easy to make everyone loved them.
    Can someone tell me don't they make spearmint leaves any more ?

  • 24. December 2016 - 18:23

    Made it for the second time. I used two packs of 135g Oreos, and instead of melting white chocolate, I just used white chocolate ice magic. This made the process and cleaning much easier. Thanks again, a great and simple recipe.

  • 16. December 2016 - 16:23

    Such an easy recipe but has the wow factor! Everyone loved these!

  • 23. December 2015 - 21:28

    Super easy to make and they were a hit at my husbands work morning tea. I used raspberry lollies in place of jaffas (I couldn't believe IGA didn't have Jaffas!) and 400g of Oreos. 

  • 22. December 2015 - 00:10

    I've just made my second batch- the first only lasted a day. No spearmint leaves, but made do with green lollies cut to resemble the leaves. Fun holiday cooking and easy for kids to make.

  • 16. December 2015 - 15:54

    I made these as gifts for teachers and child educators. They were well received and a great surprise for some that were expecting the tradition balls made from christmas cake. 

    These were easy to make and quick to put together. My children loved them too.

    I did find if they were out of the fridge for a while they did go slightly soft and a little sticky but not enough to cause any issues. 

    Thanks for sharing and I think this will be a regular at christmas time

  • 15. December 2015 - 09:43

    Wonderful! I added 30grams of Baileys to the mix. Next time, i think i would add more oreos to account for more baileys. But 30grams did give a nice hint. The oreos i bought came in little packs, so i just placed 400 grams, and it worked out well.

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