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[Cookie Elf File #421] Oreo Balls: No Baking, Just 4 Ingredients
August 10, 2021
Dear Cookie Elf reader,

Welcome back to The Cookie Elf File … and to easy cookie recipes! About once a week, The Elf sends you cookie recipes, cookie trivia and simple baking tips to make baking cookies easy and fun for your family.

It's summer. It's hot. But you can still make cookies without the oven. These no-bake Oreo Balls are easy and have just 4 ingredients. Enjoy!

Fun and Different Ways to Crush, Chop, Mix

When you need to chop, crush, mix, pulverize, or cream together ingredients for cookies, a food processor or blender can do the trick. Use it for nuts, cream cheese, graham crackers, eggs, meringue, more. Browse the latest. Take a look.

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Feature: Oreo Balls - No Baking, Just 4 Ingredients

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Oreo Balls: no baking and just 4 ingredients.

Your food processor is the star in this show. Use it to crush chocolate crème cookies and blend in cream cheese.

The dough will be thick, but hey, that makes the cookie balls easier to roll and easier to dip into melted chocolate before chilling.

Warning: these little confections can be addictive.

Prep time: 20-30 minutes
Bake time: 60 minutes
Makes about 4 dozen balls

Get the full recipe for Oreo Balls… and be sure to check out moreNo-Bake Cookies on our Pinterest board.

Cookie Baking Tip: Save Mess When Rolling Cookie Balls

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See more helpful cookie baking tips on The Elf’s Baking Tips Pinterest Board .

Melt and Stir Smoothly – in Microwave and Elsewhere!

Nordic microwavable bowls and other microwavable bowl setsHeat-resistant spatulas: perfect for microwave cooking!Microwavable measuring cups from Pyrex and others

More Easy No-Bake Cookie Recipes

Coconut Snowballs: No-Bake Cookie for Christmas in AugustChex Scotcharoos: No-Bake Drop or Bar Cookies – You ChoosePeanut Butter Krispie Balls: Easy No-Bake RKT Variation The Classic No-Bake Cookie Recipe: AKA Preacher Cookies

That’s it for now. See you next time!

Happy baking,

Kathy, The Cookie Elf

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