Baby Reveal Truffles

By now, you must have seen, heard, or perhaps even been to a baby reveal party.  If not, they are all-the-rage with expecting parents and basically a creative way to share the babies gender with close friends and family.  Everything from boxes stuffed with coloured balloons to be released; to cakes you cut into that are dyed either pink or blue (or maybe both if it's twins)  Fun, right?

Given my baby train has now permanently left the station, I decided that I would help one of my friends share her baby news in this new fun way.  ET is pregnant with baby #2 and I was able to convince her that we should do baby reveal treats in order to tell a small group of friends her exciting news.  
Sidenote: it also meant I was let in on the secret early and what could be more fun than that?
I decided to ignore the popular cupcake and cake trend, and opt instead for truffles.  Cheesecake truffles.  Every pregnant and non-pregnant girls weakness.

Congrats ET I couldn't be more excited for you and G.  Thanks for allowing me be in on the little secret and to help share your most wonderful news....'s a.....


Cheers to a healthy pregnancy!  I can't wait to meet the new soon-to-be heartbreaker.

Golden Oreo Cheesecake Truffles

36 golden Oreo cookies
6 oz cream cheese, softened
12oz white chocolate or vanilla candy melts
red or blue food colouring

Place cookies in food processor and whirl until mixture becomes fine crumbs.  Add in softened cream cheese and mix to combine.  Add in food colouring a few drops at a time until desired colour is reached.
Roll mixture in balls and place on parchment lined baking sheet.  Transfer to freezer until firm, approximately 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, melt chocolate or candy melts in microwave according to package directions.
Dip balls into melted chocolate, garnish with sprinkles or icing.
Let set, refridgerate and enjoy.

Yields: 36-48 truffles
Store in air tight container in fridge.


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