We recently celebrated my baby girl’s christening. I’m so blessed to have wonderful cooks in my family to make sweets for this special occasion and we were overwhelmed with so many delicious things to eat on the day.
One of the most popular sweets on the table were the White Chocolate Oreo Balls made by my cousin Paras Aristidou. Everyone raved about them so we had to turn it into a Thermomix recipe.
Here is a photo of what the sweet’s table looked like:
White Chocolate Oreo Balls
Honouring Paras Aristidou
- 5 packets oreo biscuits
- 250g Philadelphia cream cheese, roughly chopped into cubes
- 600g white chocolate, broken into pieces or use chocolate chips
- Keep one packet of oreos aside for decorating. Add remaining oreos to the bowl (4 packets) and chop for 5 seconds/speed 9.
- Add cream cheese (250g) and blend for 20 seconds/speed 9.
- For safety, tip the mixture onto a seperate plate/bowl to avoid touching the blades. Roll the mixture into balls. Try to keep the size even. Set aside.
- In a clean bowl, add white chocolate (600g) and chop for 3 seconds/speed 9.
- Melt the chocolate for 2 minutes/50 degrees/speed 2. Ensure the chocolate is completely melted otherwise scrape down sides and continue melting for another 1 minute/50 degrees/speed 2.
- Dip the prepared balls into the melted chocolate.
- Sprinkle each ball with crumbled oreos.
- Refrigerate for 2 hours or until the balls have hardened.
Use the oreo mixture to make a slice instead of balls.