Snowman Oreo Cookie Balls

Since the Thanksgiving Turkey Oreo Cookie Balls I made a couple weeks ago were such a big hit, I was excited to try these cute little Snowman Oreo Cookie Balls using the same technique to take to a party we are going to on Saturday.  Didn’t they turn out cute?

snowman oreo cookie balls 2

They were super easy to make, and I got the idea from the original Turkey Oreo Cookie Ball Inventor/Blogger, Jennifer West at Pink When.  Thanks for the great creativity and inspiration Jennifer!

snowman oreo cookie balls

These quick, easy, and adorable little just-starting-to-melt snowball faces would be great to take to your child’s school party, for a winter sledding party, holiday get-togethers, and as a fun addition to your holiday cookie trays.

Here’s the recipe (as created by Jennifer at Pink When)

Snowman Oreo Cookie Balls

1 Package Oreo cookies, finely crushed (about 36 cookies)
1 package (8oz.) cream cheese (softened)
16-20 oz White Chocolate, Melted
Black and Orange Icing
Mini Rolo Candies
Deocorative Candy Snowflakes

Crush OREO cookies to a fine crumbly mixture (I placed in a Ziploc Freezer bag and rolled a marble rolling pin over them).  Mix in the softened cream cheese.

Roll into one inch cookie balls, and freeze for 10 minutes.

Dip cookie balls into melted chocolate and place on a prepared cookie sheet covered with wax paper.

Place into the refrigerator for 15 minutes to an hour before decorating.

Add an orange carrot nose with icing and black coal eyes and mouth.

With an additional dab of white chocolate (I used a toothpick), adhere a decorative candy snowflake to the hat (of course this is optional or you could use whatever fun thing you have), then with one more dab of the white chocolate, adhere the rolo “hat.”


Cheers & Snowy Hugs,



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