Chocoholics or Child Guests - Oreo French Toast

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For when you have a young person or a chocoholic guest or even when you just need chocolate.  Thought I would share this one, going to store for dreaded oreos.  May be having breakfast for dinner tonight. 

http://doughmesstic.com/2012/05/21/oreo-stuffed-french-toast/

 

 

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Gives me another idea.... David Maple Leaf cookies....

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Those look good, in a former life maple was not my favorite flavor (to this day I don't use maple syrup), but I have come to embrace the flavor in many other goodies.

 

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Oh Dear once again ..... that looks really good.  I'm thinking it will be my next experiment.  I'll probably use coffee in the egg mixture.

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 That really didn't appeal to me...but here's a way I love O r e o s:  Not for breakfast but this is a great treat! These are so decadent!!!

O REO BALLS

A whole package of Oreos

2 cups Chocolate chips / I tbsp shortening

Cream cheese frosting. (Not whipped) ( I have seen recipes using just 8 oz of cream cheese instead of the frosting. Maybe that would be less sweet. 

How to Make Oreo Balls

First you need to crush up all of the oreos into a fine powder.  Using a blender or food processor would be the best way to get them fine.

Then you will add the cream cheese frosting to the powdered oreos. 

This is where you hands will get a bit messy.  It's just easier to get in there with your (washed) hands.

Now roll them into balls a little bit smaller than golf balls.

Chill all the balls for 20 minutes or until cold. 

Melt the chips and shortening in the microwave. 

Stick a toothpick in the balls to allow you to dip and completely cover each ball in the melted chocolate. 

Let the chocolate harden. Keep them refrigerated.

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