Fall Flavors: Pumpkin Pie Truffles

IMG_6205Another pumpkin recipe!!! I’m still working my way through my massive can of pumpkin!!

Also, I figured I should try to squeeze in as many pumpkin recipes as I can before Thanksgiving gets here πŸ™‚ because soon enough I’ll have to start switching to Christmas flavors!!

These truffles are the perfect fall dessert, or even the perfect Thanksgiving dessert because they literally taste like pumpkin pie dipped in chocolate… so GOOD!!!

This recipe is super easy, a simple no-bake dessert, which is always the best!!!

And here is the secret ingredient: OREOS.


Oreos make everything better!!

All youΒ  need to do is put your box of oreos into a food processor and blend until they’re crumbs, add 1/3 a block of cream cheese, 2 tbsp of pumpkin, and 1/2 tsp of pumpkin spice. Mix it all up and roll into balls.

(Confession: between the time I bought the box of oreos and got around to making these truffles… one row of oreos was happily consumed… so the measurements of other ingredients might work best if you leave out one row of cookies from the box)

Tip 1: Stick them in the freeze so they are easier to dip in chocolate


Melt your white chocolate chips.

Tip 2: Add a tsp of coconut oil into the chocolate to make it smoother and easier for dipping.


I found the cutest leaf sprinkles!! Perfect for fall!!


All that’s left is dipping. Adding sprinkles. And then enjoying :)!


Pumpkin + Oreos + White chocolate = A.M.A.Z.I.N.G.


Happy Baking!!


3 thoughts on “Fall Flavors: Pumpkin Pie Truffles

  1. Pingback: A Sweet Treat for Your Tuesday: Christmas Oreo Truffles | Sweet n' Simple

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