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An Oreo Cooke Football Topper for Cupcakes

Make these Easy Oreo Cookie Football Toppers for your Game Day Cupcakes. Easy and so delicious. They’ll be a big hit at your football party.

Oreo football truffles

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Here’s the step-by-step:

You’ll Need:

  • 1/2 box of Oreo Cookies (about 24 cookies) 
  • 3 oz. of cream cheese
  • Brown chocolate melts – Wilton is my preferred
  • White Chocolate melts – again – Wilton
  • A chocolate squeeze bottle

For Cupcakes: (optional) 

  • Green Frosting
  • Pastry bag filled with green frosting with a small opening star tip  – I used a #16
  • Cupcakes

How do you Make Football Oreo Truffles? 

  • Using a heavy-duty mixer, mix the Oreo cookies and cream cheese until a thick paste is formed that looks like the above picture
  • Mold that Oreo paste into little football shapes and place them on waxed paper that is resting on a plate or cookie sheet – my footballs are about 1&1/2 inches
  • Pop those in the freezer
  • Meanwhile, melt your brown chocolate into a bowl using the instruction on the bag
  • Roll the frozen Oreo Footballs into the brown melted chocolate, place them back on the wax paper
  • Pop back into the freezer
  • Meanwhile, melt the white chocolate melts, and pour the white chocolate into your squeeze bottle
  • Grab your footballs out of the freezer, and using your white chocolate, draw the stitches and the two little curved lines onto the footballs

To make cupcakes:

  • Decorate the cupcake using your star tip and green frosting. Go all the way around the outer circumference holding your pastry bag down, pushing a little frosting, and pulling the tip up and away from the frosting you pushed out to give the little points. Fill in the rest of the cupcake the same way
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An Oreo Cooke Football Topper for Cupcakes

Delicious and easy to make Football Oreo Truffles

  • Author: Melissa
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: none
  • Total Time: 41 minute
  • Yield: 2 dozen 1x
  • Category: dessert

Ingredients

Scale
  • 1/2 box of Oreo Cookies (about 24 cookies)
  • 3 oz. of cream cheese
  • Brown chocolate melts – Wilton is my preferred
  • White Chocolate melts – again – Wilton
  • A chocolate squeeze bottle

For Cupcakes: (optional) 

  • Green Frosting
  • Pastry bag filled with green frosting with a small opening star tip  – I used a #16
  • Cupcakes

Instructions

  • Using a heavy-duty mixer, mix the Oreo cookies and cream cheese until a thick paste is formed
  • Grab about 1-2 tsp. of Oreo dough and mold that Oreo paste into little football shapes
  • place them on waxed paper – my footballs are about 1&1/2 inches
  • Pop those in the freezer to get cold
  • Meanwhile, melt your brown chocolate into a bowl using the instruction on the bag
  • Roll the frozen Oreo Footballs into the brown melted chocolate, place them back on the wax paper
  • let the chocolate set up and harden
  • Meanwhile, melt the white chocolate melts, and pour the white chocolate into your squeeze bottle
  • Grab your footballs out of the freezer, and using your white chocolate in the squeeze tube, draw the stitches and the two little curved lines onto the footballs

To make cupcakes: (optional)

  • Decorate the cupcake using your star tip and green frosting. Go all the way around the outer circumference holding your pastry bag down, pushing a little frosting, and pulling the tip up and away from the frosting you pushed out to give the little points. Fill in the rest of the cupcake the same way

Notes

If you want to make these into cupcake toppers

  • Decorate cupcakes using your star tip and green frosting. Go all the way around the outer circumference holding your pastry bag down, pushing a little frosting, and pulling the tip up and away from the frosting you pushed out to give the little points. Fill in the rest of the cupcake the same way

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