(8oz) cream cheese, softened1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened2 cup powdered sugar2 Tbsp chocolate syrup18 double stuff Oreos, crushed1 cup mini semi-sweet chocolate morselsIn a large mixing bowl, beat cream cheese and butter for 3 minutes. Add powdered sugar and beat an additional 2 minutes, scraping down the sides of the bowl as necessary. Remove a spoonful (about 2-3 Tbsp) and place in a small ziploc bag. Seal and set aside.To the bowl of cream cheese, add chocolate syrup and crushed Oreo cookies. Blend completely.Line a large bowl with plastic wrap. Drop the cream cheese mixture into the plastic wrap lined bowl. Fold up the plastic around the cheese ball. Refrigerate for about an hour.Remove plastic wrap and shape cheese ball into a football on a serving plate. Press chocolate chips into top and sides until completely covered. Using your reserved baggie of cream cheese mixture, snip off the corner and pipe "laces" onto your cheese ball.Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate for up to 3 days. Enjoy with pretzels, apples, or Nilla wafers.
Beat the butter andcreamcheese together until nice and smooth. Normally I am the type of person who will scroll through pages and pages of recipes, spending hours I will never get back trying to find the perfect recipe, ending up frustrated and disappointed when I invariably can’t
I decided to go with a “cookiesandcream” flavor this time around, and not because it’s my favorite (although is extremely delicious) but because I’ve only recently started to embrace the whole idea of crumbling Oroes over my desserts
Just knead a few crushed chocolate sandwichcookies in to your creamcheese/powdered sugar mixture. Continue adding powdered sugar, until the mixture forms a balland has the consistency of a stiff cookie dough
Once melted add the parmesan cheese, spinach, tomatoes, and chicken. I first made this recipe last spring when I had a sick kiddo at home and had some extra time to experiment with some of the regular staples that I have on hand in the house
They remind me a lot of those cookies that many refer to as “Oreos” or “homemade Oreos” (which I’m not sure why those are called Oreos – the only taste they have in common with an actual Oreo cookie is the chocolate flavor and I guess the similar look