Monday, November 26, 2012

Fluff Balls

"Fluff Balls" 
Kelly Stones
Grandma used to make these yummy chocolate balls and we 
started calling them "fluff balls"...not really sure why.
3 - 8oz Almond Chocolate Hershey Bars
1 - 12oz Cool Whip, thawed
Nilla Waffers (crushed up very fine, I throw mine in a food processor)
Melt chocolate over hot- not boiling water. Let chocolate cool.
Still in cool whip.
Shape into balls (I use a medium cookie scoop)
Roll in crushed nilla crumbs
They taste best cold or even frozen in my opinion!!
Helpful Tips: Make sure cool whip is completely thawed or you'll get chocolate chunks. 
If your mixture is too hard to work with, put in freezer for a little bit.

Oreo Truffles
Super yummy recipe my sister Elisa gave me.

1 pkg oreo's crushed-include cookie filling (I use food processor)
1- 8oz pkg cream cheese, thawed
white dipping chocolate (not almond bark)
milk chocolate (optional for decoration)

Mix crushed Oreo's and cream cheese together. Form into small balls and dip in melted white chocolate. Drizzle with milk chocolate. I've seen others dipped in milk chocolate or semi-sweet- your preference!!


  1. Looks like I need a food processor. I can remember Mom (Grandma) making her "Fluff Balls." But she didn't discover them until I had left home. Bummer! (Terry)

  2. Aunt Terry you can always put the cookies in the blender to chop them. That is what I did to make the crust for the pumpkin pie.

  3. I just use a ziploc bag and a rolling pin.