Martini Glass Oreo Balls

Learn how to make Oreo balls in the shape of a martini glass in this three ingredient recipe to make Oreo truffles. Then add a lollipop stick and turn them into Martini Glass cake pops, well, Oreo pops.

Martini glass cake pop made of oreo balls. It's on a cake pop stick, covered in chocolate with a green jelly bean as the olive on a toothpick. Title reads 'martini oreo truffle pops, abcrafty.com'
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I originally made this oreo truffle recipe years ago as desserts for a 21st birthday party. At the time all of my friends were turning 21, but with my birthday being in November, I was still only 20. Therefore I couldn’t actually join them for the bar hopping. Instead I would have the party start at my place and make 21st birthday birthday cake, cupcakes, and treats. Normally I would make an alcoholic cake, which is really just a cake soaked in a booze filled simple syrup.

However, when I made these, it was for my friend who was the last of us to turn 21. Therefore instead of a making a a cake, I decided to change things up and make Oreo balls shaped into martini glasses. And keeping with the turning 21 theme, I infused them with alcohol using a bit of Amaretto for a twist.

Now if you’ve never heard of Oreo balls (also known as Oreo truffles), you should! They are so insanely easy to make and surprisingly delicious. And if you’ve made cake pops before, you can treat these the same way and make this food craft into any shape you want. Simply add a cake pop stick and now you have a delicious dessert on a stick.

If you too are looking to make a fun treat for a 21st birthday, these martini glasses are an adorable way to go. The jellybean olive detail is such a fun touch! And for an extra punch, mix in a bit of your favorite alcohol.

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Martini Glass Oreo Balls Recipe (with Boozy Variation)

Instructions to make Oreo Truffles

1. Grind the Oreos into crumbs with a food processor. Or if you need to relieve some stress, you can go pour them into a plastic bag and smash them with a heavy object such as a rolling pin.

2. Mix together the Oreo crumbs, cream cheese, and Amaretto (if you’re using alcohol). At this point I will absolutely not blame you if some of the mixture happens to disappear. I’ve got your back – I’ll also say the dog took it.

3. Chill what’s left of the mixture in the fridge until it is firm enough to hold its shape. This will likely be 30 min – 1 hr.

4. Roll the mixture into 1 inch balls and place on a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Place a lollipop stick into each one and shape the ball into a cone.

Oreo truffles in the shape of cones with lollipop sticks stuck into the more narrow side on a sheet pan covered in parchment paper

5. Chill the Oreo balls (well, cones, now) in the fridge again until firm.

6. While they’re chilling, you can start to create the olive decorations for the Oreo pops. To do this, take a toothpick and poke it through a green jelly bean. Then clean off any excess jelly bean that may be stuck on the edge. Set aside.

green jelly beans skewered onto toothpicks

7. Melt the chocolate candy melts according the package instructions and dip the Oreo truffles into them. Make sure you get the chocolate a good way down the cake pop stick as that will shape part of the martini glass.

8. Then take one of the prepared olives on a skewer (jelly bean on a toothpick) and press it into the top of Oreo pop at an angle.

9. Place onto a cake pop stand or foam block to set.

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Row of martini glass cake pops pressed into a foam block or cake pop stand

After it’s set, you can paint on some edible glitter to give it a fun festive look for a 21st birthday.

Tip: Use a paint brush to paint the edible glitter onto the chocolate.

Edible martini glasses made of chocolate and dusted with edible glitter with a toothpick and jelly bean as an olive. The bottoms are made of lollipop sticks and are pressed into a cake pop stand
martini glass made of oreo balls and cream cheese, covered in chocolate and topped with a green jellybean on a toothpick as the olive. All on a cake pop stick stuck into some foam as a cake pop stand. title reads "martini oreo truffle pops"

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Martini glass cake pop made of oreo balls. It's on a cake pop stick, covered in chocolate with a green jelly bean as the olive on a toothpick. Title reads 'martini oreo truffle pops, abcrafty.com'

Martini Glass Oreo Ball Pops

Learn how to make Oreo balls in the shape of a martini glass in this three ingredient recipe to make Oreo truffles. Then add a lollipop stick and turn them into Martini Glass cake pops, well, Oreo pops.
Yield 24
Cook Time 20 mins
Chill Time 1 hr
Total Time 1 hr 20 mins

Ingredients
  

  • 1 box Oreos around 16 ounces (Make sure they're regular Oreos and not thins nor double stuffed)
  • 8 oz Cream Cheese
  • 2 Tbs Amaretto (optional)
  • Lollipop Sticks
  • Chocolate Candy Melts
  • Green Jelly Beans
  • Toothpicks
  • Edible Glitter (optional)

Equipment

  • Food Processor
  • Parchment Paper
  • Baking Tray
  • Cake Pop Stand or Foam Block

Instructions
 

  • Grind the Oreos into crumbs with a food processor.
  • Mix together the Oreo crumbs, cream cheese, and Amaretto
  • Chill what's left of the mixture in the fridge until it is firm enough to hold its shape. This will likely be 30 min - 1 hr.
  • Roll the mixture into 1 inch balls and place on a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Place a lollipop stick into each one and shape the ball into a cone.
  • Chill the Oreo balls (well, cones, now) in the fridge again until firm.
  • Take a toothpick and poke it through a green jelly bean.
  • Melt the chocolate candy melts according the package instructions and dip the Oreo truffles into them. Make sure you get the chocolate a good way down the cake pop stick as that will shape part of the martini glass.
  • Take one of the prepared jelly beans on a toothpick and press it into the top of Oreo pop at an angle.
  • Place onto a cake pop stand or foam block to set.
Keyword Amaretto, Cake Pop, Candy Melts, Martini Glass, Oreo, Oreo Truffle

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