Easy Pumpkin Pie Truffles

These Easy Pumpkin Pie Truffles are seriously addicting! Try this twist on a classic holiday dessert at your family gatherings -they’re sure to be a hit!!

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I am in love with those Oreo truffles everyone makes around the holidays. I make about million every Christmas – all different varieties.  A few weeks ago I got this great idea to make a pumpkin pie version! You guys, this recipe is so easy and it’s perfect for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, or Monday’s!

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Honestly I am not a huge fan of pumpkin pie. But take a golden Oreo truffle and add some pumpkin puree and cinnamon and suddenly you have a version of pumpkin pie that is totally irresistible!

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My twin 2 year olds begged for one of these truffles every time I was in the kitchen.  So, I guess they’re kid approved too ;)

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Make a batch of these little gems for the next party you go to. They’re such a fun twist on a classic dessert. Enjoy!

And here’s a little snippet of my life, in case you’re curious:

26 weeks pregnant

26 weeks pregnant. Fat and happy :)

Easy Pumpkin Pie Truffles - Totally addicting and simple to make! @Backforseconds #pumpkin Pie #pumpkinpietruffles #thanksgivingdessert

Easy Pumpkin Pie Truffles

Serves 65
These Easy Pumpkin Pie Truffles are seriously addicting! Try this twist on a classic holiday dessert at your family gathering - it's sure to be a hit!!

Ingredients

  • 1 bag golden Oreos (finely ground in a food processor)
  • 6oz cream cheese (softened)
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 16oz white chocolate (or candy coating/almond bark)

Directions

Step 1
Mix everything except the white chocolate until very well combined and smooth. Chill the dough for at least 30 minutes.
Roll the chilled dough into 1 1/2" balls and set them on a cookie sheet. Freeze the truffles for 30 minutes.
Step 2
Melt the white chocolate according to package instructions. Dip one truffle at a time into the chocolate. Lift truffle out of the chocolate from underneath with a fork, tapping lightly to remove excess chocolate. Add orange sprinkles or let the chocolate set up and drizzle with more white chocolate dyed orange.
Store covered in the refrigerator.

 

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Comments

  1. says

    These look amazing. So fun and colorful. I haven’t done or seen oreo truffles before. What a fun idea, I think I’m going to have to try them around the holidays.

  2. says

    Yum! These incorporate some of my all time favorite ingredients (white chocolate, pumpkin, and Golden Oreos) and I love how pretty you made them :).

  3. says

    Awesome idea! These would not last long in our house!

  4. says

    The golden Orea/pumpkin combo sounds delicious, Stephanie, and these look so cute and festive for fall!

    And you are just glowing in your baby bump picture…congratulations! :)

  5. says

    These truffles look amazing! I love recipes like this because they make portion control so easy! Your baby bump is so cute! :)

  6. says

    You are darling!!!! Congratulations!! Are you having a boy or girl? Or are you not finding out? Your little bump is too cute!

    These truffles look so freaking delicious. I HAVE to make them! Pinning now to my Fall & Halloween pin board! Congrats again! :)

    • says

      Thank you so much, Jen!! We are having a boy! My 4 year old daughter will be the lone princess with twin 2 year old brothers and now this baby boy. We are thrilled :) Thanks for pinning too!

  7. says

    Hello I am stopping by from Wake up Wednesday! These look amazing, and I can’t wait to try them sometime! :)

  8. says

    Am a new visitor from Whatever Wednesday. These truffles look absolutely amazing! Perfect for that sweet craving! You look amazing in your baby bump pic!

  9. says

    These look really good. Thanks for sharing them with us. You still look really good, and NOT fat!

  10. says

    CanNOT wait to make these and devour them! Featuring you this weekend!! Thanks for linkin to Sunday FUNday!

  11. Jen says

    I have to make these for my office halloween party! Around how many truffles does this recipe make?

    • says

      Hi, Jen! I got about 65 truffles out of this recipe. Hope they’re a hit at your party! :)

  12. says

    Those look really good! And so pretty too! Everything sounds good but the cream cheese, I personally don’t like it and my hubby won’t touch anything that has cream cheese in it with a 10 foot pole. Any ideas for substitutions?

  13. says

    I’ll have to try these! I would’ve never thought to add pumpkin puree – are they more “crumbly” or dry when compared to the traditional oreo truffles (crushed oreos/cream cheese)?
    Thanks for sharing, you’re looking great!

    • says

      Yes, try them! They are not crumbly or dry at all! They have almost the exact texture as the regular Oreo truffles. Thanks for stopping by, Sarah!

  14. says

    These look divine! I can’t wait to try them. I’ve made the oreo cookie truffles before and they looks horrendous- I really messed them up, but boy did they taste good. I’m hoping I have better luck with these! Thanks for sharing the recipe :-)

  15. aanchal says

    Thank you for the recipe!

    I’ve seen other variations online, but I really want to try this one! It looks so good! :)

    My question: If i use crushed gingersnaps cookies instead of golden oreos, would it taste more like pumpkin pie? or do the gingersnap cookies have too much flavor that it would overpower the pumpkin mixture?

    thanks in advance!

    • says

      I think the gingersnaps would be a fun variation, but as far as tasting the most like actual pumpkin pie – the golden oreos are perfect! Gingersnaps would give them a strong ginger flavor not normally found in traditional pumpkin pie. Either way, I bet they’d taste yummy :) Hope you enjoy them!

  16. Cheryl says

    My dough did not seem thick enough to roll into balls :(
    It tastes super yummy though. I followed the recipe? Help? Thank you.

    • says

      Try leaving the dough in the refrigerator for a couple hours. The dough is soft, but it shouldn’t be too soft to roll. If it still isn’t thick enough try adding some powdered sugar. Keeping them refrigerated (or even in the freezer for a bit) should do the trick. Good luck!

  17. Amanda says

    Hi there, these look fantastic, I do have a question though. Would I remove the creme filling before putting the cookies into the food processor? Thanks so much!!

  18. Jean says

    Have you ever made these ahead and frozen them?

  19. Stevi says

    First of all let me say that these are amazing. Like, wow. Too good for my own sake.

    However, I need some help. Your fork method for dipping is fantastic, but as always I had serious trouble with the dipping part of this. My problem was the fork started picking up bits of the pumpkin part, and eventually got mixed into the dipping chocolate. So over time the white chocolate got thicker and clumpier and my second half is a mess! Once you dip them and tap off the excess, what do you do to keep the pumpkin mess from sticking to everything? And yes, I’m aware this may be the dumbest question in the history of dumb questions, but oh well. I want my truffles to look as amazing as yours!!!

    • says

      So glad you loved these, Stevi! And this is not a dumb question. Dipping truffles can be tricky! My first tip is to work in batches. Take 5 or so truffles out to dip and keep the others frozen until you’re ready for them. Secondly, try using the long side of a toothpick to slide the truffle off the fork after it’s been dipped. Then if your fork has any pumpkin on it, wipe it off before dipping the next truffle. Hope these tips are helpful to you! Thanks for reading :)

      • Stevi says

        Those are great tips…can’t believe I didn’t think of them myself! Do you thin your chocolate with something, or just heat it as is?

        • says

          Have you tried using white chocolate Almond Bark or Candy Coating? It melts much thinner than regular white chocolate and makes dipping easier. Keep me posted if you try again! :)

  20. Anna says

    Do you think these would be good with Pumpkin Spice Oreos? Or would it be too much?

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