Oreo Truffle Cupcakes

Oreo Truffle Cupcakes - Oreo truffles and 2 kinds of frosting make these cupcakes a fun and exciting way to celebrate anything
Do you like cupcakes?
Do you like Oreo truffles?
Then these are the cupcake creation for you!!!!
These Oreo Truffle Cupcakes were

Oreo Truffle Cupcakes - Oreo truffles and 2 kinds of frosting make these cupcakes a fun and exciting way to celebrate anything

I had a vision the other night of
a vanilla cupcake with an Oreo truffle baked inside.

Make these I must!
(imagine that said in my best Yoda voice)

First I googled it and YAY!!!!
This is an original idea…
I didn’t find anyone else that had done this before!
Gotta love that when it happens!

(I have seen quite a few versions since I first made these now)

Oreo Truffle Cupcakes

You should probably give away most of these
before you consume more than you should.
Believe me this is a sugar high waiting to happen :-)

Oreo Truffle Cupcakes - Oreo truffles and 2 kinds of frosting make these cupcakes a fun and exciting way to celebrate anything


Oreo Truffle Cupcakes

Prep Time: 2 hours

Cook Time: 18 minutes

Yield: 24 cupcakes

Oreo Truffle Cupcakes

An Oreo truffle is baked into the bottom of these cupcakes and then topped with 2 kinds of frosting. They are amazing!


1 package Oreo cookies, divided
4 ounces cream cheese, softened
1 vanilla cake mix (15.25 oz.)
1 container canned chocolate frosting
1 cup shortening
1 cup butter
1/4 teaspoon salt
4 Tablespoons whipping cream
1 Tablespoon vanilla
8 cups powdered sugar (32 oz. bag)


  1. Crush 24 Oreo cookies into crumbs. Beat in the softened cream cheese. Roll into at least 24 balls that are 1 1/2 inch big. Freeze for 30 minutes.
  2. Mix up the cake mix according to the package directions. Place 1/2 an Oreo cookie into the bottom of 24 cupcake liners. You can use either side of the cookie for this. I leave the frosting on the cookies too. Fill the liners one third full of batter. Drop a frozen Oreo truffle into each cupcake liner. Top with enough batter to cover the truffle. Do not fill more than 3/4 full. Bake at 350 degrees for 18-20 minutes. Let cool completely.
  3. Beat together the butter, shortening, salt, whipping cream, and vanilla until creamy. Slowly add the powdered sugar until it is all incorporated. Beat for 1-2 minutes longer. Frost the tops of the cooled cupcakes with a decorating bag and Wilton decorating tip. Place the frosted cupcakes in the freezer for at least 30 minutes.
  4. Remove the foil liner from the canned frosting. Place in the microwave for 30 seconds. Stir and repeat until the frosting is runny. Remove cupcakes from freezer and dip the top of the butter cream into the heated frosting. Carefully let the excess drip off, then top with sprinkles and let set. Makes 24 cupcakes. Keep refrigerated.


You may have extra Oreo truffles depending on how big you roll the balls. Dip any extras in chocolate and enjoy.


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  1. says

    Oh I saw this and now I’m craving some oreo’s! This would be gone in an instand in my house! Love oreo truffles! Saving this one for sure!

  2. says

    The frosting technique alone on this has just caused me to get a little woozy. I bow to your creativity. Just amazing! You know, I’ll have to try this. I’ll have to buy a new size of jeans afterwards, but I have to try it! LOL

    Have a great day!

  3. says

    Girl… you seriously just had a dream about making these and BAM you did it?! Oreos and cupcakes are ALWAYS a plus in my book!

    Thanks so much for linking up!

  4. says

    Ok, I’m moving in with you! That looks DIVINE!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can’t wait to see what you have for next week!

  5. says

    Oh yum! These look too good!

    Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites! Hope to see you again this week! Also, I’d like to invite you to my Holly Bloggy Christmas Recipe Party next Thursday!

  6. says

    Made these yesterday :) I just iced them as we don’t have the same products here in Australia.

    They were so good, and I got asked for the recipe several times!

    I added the leftover “lids” of the Oreos to the truffle mix, mmmmm!

  7. says

    I couldn’t resist trying these. They were yummy! I did add some crushed oreo to the cupcake batter and changed the frosting, but I loved the idea of the cookie on the bottom and delish truffle in the middle…so I got right to work…yum! I’m bookmarking some other recipes from your blog now!

  8. Deborah says

    I keep coming back to these Oreo Truffle Surprise Cupcakes! This time for my sons birthday at his request!
    Thank you for sharing such a wonderful cupcake!

  9. Brigitte says

    How many do these make? I was curious because I’m making them for a friend’s birthday. I am just wondering about how many so I can even everything out correctly, and know what to get at the store.

  10. Mai says

    This looks really yummy and super-easy… Will sure try it soon.
    Thanks for sharing your lovely yet simple ideas :)


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