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How to create dipped oreo reese's baseballs

Create Dipped Oreo Reese's Baseballs

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Separate the Oreo cookie and keep the side with the filling & cookie. ( Save the other side for later )

Separate the Oreo cookie and keep the side with the filling & cookie. ( Save the other side for later )

It's easier than it looks if you have a technique. I twist and pull off, but you can just cut it.

It's easier than it looks if you have a technique. I twist and pull off, but you can just cut it.

Put the Reese's in the middle of 2 cream sided Oreos. My Reese's were frozen so they didn't melt.

Put the Reese's in the middle of 2 cream sided Oreos. My Reese's were frozen so they didn't melt.

Grab your white chocolate and pour it into a bowl, then put about a inch of water in a pot on low heat. Place the bowl on top and move constantly.

Grab your white chocolate and pour it into a bowl, then put about a inch of water in a pot on low heat. Place the bowl on top and move constantly.

This was very messy and hard for me & I couldn't take a picture of the process, I had 2 plates and I put a dab of the melted white chocolate on the plate, and placed my Oreo Reese's on top of it

This was very messy and hard for me & I couldn't take a picture of the process, I had 2 plates and I put a dab of the melted white chocolate on the plate, and placed my Oreo Reese's on top of it

I grabbed a spoon full of the chocolate and poured it all over the cookie and made sure it got all the sides. Then I decorated it by making curves of red frosting for the baseball stitches.

Let sit in fridge for a half a hour or more to harden and it's ready to eat. Great for deserts and for baseball games. Go Braves! ⚾️

For the left over Oreo just crunch it up and put it into your vanilla icecream!

  • Oreo cookie
  • Reese's
  • White chocolate chips
  • Red frosting