White Chocolate Oreo Ghosts

Chocolate Ghosts Halloween Treats
Chocolate Ghosts Halloween Treats 2


These chocolate ghosts are absolutely addicting. Very dangerous. Make them for your next Halloween party and they will be gone sooo fast! These can be made into regular “truffles” anytime of the year, but this is a fun Halloween twist!

Here’s what you will need:

1 package of Oreo cookies (or other chocolate sandwich cookies)

8 oz package cream cheese

12 oz bag white chocolate chips

1 TBSP shortening

First, pulverize the sandwich cookies with a food chopper or processor until you have a lot of crumbs. Then beat together with the cream cheese. Chill the mixture about an hour.

Next, take about a tablespoon of the dough and roll it into an oblong ball (sort of like a thumb shape) and place on a cookie sheet lined with wax paper. This is a fun part for little kids like Cree to do! Do this until you run out of dough, then place them in the freezer for another hour.


 Meanwhile, in a double boiler, or bowl placed on a pot of boiling water, melt the chocolate chips and shortening.

Take spoonfuls and pour over the frozen dough shapes (Mom should do this part!). They will really start looking like ghosts at this point! The ghost should dry relatively quickly. Once they are, you can use a toothpick to make eyes and a mouth. I used a wooden skewer for the mouth to make it a little bigger than the eyes.

Chocolate GhostsThese chocolate ghosts are so incredibly delicious and would make a great addition to any Halloween party!





  1. So fun!! What a great idea. Plus, I have made these as balls and they are delicious!
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  4. Great twist to the Oreo pops! They’re adorable, just pinned them. Thanks for the great idea!
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  5. Wow, these are both adorable and I think I might drool they sound so tasty. Thanks for sharing!

  6. How adorable. And they look easy enough too 🙂

    Pinned it!
    Thanks for sharing 🙂
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  7. OMG these look so yummy thanks for sharing
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  8. These sounds so good, and look so cute! What a fun idea for Halloween. 🙂

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  9. So, so cute. I don’t have a creative bone in my body so I can never come up with these things myself, but I can follow directions 🙂 Totally doing this with my kiddo for Halloween!

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