Recipe: Oreo Kit Kat Bites
Football season is here, and I love a good tailgating or football watching party. For me it's all about the food being served at these gatherings. You have the dips, chips, pretzels, hamburgers, pizza, and sweets. School is also back in session and that limits your time on making desserts or other dishes for these parties.
When you are preparing so many different recipes you sometimes just want a quick and simple dessert option. Today I have made you Oreo Kit Kat bites and there are only four ingredients. The best part is that you can just pop them into your mouth one after another.
You can use another candy in place of the Kit Kat sticks, but I feel like this is the perfect combo for these small bites. I also have a confession that I'm not a huge fan of cream cheese in desserts—shocking I know! I wouldn't have made these any other way!
Oreo Kit Kat Bites
16 Kit Kat bar sticks
8 oz. cream cheese
4 oz. white chocolate
Blend the Kit Kat and Oreo pieces into a food processor. Pulse until fine consistency. Add in the cream cheese and blend until it is well incorporated.
Make balls using a 2-teaspoon cookie scoop and place on wax paper. Once all balls are made place in freezer for 15 minutes.
Using a double broiler, melt the white chocolate, stirring often. Place the white chocolate into a Ziploc bag or Wilton icing bag. Cut the tip leaving enough room for chocolate to come out.
Remove the bites from the refrigerator and zig zag the white chocolate onto the top of each ball. Place back in freezer for 5 minutes to allow chocolate to set.
Store in airtight container in refrigerator.
Thanks for checking out this sweet treat. I am blogger over at A Zesty Bite, where I like to post old and new family favorites. You can find healthy recipes and the not so healthy ones. I believe in healthy moderation on everything you eat and to not deprive yourself. I am a stay-at-home mom of a 10-month old baby girl. We recently left the big city of Houston and moved to Lubbock, Texas. You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.
What is your favorite type of cookie?