Use of food processor or blender to grind a full package of oreos into fine crumbs (original oreos, not the double stuff). Mix crumbs with a full package of cream cheese. I mix them in my bocsh with either the cookie paddles or the dough hook. The resulting "dough" will be super heavy and thick. If you try to use something without enough power (ex: most hand mixers), you will risk burning out the motor of your mixer. You could probably also do this with a spoon, and then kneed the dough for the last little bit to get a firm, sticky dough.
Now the fun part: use a cookie scoop or a melon baller to ball up the dough. Place balls in the fridge until firm. In a double broiler, melt Bakers chocolate (about 12 oz). Dip balls into chocolate, place on parchment paper or slip mat. Allow to cool - I cool mine in the fridge. Devour!
If you don't have a double boiler, here is what I did:
|Fill pan with some water. Put a glass or metal bowl on top of the pan. Choose a bowl that fits snugly but doesn't hang too far down and touch the water. Note: this isn't yet the full 12 oz of chocolate inside the bowl.|