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No Bake Oreo Cheesecake

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Now to the recipe.. No bake and egg-less Oreo cheesecake: Its eggless – bakeless.. how much more it can get simple and wonderful for beginners!



Original recipe: Bakers Royale’s No Bake Oreo Cheesecake

Ingredients you will need:

For Crust:
1 & 1/2 cup Oreo cookies without cream/graham cracker
1/4 cup Brown sugar (Skip if using Oreo cookies)
4 tbsp Butter (Original recipe calls for 7 tbsp*)

* The reason I reduced butter quantityas the cracker-butter mixture almost became soggy and after refrigerating, it became hard.. very hard.

For Cheesecake:
2 & 1/4 cup Heavy cream
1 pound/16 oz pack Cream Cheese (at room temperature)
2/3 cup Sugar
Salt a pinch!*
1 tbsp Lemon juice
Vanilla powder**
3/4 cup Oreo cookies

*Original recipe 1/2 tsp. First time my cheesecake was slightly on the saltier side

**The original recipe calls for vanilla powder and as I didn’t have any or find in the near-by store, I used Clear vanilla extract. Avoid using vanilla extract cause your cheesecake will end up with light brown color.



Crush graham crackers/Oreo cookies in a food processor or even more easy way is to put them in a zip-lock bag and crush it with a rolling-pin.

Melt butter in a bowl and combine the sugar and crushed crackers.

Press the combined mixture at the bottom of the pan or in transparent disposal cups

Whip the heavy cream till medium peaks are formed (Be careful not to over beat)

In another bowl, beat the cream cheese, sugar, salt, lemon juice and vanilla extract until smooth and well combined.

Transfer the cream cheese mixture to whipped cream and beat till both are well incorporated.

Similarly, crush the Oreo cookies (with cream) like before and gently “fold” into the cream cheese-cream mixture.

Fill the pan with the cheesecake mixture and refrigerator for least 7-8 hours or best over-night.

Remove from refrigerator 15 minutes before serving and gently smooth the sides.

Serve with a mini Oreo on top of the cheesecake. I detest to make butter-cream at home, we don’t prefer so it stays in refrigerator for decades. Instead I used the cream of Oreo Cookies! No hard-work and we licked it off our spoon, yum!



The recipe will work good with mini cheesecake pan, cupcake liners, larger pan or disposal cups.

I ordered my No bake mini cheesecake pan from Amazon: Here is the link!

Other cheesecake recipes: New york style cheesecake & Strawberry Cheesecake

Happy Cooking!

2 Responses to No Bake Oreo Cheesecake

  1. congratulations! :)

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