Sunday, August 26, 2012

Delicious Oreo Cheesecake Dessert

 Its almost like every time you add oreo to your desserts it tends to make them 10x better.
And what have we been seeing lately? ... Oreo cheesecake!
Oreo dessert recipes on the web or even Oreo desserts sold at our favorite coffee shops.

I thought of making an Oreo cheesecake but this time eaten straight from a dessert glass.
I actually prefer having desserts in a glass. I just think its easier to eat from and most importantly they usually look pretty!

uhmm I guess grey-colored dessert isn't that pretty, but trust me its TOO DELICIOUS.
And the best thing is that it's super easy to make. Anyone can make this dessert!

Prep time: 10 minutes. Makes 8 servings (varies according to dessert glasses)


2 long packs of oreo biscuits. (I used around 16-20 pieces)
Sweetend Condensed milk. (make sure you have at least one can. You might need more depending on the size)
300g cream cheese.
1/2 cup sugar.
1 cup cream. (Now I usually use a pretty heavy looking cream sold under the Nestle brand - I attached a photo I found on the web- however if you don't find that you can go for heavy cream but taste the mixture after that and see if you'll need more sugar)

1. Crush oreo's in a food processor (without the white part) and transfer to a bowl.
2. Start by adding 2 tablespoons of condensed milk to your crushed oreo's and mix. Add more condensed milk if needed. The Oreo's should be sticky by now.

These crushed Oreo's should make the bottom part of the dessert. Begin by spooning them in your glasses.

3. In a blender, mix cream cheese, sugar, heavy cream and 2 tablespoons of condensed milk.
4. Transfer the cheese mixture to another bowl and add hand-crushed oreos to the mixture. Size of the crushed oreos shouldn't be too small or too big. Just crush them in small sizes with your hand as you add them to the mixture.
5. Mix the cheese mixture with a spatula/spoon so that the hand-crushed oreo's blend in perfectly.

Spoon the mixture over the bottom layer of oreo's. Top with an Oreo and set in the fridge for at least an hour.

Note: They would also look awesome if you make one more layer of crushed oreo and then the mixture again, in thin parfait glasses.

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