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This Oreo Cheesecake with Oreo Cookie Crust is rich, ultra-creamy, and the perfect pick-me-up when you need a delicious indulgence!

Growing up, I don’t think we ever had Oreos in the house. But after I got married, they became a staple in our kitchen. So when I  spotted this Oreo Cheesecake Recipe, I knew it would please the cheesecake loving daughter and the Oreo addicted hubby.

Slice of Oreo Cheesecake with Oreo Cookie Crust on a white plate

Oreo Cheesecake with Oreo Cookie Crust

Plus, we were taking Nick and one of his roommates out to dinner down on the Indiana University campus in Bloomington, so it gave me an excuse to make a calorie laden dessert. Those boys have good metabolism! And Oreo desserts are a guaranteed hit!

I packed up this Oreo Cheesecake with Oreo Cookie Crust and brought it to my youngest and his roommates. Rich and creamy, it was the perfect distraction while studying for their boards.

Oreo Cheesecake with Oreo Cookie Crust with slice gone on white serving plate

Oreo Desserts

Once upon a time, it used to be a package of regular Oreos that was always on hand, then came the Double Stuf Oreos, and now even Mega Stuf can be found in our pantry. Not a fan of these cream-filled chocolate sandwich cookies, I do admit to loving an Oreo cookie crust! And it’s even a bigger bonus when there’s a rich, creamy cheesecake over that irresistible crust.

Nick’s roommate dived right into this Oreo cheesecake as soon as we returned from the restaurant. He paused after a couple of bites, smiled, and uttered a compliment before returning to his dessert. Nick asked if I was trying to make him fat! He likes to exercise like his mother, so I wasn’t too concerned! If you need a luscious, decadent dessert for an Oreo lover in your life, this is the one to try!

Overhead view of Oreo Cheesecake with Oreo Cookie Crust on a serving plate

Tips for Making this Cheesecake:

  • As with all cheesecakes, they bake up smoother when all ingredients are at room temperature. Get the eggs, sour cream, and cream cheese out of the refrigerator at least an hour before you start mixing the batter.
  • Using your stand mixer fit with the paddle attachment will prevent air from being whipped into the batter, making the resulting cheesecake super smooth and dense.
  • I baked this first without a ban marie, or water bath. I had a nice big crack in the middle. Of course, it didn’t hamper the taste one bit. And the crack can always be hidden with a few crumbled Oreos or a drizzle of fudge sauce!
  • PRO-Tip: If you’re baking this Oreo cheesecake recipe for company, place the foil-wrapped cheesecake pan into a larger pan ( I use my roaster) filled with a couple of inches of hot water. The water stabilizes the heat that surrounds the cheesecake and minimizes cracking.
  • Garnish this cheesecake any which way you wish. I used some chocolate frosting and some whipped cream to pipe stars around the perimeter then topped each with a mini Oreo.

Two Sweetie Pies

Thanks again to my lovely friend, Danielle, for another magnificent recipe! She is my go-to blogger for decadent treats. I promise you will love whatever you try from her blog!!! We share a recipe from each other’s sites every second Monday of the month.

Check out Danielle’s take on this recipe as well as her social media sites! Plus make sure to stop by her blog and check out which of my recipes she made this month, too.

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Oreo Cheesecake with Oreo Cookie Crust with slice gone on white serving plate

The Recipe: Oreo Cheesecake with Oreo Cookie Crust

This creamy, rich Oreo Cheesecake with Oreo Cookie Crust is an ideal dessert for the Oreo lovers in your life!

Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Yield 16

Ingredients

  • 36 Oreos, divided
  • 1/3 cup butter, melted
  • 3 packages (8 ounces each) cream cheese, at room temperature
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1 cup sour cream, at room temperature
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 4 eggs at room temperature

Instructions

Preheat oven to 350°F.

In a food processor, process 26 cookies to form fine crumbs. Mix crushed cookies with butter; press onto bottom and 2 inches up side of 9-inch springform pan.  Wrap sides of pan with foil.

In a stand mixer fit with the paddle attachment (or use hand mixer), beat cream cheese and sugar to blend.  Add sour cream and vanilla.  Add eggs, 1 at a time, mixing on low speed after each just until blended. Stir in chopped Oreos. Pour into crust.

Place cheesecake in a roasting pan or other large pan and carefully pour hot water into the pan until it reaches an inch or two up the side of the pan.

Bake 1 hour or until center is almost set. Run a knife around rim of pan to loosen cake. Cool on rack and then chill overnight. 

Remove rim after chilling. Garnish as desired (I used whipped cream and mini Oreos)

Notes

Recipe adapted from Philadelphia Cream Cheese.

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Nutrition Information:

Yield:

16

Serving Size:

1 slice

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 259Total Fat: 15gSaturated Fat: 7gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 70mgSodium: 188mgCarbohydrates: 29gFiber: 1gSugar: 21gProtein: 4g

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