No Bake Cheesecake With Oreo Crust

5,563

267

9

About: Mom of 2 kids, Food Blogger, Foodie :)

Cheesecake is a rich, smooth and creamy dessert.

It is no-bake version.

The base crust is made of oreo crumbs, the filling is mixture of cream cheese and condense milk. Topped with chocolate sauce and fresh rasberries. Sounds delicious right??

We all liked it lot.. pls try this recipe.. I am sure you will love it..

Teacher Notes

Teachers! Did you use this instructable in your classroom?
Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson.

Step 1: Ingredients

For Base crust:

Oreo - 20 biscuits

3 tbsp melted unsalted butter

2 tbsp granulated sugar

For Creamcheese fiiling:

1 - 8 ounce creamcheese, softened

1 cup sweetened condense milk

1 tsp Vanilla extract

For Topping:

Chocolate sauce

Fresh rasberries

Serves : 8

Step 2: Oreo Base Crust

Take oreo biscuits in ziplock bag, crush them into fine powder using rolling pin.

In a bowl, add oreo crumbs, melted butter and sugar. Mix it well until all combined.

Transfer the mixture into 6 inch round springform pan. Spread and press with tumbler/glass. Refrigerate it until use.

Step 3: Creamcheese Filling

In a large mixing bowl, add cream cheese and beat it with electric hand mixer until creamy.

Add condense milk and vanilla essence, beat untill smooth and creamy.

Pour the creamy mixture over the base crust and spread it evenly with rubber spatula.

Step 4: Cheesecake Topping

Take chocolate sauce and pour drop of circles over the cake.

Use clean thoothpick or skewer, drag through the centre of circle in a continous line.

Top with fresh rasberries and cover the pan with plastric wrap.

Refridgerate it for 4 hours.

Serve chill

Sweet Tooth Contest

Participated in the
Sweet Tooth Contest

1 Person Made This Project!

Recommendations

  • Meal Prep Challenge

    Meal Prep Challenge
  • Reuse Contest

    Reuse Contest
  • Made with Math Contest

    Made with Math Contest

9 Discussions

0
None
jedridge

4 years ago

made it and refrigerated for around 12 hours, but it still hadn't set as I discovered to my dismay as it leaked all over my car... I followed the recipe to the letter too?

1 reply
0
None
SherylinRMjedridge

Reply 3 years ago

It has to be served chilled.

It simply melted is all.

Cars can be very warm. Don't forget, even we are almost 100 degrees Fahrenheit. MUCH warmer than a chilled cheese cake. So you might not have noticed how warm it was in your car at the time.

Hope this helps :)

0
None
sunshiine

4 years ago on Introduction

This looks very tasty. I like the design on the second picture. Thanks for sharing

Bhawya and do have a great day.

sunshiine~

1 reply