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If you are anything like me, you have a deep appreciation for Oreos. They are the perfect treat. And if you didn’t save all the filling from your Oreos and make a frosting ball to eat when you were a kid, then we can’t be friends.
I’m just kidding, (about the friends, I totally ate the frosting by itself), but in all serious, I love Oreos.
I also love Cheesecake. I think you know where this is going.
Let’s talk about making Oreo Cheesecakes, and they are going to be mini, and they are going to be no-bake.
The crust for these no bake cheesecakes is simple- Oreos and butter.
Crush a whole package of Oreos. We will use that for the crust and for the cheesecake as well. I used my food processor to crush them, but you can also put them in a bag and hit them with something to crush them. You can use a rolling pin, a pot, or a pan to do this.
Combine 2 ¼ cups of crushed Oreos with ¾ cup melted butter.
I would highly recommend a silicone muffin pan for these. Another good option is to use silicone muffin liners. I would stay away from regular paper cupcake liners, because it is a pain to take them off once the cheesecakes are chilled.
Spoon the crust into each liner or in each mold of the muffin pan and pat it down. Store in the fridge while you make the cheesecake.
Mix together the softened cream cheese and sugar until it is very smooth.
In a small bowl, combine the water and unflavored gelatin. Mix it together, then set it aside to bloom for about 5 minutes.
In another small bowl, whip the heavy cream to a medium peak.
Now we put it all together! Put the gelatin in the microwave for 10 seconds to melt it, then stir it into the cream cheese mixture.
Fold in the whipped cream until it is combined.
Add the rest of the Oreo crumbs and mix it together.
Scoop the cheesecake on top of each crust. Smooth the top,or tap the pan on the counter to let each one settle in.
Put in the freezer until it is solid (3-4 hours, I left mine in overnight).
Pop each cheesecake out, top with whipped cream and Oreocrumbs, and enjoy!
Easy to make no-bake Oreo cheesecakes are great for parties and the Oreo lover in your life!
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