Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Non Bake Oreo Cheesecake

This is my third time making cheesecake,
but a total new recipe and not into a pan this time round.
The recipe doesn't call for lemon juice.
The previous ones that I've tried were a tad too sour because of the juice.
And after trying this recipe from Jess @ Bakericious
my conclusion is...it's heavenly!
My man kept saying it's good it's good non stop while eating.

I made it into individual cups so there will not be an overdose of calories & fats!
when there's a whole cake, we will not count how many slices we've eaten.
Made 11 cups in total, 8 will be given to my family.

If you love Orea and Cheesecake,
this is definitely the cake to go for!

8"   Non Bake Oreo Cheesecake

Biscuit Base:
100 gm Digestive Biscuits - crushed with roller
50 gm melted butter
( I crushed Oreo with cream, and did not add any butter, but it's better to use butter to make the crust firm)

Mix them together and press into an 8" springform tin. Chill it.

Cream Cheese Filling:
250 gm Cream cheese
50 gm Icing sugar
1 Tbsp Maple Syrup (I used honey)
60 ml milk
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
10 Oreo cookies - chopped coarsely
260 ml whipped cream - whipped till medium peak
1 Tbsp gelatine powder + 70 gm water

Some extra crushed Oreo Cookies for sprinkling on top

1. Measure water into a bowl and sprinkle in the gelatin (without stirring with a spoon). Set aside to allow the gelatin grains to swell (10 mins) before setting the bowl over a pot of simmering hot water. Stir with a spoon and once the gelatin melts, remove the bowl from the pot and set aside to cool to room temperature)
2. Beat cream cheese with icing sugar till well combined.
3. Add in fresh milk and mix till well combined. Add in gelatine mixture and mix well.
4. Fold in whipped cream and divide mixture into 2 portions.
5. Fold in chopped Oreo cookies into 1 portion and maple syrup or honey and vanilla extract into the other portion.
6. Pour in the white portion into the chilled biscuit base. Level the cream cheese filling and put it into the fridge to let it set.
7. Pour the Oreo cream cheese filling onto the set white cream cheese and level it.
8. Put into the fridge to let it set for 2 to 3 hours. (put in freezer to have ice cream alike texture)
9. Remove from freezer to decorate as desired and put back to freeze it.


  1. Coraine, you made the cake! Glad that you and your ang love the cake, hope your other family members share the same thoughts :).

  2. HAHA! Jess! My family members did not say anything fantastic leh?
    I think the Ang's' will always feel more special towards their wife's hard work..

  3. like cheese cake so much but dont like oreo ∩_∩

    Your cheesecake look so tempting

  4. I would definitely try this, this would save the hassle of baking :)!

  5. Piglets...make new york cheesecake! but really sinful..HEHEHE..

    CG..Yes no bake! save electricity too~ HEHEHEHE...

  6. hooooo... you have any easy receipe for the NY cheesecake? send to my e-mail.

    Just love cheesecake.

    eh... loose weight throw one side first. haaa....

  7. Hey Irene~~I never try any NY cheesecake b4, why not let me take a look and i try soon then pass the recipe to u!? HAHAHA~~ OKOK?

  8. hi, my kids will love this (actually, so are their mummy and daddy LOL)
    thks for sharing and enjoy your pregnancy..take care :)

  9. Hi Alice! =) U should try this, i think kids will love it!! and i think u and your hubby will love it too~~~!!

  10. sorry, when you mention beat cream cheese with icing sugar well. what do you mean? what is beat whipped cream till medium peak? then folding in. mine are quite liquid, no need folding in at all. have i done it wrongly?

  11. Hi there Celyn~
    Beating cream cheese with icing sugar well means u need to beat it till it looks creamy something like this http://www.college-cram.com/study/students/files/2010/03/beating-the-cream-cheese.JPG

    As for the whipped cream, you need to beat the liquid first to create medium peak which is like this http://thasneen.com/cooking/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/fresh-whipped-cream.jpg
    if it's liquid the cheesecake will be low in height, and the cake might not be able to hold it's shape.
    How was yours? =)