Oreo Cheesecake, that’s right.

krisThe hardest thing about this recipe is not eating up all the cookies when preparing them for the cake. If you love Oreos, this will make you incredibly happy. This recipe is a huge gift to all of you, as the formula for the cheesecake part is inspired by my grandma’s original cheesecake recipe.


What you need:

For the “dough”
– Around 30 oreo cookies, divided, use biscuit only
– 1/3 cup melted butter
– 1 egg

For the cheesecake filling:
– 500 g ‘curd cheese’ or ‘fresh cheese’ or ‘greek cheese’ or whatever you call it in English… (Quark!)
– 200 g sour cream
– 220g sugar
– 1 pack for Vanilla Pudding
– 1 pack vanilla sugar
– 250 ml milk
– 1 cup of oil
– 1 egg
– the white left overs of the oreos

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* Crush the dark bisuits of your oreos finely. Add melted butter and an egg to get a sticky mixture. I used a blender for this, was short before total despair until I finally remembered we got this thing in our kitchen ;-). You spread this mixture on a regular 9inch springform and prepare your cheesecake filling…

** …by mixing all the above mentioned ingredients together well. You add around 6 more oreos, crushed roughly into the creamy and liquidy cheesecake mixture! Then poor it onto your dough and…

*** … put it into the oven at 180° for 55-60 minutes. Cover it with foil for the last 15mins if you don’t want it too brown. Let it cool down slowly, leave it in the oven for a while, then open the oven door for a bit, and finally let it cool down in the fridge for about 4 hours before serving. This will prevent your cake from caving in.

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