Sunday, 25 April 2010

Oreo Cheese Cake

Posted by Sweeter side of life at 00:18:00

Who doesn't like oreos??
I guess not many, so oreo cheese cake is always an crowd pleaser.
I may have over-baked slightly as the rim of the cake is on the drier side. Luckily it became more moist after chilling it in the fridge.



For some reason, my quartered oreos were 'floating' in my batter instead of being incorporated into it. As you can see from the picture, there were oreos at the surface of the cake. My friends said it might taste better if i process the oreos into the cheese batter, making a homogenous oreo cheese batter.

The recipe actually called for 336g of cream cheese, which was really a weird amount to use since the cream cheese bought in the supermarket is 250g. As a result, i substitute the remaining 86g with plain unsweetened yoghurt and omitted the lime juice since i didn't have any anyway.
Try this!

Makes an 7 inch cake, use a springform pan

*preheat oven at 175C

Ingredients

100g oreo cookies, biscuit only
20g unsalted butter
250g cream cheese, softened
195g condense milk
1/2 Tbs flour
2 small eggs
1/2 Tbs Vanilla Essence
7 oreo cookies, quartered

Method

Set a 9 inch x 9 inch cake pan with warm water upon preheating* at the bottom of the oven

Crush cookies only into crumbs and mix with butter

Press into the bottom of the pan and bake for 10 minutes at 175C and leave to cool

Cream the cheese till creany, add milk to smooth out

Add flour to combine followed by eggs gradually

Add in vanilla essence and yoghurt

Fold in quartered oreos and bake at 150C for 50-65 minutes

Cool in oven for 1-4 hours with door ajar

Run a warm knife around the edge of the cake after cooling and chill for 4 hours or overnight before serving.

1 comments on "Oreo Cheese Cake"

Germaine Low said...

I love Oreo! I tried this and I really loved it a lot :) I would be better if its chilled but its still very nice.

 

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