Posted by Grace Massa Langlois on Wednesday, 21st July 2010

I have yet to meet a person who doesn’t like Oreo cookies or Cream Cheesecake Cupcakes.  Who could resist cream-filled chocolate sandwich cookies?  Not Me!  Especially the double-stuffed Oreo cookie, it’s one of the best cookies for dunking into a cold glass of milk.

A photo of 3 Oreo cookies and cream cheesecakes, 1 upside down with Oreo cookie facing up, 1 right side up, and one cut in half.

I went out yesterday to do my weekly shop, came home, and before I was able to bring in the first grocery bag Matt was hunting for the cookies and cream ice cream. Much to his disappointment I forget to put it on the list and came home without it. Luckily I remembered the Oreo cookies.  I could have made my own ice cream but unfortunately my freezer is jam packed and haven’t been able to fit the ice cream bowl into it for weeks.

A photo of 2 Oreo cookies and cream cheesecake cupcakes, 1 unwrapped Oreo cookie side up, and one wrapped.

One of Matt’s favourite desserts of all time is cherry cheesecake and I thought to myself why not Oreo Cookies and Cream Cheesecakes, that should satisfy his craving.

A photo of 2 upside down Oreo cookies and cream cupcakes, 2 right side up and one cut in half on parchment paper.

Plus these cheesecakes are super easy to prepare, everything comes together in one bowl and there’s no crushing chocolate wafers with a rolling pin, then melting butter, baking the crust first and then baking a second time when filled.

A photo of 3 Oreo cookies and cream cheesecakes with Oreo cookie side facing up on a white plate, placed on an orange placemat.

Drop an Oreo cookie into each muffin tin, make filling, add chopped cookies, bake, and enjoy, how easy is that?

A photo of 3 Oreo cookies and cream cheesecakes on a white plate, 1 with Oreo cookie side up.

One tip I will leave with you, keeping in mind this will be difficult, you must chill them for at least 4 hours, but if you can muster up the willpower, they are at their best if you can chill them overnight.

A photo of 1 Oreo cookies and cream cheesecake on an Oreo cookie package.

These are the perfect individual-serving delights for an office party, school treat, and would definitely be a hit for a kid’s birthday party.  You can serve them plain or add a dollop of sweetened whipped cream and top with a small Oreo cookie or sprinkle with crushed Oreo cookies.  When I’m hosting a kid’s party I always have at least one Oreo cookie treat.  These Oreo chocolate cookie pops are always a huge hit too and they are so simple to make.

A photo of 3 Oreo cookies and cream cheesecakes with whipped cream and Oreo cookies on top, placed on a white plate.

Just a little warning, once you try these Oreo cookies and cream cheesecake cupcakes, there’s no going back, absolutely mouthwatering and scrumptious!  If you enjoy Oreo cookies as much as I do you may also want to try these mini Oreo key lime pies or for chocolate lover’s, Oreo chocolate truffle tart with chocolate glaze.

I can’t wait to try my hand at homemade Oreo cookies.  I was searching for recipes the other day and it was a bit overwhelming there were so many to choose from.  I finally bookmarked two, Jamie’s homemade Oreos and Patricia’s chocolate sandwich cookies with vanilla cream filling.  I couldn’t believe my eyes and I’m sure you can imagine my surprise after going through so many recipes I learned both Jamie and Patricia used the same recipe from Retro Desserts written by Wayne Harley Brachman.  Both posted rave reviews and I’m looking forward to baking a batch soon.

A photo of 2 Oreo cookies and cream cheesecakes, 1 with whipped cream and an Oreo cookie, and the other flipped upside down with Oreo cookie side showing, placed on a black plate.

A photo of an Oreo cookies and cream cheesecake with whipped cream and an Oreo cookie on top, placed on a white plate with Oreo cookie crumbs scattered on the dish.

A photo of an Oreo cookies and cream cheesecake with the Oreo cookie side up placed in front of a stack of Oreo cookies.

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Comments (230)

230 Responses to “Oreo Cookies and Cream Cheesecakes”

  1. Ryan Says:

    I dunk mine into my cup of tea, mmm delicious. Grace you should come along and make the desserts for when I visit the festival in the sky.

  2. Grace Says:

    Tea, coffee, milk, anything works for me, fudgy o’s are great too, do you get those in Scotland? Ryan, Are you going to go? I think that is just spectacular, dinner in the sky, who would of thunk it. Wish I could go, would be an amazing experience.

  3. Marly Says:

    Did you know oreos are “accidentally” vegan? It’s the processed comfort food of many vegans…and this recipe is definitely veganizable. I know, I know, not really a word, but I’m going with it. This looks like such a fun recipe. I can’t wait to try it!

  4. Ryan Says:

    Yes you get them over here.

  5. Grace Says:

    so easy Marly, the cookies go a little soft after baking, tastes like you’ve dunked them in milk, so good

  6. Gale Reeves Says:

    I love how the Oreo stencils the bottom of the white cupcake liner. Does it just do that after refrigerated? Or, did you add Pam or something to the liner?
    Great shots!

  7. Ambika Venkat Says:

    Oh my god! I’m ogling at the pictures..love this!!

  8. Grace Says:

    Thanks Gale, here’s the story, I saw a ton of photos of these little gems and you could clearly see the Oreo cookie in all the photos. Of course when I went to turn mine out, I couldn’t. You could clearly see the shape of the Oreo but very little definition. So I took a small pastry brush and dipped it in water and ran it across the bottom and voila you could see the definition. Not sure if my liners were a little thicker (Wilton brand) but I had to fiddle with it to get the shots. Next time I make the recipe I think I will go with a thinner, cheaper, paper liner and keep my fingers crossed. I thought once it dried the definition would disappear but it didn’t.

  9. Grace Says:

    Thank you Ambika!

  10. Sandie lee Says:

    Oh these look and sound yummy!!

    I love Oreos and usually take 3 double stuff, put them in the microwave for 10 seconds – until the middle gets warm and gooey – them take off the cookie part of two of them and spread their stuffing part onto one cookie…so gooood :)

    Sandie lee

  11. Grace Says:

    Oh that sounds so good, I must try that!

  12. nothingprofound Says:

    Your photos are so vivid I could eat them. Those oreos look heavenly.

  13. anna Says:

    Grace, you are a genius!!! What a novel idea and as always, so elegant. I actually got excited when I first spotted those little treasures on the Community blog. They just jump off the page. Congrats on another fun and great recipe. Thanks for sharing.

    Anna

  14. Grace Says:

    Thank you

  15. Grace Says:

    Thank you Anna, I just loved your chocolate cupcakes with ganache, absolutely stunning and I just wanted to dive right in!

  16. SurlyE Says:

    This is mouth watering…
    I want some right NOW!!!

  17. Grace Says:

    Your description is perfect!

  18. Julia M Lindsey Says:

    Those are beautiful. They would be perfect for a shower or birthday party

  19. Jenn Says:

    Oh those are gorgeous! I especially love the pics of them upside down to show the cookie, so pretty! I bet they were pretty yummy too :)

  20. Grace Says:

    Thank you Jenn

  21. Your Southern Peach Says:

    Oh.my.stars!! I am totally trying these. They are absolutely adorable and I love that they are in the liners! PERFECT for parties. Thank you so much and I can only hope mine come out half as pretty as yours.

  22. Kae Says:

    how long do you bake them for?

  23. Grace Says:

    They took 28 minutes to bake for me but I have talked to a few people that had to prolong the baking time by 10 minutes. I use an oven thermometer because my stove is a little older and I never trust to heat to the appropriate temperature. When they are done you may think they aren’t but they do set in the fridge.

  24. oreoHATER Says:

    i actually do hate oreos. a lot. but this looks DELICIOUS.

  25. Helen from Melbourne, Australia Says:

    Just got mine in the oven….doing a test run for a birthday party. Hope they turn out ok.

  26. Mandi Says:

    These were absolutely scrumptious! I made them for a Halloween party and was disappointed when I got them out of the oven because they didn’t look half as beautiful as yours but they were delicious and a huge hit! Thanks for posting!

  27. Potato Chops and Boneless Chicken Says:

    OMG I love the effect of the Oreo on the bottom. It looks so pretty!

  28. Grace Says:

    Thank you!

  29. Kent Says:

    Wow, that looks so good. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  30. LunaCafe Says:

    What a COOL idea! Fun and elegant too. Bravo! …Susan

  31. Grace Says:

    Thank you Susan!

  32. Vanderbilt Wife Says:

    Oh my holy cow. Those look divine.

  33. Grace Says:

    They taste even better!

  34. Glucometer Reviews Says:

    Oh wow! That looks absolutely delicious, I love how you took an old favorite and added your own twist. You also did an amazing job with the pictures, I will definitely try this recipe over the weekend.

  35. vivian Says:

    Thanks for the recipe! I tried it once and it tasted awesome.

    Do you think it’ll work without the sour cream? Can I substitute it with something else?

  36. Grace Says:

    Hi Vivian, I think you could substitute the sour cream with yogurt (strain in a cheesecloth lined colander to remove some of the excess water) or creme fraiche, mascarpone would be delicious as well. Let me know which one you choose. Merry Christmas to you and your family Vivian.

  37. Lisa Says:

    So it’s 4 (8 oz.) standard pkgs. of cream cheese, yes?

  38. Grace Says:

    You are right Lisa

  39. Helena Says:

    Perfect combo!

  40. Noname Says:

    I made this for my family and they were okay. I do not think I would make them again.

  41. Grace Says:

    I’m sorry you didn’t enjoy them. They were quite popular in my home and with my son’s friends. We are big cheesecake lovers.

  42. Mikey A Says:

    I think these actually came out better after leaving them in the freezer over night. Excellent either way though.

  43. Grace Says:

    What a great idea, will have to try that next time. Thanks for the tip and happy you enjoyed them.

  44. Erin Says:

    I just made these for our Super Bowl party tomorrow – they’re delicious!! Thank you for sharing the recipe, my husband is going to pass out when he sees these…

  45. Grace Says:

    Very happy you enjoyed Erin, enjoy the game! Matt’s invited the boys tomorrow, so I will be busy getting all the eats ready in the morning. There will be a lot of busy kitchens tomorrow.

  46. Michele Says:

    I just made a batch tonight for my husband’s birthday ( he loves oreos!), but I only have one muffin tin. Is it okay to put the filling in the fridge until I can make another batch? And if so, for how long?

    (: Thank you so much!!!

  47. Grace Says:

    Sorry Michele just getting your comment, not sure if you’ve already handled this but I think I would put the additional paper liners close together in a corning dish and fill. My concern is that the filling would set after a period of time. Let me know how it goes.

  48. Michele Says:

    Thanks! I actually left them in a container overnight, and the next day it was fine except that the oreo bits softened and when mixed dissolved into the filling. :) It was still really delicious, though the cookie bits were pretty much gone. Thanks so much for the recipe! My husband LOVED it. ♥

  49. amy Says:

    is this possible with a portable oven? :O

    like a flavorwave oven? :\ since there’s no preheating and stuff

    i really want to make this!!

  50. Grace Says:

    Hi Amy, I’m not sure what you mean by a flavorware oven, is that a toaster oven?

  51. Grace Says:

    I’m so happy you enjoyed them Michele, everyone loves them here.

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  53. Silvertongue62 Says:

    Now this looks good…

  54. Cathy Says:

    Love it! These look scrumptious. The pictures are amazing!

  55. Sharon Says:

    How do you make the filling?

  56. Sharon Says:

    I mean the filing on top.

  57. Grace Says:

    Hi Sharon are you talking about the topping on the last cupcake with the chocolate shavings scattered on the plate? If so, I topped with a sweetened whipped cream – here’s the link to that recipe – http://gracessweetlife.com/2010/06/japanese-kasutera-castella-strawberry-shortcake/.

  58. Dawn Says:

    WOW Those look amazing!

  59. Jennifer Says:

    I am such a huge Double stuff fan, I gotta try this recipe!

  60. Lily Says:

    I don’t like Oreos (Ugh, telling people that is always like coming out of the closet or something!) The cream is just too sugary for me. I’m hoping that the slight sourness of cheesecake might balance that out so I’m excited to try this recipe.

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  62. ricette cotto e mangiato Says:

    Post interessante, posso ripubblicare il contenuto, ovviamente citando la fonte?

  63. Grace Says:

    Si, grazie!

  64. Tyler Says:

    I’ve had an oreo cheesecake muffin recipe for several years now and they are still my favorite to make!

  65. Beverly Says:

    What an awesome combination! They look so delicious!

  66. Grace Says:

    Sounds delicious Tyler.

  67. Tiff Says:

    This is really a unique recipe. Looks so yummy, I’m excited to try it!

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  69. maria Says:

    What type of sugar is best to use in the recipe??

  70. Grace Says:

    Maria I always use superfine granule sugar (caster) if it’s not available you can grind regular sugar in a food processor for just a few seconds.

  71. Shari Says:

    I had been saving this post to create these divine looking treats. I decided to try them out for my daughter’s graduation. They were a hit (tasty-wise) except for one thing. We had bought the canned whipping cream (for the last presentation display) and prepared them ahead of time with the broken oreo stuck into it and by the time company arrived, the whipping cream had melted to a puddle. I used real whipping cream and it was not 95 degrees out – only 65 as we live in MInnesota. I will make sure to do this part just before serving next time. Still, I loved the recipe! ;-)))) Thanks for sharing!

  72. Shari Says:

    Oh! I forgot to mention one idea I might try with this! Maybe the top presentation (instead of whipping cream) could be a squirt of buttercream frosting. It would hold it’s shape better. :-) I’ll try that.

  73. Grace Says:

    Shari glad you enjoyed the cupcakes. Buttercream would be a great option. I make a Strawberry and Cream Cake and get so frustrated with whipped cream because it never holds its shape. I hunted for tips and ran across a really invaluable one, adding gelatine to the cream, the recipe is here http://gracessweetlife.com/2011/04/strawberry-and-cream-cake/ , it worked, the cream was lovely. You may want to try it next time.

  74. Grace Says:

    p.s. would love to know how the cupcakes taste with the buttercream if you try it.

  75. Heidee Says:

    Mine came out gooey instead of hardening like normal cheesecake. Any reasons y that would happen?

  76. Grace Says:

    Good Morning Heidee, hoping we can figure out what went wrong. Let’s set aside the common reasons first, did you preheat the oven before popping them into bake? Is it possible that the oven temperature is off? I know with my stove I’ve had to resort to using a oven thermometer because I was having issues with recipes and the cooking times. To ensure the oven temp is right I preheat and then let the oven heat for an additional 10 minutes to ensure the oven is nice and hot. Also, it is best not to open the oven door in the first 15 minutes of baking. Was the filling set before you removed them from the oven, some commenters have mentioned they had to bake for additional time, but the additional baking time was different for each, the range went from 5 minutes up to 20 minutes (this is normal because everyone’s oven will heat up differently). Let me know if any of these are possible.

  77. Thorsten Says:

    Looks delicious! I´ve never seen such before. Unfortunately Oreo Cookies are so expensive in Germany…

  78. Beverly Says:

    What an awesome-looking recipe and beautiful pictures! I’m planning to make this tomorrow to serve on Sat, and am wondering if I can halve the recipe? I have a very small oven, and although I have enough muffin pans, I would have to wait before sliding in the second batch. Seems simple enough to halve the ingredients, but I know with some baked goods, it can alter the results. Any advice would be appreciated, thank you!

  79. Grace Says:

    Hi Beverly so sorry to just now be replying, my hosting company shut down the site last night for maintenance. This is one of those recipes that you could definitely cut in half. Hope you enjoy!

  80. Beverly Says:

    No problem, Grace! Thanks for your reply. I’m going to the store in a couple of hours, and now I know just to get half the ingredients. Can’t wait to make this!

  81. Grace Says:

    So happy you got my reply Beverly, my site has been down for almost the entire day and I was worried that you didn’t get it.

  82. Marsha Says:

    Can you use fat free cream cheese and sour cream in this recipe?

  83. Grace Says:

    Marsha I’ve not tried it with fat free cream cheese and I’ve never purchased it before. If it is the same texture as the full fat I think it should be okay.

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  87. Rabab Says:

    these look delicious! i want to try them but i’m a little confused =L

    by “rotating” do you mean like turn or turn them upside down =L
    and can i use cottage cheese instead of cream cheese?

  88. Grace Says:

    Hi Rabab, sorry for the confusion, please turn the pan around 180 degrees so it will ensure even baking. Let me know what you think, by the way if you could take a picture of your cupcakes I would love to feature them La Mia Vita Dolce’s facebook page along with our other visitor’s goodies. If you would like to participate please send me a pic by email to grace@gracessweetlife (dot) com. I would use the cream cheese for this recipe.

  89. Angie @ Bigbearswife Says:

    mmmmm these look really good, I love how the oreo can be seen through the bottom

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  91. Amee Says:

    Hi there! I recently stumpled on your blog and I love it! I made these cupcakes last night and have a questions about storing them. Should I keep them in the freezer until ready to eat? I also want to know how much ahead of time I should make them for an upcoming party. I am a novice baker so I am not sure if I stored them for a few days prior if it would effect the taste. Thanks.

  92. Grace Says:

    Hi Amee I am so sorry for the late reply my computer crashed this past weekend, I’ve stolen my daughter’s tonight to answer mail and noticed your comment. I’m sure I’m way to late to help with the batch you already made. I hope all worked out fine. I chill mine in the refrigerator rather than the freezer but a visitor froze them and they were wonderful. Storing in the fridge for a couple of days ahead of time would be great, it will give the cheesecakes time to develop a great flavour. p.s. Welcome!

  93. Cat Says:

    This might be a silly question, but I don’t have a stand mixer…. will it still work with a hand held mixer?

  94. Grace Says:

    Definitely Cat, ever since I purchased one of these I have it on the brain.

  95. Mary Says:

    Hi! I would love to try this recipe but 2 pounds of cream cheese will cost me a lot. Can I reduce it 1 pound or less? If so, what adjustments should I make to the other ingredients? Thanks :)

  96. Grace Says:

    Hi Mary, most definitely you can adjust the recipe. I’ve halved the recipe on many occasions, reduce cream cheese, sugar, sour cream, eggs, and cookies by half but keep vanilla and salt the same. I’ve yet to try with one package, I think it would be fine but I would prefer to test it myself first. When do you plan on making the cupcakes?

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  98. Mary Says:

    I plan on making them this Halloween or on Christmas. I really hope it would turn out as beautiful as yours.

  99. mylene Says:

    Hi I made these last night in paper liners, and when I tried to remove the cheesecakes from the pan this morning, they stuck to the bottom of the pan!:( I only got 4 nice cheesecake-cupcakes out, the rest I squished into a cheesecake ‘loaf’. Taste was superb though! I was wondering if you know the answer to my problem! Thanks!:)

  100. Grace Says:

    I’m sure they will Mary. All the best!

  101. Grace Says:

    Mylene I’m sorry you had troubles removing the cheesecakes from the liners. Cheesecakes can be difficult on occasion to remove. A trick I use quite often with a lot of my cakes or mini desserts is to pop them in the freezer for a bit so they firm up. As soon as they firm up I remove from freezer, remove the paper and them thaw them in the refrigerator for a short period of time.

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    My weight will never be the same for knowing this recipe, lol. Thanks for sharing!

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  106. Zee Says:

    Could I just refrigerate the cheesecake overnight like a ‘no-bake cheesecake’? If so, what ingredients would i need to change so it is better suited to these conditions?

  107. Grace Says:

    Zee if you would prefer a no bake cheesecake version you could try one of my very early recipes, it’s a really popular cheesecake among my family, everyone loves it. It can easily be halved. I would handle it in this manner instead of using muffin cups. Secure (with tape) a parchment collar around the cookie (make it as high as you would like the cheescake to be), then fill with the no bake cheesecake filling and set on a baking sheet and repeat until you finish the filing. Refrigerate overnight and they will be set to go. You could top just before serving with a dollop of sweetened cream and crush a few cookies to dust on top. Here’s the link for the no bake cheesecake filling – http://gracessweetlife.com/2010/04/light-fluffy-easy-no-bake-cheesecake/

  108. Natalie Says:

    Has anyone ever tried making these in mini muffin tins (with the mini oreos in the bottom) instead of the full-size version? I made the recipe this summer for treats at the lake and they were a big hit! Wanted to make them again for my Christmas party but thought mini ones might do better in that environment.

  109. Bassman Says:

    Now, I know I’m VASTLY in the minority but I thought I’d let you know – I have never particularly cared for Oreo Cookies. To me (personal taste) the cookies themselves don’t pack a lot of flavor and the creme – well, it’s just sugar. Not even in my top 100 all-time favorite cookies. So, we are out here, even if we’re hard to find.

  110. Grace Says:

    I can’t believe I’ve finally come across someone who doesn’t care for Oreo cookies, Fudgee O’s perhaps?

  111. Grace Says:

    Natalie I haven’t tried the mini oreos yet but sounds perfect for cocktail party sweets. I think the recipe would be fine in the mini pan just reduce the cooking time. I would start checking at about the 12 to 15 minute mark for doneness. It should be set around the edges but should slightly jiggle in the middle when you gently shake the pan, the filling will continue to set as it cools.

  112. Katia Says:

    Perfect recipe for a perfect dessert!!

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  114. jewel Says:

    Hi! These looks awesome.. I would like to know, 12 coursely chopped oreos, should it be with or without the cream? Thank you :)

  115. jonny Says:

    how much is one cup?

  116. Grace Says:

    Jewel you keep the cookie intact.

  117. Grace Says:

    Are you asking, how many grams in 1 cup sugar or sour cream? 1 cup sugar is 225 grams and 1 cup sour cream is 230 grams or 8 ounces or 250 ml. Let me know if you were asking for something else. Have a wonderful holiday season!

  118. Erika Says:

    I tried these out with Golden Oreos- awesome!

  119. Grace Says:

    Erika I can’t believe I’m about to say this but I have never tried the Golden Oreos. I’m heading to do groceries today, I know I must be crazy but I am going to put them on my list, you have me craving one or two. Have a happy holiday Erika, All the best!

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  127. Food | Pearltrees Says:

    […] Oreo Cookies-Recipe Oreo-Oreo Recipes-Cheese Cupcakes-Oreo Cheesecakes | La Mia Vita Dolce Drop an Oreo cookie into each muffin tin, make filling, add chopped cookies, bake, and enjoy, how easy is that? One tip I will leave with you, keeping in mind this will be difficult, you must chill them for at least 4 hours, but if you can muster up the willpower, they are at their best if you can chill them overnight. Plus these cheesecakes are super easy to prepare, everything comes together in one bowl and there’s no crushing chocolate wafers with a rolling pin, then melting butter, baking the crust first and then baking a second time when filled. […]

  128. Desserts | Pearltrees Says:

    […] One of Matt’s favourite desserts of all time is cherry cheesecake and I thought to myself why not Oreo Cookies and Cream Cheesecakes , that should satisfy his craving. Plus these cheesecakes are super easy to prepare, everything comes together in one bowl and there’s no crushing chocolate wafers with a rolling pin, then melting butter, baking the crust first and then baking a second time when filled. Oreo Cookies-Recipe Oreo-Oreo Recipes-Cheese Cupcakes-Oreo Cheesecakes | La Mia Vita Dolce […]

  129. Pinterest Interests + Giveaway | Over The Big Moon Says:

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  135. Keiran Hannifin (keiranhannifin) | Pearltrees Says:

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  136. Shawna Says:

    I’m making these today and was wondering. Do I transfer the whole muffin tin, or the individual cheesecakes to the wire rack?

  137. Grace Says:

    Hi Shawna, please transfer the whole tin to the rack to cool and then cover the tin with plastic and refrigerate for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight. These disappear quickly here, hope you enjoy!

  138. Daven Corven Lacroft (demondaven) | Pearltrees Says:

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  140. Mother Baby Child Says:

    Looks delicious … I would have never thought to make Oreos into cheesecakes, but these look elegant enough for a bridal or baby shower. Cute!

  141. recipes | Pearltrees Says:

    […] I can’t wait to try my hand at homemade Oreo cookies. I was searching for recipes the other day and it was a bit overwhelming there were so many to choose from. I finally bookmarked two, Jamie’s homemade Oreos and Patricia’s chocolate sandwich cookies with vanilla cream filling . I couldn’t believe my eyes and I’m sure you can imagine my surprise after going through so many recipes I learned both Jamie and Patricia used the same recipe from Retro Desserts written by Wayne Harley Brachman. Martha Stewarts Cookies and Cream Cheesecakes Recipe | La Mia Vita Dolce – StumbleUpon […]

  142. Air Traffic Control Game Says:

    This is one of the most delicious recipes I have found online. I made it with all of the recommended ingredients the first time and then I made some minor changes to make it a bit healthier on my second try. Needless to say, both options provided an absolutely delicious treat!

  143. Cooking@itsbest | Pearltrees Says:

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  144. Desserts | Pearltrees Says:

    […] One of Matt’s favourite desserts of all time is cherry cheesecake and I thought to myself why not Oreo Cookies and Cream Cheesecakes , that should satisfy his craving. Plus these cheesecakes are super easy to prepare, everything comes together in one bowl and there’s no crushing chocolate wafers with a rolling pin, then melting butter, baking the crust first and then baking a second time when filled. Oreo Cookies-Recipe Oreo-Oreo Recipes-Cheese Cupcakes-Oreo Cheesecakes | La Mia Vita Dolce […]

  145. christine Says:

    these are sooo AMAZING. i brought them to school and everyone loved them. the cookie on the bottom stays crunchy too so it’s great :)

  146. food | Pearltrees Says:

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  147. Michelle McGuckin Says:

    These look DIVINE! Thank you for sharing!

  148. Real Estate Consultant Says:

    These look absolutely amazing! Awfully rich though, I could make them and take them to the office :)

  149. Recipes | Pearltrees Says:

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  150. Marje Says:

    Everyone who reads this PLEASE send a note to Nabisco asking them to bring back the mini golden oreos. As perfect as these large chocolate cakes are, mini cupcakes with the mini golden oreos are even better. A double batch of the mini cheesecakes, half traditional mini oreos and half goldens adorned with rasberries are a great potluck/party dish.

  151. Glenda Says:

    Hi, I’m planning to try these cupcakes in a few days time and I’m wondering how long they can be kept outside of the refrigerator but still taste and look good. Because I’m planning to bring them elsewhere and it would not be eaten immediately.

  152. Grace Says:

    Glenda with these cupcakes it is best to keep them chilled until almost serving time. Remove from the refrigerator and allow to stand about 20 minutes until they come to room temperature and then serve. It is best to not keep them out longer than this. If you are taking them to a potluck or work function for instance perhaps you could keep them in a cooler with ice packs?

  153. Desserts | Pearltrees Says:

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  154. Glenda Says:

    Okay thanks for your advice! :D

  155. Marianne Says:

    I just happened to StumbleUpon these. Tried them right away…They are Awesome!!! Will keep the recipe. It’s a real hit! Thank you so much!

  156. Glenda Says:

    Can I use this recipe to bake an oreo cheesecake?

  157. Grace Says:

    Glenda this would work beautifully as a regular sized cheesecake, just pulse the cookies in the food processor with some melted butter for the base and I would probably bake for about 60 to 90 minutes in a water bath in a preheated 325 degree oven, making sure it’s set around the edges but still has a little wobble in the centre when pan is gently shaken.

  158. Happy 100th Birthday, Oreo! | Fridge Notes Says:

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  159. Sue Says:

    These look really good! Great images too! Gonna try this soon!

  160. Grace Says:

    Thank you Sue, I think you’ll enjoy, this is one of our most popular recipes.

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  162. Susann Says:

    Great idea. That looks really classy and tasty.

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  164. Connie Says:

    Wow, I’m not usually a fan of Oreos, but I think I’d make an exception for one of these. Thanks for the instructions on halving the recipe.

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  170. Cookies | Pearltrees Says:

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  175. Jose Says:

    Howdy! So I took a shot at baking on my own for the first time and I have a couple questions. My cupcakes poofed up and actually look like cupcakes as opposed to the pictures posted. Did I beat (whip) the ingredients too much? Also, is the baking temp 275F as well? I kicked it up to 350F. Is the lower temp due to it being a cheesecake mix instead of flour based?

  176. Grace Says:

    Good Morning Jose, quite possibly you beat the batter too much and at too high a speed. You should always beat at medium speed and when beating in the eggs you should beat to just combine because the addition of eggs and beating in the eggs is what holds air in the batter. And it could also be that you filled the muffin cups a tad too much. Baking at low heat helps to prevent cracking and yes they should have been baked at the lower temperature. The higher heat could have contributed to the expansion of the batter causing the “puffing” up creating the dome. Generally cheesecake has very little flour and usually added to prevent cracking. I do hope you’ll give them another try. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

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  178. Sweets | Pearltrees Says:

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  179. sweets | Pearltrees Says:

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  180. Jennifer Rose Says:

    This was the perfect mommy and me project!!! My now 3 year old daughter LOVES to cook/bake and I try to encourage her curiosity with as many different recipes as I can. I came across this site when looking for OREO ideas. It was easy to make and surprisingly looked exactly as the picture does, which was encouraging for my daughter because she felt she did it right. It’s good to know the photos aren’t photo shopped or just pulled off the internet.

    We now have the site added to our bookmarks and whenever she wants to bake we scroll to the picture she likes and make a list of ingredients for our next kitchen adventure!

    This site is a GOD send! I’ve recommended it to everyone we passed the cupcakes to. As for taste… DELISH! DLEISH!! DELISH!!!

  181. Grace Says:

    Hi Jennifer, another couple of recipes you may like to make with your daughter – Hot Fudge Sundae Cupcakes or the “Visit to the Chocolatier” Oreo Chocolate Cookie Pops. I find the little ones love to decorate with sprinkles.

  182. Jammie Dodger Cheesecakes | cakeboule Says:

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  185. Hisham Soliman Says:

    not sure I would particularly enjoy them but definitely great to bring to a classroom full of kids!

  186. valerie Says:

    i want to make these today..so pretty !
    but i would like to know what helps the oreos stay intact at the bottom and not come off.
    and can i replace the sour cream with anything else

  187. Grace Says:

    Hi Valerie it works just like any cookie crust, the filling adheres during baking. I’ve not tested the recipe without sour cream but you could probably be safe with greek yogurt as an alternative. Hope you enjoy!

  188. Food | Pearltrees Says:

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  189. FauxBaker Says:

    Will this work if you separate the Oreo cookie and use just 1 half as the base? Will the cheesecake filling adhere to the Oreo creme? Thank you.

  190. Grace Says:

    I’ve never tried it with a single cookie but I can’t think of a reason it wouldn’t work. I would recommend baking three or four with a single cookie to test it out.

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  192. Valentina Says:

    i made this today and they came out delicious but kind of ugly hahaha they toasted a little and sunk in the center. Why is that? is there anything i can do to prevent this?

    Please help me out :)

  193. Grace Says:

    Valentina I think if you remove them from the oven when they are just set around the edges but slightly jiggly in the centre you’ll get the perfect texture. It may appear under baked but they continue to set as they cool.

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  195. Lynn Says:

    I would like to make these a head of time for a up coming party. can I freeze them? and how long to I take them out before I serve them?

  196. Grace Says:

    Hi Lynn I have never frozen these little cheesecakes but I’ve frozen many others in the past (to be honest they’ve always gone so quick I’ve never had the opportunity to). I would make sure they are well chilled prior to freezing, my only concern is the cookies, I’m not sure if they will become soggy. How far in advance are you planning to prepare? I would either remove them the night before from the freezer and transfer to the refrigerator (afternoon event) or if I’m not planning to serve until the evening I would take them out morning of event, again transferring to the refrigerator to thaw.

  197. Lynn Says:

    I was going to make them a week a head. your right about the cookie, but they freeze girlscout cookies so maybe they will not get soggy? if I were to keep them in the fridge how long can I make them a head of time?

  198. Grace Says:

    Lynn I agree freezing the cookies normally would be fine but after you bake the cheesecakes I find the moisture from the filling makes them softer. You could make the cheesecakes a couple of days in advance, and to be frank allowing cheesecakes a couple of days to chill makes them all the better, better texture and much better taste. But also remember to allow them to come to room temperature before serving. Lynn I probably wouldn’t make them more than 3 days in advance, again the cookie base becomes softer over time.

  199. recipies | Pearltrees Says:

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  200. Jennifer Says:

    Hi Grace!

    Lovely recipe, my friend made these and they came out gorgeous! I’m trying them right now, not so gorgeous but tastes awesome!

    I also have an old oven. I was reading a previous post and saw that you use an oven thermometer, so I was wondering what the temperature should be for these? :-)

    Thanks!!

  201. Grace Says:

    Hi Jennifer, my poor oven has been sick a lot lately, I’ve been trying to hold out purchasing one because I’ve been saving for my dream double-oven, with convection option. Keeping my fingers crossed and hoping it will hold out until I can afford it. For these cheesecakes you want the internal oven temperature to be about 135 C (275 F). It’s low temp and they may appear uncooked but please remember they continue to set up as they cool and while chilling in the fridge. It’s best to preheat the oven and once the timer goes off continue to preheat for about 10 or 15 minutes longer, this helps to ensure an even internal temperature. Hope you enjoy them!

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  204. Tammy Says:

    Hi Grace – I found these on Pinterest and decided to give them a try. I’ve never attempted cheesecake of any kind, but these looked so good. I replaced the cream cheese with Neufchatel Cheese (1/3 less fat than regular cream cheese) and light sour cream. I baked mine for 28 minutes, turning half way through, then put them in the refrigerator overnight. While I haven’t tried the full fat variety, the ones I made are amazing and I will definitely be making them again :)

  205. Grace Massa Langlois Says:

    It’s funny you should mention Neufchatel Tammy because I was just thinking I should try it in a cheesecake. It’s nice to change things up occasionally rather than always using a combination of either regular cream cheese, mascarpone and ricotta. I didn’t realize it was lower in fat, that’s a big bonus. I’ve found every time I make these they don’t last very long, I’m really glad you enjoyed them.

  206. Date Night « Goddess Undefined Says:

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  208. carrian Says:

    These look incredible!

  209. Grace Massa Langlois Says:

    Thanks Carrian

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  211. samantha Says:

    hihi i was just wondering is there an alternative substitute for sour cream?

  212. Grace Massa Langlois Says:

    Hi Samantha, you could replace with buttermilk or yogurt.

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  214. Samantha Says:

    Hi thanks for the reply :) this might be silly but when u mean put it in the oven till it sets , do u mean that when I poke a tooth pick in there should not be any thing on the tooth pick when I extrac it? Cause I’m not sure when to remove it

  215. Grace Massa Langlois Says:

    Hi Samantha, great question and I’m so glad you asked, when baking cheesecakes, the filling should be just set around the edges but the centre should jiggle slightly when you gently shake the pan, remove from oven at this point let stand at room temperature until cooled completed then cover loosely with a sheet of parchment paper and transfer to the refrigerator, it will continue to set as it chills. If you bake until the filling is completely set the texture will not be pleasing.

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  217. Maggie Says:

    Hi Grace, I made these cuties a few days ago and they’re wonderful (and cute as a button!) I love the idea of using the oreo as the base. I reduced the sugar by 1/4 and I like it. One thing is the oreo base turns out to be a bit hard – do you have any suggestion to make it a tiny bit softer? By the way, I also keep them in the freezer and take out 5-10 mins before eating – they’re lovely that way! Thanks for the great recipe!

  218. Grace Massa Langlois Says:

    Hi Maggie, I’m so happy you enjoyed them! I have the opposite happen with my little cheesecakes Maggie the cookies usually soften. I thinks it’s because I chill them in the fridge for almost two days because I find the texture and flavour of the filling is better, in fact I do this with all my cheesecakes.

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