Yohooo!!! Morning morning! Today is sunny here just a little bit colder than yesterday.
Summer is coming all of a sudden from last week. Before that it was still end of winter. We skipped spring here. The cherry blossoms didn’t last very long. Not even a week because of the sudden heat.
Light and refreshing sweets is the best in the summer. We’re not a big fan of cheesecake in this house but there was an offer from cream cheese. As a typical housewife, what can I do when I see weekly offer? 😛 So I took 2 packs of cream cheese without knowing what will I do with them.
Just at the right time, my eldest daughter asked for oreo when we did our grocery shopping. Later at home, I thought about oreo cheesecake will be nice for our dessert in the weekend. But I prefer no bake cheesecake.
While looking for ideas in pinterest I found this cute cheesecake from a blogger I’m following. Bakers Royale. I love love love pretty much all of her recipes. As well as her photos. I think I bookmarked a lot of her recipes that I haven’t tried (I like bookmarking lots of things, but that’s the point of having pinterest account right’?) 😛
If you notices that why there wasn’t very much crushed oreo cookies in it, that’s because I though we still have at least half pack left but it was only a few left and too lazy to go to shop just buy a pack of oreo.
No-Bake Oreo Cheesecake
- 1 ½cup digestive biscuits or around 10 pieces.
- ¼ cup light brown sugar
- 7 tbsp unsalted butter (melted)
- 2 ¼ cups heavy cream (I used 40% fat)
- 450 grams cream cheese
- ²⁄³ cup caster sugar
- ½ tsp salt
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- 1 tsp vanilla powder
- ¾ cup crushed oreo cookies
- Combine crushed biscuits and sugar.
- Add melted butter. Mix well.
- Pour into mould, press it evenly and set aside.
- Beat heavy cream into soft peak stage. Set aside.
- Place cream cheese, sugar, salt, vanilla powder and lemon juice in a bowl. Beat for 2 to 3 minutes until nice and smooth (we don’t want any cream cheese lumps in it). I did it by hands only, but you can also use electric hand mixer.
- Pour heavy cream into cream cheese mixture little by little while mixing it until everything is incorporated.
- Add crushed oreo cookies into it.
- Pour the mixture into prepared mould gently. Smooth it as much as you can (or if you prefer a pretty messy style works too).
- Refrigerate for at least 6 hours or overnight for better result.
- Serve with whipped cream and more oreo cookies (in my case, I prefer chocolate hazelnut balls).
Note: Sorry if the photo quality is a bit inconsistent, because I was the one who took and edited them. Still learning, remember? 😉