22 May 2013

Oreo Cheesecake


One day while I was surfing the Internet I found a photo of an Oreo sitting on the bottom of cheesecake, I love it so much that I quickly swing into action to bake myself these cute lovely bite size Oreo cheesecake. Do you remember I bought a 2 kg cream cheese from Costco the other day? yes, I need to use up the cream cheese as soon as I can :) 

I love this type of baking, all cakes in an individual cupcake liners no worries of cutting an ugly slice of cake. Is good if this is for party too. Is easy peasy yet so tasty! 

I'm using my previous recipe on Green Tea Cheesecake, modified a bit to cater for the crushed Oreo cookies.






Recipe adapted from 幸福甜点81道, 星期天的烘焙时光 with modifications
Base:

12 pcs of Oreo cookies (remove cream)

Cake filling:
250g cream cheese
70g sugar 
1 egg
150ml thickened cream
100g butter, soften
15g corn flour
8 pcs of Oreo cookies, crushed (remove cream)


Method:
1. Place the cupcake liners in the cupcake pan and place Oreo cookies in each of the cupcake liners. 

2. Double boil the cream cheese and sugar in a big bowl, until the sugar is melted and mix well with cream cheese. Take the bowl away from the heat, add the egg. Mix well.
3. Gradually add in the thickened cream, stir well. Then butter and corn flour. Stir well. Add crushed Oreo cookies.
4. Scoop the cake batter into individual cupcake liners. 
5. Prepare the water bath, place the water bath at the bottom of oven. Place the cupcake pan on the middle rack. Steam bake at 120C for 25 mins.
6. When the cake is done, take out from the oven and let it cool down before put in the fridge. Dislodge the cake only when the cake is harden.




23 comments:

  1. hi,love to give this recipes a trial,,
    but i don used thickened cream much,,
    any subsitute,,hope to hear from u,,
    thanks-u r my all time favourite food
    blogger,,,Jing Na-sg

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    1. Hi Jing Na-sg, you can use sour cream instead of thickened cream. Hope this help.

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  2. These cheesecakes look fantastic. Can I ask do you remove the cream from the cookies for both the base and the crushed biscuits.

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    1. Yummy Bakes, yes, you have to remove the cream from the cookies.

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  3. 这个真的好吃,简单快速:)

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  4. Hi, 8pcs of oreo cookies is equal to how many grams ya? I have a packet of crushed oreo cookies but I don't know how much to use. Thanks.

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    1. Hi t3ngt3ng, I didn't weight my crushed oreo cookies, you may estimate 10g for 1 cookies and it is around 80g, you may add more if you like the filling to have more oreo in it. The trick here is to make sure you crushed the oreo cookies as fine as you can. Hope this help.

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  5. So pretty! I like the oreo cookies at the bottom of the cake. Will definitely make this when I'm free.

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  6. 喜欢第一张照片,让蛋糕看起来好好吃的样子。

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  7. Tze, this is in my to do list for a long long time but still haven't get around this yet. ... This cake looks so cute, grab one from u first.

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  8. really beautiful shot. my kids like oreo very much. have to try it one day.

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  9. Lovely! Is the oreo cookie still crispy?

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    1. Jeannie, the cookies didn't turn soggy, it still taste like biscuit.

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  10. so pretty and sound delicious too..i hope i can try it out some day!

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  11. Me too, I also like the idea! And save time to make your own cheesecake base too! Very clever! OK, take this recipe home!

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  12. Hi Ah Tze,
    This is a lovely dessert! Great for individual serving and no mess in cutting! And it looks delicious too!
    Hope you have a great weekend!

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  13. These are just irresistible, Ah Tze.

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  14. Hi Tze,
    This looks so tempting.
    My boys would be so happy if I bake this for them.
    Can I use whipping cream to replace thicken cream?
    Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe.
    mui

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    1. Hi Mui, you may substitute thickened cream with whipping cream or sour cream, but as I have not try doing it myself you may need to adjust the quantity use base on the consistency of the mixture.

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  15. Can I just ask with the butter, do you actually need to beat it with a mixer? Because the instruction says stir well, but I would imaging if just stirring with a spatula the butter won't be throughly mixed in the batter?

    K.A.

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    1. hi K.A, is stir with hand whisk only, no need to use mixer as the warm cream cheese mixture is able to melt the butter thoroughly. Thanks for your question.

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