Baked Oreo Cheesecakes


Baked Oreo Cheesecakes. An Oreo Cookie Base. A wonderfully creamy vanilla cheesecake filling. A Milk chocolate and oreo crumb topping. Awesome.

To make 12 of these amazing delights, you will need:

  • 18 Oreo Cookies
  • 300g Cream Cheese
  • 75g Caster Sugar
  • 2 Eggs
  • 3 Tbsp Sour Cream
  • 1 Tsp Vanilla Essence
  • 1 Bar Milk Chocolate

Start by lining a muffin tray with cupcake liners and preheating your oven to 180 degrees.

Then grab 12 of those beautiful things we call Oreos…

…and place them into your muffin tray.

To make the Cheesecake filling, mix together your sugar and cream cheese.

Now stir in the eggs…

Sour Cream…

…and Vanilla!

You should get a thick dropping consistency when finished. Fill each cupcake liner with the cheesecake mixture.

Pop in the oven and bake for 20 minutes!

Your Baked Cheesecakes should be slightly browned on top when they are done!

While they are cooling, make cookie crumbs from the remaining oreos by removing the middles and crushing.

Melt the milk chocolate into a sandwich bag and snip off a corner.

Cover each Cheesecake in a thin layer…

…and sprinkle with the Oreo Crumbs!

Once the chocolate has set, simply peel back the cupcake liners to reveal the magic!


Enjoy baking,

Jem x

  1. Sheepa

    Hi Jem!

    I am absolutely loving this! I can’t wait to try it out! Just yesterday I discovered another food blog which also made similar oreo cheesecakes, but it was with Cookie Dough or Dulce De Leche cheesecake fillings which look amazing! You should check it out 🙂 Love, Sheepa

  2. IcedJems

    Hi Sheepa, thanks for the lovely comments 🙂 Have just checked out Bubble and Sweet -it looks great, love the cookie dough twist! Thanks for sharing! x

  3. aldiny

    OH MY GOSH!!! Loved it…I want to bake them right now, LOL..but I can´t

    loved you blog

    kisses from Portugal

  4. Kristie

    Hi Jemma! How are you? I’ve an Oreo cheesecake shaped nightmare! I just made them but the mix was quite runny and the cookie rose to the top a little while after pouring the mixture over it. What went wrong?!
    Thanks, Kristie x

  5. IcedJems

    Hi Kristie, what cream cheese did you use? I’ve found when I use anything other than Philadelphia it does go a bit runnier – you could try rescuing the mix by adding extra cream cheese to it if you have any left. Alternatively, bake it without the Oreos and add the Oreos on the bottom afterwards! Hope
    This helps x

  6. Kristie

    Thank you! Shame on me I used Tesco! I’ve some left so if this lot ate terrible I’ll try and thicken it up tomorrow!
    Thanks kx

  7. Alison

    Hi , what temperature should these be cooked ?

  8. Tonica

    I made these 2 weeks ago for my work colleagues and they were fabulous.
    I found that as I used the Tesco’s brand cheese, minimising the eggs and adding a little more cheese than you’ve noted make a more thick consistency. (To look more like yours)
    The whole of my team thought they were amazing
    Can’t wait to try another of your recipes
    Thanks Iced Jems

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