BeBe Oreo Cheesecake

I made this cake for my dear daughter who is celebrating her 13th birthday today.  Since this is for her, I must bake with something she likes most, so the key ingredient is none other than OREO.  HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!

Biscuit base

100g Oreo cookies without cream

40g butter, melted

Cheesecake filling

250g Cream Cheese, softened

20g Butter, softened

25g Sugar

140g Whipping Cream

1 tsp Vanilla Extract

1 Large Egg, beaten

20g Oreo cookies without cream ( finely grounded )

6-8 Oreo cookies with cream ( either break them into half or use whole piece )

6 Oreo sandwich cookies for decorating ( optional )


1. Place biscuits in a zip-lock bag, roll over with a rolling pin. Mix the biscuit crumbs with melted butter.  Press it firmly on base and sides with the back of a spoon onto a 6” round loose bottom cake tin.

2. Preheat oven to 160 degrees C.

3. Beat cream cheese and butter untill creamy on medium speed. Add sugar and beat until combined.

4. Add whipping cream and vanilla extract to cream cheese mixture on medium low speed. Beat until smooth and incorporated.

5. Lastly, add egg and beat until combined on low speed.

6. Mix in finely grounded cookie crumbs. Use a spatula to run through the cheese mixture in a zig zag manner to eliminate air bubbles.

7. Pour half of cheese mixture onto biscuit base, arrange cookies on the filling and pour the remaining cheese mixture to cover the cookies.   Optional : you may also decorate the final layer with oreo cookies

8. Wrap top and sides of spring form tin / loose bottom tin with aluminium foil.  Steam bake at 160 degrees C for 45mins – 1hr or until done ( the centre should wobble).

9. When baked, allow cheesecake to cool in the oven with oven door ajar for 30 minutes.

10. Place cooled cheesecake tin in the refrigerator and chill for 4-6 hours. Dislodge cheesecake from cheesecake tin. Serve cheesecakes chilled.


6 thoughts on “BeBe Oreo Cheesecake

  1. Hi Hundredeightydegrees !
    A big thank you to you ! Over here , I express my gratitude to you for taking your precious time answering my question ! I will try doing this again because recitation makes perfect ! As a neophyte, I will try my very best and give it another shot. All the best and do not give up ! Hope to see you baking the Chocolate Yogurt Cake again ! I will put through the ‘ wringer ‘again ! Hope you don’t deprecate.

  2. Hi Hundredeightydegrees !
    Happy mother’s day ! Thanks for replying me ! Because those blogs that i reviewed didn’t really knee-jerk me back . yesterday , i tried doing this , My family does not appreciate sweet stuffs ! So i placed the Oreo cookies with only a handful of them which apparently weighed only 80g . It did not turn out to be very soild as the base . If you don’t deplore , Please guide me along as i am only a probationer .

    • Hi Tiramisu Lover,
      Thanks. Try to use the back of a spoon to press the biscuit crumbs firmly to the bottom of the pan. The biscuit base can be a thin layer, but it must be firm enough to hold its’ shape after slicing.

  3. Hi Hundredeightydegrees !
    Allow me to first wish your daughter a happy birthday ! This cake is really pretty ! Although i really love eating ‘ Tiramisu’ But i find that this cake’s apparance really seems luscious . I don’t see it in the market . However , if you don’t look askance at , could you coach me via this blog ? Your helpfulness is most appreciated !

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