I still have a few baking that done long time ago that need to "get rid" fast. This is one of them, which was baked for dear brother birthday which birthday fall at the same day as dear daughter. I baked it together with the angry birthday cake since they were celebrating together.
I was so stress since I had stopped baking for nearly a year. With a super active new born that needed to breast feed once 2 hourly, I really had hard time to squeeze out my limited free time to do the baking. Luckily everything went well, phew... the birthday boy was so happy to receive the cake. Guess he miss his sis baking so much lol.
I reduced the ingredients to bake a 7" cake but actually the amount can fit into 8" nicely, 7" will yield tall cake that require longer time to bake.
Recipe adapted from Fantastic Cheesecake by Alex Goh
Biscuit Base :
100g Oreo Cookies (minus the creme), crushed
30g unsalted butter
Filling : for 7" or 8" round cake pan
660g cream cheese
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
175g whipping cream
12 pcs oreo cookies, quartered
50g chocolate, melted
1. Press the biscuit base onto the bottom of the springform cake tin. Bake ar 160C for 10 mins and set aside to cool.
2. Cream sugar and cream cheese until smooth. Add vanilla extra and mix until well blended.
3. Add eggs one at a time and cream until smooth.
4. Add whipping cream and cream until well combined.
5. Add oreo cookies and stir until well mixed.
6. Pour the cheese filling into the prepared biscuit base.
7. Bake at 160C for 50 mins or until centre is almost set. Turn off the oven and leave the cake cool in the oven with the door slightly open for 1 hr. (I baked for 1 hr and 10 mins)
8. Run a small knife around the rim of the cake pan to loosen the cake. Set aside to cool.
9. Cover the cake and refrigerate for 5 hours or overnight.
10. Unmould the cake. Pour some chocolate ganache in the center of the cake.
11. Refrigerate it for 2 hours and let the chocolate ganache set.
Okay...i have some left over cream cheese. Must try out this recipe!ReplyDelete
I can't find anyone who doesn't like oreo biscuit & oreo + cheesecake = delicious!ReplyDelete
Mmmmm your cheesecake looks so delicious, I feel like baking one soon!ReplyDelete
That's a lovely birthday cake. Love to see the oreo inside the cheesecake... so yummy!ReplyDelete
A very nice cake...ReplyDelete
I have never bake a strong cheese cake before as my family seem don't really appreciate it, but I hope I will try one soon..ReplyDelete
i agree with the rest - your decoration is very nice and the cake looks super cheesy and yummy!ReplyDelete
i would also think oreo cheesecake is delicious! would be so nice if i can hv a piece now for late supper!!ReplyDelete
Long live the Oreo Queen :)ReplyDelete
Lovely cakes.. i am just drooling over all your cakes recipes. So many new ones for me to try out.ReplyDelete
Will the cake becomes hard the longer u bake? I waited for the middle to settle in but it never seem to settle down completely, there's still a small bump so I ended up baking for 1hr30mins. The top colour became very dark, but I haven't try the inside. I hope its edible still.ReplyDelete
Will the cake turn hard if bake for a longer time? I ended up baking for 1hr30mins cause I was waiting for the middle to settle in but it didn't and still have a small bump. The top colour turn very dark but I hope the inside is still edible.ReplyDelete
Hi, you do not need to bake till totally set, it was stated in my direction.Delete