Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Oreo Cheesecake bar



This was baked at August for dear husband's birthday, although it crashed into the period that I was started to busy, meeting almost everyday, there are a lot of works during pre-meeting and post-meeting. However I still squeezed out my time to make a simple birthday cake for dear husband, actually main objective is to let the children blow candles with him lol.

Since dear husband requested for cheesecake, I decided to bake using the ingredients available at home and also my kids will like.

Recipe adapted from Anncoo Journal

Ingredients : for 8" square pan
160g oreo cookies, remove the cream and crush it or grind coarsely
80g melted butter or add a little more if needed
Mix crushed ore cookies with melted butter and press firmly on the base of the cake pan and chill in the refrigerator for later use. (I baked in the oven for 10 mins, chilled in the fridge for later use once cool.

Cream Cheese filling:
250g cream cheese (room temperature)
70g sugar (I cut down to 55g)
3 eggs
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tbsp fresh milk
100ml sour cream/natural yoghurt (I used dairy whipping cream)
3 tbsp plain flour - sifted
70g oreo cookies, remove cream and break into quarters, alternatively you can break the whole Oreo together with the cream if got a sweet tooth (I used chocolate cream oreo cookies)

1. Beat cream cheese and sugar until smooth and creamy.
2. Add sour cream/yogurt/dairy whipping cream, milk and vanilla extract, mix well.
3. Add eggs, one at a time, beating after each just until blended and add 3 tbsp sifted flour into it and mix well.
4. Lastly add in oreo cookies and fold in with a rubber spatula and pour into prepared baking pan.
5. Bake at pre-heated oven at 150 degrees C for about 30 minutes.
6. Leave cheesecake to cool completely. Spread chocolate ganache cream on it and decorate as desire or just dust some icing sugar on top.
7. Chill cheesecake for few hours before serve.

Note: For perfect slices, dip your knife in hot water and quickly dry it off before each cut. (I do not bother to do that so my cake is a bit messy hahaha...)

You will never go wrong to pair cheesecake with chocolate and oreo, the combination is great. However dear husband commented that although the cake is nice, but he will prefer the cheesecake layer to be richer. He is someone that want food to be strong in taste, "liao" aka ingredients must be a lot lol. I brought some to share with my colleagues and they said is yummy!


  1. Replies
    1. this is for cheesecake lover :D

    2. where you got the oreo from? as i find supermarket oreo so so, the oreo from market nicer...

  2. 太吸引人了吧。。。。。 流口水。。。

    1. Joceline, your cheesecake more attractive leh, mine one 小儿科keekeekee

  3. Jess, after I saw this post I faster go out to buy Oreo cookies LOL! I love the way you decorated the cheesecake bars.

    1. Thanks PH. I always stock oreo at home, good for cake deco too heeheehee

  4. Cheesecake with oreo...that's a real treat, Jess.

  5. Your hubby is lucky to have good and caring wife like you . You are deserved for my thumb up!
    Like your nice cake and the dry wheat as well. May I know where can you get this beautiful dry wheat?

    1. Thanks Aunty Young. And you dun laugh at me, the dried wheat kind of plant is actually 野草grow at the road side and I "secretly" cut it.... now whenever I go, I will look around any 野草 for me to pluck or not keekeekee... pai sei pai sei...

    2. Oh, so that's your trick! Hehe, next time I go out I'll definitely remember to keep an eye out for 野草 too. XD

  6. The cheesecake bar looks very attractive and yummy!

  7. 你绝对是一个满分太太哟,这个蛋糕绝对是诚意满分的

  8. Hi Jess,
    This is such a yummy looks cheesecake.
    Love the Oreo pieces in the cake, look so pretty.

  9. Jess,很想吃一个太吸引了,而且Oreo是我的最爱。。。。

  10. Agree that this is a perfect combination. It looks very delicious.

  11. how many pax for this recipe?can i knw?><

  12. can i know how many pax for this recipe?><


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