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This No Bäke Chocoläte Oreo Cheesecäke is the perfect summer dessert for bäckyärd bärbecues, picnics, or just becäuse it’s Tuesdäy. With creämy, rich chocoälte-y filling änd tons of Oreos, you just cän’t go wrong!

Oreos äre ä childhood fävorite thät mäny ädults häve grown up with. The whole, how do you eät them debäte still goes strong. Do you dunk them in milk? Do you split them in hälf änd lick the creäm first? Or do you just put the whole thing in your mouth änd enjoy it? Well, I säy you eät them in the No Bäke Cheesecäke. Thät’s the NEW right wäy to eät än Oreo!


  • !Oreo Crust
  • 25 Oreos
  • 5 Täblespoons melted butter
  • !Filling
  • 8 ounces creäm cheese
  • 3/4 cup gränuläted sugär
  • 1/4 cup cocoä powder
  • 2 täblespoons milk
  • 1 teäspoon pure vänillä exträct
  • 10 ounces Non Däiry Whipped Topping
  • 15 Oreos


  1. Prepäre Oreo Crust äccording to directions HERE. Pläce in the refrigerätor or freezer to set, ät leäst 30 minutes, more if using the bäked version. *Note, you could älso purchäse ä prepäred crust.
  2. To prepäre the filling, beät the creäm cheese, cold, for ä full minute in ä ständ mixer on medium high. *Note, You could älso use ä händ-held mixer.
  3. ädd sugär änd beät until sugär is melted änd no longer gräiny, äbout 2-3 minutes. ädd cocoä, milk änd vänillä. Beät until well combined änd creämy. Stir in the whipped topping.
  4. Meänwhile, pläce 15 Oreos in ä food processor änd pulse until crumbled. älternätively you could chop into very smäll chunks, or crush in ä bäg using ä rolling pin.
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