No-Bake Oreo Cheesecake Cupcake Recipe

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How about quick and easy no-bake Oreo cheesecake in individual cupcake molds this weekend? Fuss-free, no-pressure. And I love soft texture of this mini cheesecake with coffee. This will make a perfect dessert for both cheesecake and Oreo lovers.

First, crush Digestive biscuits or graham crackers into fine sands.

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Then mix with melted butter.

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Press the mixture in the lined cupcake molds. This is a cheesecake with digestive cookie crust. You can just use a Oreo slice cookie instead of making cookie crust.

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For filling, mix confectioners’ sugar, vanilla, and lemon juice.

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Mix with softened cream cheese.

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Whip whipping cream.

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Add in whipped cream and crushed Oreos and fold.

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Texture is airy and light and taste is really good, so creamy and I love Oreo in them.

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Do you want a little heart on the mini cheesecakes?

No-Bake Oreo Cheesecake Cupcake Recipe

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 40 minutes

Yield: 6 cupcakes

No-Bake Oreo Cheesecake Cupcake Recipe

Ingredients

    For crust,
  • 2 oz digestive biscuits (57g)*
  • 2 tablespoons melted butter, melted (30g)
  • For filling,
  • 5 & 1/2 oz cream cheese, softened (155g)
  • 1/2 cup whipping cream, whipped (120ml)
  • 1/3 cup + 1 tablespoon confectioners' sugar (2/5 cup; 50g)
  • 4 Oreo cookies
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • For topping,
  • 3 Oreo Cookies

Instructions

  • 1. Line a cupcake pan with pepper liners.
  • 2. Put the 4 oreos in a zip bag and zip up. Then roughly crush them with a rolling pin. And set a side.
  • 3. Put the digestive crackers in a zip bag and crush them with a rolling pin until fine crumbs.
  • 4. Add in a mixing bowl and stir in melted butter until well mixed. Then distribute the mixture into the cupcake molds and press down to form a hard crust. Then let cool.
  • Filling
  • 5. Beat the whipping cream until soft peaks. And set aside.
  • 6. In a bowl add in cream cheese, confectioners’ sugar, vanilla extract, and lemon juice. Lemon juice is added because: the acid thickens the filling and it tastes better. As you see, cream cheese is softened here. So stir until well combined. Add in whipped cream and whisk until homogeneously mixed.
  • 7. Finally add in crushed Oreos and lightly stir to combine.
  • 8. Now using an ice cream scoop, fill the individual mould with the batter. And with a spoon press a little and make the top smooth. Chill them in the refrigerator overnight.
  • Toppings
  • 9. Separate the remaining Oreo cookies and put the cookies in a zip bag and crush with a rolling pin until fine sands. Then dust on top of cheesecakes and serve immediately.

Notes

If you don't have cream cheese, use pureed cottage cheese.

http://eugeniekitchen.com/no-bake-oreo-cheesecake/

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  • http://twitter.com/anniegurumi anniegurumi

    Oooh this is the first recipe I see with lemon juice! Thank you for making a dessert that I can make without an oven. :) This looks REALLY delicious. :)

    • EugenieKitchen

      Thanks Annie. :) I love all no-bake cheesecakes, they are perfect with a cup of coffee anytime. Happy cooking!

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  • Mutiara Jusuf Mcafee

    Hi! Did it with digestive biscuit crust and Oreo crust. The family loved it and so did I. Tq :-)

    • EugenieKitchen

      Happy to hear that, thank you, Mutiara! :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/maricon.tapangco Maricon Tapangco

    i like no bake recipes . thanks eugenie

    • EugenieKitchen

      Happy to hear that, Maricon! :)

    • EugenieKitchen

      Happy to hear that, Maricon. Thanks. :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/zen.tan.104 Zen Tan

    Hi Eugenie, Thank you for sharing this recipe.. the taste is awesome.. however i have a small problem as the filling is very soft and soggy… is there anyway to fix this?

    • EugenieKitchen

      Hi Zen, solutions could be: 1) whisk the whipping cream more 2) add a bit more lemon juice 3) rest at the bottom of fridge overnight 4) serve immediately out of fridge. Good to hear you like this. I love this so much, too. :)

      • http://www.facebook.com/zen.tan.104 Zen Tan

        ^^ Thanks! :) will be monitoring your site for more recipe :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/noor.tayeb1 Noor Tayeb

    if i don’t have time to rest it overnight , can i add gelatin for it , and how much i can add – number of spoons- …… i really like the recipe but please can u tell me how much gelatin i need ? please :)

    • EugenieKitchen

      Hi, gelatin will change the texture, so it is not recommended for this recipe. Thanks.

  • http://www.facebook.com/setokayan 司徒欣欣

    excuse me if i want to make this for 18 people, can i triple the weight of the ingredients?

    • EugenieKitchen

      Sure, good luck! :)

  • Daphne

    Hi there, what type of whipped cream did you use? Thanks!

    • EugenieKitchen

      Hi, I used heavy whippping cream (35% fat content). :)

      • http://www.therebelliouswriter.blogspot.com/ therebelliouswriter

        Hi Eugenie, can I also use all-purpose cream?

  • http://www.facebook.com/serenasimps Serena Sim

    Hello! Made these wonderful Cheesecakes yesterday night and they were an absolute hit! I added three teaspoons of lemon juice and still tasted alright. Thanks so much!

    • EugenieKitchen

      Hi Serena, happy to hear that. I love lemon flavored no-bake cheese cake in fact. :) Happy cooking!

  • 玉♔

    Hi Eugenie Thanks for the recipe, here’s my variation! ^o^ 164266_10151517282972878_1779286307_n.jpg

  • stsy

    Hi Eugenie, thanks for the recipe, here’s my take on it! https://fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/164266_10151517282972878_1779286307_n.jpg ^_^

    • EugenieKitchen

      Wow, those are super cute!! thanks for sharing. :D

  • Pika Chew

    Hi, instead of using digestive biscuits, can I use oreo cookies for the crust ?

    • EugenieKitchen

      Sure, I also did that in video.

  • Clara Lee

    My whipped cream turns out really awful D: it became lumpy and watery . Does it mean I over-whipped it ? But if I under-whip it is that ok ? Because I’ve already placed the metal bowl and whisk inside the freezer for 10 minutes or so . I don’t know what went wrong .

  • Xiao Ling

    Hello I have a question

    Is that okay if I don’t add lemon juice?
    Or is there anything can replace like honey?
    Because I don’t take lemon..

    Thank you

    • EugenieKitchen

      Hi, Lemon is added to enhance taste, so it’s still possible to make this without honey.

  • Jia Hui Nguan

    May I know how long they can last, refrigerated?

    • EugenieKitchen

      Hi, no-bake cheesecakes can be stored in the refirgeratore for 3 days.

  • Icy

    What do you mean by ‘digestive’ biscuits. I can’t find any digestive biscuits. Any alternative for it?

    • http://www.therebelliouswriter.blogspot.com/ therebelliouswriter

      I think you can also use graham crackers as an alternate.

  • Summer

    Hi, if I can’t find vanilla extract. Can I don’t put??

    • EugenieKitchen

      Hi, It’s an additional flavor, it’s possible to skip it. :)

  • Zoey

    Hi,
    may i know how long can it last in room temperature?
    Thanks!

    • EugenieKitchen

      Hi, no-bake cheesecake should be kept in the refrigerator because it contains fresh cream.

  • judith1218 .

    To beat means using the paddle attachement, can i use whisk all the way?

  • judith1218 .

    Beating the whipping cream with paddle or whisk attachment?

    • EugenieKitchen

      Sorry, I’m late but it’s a whisk for whipping cream. Happy cooking!

  • EugenieKitchen

    Surely possible. Happy cooking!

  • Stefy Wong

    need to put how long in the refrigerator ?

    • http://eugeniekitchen.com EugenieKitchen

      8 hours. Good luck.