Sara’s No Bake Frozen Oreo Cheese Cake

It’s Johny’s birthday tomorrow and I wanted to make him a birthday cake to take into work. Mum suggested that I call my youngest sister Sara for her Oreo Cheese Cake recipe.

Sara SMS’s me the recipe because its wasn’t written down, its just something she made up. Therefore, I decided that this blog would be dedicated to Sara’s marvellous  No Bake Frozen Oreo Cheese Cake.

Ingredients:

  • 2 packets of oreos
  • 50g of softened butter
  • small container of cream
  • tsp of vanilla essence
  • 1 block of Philly cream cheese
  • 1/2 cup of icing sugar
  • block of white chocolate

Method

  • Get out a round, quick release cake tin approx 20cm
  • line with baking paper
  • process the oreos and the butter in the processor until all the oreo chunks have gone
  • press this mix into the bottom of the tin so that its compact and even, place in the freezer
  • whip the cream and the vanilla essence in a bowl until thick
  • beat the Philly cream cheese and icing sugar in another bowl until combined
  • mix the cream and vanilla into the Philly cream mix
  • crush the white chocolate bar into little pieces and mix into the cream and Philly cheese mix
  • take the frozen base out of the freezer, pour the cream mix onto the base and smooth with the back of the spoon until flat and even
  • put the cake back in the freezer and freeze for at least 5 hours, overnight if possible
  • take out of the freezer about 1/2 hour before you eat

options:

  • use low fat Philly cheese, it tastes just as good
  • get an extra pack of oreos, process and add to the cream mix when adding the white chocolate chunks
  • I found that the above recipe makes quite a small cake so if you want something that sits higher then double the amounts of cream, vanilla, philly cheese and icing sugar.

AND ENJOY!

 

3 thoughts on “Sara’s No Bake Frozen Oreo Cheese Cake

  1. Pingback: Sara’s No Bake Frozen Oreo Cheese Cake « 2 Peas In A Pod Blog

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