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Easy Oreo Cheesecake Cups Recipe

Updated on June 4, 2014
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Xeng is a researcher at the University of the Philippines where she is currently working on a dissertation for her Masters in Communication.


What is life without cheesecake?

There are different kinds of cheesecake to suit everyone's tastes. So far, I've tried blueberry, strawberry, orange, oreo, chocolate, and the classic cheesecakes. I've liked them all but I found the oreo cheesecake to be my favorite. Probably because it's easier to find oreos than berries here in the Philippines. One time I was craving really bad for cheesecake that I decided to try to make my own. Here's the recipe I used. Check it out below. :)

Sink your teeth in oreo cheese cups without leaving the comforts of your home
Sink your teeth in oreo cheese cups without leaving the comforts of your home | Source

Cook Time

Prep time: 30 min
Cook time: 20 min
Ready in: 50 min
Yields: 25 cups


  • 1 pack cream cheese, softened
  • 1 350 ml can condensed milk
  • half pack 20 oz. pack (25 pcs) oreo cookies, crushed/coarsely chopped
  • half pack 20 oz. pack (26 pcs) oreo cookies, crush it if you want the cheesecake base crushed (I personally prefer the whole cookie as my base)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 250g pack margarine, (only if you want the base crushed)
  • 3 large eggs


  1. For the base: Prepare cupcake tray by placing the cupcake baking cups with one oreo cookie per cup. Each cookie will serve as your base.
  2. When doing the crushed version, grind the oreo cookies using a mortar and pestle. When finely ground, place in a bowl and add margarine to make it sticky instead of powdery. Press the sticky base to the bottom of each baking cup.
  3. For the batter: In a large bowl, mix cream cheese, eggs, and condensed milk.
  4. Add one teaspoon vanilla extract and coarsely chopped oreo cookies. Continue to mix until smooth.
  5. Pour into baking cups, taking care not to fill them to the brim as the batter might spill while baking (heat makes the batter expand, even without yeast or baking powder. it goes back to it's actual size after cooling down).
  6. Bake for 20-30 minutes at 350 degrees farenheit or until no batter sticks to a toothpick or fork when you try poking it.
Made some classic cheesecake cups for the new year! Hello weight gain!
Made some classic cheesecake cups for the new year! Hello weight gain! | Source

Cheesecake is probably my favorite out of all my favorite cakes. After all, it has cream and it has cheese! What more can I wish for, right? I've got to tone down though, because since I've started baking my own cheesecake, I also started gaining weight. LOL. I still can't resist this creamy cheesy goodness though. Gaaaah!

I have to tell you though that this recipe can help you make a really nice cheesecake. I made my friend a cheesecake for her birthday and she told me it's better that what most cafes offer.

Check out this cheesecake cups tower I made for the new year! FATNESSS!

So, do you have your own easy breezy pastry and/or dessert recipes? Why not share them with us? I'd love to feature them on this hub. Hear from you soon!


4.8 stars from 9 ratings of Easy Breezy Oreo Cheesecake Recipe


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      luisj305 2 years ago from Florida

      Wow...just ..yummm...delicious.

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      peachy 3 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      so sad, i wish i could buy cheese. my hubby disallow cheese in our house

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      Xeng 4 years ago from Philippines

      Freeze instead of baking you mean? I'm not sure. I haven't tried that yet but I don't think that's a good idea because this recipe has eggs in it. You don't want to catch the salmonella virus.

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      PotterFan 4 years ago

      Is it possible to freeze these instead?

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      Xeng 4 years ago from Philippines

      hi. i use kraft philadelphia cream cheese. the 8 oz pack. :)

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      jo 4 years ago

      hi there! just many ounces is 1 pack of cream cheese?

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      Xeng 4 years ago from Philippines

      The batter should be quite thick to be able to hold the cookie at the bottom. :)

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      shehnaaz 4 years ago

      My oreos rose to the top?? How do i prevent this. And what consistency ahould the batter be??

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      Xeng 4 years ago from Philippines

      Oohhh. Yeah. Sorry, I forgot that. It should be about 350 d Fahrenheit. :) Thanks for pointing it out. :)

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      Hope 4 years ago

      It doesn't say at what temperature to bake at...

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      Xeng 5 years ago from Philippines

      I'm sure they will. My niece and younger cousins really love this recipe. :)

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      Brenda 5 years ago from Springfield, MO

      I think my kids will go crazy for these, and they look like something they can help me make. Thanks for sharing, i will be giving them a try soon.

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      Xeng 5 years ago from Philippines

      I knowwww. Oreos are just, hhhhhmmmmm.....

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      Holly 5 years ago from Boise, ID

      Oh my goodness, this looks insanely GOOD. I never buy Oreos (because I'd end up eating the entire bag), but I might have to now.

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      Xeng 5 years ago from Philippines

      maybe because they're in cupcake form. I was actually just improvising because we didn't have the springform pan needed when making cheesecake. :))) but we had cupcake pans and voila! cheesecake cups. :) let me know how it turned out, ok? :)

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      agapsikap 5 years ago from Philippines

      I used to make cupcakes for my kids on their birthdays. I think I have to try this one very soon. Tell me I'm ignorant but I haven't tasted this one before. Voted up and sharing.


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