How To Make An Oreo Cheesecake

Oreo Cheesecake Recipe

When you hear “Oreo Cheesecake Recipe” you may picture a big chunk of creamy cheesecake with a thick white, luscious layer of cream topping. However, to make this type of cheesecake you need to learn some tips and tricks on how to prepare it correctly.

Steps To Follow

First Step: Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F / 200 degrees C. Second Step: Line a baking sheet with wax paper or oil-free parchment paper and set aside. Third Step: Pour the oreo mixture into a separate bowl and mix in the sugar until smooth and fluffy.

Mix in the vanilla extract, egg yolks, sugar and milk until well blended. Fifth Step: Fill up to half of the prepared pan with the Oreo Cheesecake mixture. Place a second half on top.

Pour the remaining filling into the pan. Use a fork or a toothpick to level the batter between the prepared pans.

 Bake the cheesecake for about two to three minutes. Remove from the oven and let cool before removing from the pan.

Cool Your Cake Before Frosting

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Once your cake is cooled, allow it to cool completely before frosting. Using a buttercream that is light and fluffy will give your cake an even look. You can also use an icing knife to make a cross design on the top of the cake.

Once the icing has dried, apply to the cake using a decorating tool. Add in decorations, such as ribbons if you want.

Oreo Cheesecake is one of the best tasting cheesecakes that you can make. If you do not know how to bake it, you should read the instructions provided.

Check Your Supplies Before Start Decorating Cake

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Before you start decorating the cake, you should ensure that you have all the supplies that are needed for you to properly cook the Oreo cheesecake recipe. This includes but is not limited to a stand mixer, heavy duty spatula, non-stick mat, electric drill, a small measuring cup, mixing bowls, non-stick spray, and non-stick liner.

Prepare your cake pans by lining them with non-stick baking sheets or non-stick parchment paper. Sixteen Step: In the center part of the cake, use a small amount of water to make a paste.

Last Words

Eighty-seventh Step: Store the cooled cake in a zip lock plastic bag in a bowl. Thirtieth Step: In order to keep the Oreo cheesecake recipe at the correct temperature, store the cake in the refrigerator for at least two hours after baking. For a more moist consistency, you can let the cake cool in the refrigerator overnight.

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