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Saturday, June 2, 2012

Popularity Boosting Oreo Cheesecake

A cake that boosts your popularity? Huh? Keep reading. This post is actually hard to write because instead of writing about this creation, I'd rather be eating it. Yes I've made many good things before, but to be honest, this has to be one of the best. Its moist and dense beyond belief, and combines tangy and chocolatey flavors that result in an insane bite. This cake is literally dripping with Oreos, so if you're a fan prepare to be dazzled. A rich Oreo crust gets topped with a thick cheesecake filling which gets a pop with smashed Oreos speckling the entire batter. Throw some fresh whipped cream on top, and your in business. This cake is no joke, this is a SERIOUS venture. Does that mean its difficult to make? NO. By serious venture I mean that this cake will severely boost your popularity and will make people want to be with you at all times, hence the name. Consider this your warning and prepare to have your phone buzzing like crazy with people asking you to come over. Its a tough life, no? Also, since cheesecake is a very heavy dessert and has like maybe packs a few calories, I decided to use reduced fat oreos, sour cream, and cream cheese to make it a teeny bit lighter. So now you have NO excuse. Maintain your bikini bod and eat this cake at the same time...kinda.

Oreo Cheesecake

2 boxes Oreo cookies
1/2 stick butter
24 oz. cream cheese
1 cup sugar
5 eggs
8 oz.  sour cream
2 tsp vanilla
1/4 cup flour

Recipe: Preheat your oven to 325 degrees. Butter a 10 in spring form pan. Crush 25 oreos into crumbs. Melt the butter and stir it into the crumbs until moist. Press into the bottom of the spring form pan, this will be the crust. In a bowl fitted with an electric mixer, beat the cream cheese for 3 minutes on high until thick and fluffy. Add the sugar and combine. Add the eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition. Add the sour cream, vanilla, and flour and mix for 3 minutes until thick and creamy and well mixed. Use a rubber spatula to scrape the sides and get all the little bits included. Crush 25 oreos into thicker crumbs. I like having chunks of oreos in every bite so the size is your preference. Stir in the oreos by hand. Pour this mixture on top of the crust. Crumble 5 hours with your hands on top of the mixture for a nice crumbly topping. Bake for 1 hour, until the center is set. Remove from oven, cool at room temperature, and then redrigerate for 24 hours. ITS SO HARD TO WAIT I KNOW BUT IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE!

WARNING. Below is serious food porn.

 and now some whipped CWEAM

 and then this happens

Oreos make everything better

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