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Oreo cheesecake bites are an easy dessert recipe that you can whip up in minutes! They make a perfect party food and are always a hit when we serve them! Bite size desserts just don’t get any better than this!
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I’m a huge fan of bite size desserts and one of my all time favorites has been these no bake cheesecake bites topped with fresh berries. They’re such an easy dessert to make, you just can’t beat mini cheesecakes! They’re my go-to dessert for parties and are always a big hit!
I’m always looking for new ideas though and last time I was out shopping, I came across mini Oreos in the checkout aisle (they ALWAYS get me in the checkout aisle!). I’d been thinking about making some no bake Oreo cheesecake bites and these tiny Oreo cookies were the perfect size.
This also gave me the chance to try out my awesome new cutting board. I’ve been using the same old cutting boards forever and at the risk of sounding like a giant nerd, I get really excited about new kitchen stuff! This reversible walnut wood cutting board has a rich, dark color that I’ll probably use just as much for showing off my food as I do for cutting it.
But enough of that…it’s time to make some dessert!
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Oreo Cheesecake Bites
These cheesecake bites are so easy that you’re going to want to whip up a batch for every party you’re invited to (I know I do). They’re really easy to transport and everyone always loves them!
Okay, lets get started. Beat 3/4 cup of heavy whipping cream until stiff peaks form.
In a separate bowl, mix cream cheese, sugar and vanilla until smooth.
Fold in the whipped cream.
I’d bought two containers of the mini Oreos in the 3.5 ounce size. Separate 45 cookies for garnish (one whole container and about 10 cookies from the other). Pour the rest of the cookies in a plastic bag and crush. Be sure you don’t seal the bag completely or it will pop the first time you give it a good whack. You can also use a food processor for this part…whatever works best for you.
Pour 1/2 cup of the crushed Oreos into the cheesecake mixture. Save the rest for garnish.
Mix until well blended.
Take the fillo shells out of the wrapper (if you’re not sure where to find these, see the FAQ’s below). These can be baked or used as is. They’re a little crispier when you bake them but still taste great even if you don’t. I skip the baking if I’m short on time.
Fill a decorating bag with the Oreo cheesecake mixture and pipe into the shells.
Top with more crushed cookies and a mini Oreo.
These Oreo cheesecake bites are SO good and perfect when you’re looking for easy desserts to make for a party.
They’re not just for parties though. We’re giving these to my daughters’ teachers as an end of the year treat!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Where can I find fillo shells?
You can find them at almost any grocery story, Target or Walmart. They’ll be in the freezer section near the desserts and I paid about $1.95 for one box (one box contains 15 shells). You an click on the link above to see what the box looks like, so that you know just what you’re looking for.
What if I don’t have decorating bags?
You can cut the corner off a gallon size storage bag, fill it with the Oreo cheesecake and pipe it into the shells that way.
Can I make regular Oreo cheesecake with this recipe?
Absolutely! Instead of using fillo shells, line a cheesecake pan with an Oreo crust and spread the mixture over the top. Refrigerate, then remove from pan. You can even take more Oreos and put them around the outside of the cheesecake.
Does cheesecake need to be refrigerated?
Yes, cheesecake should be refrigerated until ready to serve.
Can I make these cheesecake bites ahead of time?
You can make the cheesecake mixture ahead of time but don’t add it to the shells until you’re ready to serve. Otherwise they won’t be as crisp.
Can you freeze cheesecake?
Yes, there are plenty of times where I’ll make the cheesecake mix ahead of time and freeze it until just before I need it. This is super helpful when I’m planning a party and I want to get as much done as possible ahead of time. Just take it out about an hour or so before you’ll need it and it should be thawed by the time you’re ready to use it.
How do you freeze cheesecake?
If you want to freeze the cheesecake mixture for later, put it into a freezer bag and squeeze all the air out before sealing. For an extra layer of protection, wrap the bag in aluminum foil.
Don’t fill the shells until you’re ready to serve. If you fill, then freeze them, they’ll won’t be crisp when you thaw them out.
How long does cheesecake last?
Cheesecake will stay good in the freezer for up to a month, if wrapped correctly. It will keep in the refrigerator for 3-4 days.
How long can cheesecake sit out?
Cheesecake shouldn’t sit out for more than about two hours (but don’t worry…these will be gone WAY before then!)
Where can I find a cutting board like this?
Virginia Boys Kitchens cutting boards can be purchased through Amazon. They have multiple sizes to choose from and sell other kitchen products as well.
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Oreo Cheesecake Bites
- Separate 45 mini Oreos aside for garnish. Crush the remaining cookies.7 ounces mini Oreo cookies
- Beat whipping cream until stiff peaks form and set aside3/4 cup heavy whipping cream
- Mix cream cheese, sugar and vanilla until well blended8 oz cream cheese, 1/2 cup sugar, 1/2 tbsp vanilla extract
- Fold in whipped cream
- Mix in 1/2 cup crushed Oreos
- Using a decorating bag (or just cut the corner off a regular plastic storage bag) pipe the Oreo cheesecake mixture into the mini phyllo shells45 phyllo shells
- Top each with a mini Oreo and sprinkle with cookie crumbles
- Refrigerate until ready to serve