This is my go to cheesecake for any “bring a plate” get together. Easy to share and can be easily cut to the size needed.


Ingredients (serves 16)

  • 350g Oreos
  • 80g Butter, melted
  • 375g Farmer’s Table Cream Cheese
  • 1/4 Cup Caster Sugar
  • 1 Tsp Vanilla
  • 1 Cup Cream
  • 3 Tsp Gelatine, dissolved in 1/4 cup boiling water
  • 200g White Chocolate, melted, cooled slightly

Method

  1. In a food processor, process 250g of the Oreo biscuits into fine crumbs. Mix in melted butter. Press the mixture into a lined lamington tin and chill.
  2. Beat the Farmer’s Table, sugar and vanilla until smooth, then beat in the cream. Stir through the prepared gelatine and white chocolate.
  3. Roughly chop the remaining Oreos and stir through the filling. Pour over the base. Refrigerate for 3 hours.

Notes... *You can find Farmer’s Table in the Cream Cheese section of the dairy case at Woolworths. *I use a stand mixer to make this *Extra Oreos, roughly chopped, can be placed on top for decoration

  • Serious YUMMNESS here

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  • So naughty but oh gosh it looks delicious!

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  • OMG, this looks amazing. Funny too, I have most of the ingredients in the fridge/pantry!!!

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  • Not my the type of cheesecake I would make, but happy to read that many like this.

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  • Where do you get Farmer Table Cream Cheese? Never heard of it before. I substituted a different well known brand


    • As far as I know, they only sell it at Woolworths.

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  • This sounds so crunchy and creamy a lovely meal.

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  • LOVE Oreo and this sound so divine and easy to make

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  • Yum! Thanks for sharing this. It looks amazing!

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  • Looks yum and sounds yum will be trying this one.

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  • An interesting cheese cake that everyone would love!

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  • Another great cheesecake but why in a lamington tin? I’ll put mine in a springform tin as it makes them so easy to get out.


    • I line the lamington tin so it just pops straight out. I like this one in the lamington tin because it means the slices are perfect for finger food events. I don’t think I have ever done this one in my springform. Let me know how you go with it. :)



      • I line all of my tins and pans with baking paper and fold little wings on the side to make it easier to get out slices and cakes and other baked goods.

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  • It sounds very easy to prepare and looks delicious!

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  • Thanks for this Oreo slice recipe – this will make a friend that loves Oreos very happy!

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