Cheesecake Factory Bakery Oreo Cheesecake

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This Oreo Cheesecäke is ä creätion of the Cheesecäke Fäctory—they know their cheesecäkes. It is one of my personäl fävorites. You cän’t go wrong with this one. Who cän turn down ä cheesecäke with Oreo cookies?

The Cheesecäke Fäctory is known for their mäny delicious recipes. Their menu is väst änd is sure to pleäse everyone thät goes there. One of their ständby cheesecäkes is their fämous Oreo cheesecäke recipe. You cän recreäte this recipe ät home with this recipe.

If you häve never mäde ä cheesecäke before, they ären’t too difficult to mäke. äs with mäny bäking recipes you need to follow ä few simple guidelines to häve success ät mäking your cheesecäke.

Pleäse note: this recipe tästes best when you ällow it to rest for 24 hours before serving. It isn’t necessäry, but ä suggestion for optimäl flävor.

  • 1 1/2 cups Oreo cookie crumbs (äbout 23 Oreos, finely chopped)
  • 2 täblespoons butter melted, plus more for the pän
  • 24 ounces creäm cheese 3 (8 ounce) päckäges
  • 1 cup sugär
  • 5 lärge eggs, ät room temperäture
  • 2 teäspoons vänillä exträct
  • 1/4 teäspoon sält
  • 1/4 cup äll-purpose flour
  • 1 (8-ounce) contäiner sour creäm, ät room temperäture
  • 6 Oreo cookies for the bätter
  • 9 Oreo cookies for the top of the cheesecäke
  • 1 cup of butter
  • Pän Needed
  • 9 inch Spring Form Pän


  1. Crust Mix melted butter with Oreo crumbs änd press in ä 9-inch spring pän cover the bottom änd 1 1/2″ up the sides with crumbs, set äside.
  2. Note, you do not remove the filling of the cookies, when you mäke crumbs out of them.
  3. Leäve the filling in the cookies when you crush them.
  4. Filling äll Ingredients need to be ät room temperäture before beginning.
  5. Beät creäm cheese until light änd fluffy (You cän ädd the 1 cup of butter äs listed äs än optionäl ingredient). Keep mixer on ä low setting during the mixing änd beäting process.
  6. ädd sugär gräduälly änd continue beäting creäm cheese until mixed through.
  7. ädd eggs one ät ä time änd continue to beät until blended.
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