Philadelphia Cheesecake Oreo Cubes are little bite-sized cheesecake pieces that have a chocolate Oreo cookie crust on both the top and the bottom. They’re cut into convenient sized pieces and frozen individually in a zippered bag. They’re so convenient that they’re intended for you to pull them right out of the bag in the freezer and pop them directly into your mouth.
Small Batch No Bake Oreo Cheesecake Bites
In this post we’ve prepared a recipe for you to make these little cheesecake Oreo cubes homemade. You can then place them in your freezer and enjoy the snack conveniently. Or maybe you’ll need to develop a strength to resist them, they’re so good. But we’ll leave that up to you.
Oreo Cheesecake Bites
We think the thing that makes these cheesecake Oreo cubes perfect is that they’re easy to make. They don’t require any baking. They’re also delicious. We think they’re so delicious that it’s hard to eat just one. And they’re convenient to eat. You can grab just one cube as a snack, or even a handful.
Oreo Cheesecake Bites Ingredients and Equipment
To make cheesecake Oreo cubes, you will need the following ingredients and equipment:
ground Oreo cookies
sweetened condensed milk
food processor or zipped bag and rolling pin
How to Make Oreo Cheesecake Bites
Oreo Cheesecake Cubes are made by making the crumb crust and pressing it into the pan. Then, spread the layer of cheesecake. Add another crumb crust on top and freeze them. Cut, serve and enjoy!
Switch ‘em Up, Swap Cookies, Add Mix-ins, Strawberry Crunch
If you become addicted to eating these delicious bite sized snack cheesecakes, you might like to try switching up some of the ingredients to change the flavor. You can swap out the cookies. Our recipe calls for chocolate Oreos, but you can trade those out for other flavors of Oreo like cookies to make the crust.
Try adding your favorite cheesecake mix-ins such as strawberries, strawberry crunch, nuts, crushed candy bars, Andes mints or whatever your favorite mix-in is with cheesecake. You can add mix-ins into the cheesecake batter or sprinkle them on top.
Please Bake These Cheesecake Oreo Cubes ASAP If You Love Double Stuf Oreos
Actually, you don’t even have to bake them. In fact, we recommend not baking them. All you have to do is make them. This recipe has been perfected for a no bake cheesecake. We’ve not included any eggs or ingredients that require them to be baked before they’re consumed.
Why You Probably Won’t Get A Chance To Try Oreo’s New Cheesecake Cubes
You probably won’t get a chance to try the Philadelphia brand of Cheesecake Oreo Cubes because they’re currently only found in South Korea grocery stores. But if you make them homemade, we think they’re quite delicious. . . Perhaps even better. And you can certainly have a chance to try them then!
Where You Can Get Oreo’s New Cheesecake Cubes
If you’re looking to buy them in the grocery store, you won’t currently find them here in the United States. They’re only in South Korea and the Philippines. But we love when we can find them in our freezer and we’re guessing you’ll love it when they’re in yours too. Just follow our directions below to get them in your freezer.
These Bite-sized Oreo Cubes are Making us Crave Dessert Right Now
You know how you feel when you’re craving something delicious, and you’re simply in the mood for that thing. These cheesecake Oreo cubes can do that. They’ll motivate me to stop what I’m doing to make them, they’re so good.
You Can Get Bags of Philadelphia Cheesecake with Oreo Cubes
Yes, you can get bags of Philadelphia cheesecake with Oreo cubes and the best way is to make them. You’ll love having them. And you’ll love eating them.
Philadelphia Cheesecake Has Oreo Cubes That Are Perfect to Munch on the Go
Like we mentioned right off the bat, one of the biggest positives about these little guys is that they’re perfect to grab a hand full and them munch on the go. Or is that a positive? Anyway, they’re quite convenient and once they’re on your brain, they’re hard to resist.
Philadelphia Cheesecake With Oreo Cubes, The Next Best Thing
We think Philadelphia cheesecake Oreo cubes are the next best thing since sliced bread. Afterall, they’re delicious.
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Below are frequently asked questions relating to Cheesecake Oreo Cubes.
Do I need to scrape out the center of the Oreos before crushing them for the crust?
No, there’s no need to remove the frosting in the Oreos before crushing them for the crust. The sweetness of the frosting will incorporate into the crust itself, which is why we don’t recommend adding sugar into the crust.
I don’t have a 7×5 inch dish. What else can I use?
You can use an 8×8 square dish for this recipe and it will be fine. You can also make them in a cupcake or mini cupcake pan, as well as a 8 or 9 in round cake pan.
How Can I Get Clean Cuts When Cutting the Cheesecake into Bites?
The best way to get clean cuts when cutting your cheesecake into cubes is to make sure it is completely frozen before cutting it. You can also line your pan with parchment paper and be sure to use a long butcher style knife, wiping the blade after each cut. This will allow your cuts to stay nice and crisp, rather than becoming blobby.
How Should I Store These Cheesecake Bites?
Your cheesecake Oreo cubes should be kept in a zipped freezer bag in the freezer. You do not need to thaw them before serving them unless you prefer to. They are intended to be frozen snack sized bites of Oreo cheesecake.
Can I Double This Recipe?
Yes, you can double this recipe if desired. You can also triple it or make however many batches you wish. This stuff is delicious, and your family and friends will think so too!
Philadelphia Oreo No Bake Cheesecake
We’ve created this no bake cheesecake for simplicity of preparation and for the value of time. It can be made quickly and easily, while still tasting delicious! Who wants to mess with baking cheesecake when they don’t have to.
Philadelphia Oreo Cheesecake Bites Make Snacking Easy
Or maybe they make snacking too easy. That all depends on your discipline to withhold from consuming them too much. But if you’re looking for an easy to make snack that allows you to easily consume over time, this might be a great fit. The ability to store these in the freezer and then eat them directly from the freezer both extends their storing time as well as makes them convenient to grab and go.
There are a few items that can be substituted or exchanged based on product availability or your dietary restrictions.
1. Oreo cookies can be traded out for lesser expensive store brand chocolate cookies. They have the same taste, look and feel and no one will know the difference unless you tell them.
2. You can use 1/3 less fat, low fat, or fat free cream cheese in place of the real deal if preferred. The full fat cream cheese will create the creamiest cheesecake.
How To Make Oreo Cheesecake Bites
You can make Oreo cheesecake bites by using an Oreo cookie crumb crust, spread a layer of no bake cheesecake and then topping it with another layer of Oreo cookie crumb crust. The key is to place this in the freezer and let it freeze thoroughly before attempting to cut it into cubes. Let’s get started!
2.5 cups ground Oreo cookies
½ cup butter
2 boxes of cream cheese (8 oz. each)
2 tbsp sweetened condensed milk
¼ cup granulated sugar
1 tbsp lemon juice
1 tsp vanilla extract
¼ cup powdered sugar
¾ cup heavy cream
1. Crush the Oreos using your food processor until they reach a fine crumb. If you don’t have a food processor, you can place them in a zipped storage bag and smash them with a meat grinder or use a rolling pin to crush them.
2. Transfer Oreos to a mixing bowl. Melt the butter and whisk the Oreo crumbs and butter together until thoroughly mixed. We are not adding sugar to the crust because the crust is perfect as is. But if you prefer a sweeter crust, feel free to add some granulated sugar.
3. Press half the Oreo mixture into the bottom of a 8×8” pan. Pack into the bottom of the pan with the palms of your hands until it is as tight as possible. Set crust aside.
No-Bake Cheesecake Filling:
1. Using an electric mixer, combine room temperature cream cheese, sweetened condensed milk, sugar, lemon juice and vanilla until smooth.
2. In a separate bowl, whip the heavy cream on high until stiff peaks begin to form. Right before stiff peaks form, add powdered sugar.
3. Reduce speed and fold cream cheese mixture in with the whipped cream mixture.
4. Gently spread the cream cheese layer over the Oreo crust. Top with a layer of Oreo crumbs
1. Allow the cheesecake to cool in the freezer for 1 hour, until completely frozen.
2. Remove from the freezer and cut the cheesecake into cubes.
3. Store in a zipped freezer bag for freshness and easy access one bite at a time. Serve and enjoy!