Rich and creamy cheesecake with red velvet and Oreo tastes on top of a Red Velvet Oreo crust. There is no need to bake!
This Red Velvet Oreo No-Bake Cheesecake recipe comes with a warning.
Don’t misunderstand me. It’s fine. It’s very excellent. This dish, however, is not for the faint of heart. Take this as a warning.
No, there is no nudity or explicit language.
Nonetheless, it contains exorbitant quantities of butter, cream cheese, and sugar. There are many ingredients, it is not at all nutritious, it is really rich and indulgent, it is utterly needless, and it may be the finest thing I have ever prepared.
This is the cheesecake recipe to make if you want to wow your friends or family. This is the kind of dessert that everyone must taste, yet everyone just wants a little bit. They then return for another little slice.
I showed this to a variety of individuals, and their reactions ranged from OMFG to YOU MADETHIS??
I got the idea for this recipe after seeing Red Velvet Oreos at the grocery. I hadn’t seen them before, so maybe it’s a seasonal thing for Valentine’s Day? Incidentally, if you know, please let me know since I’m going to struggle with not having access to these 11 months of the year and I’d want to join a support group as soon as possible.
Speaking of Valentine’s Day, if you have a lot of leftovers, this may make a wonderful dessert. Perhaps you might cook it and save two slices for yourself and your spouse, then give two pieces to another couple you know, another couple to your grandparents, and the remainder to your children’s teacher. Spread the cheesecake-y love, you know.
I’d been thinking of making a red velvet cheesecake, but I’m not a huge lover of plain, creamy cheesecake. I need some more texture in the game. So why not bake a Red Velvet Oreo crusted cheesecake? Perfect with some Oreos and melted butter.
That’s probably why I like Cheesecake Factory cheesecakes so much; they’re constantly packed with all sorts of goodies.
So why should we stop there? Let’s include some Oreos in the filling as well! But that’s not enough red velvet taste; it’s simply Cheesecake With Some Oreos In It, which is a bad recipe name.
Additionally, be sure to sprinkle some chopped Oreos on top. Maybe some quartered Oreos as well. If it seems like a lot, it is, but that’s alright because we’ll make up for it with a ton of cream cheese buttercream icing.
I chose two different fillings: red velvet and vanilla with Red Velvet Oreos. I stacked mine carelessly since the thought of making exactly straight and level layers worries me out. It’s beautiful, and I like it, but there’s simply too much pressure. And it tastes much too nice to waste because I botched up the layers.
Even with the layers all fused together, becoming a bit melty while at room temperature, it’s still gorgeous. That reminds me of the attractive girl next door with the crooked grin. Or that hot man whose hair is usually a little messed up (and not in that messy on purpose kind of way).
In a crowd, the bright red hue sticks out. Consider a table full of pastries and nibbles, and then you pull up with this magnificent monster and drop the mic. None else can compete.
I bet you’ll make that muffled ERMEHGERD sound when you take your first mouthful. Take a minute to savour the taste since it is really rich and not the kind of dessert you can eat a lot of.
Enjoy it. Have fun with it. Compose a poem on how lovely it is. Get yourself a room so you two can be alone and murmur love nothings into its icing.
This is not for the faint of heart, as I told you.
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Red Velvet Oreo No-Bake Cheesecake
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- Pan springform
- The food processor
- Mixing Stand
- Hand held mixer
- blending bowls
- Bag of pastries (reusable)
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- Decorating ideas
- Oreos in Red Velvet
- 3 teaspoons melted butter
Red Velvet filling:
- 16 oz. room temperature cream cheese (2 packages)
- a cup of granulated sugar
- heavy cream in a cup
- 1 cup melted dark or semisweet chocolate
- 1tablespoonred velvet emulsion
- 1 teaspoon dry buttermilk
- 1 tsp unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
- 16 oz. room temperature cream cheese
- 16 oz. thick cream
- granulated sugar
- 12 chopped Red Velvet Oreos
Cream cheese icing:
- 8 oz. room temperature cream cheese
- cubed unsalted butter, room temperature
- 1-2 cup sifted sugar, to taste
- 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
- Chopped Red Velvet Oreos for garnish
- Combine Oreos and melted butter in a food processor and pulse until mixed into a wet crumb that adheres together.
20 Oreos Red Velvet, 3 tablespoons butter
- Fill an 8-inch springform pan halfway with the ingredients. Set aside in the freezer while you prepare the filling.
Red Velvet filling:
- granulated sugar 2 cup
Cream cheese, using a stand or hand mixer, should be smooth and creamy in a large mixing dish. Beat in the sugar until combined.
1 pound cream cheese, 16 ounces
- 1 tablespoon red velvet emulsion, 1 tablespoon dry buttermilk, 1 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder, 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 4 cup dark or semisweet chocolate
4 quarts thick cream 1
Combine heavy cream, melted chocolate, red velvet emulsion, buttermilk, cocoa powder, and vanilla extract in a mixing bowl. Begin by beating at a low-medium pace (to prevent spilling it everywhere), then raise to a high speed and beat to blend. Set aside.
- 1 tablespoon vanilla extract, 4 cup sugar
Cream cheese should be smooth and creamy in a large mixing dish. Mix in the sugar and vanilla extract.
16 oz. cream cheese, 3 oz.
- 4 cup confectioners’ sugar
In a separate medium mixing bowl, whisk heavy cream and powdered sugar to firm peaks.
16 oz. heavy cream, 1
- Incorporate the heavy cream mixture into the cream cheese mixture.
- Fold in the Oreos.
12 Oreos in Red Velvet
Assemble (you can choose between these two options):
- Fill the crust with the red velvet filling, then top with the Oreo filling (or vice versa). This will provide a more pronounced layered appearance.
- 2 pieces of red velvet. This will create the aesthetic you see in my photos, where everything blends together more.
2 Oreo, then complete with the remaining 12 red velvet filling, then the remaining 12 Oreo filling, then a layer of 1
Begin by layering one filling at a time.
- 4 tbsp unsalted butter
Cream cheese should be smooth and creamy in a medium mixing dish. Add the butter and beat on high until frothy.
8 oz. cream cheese, 1
- Beat in 2 cups at a time to mix. Continue to add powdered sugar in tiny amounts and taste until you get the desired flavor.
2 to 3 cups powdered sugar
1 cup powdered sugar
- Add the vanilla essence and beat on high speed until the mixture is light and fluffy.
1 teaspoon vanilla essence, pure
- Cover the cheesecake’s exterior borders with a thin crumb coating of icing.
- Fill a pastry bag equipped with the preferred piping tip with the remaining icing, then decorate! You may also add extra chopped or entire Oreos on top.
Oreos in Red Velvet
- Place in the freezer or fridge until ready to serve, then slice and enjoy!