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Taaadaaa! My very first Cheesecake. Wow. This is , awe-ful SOME! I couldn't believe myself, I can actually bake!  People always say that it is much more cursive to bake any cake compared to Cheesecake. 
Why?
Cause it took me plenty of patience, time, and endurance . 
Patience - By waiting the cake to cool down for up to 6 hours in room temperature.

Time - I need to bake the cake base a night before and also squeezing my brain juice for few WEEKS before on how to decorate it (to make it presentable.)


Endurance - Here comes the funny one, I tried so hard not to lick it.
(But I did. xD )

It's finger lickin delicious! 
 So here's my creation.  Simply luscious. 

I enjoy ogling at my beautiful cake and couldn't wait to dig in!




Recipe : Ratings:  9.5/10

Cake Base
2 cups Oreo Cookie Crumbs
3 Tbsp Butter, melted


Cream Cheese
3 pckg/750g - Philledephia Cream Cheese
1 can Sweetened Condensed Milk
1/4 tbsp Sugar
3 Large Eggs
1/2 Lemon juice

Preheat oven to 170 Degree Celsius . Grease 9- inch springform pan.
Fill an oven safe cake pan 3/4 with warm water. Set on bottom oven rack while oven is preheating.
In a medium mixing bowl, combine Oreo crumbs and butter, stir to combine. Press onto the Springform pan evenly and bake in preheated oven for 10 minutes.

In a larger mixing bowl, beat cream cheese until creamy. Add sweetened condensed milk and beat until smooth. Add in sugar and flour, beat to combine on high speed. Turn to medium speed and add eggs , one by one. Lastly, add in the lemon juice . Beat for 1 minute. Use a spatula gently fold in the batter into the prebaked crust. 






Then arrange Oreo into desire pattern.


My 'Love' shape doesn't look nice here,(this is just the beginning) so I kept on modify the shape ... *exhausting and frustrating*
Bake in preheated oven for 50-60 minutes until edge is set and center moves slightly.
Watch carefully and do not overbake.
Shut oven off and leave cheesecake to cool in oven for 6 hours, with the oven door ajar. 
Chill the cheesecake overnight.
Use a hot knife to cut it to get a clean and flawless piece of indulgence.


At last...
Little piece of sharing :
This particular recipe gives you the finest, creamiest texture you can ever had, in my opinion, I think it is because of the sweetened condensed milk. It holds the cake so well and it is silky smooth, it holds the biscuits in place too. You can also add any garnishing such as chocolate chips or Strawberry on top and sprinkle with some icing sugar to enhance it!


Credit goes to Shirley's Luxury Haven!
Happy baking!


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9 comments:

  1. u baked this on ur own???? damn talented lor! i like orea cheesecake!!!!

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  2. Yah, I baked this all by myself... *feels proud* wahahha! Thanks for the comment...^^

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  3. omg it's ur very first cheesecake yet it's already so awesome??? i wish to have half of ur talent so that i can cook too!

    -FiSh
    http://ohfishiee.blogspot.com/2011/10/boo-whats-inside-concordia-treat-bags.html

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  4. Wow,the cake look so nice and tempting! Awesomely well done! FYI,I am a big big oreo freak,lol!

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  5. holy shyt it looks brilliant. bake for me pleaseeee =p

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  6. Eunice, I'm delighted with your outcome using my recipe altho' yours is a baked version! Nevertheless, I've added your pix @ my Readers' Corner in Facebook with 2 of your blog links & also the photo slide at Shirley's Luxury Haven :)

    Kudos to your effort & keep your pix coming!

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  7. Hey i don't really understand this phrase.

    "Fill an oven safe cake pan 3/4 with warm water. Set on bottom oven rack while oven is preheating."

    There need an "oven safe cake pan" put underneath the rack? Do i have to remove it while baking?

    And how much amount of the flour needed? you never state it :)

    Really hope to try this out! :D

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    1. Ok. Basically is waterbath. U need not to use oven safe cake pan actually, but make sure u have another shallow pan, to fill with water, no need to remove while baking. This is to keep the cake moist while baking so that it won't crack. . And you'll have a nice surface as the end product. I am baking heavy cheesecake, meaning no flour needed. Its best to advice u to check a few other recipe on d internet ... hehehe... I'm fine with my recipe. :P ..so ya, anything else u can find me on FB. XD

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