This is another cheesecake recipe I found in my Southern Living Little Book of Cheesecakes. I as they did made it with oreo cookies so I tagged it with this name. I took this picture before I removed the icing running down the sides of the cheesecake but this cheesecake was made for a friend that had some surgery and she has shared with family and neighbors that have requested the recipe. I say it is delish and rich. Time cosunming but worth it
brown sugar, firmly packed
8 oz packes of cream cheese
1 1/4 c
oreo cookies -14
16oz container of sour cream
1 1/4 c
semi-sweet baking chocolate morsels
Melt the butter and add the crushed oreo cookies, brown sugar mix together and press down in a lightly greased 10 in spring pan then bake in a preheated oven 12min at 325 degrees
2Have the creamcheese at room temp and cream in the mixer add the sugar slowly while mixer is running at low speed. add the eggs one at a time beating well at med speed every time. Add the whipping cream, flour and vanilla beat well
3Pour in 3 cups of mixture on the crust then add the crushed oreos finish off with the rest of the mixture and place in the oven at 325degrees for 1 hour and 15 min. remove from the oven
4Combine the sour cream, sugar, and vanillia then spread over the cheesecake starting outside inward to spread evenly over the cake. Place back in the oven and bake 7 min at 325 degrees turn oven off and let stand in the oven 45 min. with the door tilted open.
5After 45min remove the cake gently from the oven and allow to cool throughly on the wire rack.
6Melt the morsel over low heat with the vanilla and whipping cream til smooth. Pour over the cheesecake and cover let stand 8 hrs in the refrigerator.
7Remove after 8 hrs and uncover gently run a knife along the cheesecake inside the pan to loosen first. Then open spring pan to release the cake and using a large spanded spatula remove to a serving plate or cake board. If you like garnish with additonal oreo cookies . Cheesecake should be kept stored in the refrigerator. It may be kept frozen up to 2 months.