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Spiderlicous No Bake Oreo Cheesecake Prefect for Halloween


This creepylicious no-bake Oreo cheesecake is the perfect addition to any Halloween party, but it could also make a scrumptious dessert for any occasion! and it’s so easy to make, too!

    • Prep time: 2:30 hours (includes chilling)
    • Serves: 12-14
    • Difficulty: Easy

Ingredients:

Crust:

      • 20 oreos
      • soft unsalted butter – 5 oz

Ganache:

      • dark chocolate chips (or chopped) – 9 oz
      • heavy cream – 2 oz

Filling:

      • softened cream cheese – 17 1/2 oz
      • sugar – 2 oz
      • heavy cream – 10 oz
      • 16 oreos

Making the Cake:

      1. First, to make the crust: Mix 20 oreos, and butter together. Press the mixture into the bottom and sides of a round springform pan. Cover & chill.
      2. For the ganache: Add heavy cream to the dark chocolate chips and mix together. Heat in the microwave in short, 15-20 second pulses until they melt evenly. Spread an even layer of ganache on top of the oreo crust. Chill. Don’t forget to leave some ganache out for decorating!
      3. To make the creamy, creepylicious filling: Using a mixer, mix heavy cream and sugar together on medium speed. Add cream cheese & mix until fluffy. Divide the fluffy cream in two bowls, one for 2/3 and one for 1/3 of the cream.
      4. Ground 16 oreos and add to the larger, 2/3 bowl. Fold until combined. Spread evenly into the prepared crust & ganache. Spread the remaining whipped cream on top.
      5. Use remaining ganache and a pastry bag to create a spiderweb on top of the cake. Cover & freeze for at least an hour.
      6. To create a chocolate spider, use remaining ganache to create spider legs on top of a  parchment paper. Freeze until hard.
      7. Once the cake is firm, take out of pan & gently build your spider on top.
      8. Admire your creation. DEVOUR.

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