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This simple No Bake Oreo Cheesecake literally tastes just like an ultra gourmet baked cheesecake, from a fancy restaurant, except it is sooo much easier to whip up at home with only a few ingredients!



You just can’t beat this combination of cookies and cream in cheesecake form, all made in like 20 minutes.




This cheesecake has a smooth and ultra creamy no-bake filling, bursting with colorful rainbow sprinkles and chunks of real Oreo cookies in every bite, piled on top of a 2-ingredient chocolate Oreo crust, all topped off with fudgy ganache and toppings galore!





No bake desserts are some of my faves to make, because  you don't even need the oven to make them, they are perfect for beginners and are always a crowd pleaser! And this cheesecake you guys, is seriously one of the best cheesecakes I have ever had, seriously!



My secret ingredient for making the filling extra creamy is using International Delight's new Oreo creamer! It literally tastes like melted cookies and cream ice cream and create such a creamy, dreamy texture to this cheesecake.



If you give this a try be sure to tag me in a picture on social media @lindsayannbakes, or share this video with somebody who you know would love this cheesecake!



If you love this recipe, you are going to love my No-Bake Strawberry Milkshake Oreo Pie...


...or my Cookies and Cream Cupcakes, so be sure to check those videos out too!



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No Bake Confetti Oreo Cheesecake
Yield: 9-10" cheesecake

Ingredients

Cheesecake
  • family size package Oreo cookies (about 48 Oreos), divided
  • 5 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
  • 24oz (3 blocks) full-fat/original cream cheese, room temperature
  • 3/4 cup powdered sugar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1/4 cup International Delight Oreo creamer
  • 8oz cool whip, thawed in the fridge (may sub 8oz heavy cream, whipped)
  • 2/3 cup pastel confetti sprinkles

Chocolate Ganache (optional)
  • 4oz semisweet chocolate (2/3 cup chocolate chips)
  • 4oz (1/2 cup) heavy whipping cream

Toppings
  • 8oz cool whip, thawed in the fridge, for topping (may sub 8oz heavy cream, whipped)
  • 1/4 cup pastel confetti sprinkles for decoration on top (optional)


Directions
Crust:
Crush 26 Oreo cookies into fine crumbs, using a food processor (or crush in a plastic ziploc bag). Add the melted butter until well combined. Press mixture evenly onto bottom of a 9-inch springform pan. Place in refrigerator while preparing the filling.

Cheesecake:
In a large mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese with an electric mixer until smooth and creamy, until no lumps remain. Add the powdered sugar and vanilla extract, beating until fully incorporated. Scrape down bottom and sides of bowl. Beat in creamer until smooth. Gently fold in one 8oz tub of cool whip and then beat on low speed to incorporate fully. Chop 15 Oreos. Fold in chopped Oreos and confetti sprinkles. Spread evenly over crust.

Chocolate Ganache:
Heat cream just until it starts to simmer and little bubbles start forming. Add chocolate and let sit for a minute and then gently stir until smooth. Let cool slightly until thick and pourable, but no longer hot. Pour ganache over the top, spreading it to cover the entire surface. Tap against the counter to smooth the top. Chill the cheesecake in the freezer for at least 3-4 hours (or refrigerate overnight).

Before serving, remove from pan. Pipe swirls of cool whip around the top. Finish with whole Oreos and sprinkles. Refrigerate any leftovers, or freeze for an "ice cream pie" texture.

{VIDEO} Easy No Bake Confetti Oreo Cheesecake

This is the perfect no-bake summer cake made of Rice Krispy Treats, flavored like Ice Cream and stacked into a layer cake!


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A miniature, no-melt version of one of my favorite desserts. These bite-sized little Chocolate Chip Cookies Pops look just like mini cookie ice cream sandwiches on a stick, but so much cuter.


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The cutest little cookies you've ever seen. These bite-Sized little Chocolate Chip Cookies are loaded with mini chocolate chips, for the most adorable version of everybody's favorite cookie!


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Today is my birthday so we're making my birthday cake, and this year we are doing THE BEST Funfetti Cake, from scratch, of course.




{VIDEO} THE BEST Homemade Funfetti Layer Cake From Scratch

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This heart shaped cookie cake is an super easy spin on the cream tarts/letter cakes/number cakes that are all over Instagram and Pinterest lately! 

{VIDEO} Easy Cream Tart Heart Cookie Cake

Sweet pink lemonade frosting, sandwiched between cute lemon cookies, for the most adorable spin on a summertime favorite.


Pink Lemonade Sandwich Cookies

These Chocolate Covered Rosé Champagne Strawberries are really fancy and fun twist on regular chocolate strawberries.


These are like the most fun adult dessert ever. They combine all of the best things, like chocolate and pink and champagne all in one pretty little treat.



They're perfect for a wedding shower or a romantic occasion, or a fun girl's night or special brunch.



The strawberries soak in the Champagne over night to soak up all that sweet rosé. Then we dip them in a silky pink chocolate coating and decorate with sprinkles.



The longer the berries soak in the rosé, the more sweet champagne they absorb, so you can leave these in the fridge for anywhere between 20 and 36 hours, depending on how you like them.


How cute did these turn out? I like to serve them on a glass of champagne, with edible gold stars around the rim, for a fancy touch! Just wet a paper towel with champagne, run it around the edge of the glass to get it sticky and then roll in a plate of edible gold stars, or sprinkles.



I used pink candy melts and gold sprinkles, but you can use regular chocolate, or any color combination you want to match the theme of any event of special occasion, to really customize these.


For this fancy look, drizzle on white and dark pink lines across the berry while the coating is still wet and drag a toothpick down, from the top to the bottom. Then add some edible gold stars or sprinkles to the top corner.


For this gold look, let the pink coating dry and then dab the edge with a paper towel soaked in champagne and add some edible gold dust and edible gold stars or sprinkles.


For this more classic look, drizzle on white diagonal lines across the berry once the pink coating has set. Then add some gold sprinkles on top.


If you love this recipe, you are going to love my Rosé Cupcakes 


...or my strawberry chocolate bars, so be sure to check those videos out too!


If you give this a try be sure to tag me in a picture on social media @lindsayannbakes, or share this video with somebody who you know would love these fancy champagne berries!



When you bite into these, the snap of smooth chocolate shell is the perfect coating to the sweet juicy berry that has that kick of bubbly Rosé flavor.


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Chocolate Covered Champagne Strawberries

Ingredients




Directions
Wash strawberries and pat dry. Fill a large jar or bowl with the strawberries. Pour Champagne over the strawberries until they are all covered. Cover with plastic wrap and let sit in the fridge for 24 hours. Remove strawberries and dry fully with paper towels. Make sure they are completely dry on the outside or the chocolate will seize up and ruin the smooth consistency of the chocolate.

Melt chocolate according to package directions. Add vegetable shortening or oil to get a velvety smooth and thin consistency, perfect for dipping.

Pour chocolate into a deep mug or cup. Hold the strawberries at the leaves and dip into melted chocolate until it is fully coated. Pull straight up and out of the chocolate. Use your free hand to tap the wrist of the hand holding the strawberry to help the excess chocolate slide off of the tip of the strawberry and back into your cup. Place dipped strawberries onto wax paper.

Add sprinkles or edible pearls, or snip off a tiny tiny piece from the corner of the bag and gently squeeze on to dried dipped berries, moving your hand from side to side in a quick and steady motion. Add sprinkles if desired or run a toothpick from the top down, to create a fancy design. Let strawberries dry fully, until chocolate has set (speed up the process by placing in the fridge or freezer for a few minutes).

If desired, wet a paper towel with champagne, run it around the edge of a champagne glass to get it sticky and then roll in a plate of edible gold stars, or sprinkles. Add strawberry to the rim by making a slice on the side, so it stay on securly.

Enjoy same day, or refrigerate if not serving immediately. These are best served within 24 hours of dipping.

Note: if you leave the chocolate dipped strawberries in the fridge, condensation might form and you will have water droplets on top of your strawberries or in between the berry and the chocolate, when you remove them from the fridge and they come back to room temperature.

{VIDEO} Chocolate Covered Rosé Champagne Strawberries

Rich, vanilla sour cream cupcakes swirled with strawberry jam, baked right on top of a buttery brown sugar graham crust, topped with a smooth cheesecake frosting and finished with a ripe juicy glazed strawberry.


{VIDEO} Strawberry Cheesecake Cupcakes

The most over-the-top, show-stopping cake I have ever made. This is the ultimate candy overload cake, made out of funfetti cake batter flavored, marshmallow-y rice krispies treats, stuffed with a surprise piñata candy center and dripping with more candy.



{VIDEO} Ultimate No-Bake Rice Krispies Treat Candy Drip Cake

They tiniest little ice cream cones you've ever seen, that don't even melt. These itty bitty cones are made from a Bugle snack and topped with a swirl of crunchy baked meringue to look just like a real soft serve ice cream cone.


{VIDEO} Mini Bugle Ice Cream Cone Meringues



Soft, chewy, lemon cookies, bursting with fresh, juicy blueberries and white chocolate chips. 

Lemon Blueberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies

The most fun cocktail inspired candy ever. These drunken gummies are made with real cake flavored vodka, to give these cute little funfetti bears a little hint of booziness.


{VIDEO} Funfetti Cake Vodka Gummy Bears

Light, fluffy buttercream frosting that tastes just like a sweet, creamy, strawberry milkshake.


Strawberry Milkshake Frosting

Sweet strawberry cookies with a hint of vanilla, studded with white chocolate chips. Like Strawberries and cream in cookie form! These soft, chewy cookies are so easy to make, using a box of strawberry cake mix and just 4 ingredients!


{VIDEO} Strawberry White Chocolate Chip Cake Mix Cookies

 Moist, chocolate fudge cupcakes, bursting with sprinkles and stuffed with buttery chocolate chip cookie dough, all topped off with a scoop of more cookie dough, confetti sprinkles, rich chocolate ganache and a cute chocolate chip cookie chunk.


{VIDEO} Chocolate Funfetti Cookie Dough Cupcakes

Sweet, tangy lemon filling on top of a sweet shortbread crust, all finished off with a swirl of sweet cream cheese frosting.

Lemon Bars

For when you want a perfectly portioned, small-batch recipe for the best cake ever, this is my go-to! The ultra moist, fluffy vanilla cake recipe makes one just one layer that's smothered in a creamy vanilla buttercream frosting.


Mini Small-Batch Vanilla Cake with Vanilla Buttercream Frosting