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Oreo Cheesecake in a glass

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Prep: 5 minutes Cook: 15 minutes Plus chilling

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9 glasses of cheesecake

This fun biscuit cheesecake will have all the children's tummies satisfied before you know it!

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  • 2 packs of oreo's
  • 105g butter

Cheese Filling

  • 225ml double cream
  • 3 chocolate yogurts
  • 300g chocolate philadelphia

Decoration (optional)

  • 1 box of mini oreo's


  1. Melt your butter in a pan on a low heat.

  2. Whilst the butter is melting crush the oreo's in a food blender.

  3. When the butter is melted and the biscuits are crushed, mix them together.

  4. Distribute evenly between 9 glasses and use the back of a spoon to press it down.

  5. After that, put the double cream in a blender and process until forming soft peaks.

  6. Add in the chocolate philadelphia and the yogurts and blend further until a soft mix.

  7. Distribute evenly among the glasses avoiding getting it round the edges.

  8. (optional) you can now decorate by adding 2 or 3 mini oreo's on the top of your cheesecake.

  9. Now leave in the fridge till serving - at least 30 mins.

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