Oreos, cream cheese, chocolate….. need I say anything at all?! Nope – it’s just divine!! 🙂
Whenever I run a Cook Along I like to share a recipe that is on the menu. One of my members said her daughter reckons this is “Oreos on steroids”! lol! A very apt description!! 🙂
It’s Wicked Wednesday again! On the third Wednesday of every month I share with you a wicked recipe! 🙂 If you are new to ThermoFun make sure you check out my other Wicked Wednesday recipes.
Tip: Perhaps read my Dieting Rules whenever you are about to make a Wicked Wednesday recipe! 🙂
- 24 Oreos (235g) (or any other chocolate sandwich biscuit)
- 80g butter, cubed
- 225g white chocolate melts
- 150g cream cheese (room temp.)
- 12 Oreos, roughly cut into 8ths with a knife
- 6 Oreos, roughly chopped with a knife
- 100g dark or milk chocolate melts
- 20g coconut oil
- Line a square tin with baking paper.
- Place Oreo biscuits into TM bowl and chop 5 sec / speed 10.
- Add butter and mix 5 sec / speed 10. Scrape down and repeat until evenly moistened.
Press biscuit mixture with the back of a spoon and your fingers where necessary, into the bottom and edges of a square tin. Freeze while you prepare the filling.
No need to wash TM bowl.
- Place chocolate into TM bowl and chop 8 sec / speed 8. Add cream cheese and melt 5 mins / 50°C / speed 1. Scrape down and continue heating 1 min / 50°C / speed 1.
- Add 12 roughly chopped Oreos and mix 10 sec / speed 2 / Reverse.
- Spread the mixture over the base in the tin.
- Top with the 6 roughly chopped Oreos.
- Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or overnight before serving.
- Place chocolate and oil into TM bowl and chop 8 sec / speed 8. Scrape down and melt 4 mins / 50°C / speed 1. Scrape down and continue melting 1 min / 50°C / speed 1.
- Drizzle melted chocolate over the top.
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