All to Myself Cheesecake

"I got this from a "Cook to Cook" discussion group thread where people shared their "I can't believe something this good is so easy to make" recipes. It was submitted by mardee1 and deserves repeating on Recipezaar."
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  • Beat cream cheese, sugar, vanilla and eggs together until smooth Place an Oreo with frosting side up in the bottom of a lined muffin cup.
  • Top with cream cheese mixture.
  • Top that with crushed Oreo tops.
  • Bake at 325° for 25 minutes.
  • Remove from oven and cool.
  • Melt shortening and chocolate chips until smooth.
  • Drizzle over cooled cheesecakes.

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  1. DuChick
    10 star recipe! These were inhaled when I served them for dessert last night. We had our son over with his latest girlfriend. I knew she loved Oreos, so I made these mostly for her. I used the low-fat cream cheese and the reduced-fat Oreos to keep the calories in check. This recipe is a keeper...I hope the girlfriend is too!
  2. Mom2Rose
    FALL PAC 2008: Claudia - these morsels are to die for!! I made these to bring into work for a potluck - they were polished off in no time!
  3. Chef Mommie
    Very good! Keeper recipe!!!
  4. Ms B.
    I prepared these, along with Recipe #87813 and Recipe #114872, for a friend's birthday celebration. These were my Hubby's favorites. All were loved, though.
  5. Tys Kitchen
    I doubled the recipe and made half with golden Oreos and half with chocolate Oreos. I also skipped the chocolate drizzle. I think my Oreos were old (they did not split easily) and it took several days before the bottom cookie was soft. These were yummy but I found them too sweet for us. I guess I like fruit on my cheesecake.


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