Pumpkin Oreo Cheesecakes

Pumpkin Oreo Cheesecakes: Mini pumpkin cheesecakes sandwiched between an Oreo cookie.  These fun cheesecakes are the perfect dessert for every fall event!!!

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Mini pumpkin cheesecakes sandwiched between an Oreo cookie.  These are the perfect fall dessert!
Last week my hubby and I ate at the Cheesecake Factory…it is definitely one of my FAV places to eat!!!
We always end up ordering an appetizer and 2 meals,
just to bring home most of the meal for another meal later :-)
The servings there are HUGE!
We could easily share just one meal and be content…
especially when there is cheesecake for dessert.
Mini pumpkin cheesecakes sandwiched between an Oreo cookie.  These are the perfect fall dessert!
But I have such a hard time shelling out that much money just
for ONE piece of cheesecake
when I know we can make one just as good.
Now don’t get me wrong…
Mini pumpkin cheesecakes sandwiched between an Oreo cookie.  These are the perfect fall dessert!
we DID pull out the ‘ole wallet and
just about had to give up our first born
for those two yummy pieces.
And oh boy, were they ever delicious!!!
Mini pumpkin cheesecakes sandwiched between an Oreo cookie.  These are the perfect fall dessert!
But our lunch date had me wanting to make some cheesecake at home.
An Oreo cookie split in half becomes the top and bottom of each cheesecake.  Put half an Oreo cookie in the bottom of a cupcake liner, fill with pumpkin cheesecake filling, then press the remaining half of cookie into the top.  You can go ahead and leave the frosting on the cookie.  Just put the frosting side touching the cheesecake.  Bake and cool, then enjoy multiple mini pumpkin cheesecakes throughout the day.
Pumpkin cheesecake, Oreo cookies, and sprinkles…your fall parties will never be the same!
Pumpkin Oreo Cheesecake

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 22 minutes

Yield: 24 mini cheesecakes

Pumpkin Oreo Cheesecake

Pumpkin cheesecakes with 2 layers of Oreo cookies.

Ingredients

2 packages cream cheese, softened (8 oz. each)
1/2 cup sugar
2 eggs
2 Tablespoons sour cream
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup canned pumpkin
1 teaspoon cinnamon
24 Oreos, split in half
1 cup Cool Whip
sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350* Place cupcake liners in a muffin pan.
  2. Beat the cream cheese and sugar until light and fluffy. Add the eggs one at a time, beating after each one. Add the sour cream, vanilla, pumpkin, and cinnamon and beat until creamy.
  3. Place half of an Oreo in the bottom of the cupcake liners and fill the liner 3/4 full with the cheesecake batter. Place another half of an Oreo into the top of the batter. Bake for 22 minutes. Cool in pan for 15-20 minutes before removing and placing on a wire rack to finish cooling. Keep refrigerated.
  4. Top with Cool Whip and sprinkles before serving. Makes 24.
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Comments

  1. says

    mmm, Joce, that looks so yummy. This year, I’ve bought pie pumpkins and roasted them, freezing it for use through the winter. But, so far, I’ve only made soup and pancakes with the pumpkin. Maybe I’ll have to try your cheesecakes.

  2. says

    You just made my week! I’m so trying these this weekend for my husband’s birthday! I hope I love them as much as I do in the picture! YUM!

  3. says

    your blog looks like a really beautiful magazine…glossy pages and fabulous photos. i am so excited about your cheesecake…i too love cheesecake factory…but there always seems to be a line for the one near us. it is always special when my hubs will wait for a table. thank you for linking this up to tuesday night supper club

  4. Cynthia says

    Oh my good gracious…these look amazing!! I am totally on a pumpkin kick right now and these would just be perfect. Thank you for “feeding” my habit. ;)

  5. says

    This is super creative and I am sure it would not fail to impress at a party. Now I just have to get invited to one! LOL Thanks for sharing this. I am bookmarking it…just in case. :)

  6. says

    You make every dessert look amazing!! I am definitely gonna try these, we have tons of teenagers over every Sunday night (seriously, like 20 this past week!), so I have to make like 3 pies to feed them all. I love the cupcake/cheesecake idea!!

  7. says

    Now this looks like something fun to take to our church pumpkin carving event!

    Thanks for the recipe!

    Visiting from iFellowship… I hope you have a wonderful Wednesday!

    your sis in the faith,
    pen

  8. says

    Um, yeah, how are you sooo skinny? This looks amazing, but I am sure my pants would not fit.

    Thanks for the recipe, I am definitely going to try this out for my next party…I’ll make sure to give you all the credit ;)

    Halsey

    spunkyjunky.blogspot.com

  9. says

    thank you as always for this fantasticness!!! we are going to a pumpkin party this friday and i have to bring a fall treat. this is just what the doctor ordered. yippee! making them tonight. i love you. and your last name suits a bakery perfectly… the bruBAKEry. perfect. i know you’ve thought of that before but for some reason i spent hours coming up with it. : )

  10. says

    I just took mine out of the oven — I had everything on hand (the oreos were supposed to be for cookies and cream cupcakes and the pumpkin for pumpkin ginger cupcakes but those aren’t until Friday!)

    Now i’m just trying to wait the 20 minutes for them to cool. They smell SO good.

    Great blog – I love it! Plus, I’m another Indiana gal! :)

  11. says

    I love anything with Oreos in it. Your little cheesecakes look delicious and the colors are so perfect for Halloween. I think I’d take these over Cheesecake Factory’s.

  12. says

    Cheesecake Factory is one of my favorite restaurants and it’s always so hard to pick what dessert I want. Your cheesecake looks amazing too! MMmm…

  13. says

    It’s probably a good thing I’m reading this over the Internet. Because if I saw you in person, I’d give you a hug and quite possibly a smooch on the cheek! Pumpkin+cheesecake+Oreos?! Be still my heart!

  14. says

    These looks FANTASTIC!!! I was just talking about the Cheesecake Factory this morning. I LOVE that place. The Boston House salad is SO GOOD!!!! Thanks for sharing this I am definitely trying this one! I posted a recipe on my blog today too…a REALLY EASY one! :)

  15. says

    I have this PUMPKIN SPICED FOOD FETISH, and you have just added to my addiction! Thank you!
    I’m stopping by from Paisley Passions.
    I would love to feature this recipe on our blog:
    auntpegsrecipebox.blogspot.com
    if you would allow us to.

  16. says

    These look divine! Two of my favorite things combined…what a great idea!

    I’m your newest follower. (stopping in from sassy sites)

    Jonie
    easyascutandpaste.blogspot.com

  17. says

    Oh my my my… I think I’ll be adding these to my menu for my party tomorrow! I have all the ingredients on hand too! So glad I found you through the remodalholic link party! Hope you’ll come visit both my blogs, but most importantly, enter my first ever cooking link party at KatiesCucina.blogspot.com

  18. Kathie @ Just a Happy Housewife says

    hi! I’m visiting from Fat Camp Friday and I cannot wait to try this recipe! thanks for posting :-) have a great weekend.

    kathiesculinarykreations.blogspot.com

  19. says

    Oh my. These look wonderful! What a fun~ and delicious~ idea! :)

    Stopping by from Tatertots and Jello! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    Blessings,
    Jenni
    {Beautiful Nest}

  20. says

    this sounds great. When you say mufflin pan is that larger than the cupcake pans? I made the brownie truffles that are pictured on your blog header and used white and choc. swirl kisses. They were a big hit. Thanks for your help letting me know about the pan.
    Blessings…Sherry

  21. says

    quick question about the use of the oreo:

    for the oreo used as the crust, do you use the entire oreo (both the cookie pieces and the filling?) Or do you just use one piece of the oreo?

    For the oreo on top of the pie, do you just use on piece of oreo?

    thanks, this does look good!

  22. says

    I just made these tonight and they were not nearly as orange looking as yours. Did you dye the cheesecake batter with some orange food coloring? They taste great though. I think I might try adding some spices to the cheesecake part next time too.

  23. says

    These looked absolutely fabulous and I ran to the store the second I found this recipe, but for some reason after following all the directions, they came out looking beautiful and literally shrinked down….

  24. Tracey says

    I made these last night for a bake sale at work today and they were a HUGE hit. I think they were the first item to sell out! Thanks for posting the recipe!!

  25. Bianca says

    Question… Did you use food coloring to make the cheese cake orange? Also, the pumpkin is pupkin puree correct?

    • says

      I did not use any food coloring in my cheesecakes. (The lighting in my room may have affected the color, but I did not adjust it to make it look orange.) And yes, it is pumpkin puree that you will use.

  26. Kelly says

    I am thinking of making these a day in advance. Would they store well for 24 hours (with doing the whipped cream just before serving)?

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