A decadent dessert to enjoy with someone special

  • PREP: 0 hr(s). 10 min / Total: 2 hr(s). 10 min
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  • Servings: 2 servings, 1 cheesecake (68 g) each

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Make It

  • Beat cream cheese, chocolate and sugar in medium bowl with whisk until blended. Stir in Cool Whip.

  • Place 1 cookie in each of 2 paper-lined muffin cups; top with cream cheese mixture.

  • Refrigerate 2 hours.

Kraft Kitchen Tips

  • SIZE WISE

    This is an indulgent dessert for special occasions.

  • SPECIAL EXTRA

    Top 1 cheesecake with heart-shaped stencil; sprinkle lightly with unsweetened cocoa powder or icing sugar. Carefully remove stencil. Repeat with remaining cheesecake.

  • NOTE

    Instead of firming up cheesecakes in refrigerator, freeze them 1 hour or until firm. Then, refrigerate until ready to serve.

Ratings & Reviews

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I prefer white chocolate so I made some changes to this recipe. First I used a shortbread cookie for the base, then I melted white chocolate instead of semi-sweet. I wasn't sure if they meant a full square wrapped in the silver paper or half the square where it is scored so I used the whole square but instead of a tablespoon of sugar I used 1 teaspoon. I am not a big fan of Cool Whip so I used real whipped cream with some sugar and vanilla and I folded it in just like the cool whip. I chilled them over-night and they were delicious the next day. I was able to get three cakes too! I submitted two pictures, one plain and the other with raspberry syrup and fresh raspberries! YUM!

02/19/2013

These were awesome, my family loved them. I made them the night before and put them in the freezer, then they weren't to soft, they were perfect.

03/07/2012

Made these for Valentine's day for my husband and I. I don't know why people are complaining about the cookie on the bottom! Maybe it's because I made them a day ahead, but the top part of the cookie came off with the cheesecake and was delicious. And then, even if the cookie doesn't mix with the cheesecake, eat it separately! Extra cookie at the end? Yes please! Mine looked nothing like the picture, and I would probably just put it in a small dish instead of the muffin cup, but all in all it was delish!

02/15/2012

My husband says this was the best dessert I've ever made (and I make a lot of them)! I did an oreo crumb and margerine base instead, very yummy. I did another batch using mini muffin cups to make tiny treats for the dessert table at my son's baptism. Big hit! I used the back of a teaspoon sprayed with cooking spray to spread the mixture into the cups, but still couldn't make them look as pretty as the picture.

02/14/2012

Delicious. I used a whole package of cream cheese and made 8 cakes. I used Orea crumbs and made my own crust after reading the reviews about the Oreo cookie not working very well and they turned out great!

02/23/2011

cake it self was very good but I'm not overly sure of the purpose of the cookie... would make it again with no bottom or the oreo cookie crumb base.

02/04/2011

Loved it, except for the oreo at the bottom. Next time i will simply try a thiner cookie

11/17/2010

Made them years ago for kids at valentines.How much of what do I use to make a dozen or more.The kids loved them and the teachers wanted the recipe,so I lead them to you.Thank you.

02/11/2010

These cheesecakes were easy and delicious, although I found them a little soft (even after freezing for an hour). They seemed more like a mousse than cheesecake. Also, I took the cookie apart and just used one side of it for the crust...I figured the 2 cookies and cream would be too hard to cut with a fork.

02/05/2010

Amazing recipe...Made it for the first time 3 years ago and absolutley loved it...I'm making it again this Chritmas for 20 ppl... Can't wait to share them with everyone =)

12/18/2009

This recipe tastes better if you separate the cookie because the cream in the cookie ruins the taste for me.

09/29/2009

Made this for my husband and myself and we didn't enjoy it at all...

11/23/2008

Absolutely fabulous! Easy to make and tasty too. I like to make 12 - 18 at a time. I lost the recipe and searched high and low for it. It is a keeper to repeat again and again.

11/17/2008

Great no bake cheescake recipe! The cookie works well as a crust if they are left overnight in the fridge first, this softens them nicely :)

01/27/2008

Made this for my husband for a special occasion and was excited about it but it didn't taste that great. The cookie at the bottom was just there. Hard. Didn't blend in with cake. I won't be making it again. It was a disappointment.

12/19/2007

08/31/2007

I made this recipe for dessert, for my boyfriends birthday dinner. All he wanted for his birthday was for me to cook him dinner. Not exactly a simple request...considering my lack of both knowledge and skills in the culinary arts. This recipe was GREAT!...it took me no time at all...it was very simplistic...I LOVE it, and recommend it to everyone or anyone who's looking for an easy, time efficient way of entertaining guests. It looks like you've put in a lot of time and effort, your guests will be very impressed, i know mine were!

08/14/2007

Very easy and tasted soooo good! For decorating I just dusted with the cocoa then put a heart shaped chocolate on top. Nice and easy!!

05/10/2007

I loved it, but the oreo was sort of odd, like a pedistal, i will use crums next time.

02/23/2007

Very, very yummy. Definately worth making.

02/16/2007

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04/25/2006

These are an awesome dessert! For my own little twist I put cool whip whipped topping on top and sprinked with grated chocolate. Very good.

02/22/2006

I forgot to get the bakers semi-sweet chocolate, so i had to subsitute with Jello pudding in the cups, So i just put the amount of what the chocolate would be and it worked perfectly. Soooo good and creamy.

02/17/2006

fast and easy to make;and deliciously different

02/09/2006

02/07/2006

It was easy to follow the recipe Alice

02/07/2006

Great recipe, I made it with light creme cheese, and to mix it up a little, I used white chocolate instead. Tasted fantastic!

02/06/2006

creamy, smooth, chocolatey and EASY!

02/05/2006

I cut down on the calories by using light whipped topping and cream cheese. I tried it both with oreos and with using a thin layer of vanilla cupcake instead of the oreo - both taste great!

02/02/2006

I liked the cakes and they were easy to make but I will use more cool whip next time.,

02/01/2006

This was an amazing recipe! I loved it, as did my whole family. My kids especially liked the oreo cookie. I think I would prefer a cookie crumb base instead. YUMMY!

04/28/2005

All I can say is YUMMMM! It was SO EASY to make. I preferred a chocolate wafer on the bottom to an oreo to tone down the sweetness. Excellent recipe!

02/07/2005

quick and easy - rich for a no-bake recipe. Husband wants MORE - even better served frozen!

01/28/2005

The cheesecake was really good, but the oreo cookie didn't really add anything. I would make an oreo crumb base instead.

01/24/2005

This recipe is easy to make. However, it is very difficult to make it as pretty as shown in the picture.

01/21/2005

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Servings

Makes 2 servings, 1 cheesecake (68 g) each.

Nutritional Info

Serving Size 1 cheesecake (68 g)

AMOUNT PER SERVING
Calories300
Total Fat 21g
Saturated Fat 14g
Cholesterol 40mg
Sodium 190mg
Total Carbohydrates 28g
Dietary Fiber 2g
Sugars 21g
Protein 4g
Vitamin A10%
Vitamin C0%
Calcium4%
Iron8%

* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.

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