I had my No Bake Dessert Party this past weekend, and one of my favorite desserts coming out of it was this No Bake Oreo Cheesecake that I wanted to share a few more pictures of.
In some ways, the No Bake version is a little bit fussier than the baked version of a cheesecake because you need to let it firm up in the fridge for at least 6 hours. But I really enjoyed the taste and I was surprised that I didn’t miss the eggs and other ingredients that go in a baked cheesecake.
A few months ago I finally made the famous New York Times’ Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe and completely fell in love. Since then, it’s been one of my favorite recipes.
I’ve made it a few times now and learned a few things, so I thought I’d share some photos of a recent batch I baked along with some things I learned.
When I first made this recipe, I had a lot of questions. There are so many particulars with this recipe and I wondered if they were necessary. Here are my answers so far.
Yogurtland has partnered with Hello Kitty this summer, offering limited edition spoons and cups at Yogurtland from the end of July through August. You might remember I went a little crazy last year during the Yogurtland Tokidoki promotion.
As soon as I heard about the Hello Kitty promotion, I headed straight for Yogurtland. I chose to go to the Mira Mesa location because during the Tokidoki promotion, the Mira Mesa had more of the promotion stuff and were more flexible about giving out the spoons.