For the past one month, there has been a cake trend on one of the Facebook foodie pages I’m following and participating called “Let’s cook Kenyan meals“. Baking a cake using gas, and with the help of three stones……”, and guys have been killing it. Over twenty guys have their version, and I like the trend since it brings different foodies together and definitely sharing is caring.

This got me thinking, I would love to try that recipe out, but y’all know I love to stand out especially with my recipes. Eventually, I decided to go with a “No bake Oreo cheese cake”. Its a craving filled journey, creamier, delicious, sweeter than ever  and no need for an oven, gas or the use of “three stones”. This cheese cake is very rich if not of Calories. Its’ HEAVEN!!

Making “Oreo Cheese Cake”.


Prep time: 25 mins  Refrigeration: Over night

Yields: 6 servings



  • 500 g of Cream cheese
  • 8-10 pcs Digestive biscuits {Oreos or Crackers can be used too}
  • 1 cup of whipping cream
  • 1 cup of castor sugar
  • 1 tsp of vanilla extract
  • 6 tsp of melted un- salted butter {Or 1 stick of un-salted butter}



  • Bowl
  • Food Processor {Or zip lock bags & rolling pin}
  • wooden stick
  • Clear foil
  • spring non- stick baking tin {Using a 7 inch}

TOPPINGS: {Use any other of your choice}


  • Oreo cookies
  • Dates
  • Chocolate chips


Making the base:

  1. Place the biscuits into a food processor, crush them for 1 min until they are like dry sand.


2. Add in the butter and process it, till it now looks like wet sand. Pour it into your spring non-stick baking tin, press it down as well as on the sides {walls of the tin}. “Use your fingers to bring up the cookie walls, as well as a wine glass base to flatten the bottom of the cookie base”.


Cover the tin with a clear foil and refrigerate it for 30 mins for it to set well.


Making the delicious filling.

3. Place the two cream cheese into a bowl, add in the whipping cream -using your wooden stick, thoroughly combine them for 5 to 8 mins. Then add in the cup of sugar and vanilla extract and mix well.


4. Remove the baking tin from the fridge and add in the filling and make sure to level it up. Then add the toppings “get creative”.


5. Cover with a clear foil and place it in your fridge over night.


Next Morning:


Final outcome:

Here is a video of the final look.

Got the “Non stick baking spring tin at a bake ware “Indian shop” at Biashara Street”, Nairobi -Kenya. {Forgot its name}.

7 inch tin -KSH 670.




I challenge all the foodies on “Lets cook Kenyan Meals -{Facebook Page} and ANITA NDERU” {Confectionery Master} to make a better version and tag me #CheeseCake. The ball is on your court.


Love and Love


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Comments ( 6 )

  • estellah jaber

    loooks so delish i could feel it in my mouth, i guess the ingredients ziko nakumatt coz this i have to try…waaah

    • Tastie Dine

      Hi Jaber, You have no idea how sweet this cake was. If you have a sweet tooth, its the best medicine for you. And yes, you can fine each ingredient at Nakumatt or any other store.

  • CherieGacheri

    Cake looks delish!
    That bake ware shop on biashara street is called Walibai Kharim Ltd 🙂

    • Tastie Dine

      Thank you Cherie for the reminder. Yes, that is the name that slipped my mind.

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