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Oreo Hazelnut and Banana Cheesecake

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 This is the first time I made this no-bake cheesecake combined with mashed banana (used over ripe ones) and crushed Oreo cookies. I really love it! They blended beautifully in this rich and creamy cheesecake. Sooo yummy! The sweetness of the cheesecake is perfect to my liking. I added Nutella Hazelnut spread and fresh topping cream with crushed Oreo cookies all over the cake.  For those who love no-bake cheesecake, I hope you'll try this recipe and enjoy this heavenly cheesecake.  If you like it please tell me how it turned out.





Oreo Hazelnut and Banana Cheesecake

    Ingredients: (recipe adapted from Fantastic Desserts with modification)
    Cake Base - lined and greased cake pan
    150g Oreo cookies, remove the cream and crush it or grind coarsely
     60g Melted butter or add a little more if needed

     Filling
     250g Cream cheese at room temperature
     3 tbsp Fresh milk
     2 Bananas (120g without skin), mashed
     70g Nutella Hazelnut spread
     300g Fresh topping cream
     1/2 tbsp Lemon juice
     20g Gelatine powder
     50g Water
     20g Oreo cookies, crushed
     extra crushed Oreo cookies (about 100g or more) for topping

     Method:
  • Mix crushed Oreo cookies with butter and presses them firmly on the base of  9 inch cake pan. Put in  refrigerator and chill until firm.
  • Whisk fresh topping cream until soft peak, set aside 
  • Put gelatine powder and water in a bowl and soak for a while. Then place it in a double boiler until gelatine dissolved and set aside.
  • Beat cream cheese at medium speed with 3 tablespoon of fresh milk until smooth. Add in hazelnut spread, continue to beat for about 1 minute. Mash bananas and mix well with 1/2 tbsp lemon juice then add into the cream cheese mixture, mix well again and transfer to a large bowl.
  • Add whipped fresh topping cream into cream mixture with a hand whisk, mix well and add dissolved gelatine into it. Lastly fold in 20g crushed Oreo cookies with a rubber spatula.
  • Pour cream cheese mixture into prepared cake pan and refrigerator for at least 4 hours or overnight.
  • Remove chilled cheesecake from cake pan and sprinkle extra crushed Oreo biscuits over it. 

Kitchen note:
To remove cheesecake from the cake pan, draw the parchment paper sizes slightly larger than the cake pan. This way you will be able to remove the base easier by gently sliding a cake server underneath and gently lift up the cheesecake - not high up - (but must do it quickly) onto a serving plate.
OR use a easier method but must do it gently
Scrape the sides of the cheesecake with a hot knife and remove the pan ring. Cover the cheesecake with cling wrap and a cake board on top then upside down the cake and gently remove the cake pan base and turn it back with the help of another cake board.




Enjoy!

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  1. This is tempting. I hope to have a slice for breakfast, please....;p

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  2. Oh man, what a cake! I would loooove this one - yum, Nutella!

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  3. Ann...this is mouth-watering indeed for me...wow..all my favorite ingredients in it...banana and hazelnuts nutella ...lovely! This is a winner alright :)

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    1. Thanks Elin. Worth try this when you got the time.

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  4. I've always loved that combination ... chocolate and banana ... Yummmm!
    Beautiful as always, Ann!

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  5. From the photo, can tell its sinfully delicious. Tonight I go buy bananas.....

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  6. Beautiful cheesecake, Ann !! Initially I thought it's a baked one coz the texture looks so rich and firm, but then realise it's non-bake cheesecake ! Btw, did you make those chocolate decor yourself ?

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    1. Joyce, The chocolate decor was bought at Seah St. Have a try on this cheesecake.

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  7. Looks so good, very easy recipe :)

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  8. eileen@hundred eighty degreesApril 5, 2012 at 10:34 AM

    Looks simple tempting. Give me a slice and I will tell you if I like it ^_^…very nice shot! A picture is worth a thousand words.

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    1. Yes is very simple and easy to make but the cake already finished up. Can you wait for next round... hahaaa..

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  9. waaah....sounds and looks really yummy....esp with the banana, cheese and oreo combi!

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  10. Looks really delicious! Very tempting to have slice! Yum!

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  11. looks so yummy, Ann! i really have stop thinking about my waistline for awhile and enjoy a slice or two :)

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    1. Alice, no worries a slice or two won't affect your diet :DD

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  12. What's not to love in this cheesecake? Bananas, hazelnuts, Oreo.... all are yummy!

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  13. wow..cake looks absolutely stunning..wonderful recipe!!
    Spicy-Aroma

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  14. Sinfully delicious ! My fave cake ;D I would like a slice , too !

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  15. very very tempting and delicious! i have the same white enamel bowl as per your picture, you bought in Daiso right, hehehe..

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    1. Sonia, you can see most of the bowls and plates here very familiar because we got it from the same shop ^--^

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  16. Your cheesecakes are all so perfectly done and this one is no exception...looks yummy and so sinful!

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  17. Beautiful... Ann, you are so good with making dessert and continue to inspire me. Oreo and Nutella? Count me in!! =D

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    1. Topping cream is it whipped cream?

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    2. Is gelatine powder. Thanks for reminding. Just updated in my post:-)

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    3. Yes topping cream is whipped cream same as Pour and Whip.

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  19. Ann, the cake is very very nice.. !! By the look, i give you A++ ... hehe...

    I like you cake stand too..

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    1. Thanks Li Shuan :) I got the cake stand at very cheap price, less than twenty dollars.

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  20. Your cake looks amazing! I say it looks better than those the bakery! I love the fact that there's banana in it and makes it more healthy! :) Can I eat it for breakfast? I'm sure my family will love this cake. It has all the ingredients that we love.

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  21. Lovely cheesecake with oreo and nutella, all my favourite! no-baked?! Wish to try it out :))

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  22. the cheese cake is beautiful and gorgeous...banana and oreo and cream cheese, all delicious ingredients...:)
    ya, i like the cake stand too...

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  23. Yum-O! What a beautiful, gorgeous, and delightful cake! Kudos to your skills, you gotta teach me how you do it. Seriously!

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    1. Plateful,
      Thank you very much for your compliment. This is a very easy to follow recipe and you're always welcome to leave a comment or email me if you need my help :)

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  24. I always like the idea of no-bake cheesecake. That is one of those cakes I can do, other than tiramisu (which is also a no-bake cake).

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    1. Tigerfish,

      So when are you going to post one of your no-bake cheesecake? I'm sure you can definitely do it beautifully.

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  25. Thanks for posting such a great recipe. I look ... I love your photos.

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  26. Yum.... I can imagine Oreo, banana, Nutella, cheesecake all-in-one! Wonderful, I must make this for sure! Thanks so much for sharing this beautiful creation.

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    1. Thanks Fong. Do you know that I always like to see your beautiful creations too?

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  27. What a combination! This is one dessert you have to eat first.

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  28. Hi Ann,

    How to remove the cheesecake from the pan?
    Sorry to ask such question.

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    1. I've added a short note below the recipe.

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  29. 看到oreo cheesecake就被吸引过来。做过类似的蛋糕,但材料没有这个那么丰富,很好吃。
    蛋糕很完美,像酒店还是cafe卖的,thumbs up!

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    1. Yee Er,
      好久没看到你过来了,你好吗? 谢谢你的赞美。 你做作品也是很棒啊!

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    2. 还好啦!!只是有点忙,都是绕着孩子和家务的琐碎事。。
      其实我常来,只是没留言,每次只能快快看过就走人。。。因为小宝宝也很喜欢iPad,我又不想让她常玩。
      Happy Weekend!

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  30. Thank you for your lovely blog. May I know where you buy the beautiful cake stand? Gracie Young,Singapore

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    1. Hi Gracie,

      I bought the cake stand at OG last year during S'pore Sale. I remember the price was around $18 after 30% discount.

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  31. It will never stop to amaze me how little amount of ingredients can turn into a breath-taking and mouth-watering treat like this! Simply gorgeous!

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  32. This is perfect! I also made no baked cheese cake over 2 years ago. Feel like trying it out again.

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    1. Evy, Two years ago was very long ago... hahaa. Quickly get some cream cheeses and start doing it.

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  33. Wow, hazelnut nutella with banana must be so yum! Love the combo, the taste must be super! Will try this out the next time, cos theres so many oreo lovers in my household, heehee. ;)

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  34. It's irresistible. Haven't had one single cheesecake in a long time. Now I would love one large slice!

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  35. I nearly overlook this cake! Another nice cake that you've baked! Oreo biscuit is such a popular biscuit & it's not hard to believe that this cake is as famous as the biscuit itself! Turn up so late, all the cakes have gone by now, wuwuwu!

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    1. Jessie,
      Next round, I'll definitely reserve for you.

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  36. Your cake is always so pretty!!

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  37. hi ann, i still remember the banana cheesecake that you made sometime ago, very2 appealing. so does this one! I feel more comfortable doing a non baked than a baked cheesecake.

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    1. Oh Lena, you still remember my banana cheesecake? Thank you!
      Actually I personally prefer the baked cheesecakes but this cake is very delicious because of the banana added in it.

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  38. What a beautiful dessert. Really fantastic pictures. Come visit us. We have some wonderful things to share this week.

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  39. I can imagine how delicious this is..it looks AMAZING Ann! Very professional and you can bake a cake like this for me anytime LOL! Have a great weekend love!!xoxo

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  40. This looks awfully delicious, Ann and it's so neatly done!

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  41. Sounds so rich and decadent! I would love to have a slice. Happy Easter Ann!

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  42. Hi Ann! This looks amazing! I don't think cheesecakes can get any better than this! I love your addition of banana! yummy! Oh and btw, where did you get your chocolate decorations on top? Did you buy them or make them? I never know where to find them! haha..

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    1. Thank you Sam! I bought the choc decor from the ingredients shop. They got many cute and pretty designs that I always like to bring them home :)

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  43. Ann, this a really pretty cheesecake and I bet it was equally delicious. It looks like the ones I get from the good dessert restaurant ... yummy!

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    1. Jo, Thank you for your compliment. This is really a yummy cheesecake, hope you'll make it at home.

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  44. he he he but i believe that each individual's hand got a unique magic right? so the magic you put in this dessert wont be similar if i make it :-p you gotta treat your fans :-p ok ^___^ just kidding... really, this cheesecake sounds great :-)have a good day!

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  45. i have been a silent reader of yours. this cheesecake so yummy! what can i use to replace hazelnut spread as my son has nut allergy?

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    1. I think chocolate goes well with banana too. You use soft chocolate cream and mix with little milk to replace hazelnut spread. You can get the chocolate cream from PH or Sunlik.

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  46. Hi, can I ask if u hv beat the whipped cream until stiff . Thanks

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  47. Sorry delay in reply as I am very sick now.
    For the fresh cream only need to soft peak will do.stiff peak will the cream will very dry.

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  48. Wow, that cheesecake is gorgeous and sounds like a great combination!

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  49. what a nice cake you have made.

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  50. Ann, how come I missed this? Its fabulous! Just in time for Mother's Day. Is the fresh topping cream same as whipping cream (I see it in your picture)? Do I need to cool down the gelatine mixture? Thanks!

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    1. Ai Li, the fresh topping cream is the box in red (as in the picture) that I bought from PH. Whipping cream is cooking cream (in PH is Milac whipping cream).
      You just use the fresh topping cream. Did you realize I did not add any sugar in this recipe? Because the banana, nutella and fresh cream are sweet so sugar added.

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    2. Ann, good thing I check with you as I have the Milac whipping cream at home and thought it is the same. I will go to PH to get the fresh topping cream these few days so that I can do this on Fri. Frankly speaking, I didn't realise no sugar was added as I was so attracted by the cake. Do you think I can line the tray with all sides up so that it is easier to remove? Is it ok to whisk the fresh topping cream with a mixer rather than whisk? This will be my 1st attempt at non bake cheesecake and I hope to present to myself as a Mother's day present (hopefully I will succeed). Any more tips on this? Thanks, Ann!! Happy Mother's Day in advance!

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    3. Ai Li, no need to line the sides of the cake. After the cake is set, dip your knife in hot water then scrape the sides will do.
      When the recipe states whisk the cream is using the mixer to whisk the cream not by hand whisk. No worries, it is very easy to make a non bake cheesecake.

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    4. Thanks so much, Ann!!

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  51. Hi! Can I check with u... the tin size u use is what size? Also the topping cream is it already sweetened on its own? Coz I notice no sugar is used.

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    1. Hi, I already mentioned in the recipe, the tin size is a 9 inch pan. No sugar is necessary as the topping cream and nutella are already quite sweet.

      Please leave your name in your next comment. :)

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  52. Hi ann,

    Check with you issit possible to omit bananas?

    Elaine yeo

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