It’s National Oreo Cookie Day! Yes, it’s a thing! And we’re celebrating it with these easy to make Oreo Cheesecake Bites. You only need a handful of ingredients; cream cheese, sour cream, sugar, vanilla extract, one egg and a muffin pan. Making them is super easy, all you have to do is pre-heat the oven to 325°F as you will be baking the Oreo Cheesecake Bites for about 15 minutes.
Making the Oreo Cheesecake Bites
Place Oreo cookies in each lined muffin space this will be your cheesecake crust; see full recipe below for different crust option.. Now, mix the ingredients starting with the cream cheese, sour cream, sugar and vanilla extract. Finally, add the egg and mix until well combined. Add cheesecake filling on top of each Oreo and pop in the over for 15 minutes.
After they’re done baking, let them cool for a full hour before placing them in the fridge, for an additional two hours or overnight. Once completed cool, remove each one from the pan, serve and enjoy! 😉
It is Rodeo time!! If you live in Houston, you are probably saying, “Heck, Yeah!” If you don’t, you are probably saying, “So what?”
Let me tell you that in Houston, Rodeo is a huge deal. This may very well be the most anticipated event of the year. After all, it is biggest party in our city. Concerts, games, carnival rides, fair food, fried food…
Yes, the food! And speaking of food, I am bringing you three rodeo food recipes that you can make at home tonight!
Deep Fried Oreos
As if Oreos were not delicious enough! Believe me, deep fried Oreos are so much more delicious. I didn’t know how easy it was to make these until my brother-in-law made them. I have made them a few times since.
Who doesn’t love corn on the cob?! I love corn, period. But there’s something about corn on the cob. While I see elotes as corn on steroids, they are a fair food favorite. And this Cheetos Crusted Elotes recipe brings the traditional recipe to another level of yumminess.
I love Oreos, but what I love more is deep fried Oreos. I didn’t know how easy it was to make these until my brother-in-law made them for us. And I have made them a few times since. This is a fair food that anyone can make from home. Just take a peek at the recipe below.