Oreo Cookie Cheesecake Day Date in the current year: April 14, 2024

Oreo Cookie Cheesecake Day Cheesecake is an iconic dessert that is delicious as is, but you can make it even more delicious by incorporating Oreos into your cheesecake. If you think that cheesecake and Oreos are a match made in heaven, you absolutely should celebrate Oreo Cookie Cheesecake Day on April 14.

Oreo cookie cheesecake is a combo of two iconic desserts. Cheesecake is a baked or no-bake cake that consists of a crust made from crushed cookies or crackers, and a soft cheese filling that may be flavored with vanilla, chocolate, lemon, pumpkin, spices, and other ingredients. It may be topped with whipped cream, syrup, fruit sauce, nuts, fresh or candied fruit, cookies, and other ingredients.

Cakes with fresh cheese have been known since antiquity, but the modern form of cheesecake began to evolve sometime in the 18th century. The dessert was originally made with cottage cheese, but the invention of cream cheese in the 1870s led to the emergence of cream cheese-filled cheesecake, which is especially popular in the United States.

Oreo cookies have been around for more than a century. They were first introduced by Nabisco, then known as the National Biscuit Company, in 1912. The classic Oreo cookie consists of two chocolate cookies with a layer of sweet crème filling between them. It contains 11 principal ingredients: flour, sugar, canola or palm oil, alkalized cocoa, corn starch, high-fructose corn syrup, leavening agent, soy lecithin, chocolate, vanilla, and salt.

In addition to classic Oreos, multiple Oreo varieties have been developed. Some of them are available all the year round, while others are limited editions that are dedicated to holidays or special events, or are available in specific countries.

There are several ways to incorporate Oreo cookies into a cheesecake recipe. The easiest option is to decorate the dessert with Oreo cookies, but you can also make a delicious chocolate-y Oreo crust for your cheesecake, or add chopped Oreos to the filling to give it a crunch. If you ask us, you should combine the Oreo crust, filling and topping because there is no such thing as too many Oreos!

Oreo Cookie Cheesecake Day is one of over a dozen cheesecake-related holidays observed in the United States. The original Cheesecake Day was first observed in 1985 but didn’t become truly popular until 2001, when it was registered with HolidaySmart and first promoted online. Over time, other cheesecake-holidays were created to celebrate specific types of cheesecake. Oreo Cookie Cheesecake Day is one of the most recent ones; it was established in 2020.

The best way to celebrate Oreo Cookie Cheesecake Day is, obviously, to have a slice or two or Oreo cookie cheesecake. You can pick it up at your favorite bakery or make your own cheesecake (the best thing about this dessert is that there are plenty of no-bake cheesecake recipes, so you don’t even need an oven to enjoy a delicious combo of cheesecake and Oreo cookies). And don’t forget to spread the word about the holiday on social media with the hashtag #OreoCookieCheesecakeDay.

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