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Oreo Berry Cheesecake Tower

Are you looking for an impressive, gorgeous and easy dessert to wow your sweetheart this Valentine's Day? Well, look no further! I've got the most amazing no-bake mixed berry Oreo cheesecake tower that's the perfect dessert for any special occasion. Just look at this big old show-off:

It's made with layers of Oreo cookies, a fluffy no-bake cheesecake cream and mixed berry pie filling. It's an Oreo lover's dream! I'm sharing this amazing mountain of creamy goodness as part of Wayfair's Baked With Love challenge.

 It's a py-OREO-mid of love and it's guaranteed to earn you major brownie points (are Oreo Points a thing? They should be!) with the one you love. And if you're single this Valentine's Day, all the more reason to make this cake. Then you can eat it all yourself!! 😊😊😊 (No judging going on here.)

Are you ready for the super simple recipe?

Oreo Cheesecake Tower

2 packages Oreos
8oz. cream cheese, softened
1/3 cup granulated sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 carton Cool Whip, thawed
canned mixed berry pie filling  (or fresh berries)

With an electric hand mixer, beat softened cream cheese. Add sugar and vanilla and beat until smooth. Fold in thawed Cool Whip.

Make an even layer of Oreos on a cake stand or in a springform pan. Spread 1/3 of the cheesecake mixture over the Oreos. Top with a layer of berry pie filling. 

Repeat until the tower is really tall and impressive and you run out of filling. I tried to keep the Oreos as flat as possible as I added each new layer. I didn't want a leaning tower of Oreos. That would be bad.

THIS adorable cake stand would be perfect for serving this dessert if you don't already have one. Or I found THIS heart-shaped springform pan that would be super cool to use. You could stack everything in layers, then remove the pan edges and have a more traditional cake shape instead of a pyramid. Or you could even make smaller, individual Oreo towers on THESE cute mini cupcake pedestals.

Once you've made your Oreo stack cake, let it chill in the fridge for at least 3 hours before serving. Then climb a mountain of Oreo goodness! 

I posted a picture of this dessert on my personal Facebook page and asked my friends to name it. Their responses were so funny that I just had to include them:

- Oreo Treesecake
- Devil's Delight
- Little Red's Wolf Bait
- Stairway to Oreo Heaven
- Cookies and Cream Mountain
- The pOREOmid
- Black Forest Cookie Stack

What would you name it?
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  1. Oh my goodness!! This looks and sounds amazing!

  2. Mmm! Beautiful and delicious. Thanks for sharing :)

  3. That is an impressive looking dessert! I bet it tastes delicious!

  4. My kids would love this! Thanks for the idea! Happy Valentine's Day :)

  5. An Oreo tower? Is there anything better? NO! Love it!


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