Cheesecake is absolutely my favorite dessert. There is not a cheesecake out there that I don’t love. It’s a dessert that I feel is actually worth every delicious calorie. And you can’t go wrong with adding cookies to cheesecake, right? That’s what brought me to this indulgent dip. Given that this weekend has a certain holiday where indulgence is encouraged I thought this might be a good time to share this recipe.
This dip is creamy with bursts of chocolatey cookie. I served this with vanilla wafers from Trader Joe’s, but you could probably serve with graham crackers or animal crackers.
This obviously isn’t the healthiest recipe I’ve ever made. This isn’t my normal approach to cooking, but sometimes you just have to let your inner Paula Deen flag fly. This would be a great recipe for a party – why not share those calories with your friends. 😉
If you saw my post earlier this week you know that I love Valentine’s Day despite being single for the vast majority of my years. As a former single lady looking for love I have a pro tip. Don’t mope at home. Gather your best single friends and go out. Not to the fancy schmancy restaurants that will be packed with couples eating overpriced meals. Go to a dive bar or your favorite going out place. Guess who else will be there? Other single people! It’s the one day of the year where it’s pretty much a singles party, so take advantage of it ya silly goose! Maybe you won’t meet the love of your life, but you’ll have a good time! Okay… stepping off my soap box now. 😉
On that note, have an amazing weekend filled with love whether it’s with your boo, your friends, your family, or fur babies. ❤️❤️❤️
- 1 (8 ounce) package light cream cheese, softened
- ½ c. butter, softened
- ¾ c. confectioners' sugar
- 2 Tbsp brown sugar
- 2 c. crushed Oreos, divided
- In small bowl, beat butter and cream cheese until light and fluffy. Add sugars and vanilla, beat until smooth. Stir in 1½ c. oreos. Sprinkle remaining ½ c. of Oreos on top for garnish. Serve with graham crackers or vanilla wafers. Refrigerate leftovers.