Morning treat you will not want to miss! Easy doughnuts stuffed with cheesecake mixture and topped with sweet glaze and crushed Oreo cookies.
When you have kids, things like “date nights” and “time for yourself” are a very rare occurrence. Even though hubs and I live relatively close to our parents, we can hardly manage to get a date night once a month and a weekend getaway once every few months. So when the moon and the start align just right and we do get that rare chance to sneak away on a date, we take full advantage of that.
A couple of weeks ago, hubs happened to get a weekend day off. We quickly drove or little man to grandma’s and decided to go see a movie. We used to go see just about every movie that came out to the theaters, but it was back in the BC times (Before Child).
Now, we pick what movie we want to see very carefully since we wouldn’t want to waste a perfectly good date night on a bad movie. We got lucky this time and there were 2 movies out that we really wanted to see. Double feature time!
Before spending 5 hours in the movie theater, we definitely needed to stop for reinforcements, i. e. lots of coffee. And of course, it wouldn’t be a date without a little treat. Doughnuts and coffee is a perfect pairing and just what we needed with coffee.
I got myself an Oreo Cheesecake Doughnut and it was so worth the million calories I’m sure it had.
As a matter of fact, I liked these doughnuts so much, I recreated them at home the following weekend. Our morning coffee deserves a little treat with it, and freshly made doughnuts at home is the very best treat it can have.
Some More Recipes To Try:
Glazed Strawberry Ricotta Doughnuts
Black & White Glazed Doughnuts
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Oreo Cheesecake Doughnuts
- About 30 oz bottle of vegetable oil for frying
- Fryer or a Dutch Oven with a meat thermometer
- 16.3 oz Package of original refrigerated biscuits 8 count
- 8 oz cream cheese
- 1/4 cup white granulated sugar
- 2 Tbsp sour cream
- 2 Tbsp heavy whipping cream
- 3/4 cup powdered sugar
- 2 1/2 Tbsp heavy whipping cream
- 10-12 Oreo cookies finely chopped
- Preheat oil in a fryer, dutch oven or a medium sauce pot to 340-350°F. (If using a pot on a stove top, I recommend a medium setting.)
- Beat cream cheese, sugar, sour cream and 2 Tbsp of heavy cream in a bowl for 2-3 minutes. Transfer cheesecake mixture into a piping bag fitted with a pastry filling tip. Set aside.
- Chop Oreo cookies and place them into a wide, shallow bowl. Set aside.
- In another wide and shallow bowl, whisk powder sugar and 2 1/2 tbsp of heavy cream until smooth. Set aside.
- Open the can of refrigerated biscuits and carefully take them apart. Fry biscuits, 2-3 at a time, until golden brown. Flip to the other side and fry until that side is golden brown as well.
- Place some paper towels under a wire rack. Take out cooked doughnuts and place them on the wire rack to cool.
- Let doughnuts cool for a couple of minutes. Then, fill each doughnut with some cheesecake mixture from the piping bag.
- Dip each doughnut top in the glaze first and then, dip them in crushed Oreo cookies.
- Repeat with all the doughnuts.
Nice recipes Lyuba. I’m watching my sweet in-take. Have a great week.
Thank you, Liz, you too!
Marisa Franca @ All Our Way says
I couldn’t trust myself to make them without a bunch of people around. I know I say I don’t like sweets — truly I don’t — I’d rather have salumi or fresh baked bread, cheese, but oh my! These doughnuts would be a temptation. I would say — just one — then I’m afraid I’d go and eat another. The next thing I’d do is sign up for a marathon . . . at my age those pesky calories just don’t want to get used up 🙁 Hope you had a good Easter!!
I completely understand! They were gone the day they were made, with out a doubt! Thank you, Marisa, you too!
Karly Campbell says
I truly believe that donuts cure everything, and these are no exception! I don’t know if I can live without trying these!
Thank you again, Karly! I hope you do 🙂
Lynn | The Road to Honey says
Wow! You must really love movies to sit through them for 5 hours straight. I’m way too fidgety and can barely make it through one.
But these doughnuts. How dreamy are they? Definitely worth the hours I would need to spend on the treadmill after baking up a batch of these beauties.
Thank you, Lynn! They definitely won’t disappoint you!
Kristen Chidsey says
Holy Toledo!! These look incredible. My husband loves oreos, donuts, and cheesecake, so he may be obssessed with these!
Thank you, Kristen! I hope you try them out. Let me know how you guys like them!
OH my goodness, these look sinfully good 🙂 I love that you used a canned biscuit shortcut. I love kitchen shortcuts!
Thank you, Renee!
Megan @ MegUnprocessed.com says
I’ve never tried making homemade donuts before. These look incredible!
Thank you, Megan! Never hurts to try something new 🙂
Nicole Spasiano says
love that the base of these are just biscuits. Makes whipping these up so much easier than from scratch.
I need them!They have my favorite cookies on them
Thank you so much, Nicole! I agree that easy and tasty treats are the best. I hope you’ll try them out!
Yum! They look amazing, but they are definitely not homemade. Donut dough is SO incredibly easy and these would seriously be HEAVENLY if they were truly HOMEMADE.
I called them “easy” simply for this reason, since they are an easy version. You can make them quick and delicious, but if you want, of course, do make them completely homemade. Sometimes I don’t feel like dealing with yeast dough, and that’s why i make this easy version of it. I do agree that homemade is the nicer version.
This Oreo Cheesecake Doughnuts was amazing!!! Thanks for sharing!
Your so welcome, Jessica! I am so glad you liked it!