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No-Bake Oreo Mint Cheesecake Bars

Mint, chocolate, and confectioner’s sugar help to make these delightful Oreo mint cheesecake bars a special treat.

And best of all, they are my favorite type bar recipes – no baking is needed.  Just make them and forget about them for a few hours and they’ll be done.

If you like all sorts of cheesecake recipes, you will just love these decadent bars. Take them to a bake sale or pot luck dinner and just watch them disappear!

You just make the crust first and let it set and then combine the ingredients for the topping and put in the fridge until set.

These no bake Oreo mint cheese cake bars have a delightful fresh mint taste -

No-Bake Oreo Mint Cheesecake Bars

Using Oreo cookies in dessert recipes means that you get a lot of flavor without too much effort on  your part. Check out my Oreo bonbons for another tasty recipe.

The Oreo mint cheesecake bars are very tasty.  The Andes mints give them a creme de menthe flavor and the cream cheese makes the recipe similar to a cheesecake bar.

ingredientsAssemble your ingredients – Confectioner’s sugar, reduced fat cream cheese, unsalted butter, Andes creme de menthe mints, Skim milk,  Cool mint Oreo cookies, chocolate chips and food coloring (optional.)

Cool mint oreos in blender

Break up the Oreo cookies and put them in a food processor.

oreo cookie crumbs

Pulse for a few seconds until the cookies become crumbs. It is hard to believe this mixture started out the color above!

crumbs and butterMix half of the softened butter (don’t melt it) with the crumbs for the base of the bars.

base of the barsLine a 9 x 11″ baking pan with foil and press the crumb mixture into the pan and place in the fridge to set until it is firm.

cheesecake mixtureCombine the confectioner’s sugar, the remaining butter, skim milk and broken up Andes mints with the cream cheese.

Beat on medium speed of the mixer until well combined.

It will look similar to frosting with some chunks of the mints in it.  Add a few drops of green gel food coloring if you want more of a green color.  (optional)

creamy mixture for barsSpread the cream cheese and sugar mixture on the cookie base.

Chocolate topping.Melt the chocolate chips and drizzle it over the top of the bars and put in the fridge to set.  It will need to chill at least two hours.

No bake oreo mint cheesecake bars

Remove and cut the no bake Oreo mint cheesecake into pieces and serve. And stand back and wait for the compliments!

No bake Oreo Mint Cheesecake bars

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No bake Oreo Mint Cheesecake bars

Yield: 20

No-Bake Mint Oreo Bars

No-Bake Mint Oreo Bars
Prep Time 2 hours 30 minutes
Total Time 2 hours 30 minutes


  • 1 3/4 cups finely crushed Cool Mint Oreos (approx. 25)
  • 1 cup unsalted butter, softened to room temperature, but not melted
  • 3 3/4 cups confectioner's sugar
  • 12 Andes creme de menthe mints - broken into pieces
  • 2 Tbsp skim milk
  • 1 block of reduced fat cream cheese
  • 1/3 cup chocolate chips, melted
  • a few drops of green food coloring (optional)


  • Combine the cookie crumbs and half of the softened butter in medium bowl. Mix well.
  • Press firmly on to bottom of and ungreased 9 x 11 inch baking pan and refrigerate until the crust is firm.
  • Combine the confectioner's sugar, the remaining butter, skim milk, cream cheeseand Andes mints in mixing bowl.
  • Beat at medium speed until the mixture is light and fluffy ( it should resemble frosting.) Add the food coloring to get the color you like (optional) Spread over the crust.
  • Drizzle melted chocolate over crust and refrigerate until firm, about 2 hours.
  • Cut into bars and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
  • (adapted from The Great American Cookie Cookbook’s Citrus Cream Bars recipe)

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