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Irish Cream No Bake Cheesecake — so easy to prepare, rich, decadent and low in fat!
1. Place the Oreo cookies (cream removed) into a food processor and crush into crumbs. Or you can also place them in a freezer bag and crush with a rolling pin. Divide the crumbs evenly amongst six individual serving dishes and push the crumbs down to form a crust. Spoon a little bit of the melted butter over the crumbs in each dish. Try to cover as much of the crumbs as possible.
2. Place the chocolate chips in a large microwave-safe bowl. Melt them in the microwave (do this for 30 seconds at a time and make sure to stir between each 30 second increment). Add the cream cheese into the melted chocolate and beat until smooth using an electric mixer. Stir in the vanilla and Baileys. Fold in the whipped topping until well-blended.
3.Pipe or spoon the mixture evenly amongst the serving dishes. Cover and refrigerate for at least two hours.
4. Add toppings, if desired. Suggested toppings: whipped topping, nuts, sprinkles, caramel, etc.
You can adjust the fat in this recipe by using regular, reduced fat, or fat-free cream cheese. Same goes for the whipped topping!
Recipe adapted from: My Baking Addiction
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