FAST – Chocolate Almond Cheesecake

Ratings:

Philly Cream Cheese Classic Cheesecake   ❤❤❤❤♡

Chocolate Almond Duncan Hines Flavor pack  ❤❤❤❤❤

Oreo Pie Shell ❤❤❤♡♡

 

I decided to experiment with Christmas Dessert.  I knew that trying to open presents, eat breakfast, get the little guy ready and make the desserts I would be pressed for time.  So when I was at the store I noticed that Philly Cream Cheese has a new product, ready to eat Classic Cheesecake in a tub.  All you have to do is stir, spread into a pre-made graham cracker shell and serve.  WOW so easy.  Then while I was in the baking aisle I noticed that Duncan Hines has a new icing where you can mix together flavors into the containers of Flavor Starter icing.  I calculated the oz in the icing container and the tub of cheese cake and viola I made a delicious creation.

INGREDIANTS:

1 container – Philly Cream Cheese Classic Cheesecake

3 packets – Chocolate Almond Duncan Hines Flavor pack

1 – Pre-made Oreo Pie Shell

1/4 cup melted semi sweet chocolate chips

DIRECTIONS:

Melt the Chocolate chips in 20 – 30 second intervals (this will keep the chocolate from burning) in the microwave.  then set aside.

Open the container of cheesecake filling and split half into a large mixing bowl.  Mix 1 packet at a time.  At first it will look like it wont mix in but keep at it because it will start to blend very well.

Add half of the remaining cheesecake mix to the large mixing bowl and add one more packet and repeat

Add the remaining cheesecake mix into the large mixing bowl and add the last flavor packet.

Once that is all blended together smoothly add the melted chocolate and stir until it breaks up into little flakes in the mixture.

Spread into the Oreo shell and it is ready to serve.

** I recommend putting it in the fridge for a couple of hours before serving to help set everything together.

Everyone in the family loved this creation and I loved how easy it was to mix everything together.  This dessert would also be a wonderful last minute “oops I forgot the dessert” creation.

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