Scribe's quadruple chocolate cheesecake

Yield: 1 Servings

Measure Ingredient
2 cups Crushed Oreos (do NOT use Hydrox) (up to 2-1/4)
6 tablespoons Melted butter
3 packs Cream cheese
1 can Sweetened condensed milk
4 \N Eggs
8 ounces Semi-sweet Baker's chocolate, melted
2 teaspoons Vanilla
1 \N Bag mini chips
\N \N The best gourmet ice cream fudge topping you can get in your area, warmed

Mixed crushed oreos with melted butter. Press to sides of springform, making sure that the top edge is very level, high, and smooth.

Whip cream cheese until soft. Beat in eggs and vanilla. Slowly add condensed milk. Beat in melted chocolate, be sure to scrape the sides and bottom of bowl until entirely mixed, or you'll get white streaks in your cheesecake. Pour into prepared springform. Lick bowl and beaters.

VARIATION: pour half the cheesecake batter into springform, then add a layer of halved oreos, and then pour remaining batter on top.

Bake at 300 degrees for approximately 1 hour 10 minutes, or until set. This seems to vary widely from oven to oven, so keep a close eye on it. Remove from oven and cover with plastic wrap (this is important, it MUST be plastic wrap so the top of the cheesecake softens). Immediately put in refrigerator to chill.

Remove plastic wrap from thoroughly chilled cheesecake and pat top with paper towel. Pour mini chips over top and press firmly into cheesecake. You should not be able to see ANY cheesecake when you're done. Carefully remove springform in front of gasping guests. Admire your work of art. Gorgeous, ain't it? Determine it's too pretty to cut, and put back in refrigerator.

Remove from refrigerator when angry guests start searching for your butcher knives. Reluctantly slice thinly (trust me, you can't eat much of this stuff), and drizzle warm fudge in a very thin crisscross pattern over slice, allowing it to pool slightly on one side of plate. Sit back, wait for the guys to start fighting over you, and smugly smile at the deadly evil looks from the women. Posted to TNT - Prodigy's Recipe Exchange Newsletter by LdyGreyhnd@... on Apr 6, 1997

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