Are you ready for the ultimate cheesecake experience?

This Triple Decker Cheesecake combines the flavors of Oreo, Mocha and New York Cheesecake in one creamy, decadent dessert.

Triple Decker Cheese Cake

Whoaahh…. this is one intense cake!

A crunchy cookie crust underneath a New York Cheesecake, topped by a Mocha Cheesecake, topped by an Oreo Cheesecake plus a chocolate crumble topping.

And because this is kind of a very long description, Triple Decker Cheesecake sums it up best.

Three layered cheese cake

This cake is so intensely creamy and full of a variety of my favorite flavors.

But it also is very rich. My husband and I shared the pictured slice of cheesecake and actually almost didn’t finish it. It is very filling and it really doesn’t take much to satisfy you.

We had this three-layered cheesecake at an outlet of The Coffee Bean in Malaysia. It is actually an American coffee chain that was founded in 1963, meaning this is the 50th year in business! But they don’t have any outlets in Canada, so the first time I was introduced to them was in Malaysia of all places.

I still remember walking in for the first time…and it felt like I had found my version of heaven.

The aroma in the air was a perfect combination of freshly ground coffee beans paired with the welcoming sweet scent of chocolate and baked goods.

And then I saw this…

Cake Selection at Coffee Bean

For a cake-head like me, an amazing variety like this was hard to grasp (apologies about the reflections in the picture, which totally doesn’t do this display any justice).

It is probably a little hard to read, so let me list some of the offered options:

Nutty Boston Brownie

Strawberry Shortcake

Warm Chocolate Cake

Apple Crumble

Caramel Macchiato Cake

Hummingbird Cake (I wrote about that one here recently)

Chocolate Fudge Cake

Blueberry Delight


Are you salivating yet…?

It was almost impossible to pick just one. That’s why we came back on several occasions to try a different cake each time.

Triple Layered Cheesecake

Of the ones we tried the Triple Decker Cheesecake was definitely one of the most impressive and decadent cakes.

I was wondering for a while, if this cake would qualify for a recipe post. A triple-layered cheesecake seemed kind of intimidating, but then I found this post by Julia from Dozen Flours. She explains how to bake a three layered cheesecake in detail.

If you have baked a cheesecake in a water bath before, you know the technique already. Just that this time each layer (same batter with different additions) is baked for 20 minutes before the next batter is added.

Julia’s layered cheesecake had different flavors, so I made adjustments to make it an Oreo, Mocha, New York Cheesecake.


*Just as a disclaimer: I was in no way compensated by The Coffee Bean for this post. I simply was super impressed by their product selection.

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8 Responses to Triple Decker Cheesecake

  1. this looks so so good! I adore cheese cake – and this one really takes the cake! :)

  2. Jacquee says:

    OK! I was certain I left a comment form my iPad… Just came back to salivate over this cake and see what ingredients I need and I did not see my comment. Hmmm… Well, I guess you can already tell that I am so feeling this cheesecake – and I am not a big cheesecake lover. I will be trying this in the next little while.

    • Regina says:

      Oh no…so sorry your first comment got lost (it’s also not in the spam folder). Looking forward to a version of yours :D

  3. Layered cheesecakes are the best! Looks delicious :)

  4. You eat a lot of cake, don’t you? Kidding! ;) It looks great and I can tell you that I would have had no problem finishing such a delicious sounding piece of cake. Calories schmalories. :)

    It must kind of stink to not be able to try out your recipes! It’d drive me crazy. When will you be back in Canada?

    • Regina says:

      You got me!! :D
      Well, I have to compensate somehow for not always being able to bake my own treats. So when we find a good source of cake etc. (which isn’t actually all that often) we play catch up.
      We actually quite enjoy our traveling life-style for the time being, although it means sacrificing a lot of baking. There is a visit to Canada planned in the summer but South America is calling our names… :)

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