7-Eleven has new Oreo, Toblerone and Daim chocolate cheesecakes

7-Eleven has been generating some buzz lately, and that’s because it recently launched new chocolate cheesecakes that come in Oreo, Toblerone, and Daim flavours. Available at most 7-Eleven outlets, these treats have been flying off the shelves, so much so that we had difficulty finding an outlet that still had some stock for the day.

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Each chocolate cheesecake will set you back $4.20. From now till 30 November 2023, you can also get three of them for $11.90—this is ideal if you want to try all three flavours.

If you’re an Oreo fan just like the rest of us, you’ll love the Oreo Cheesecake. This treat sees velvety cheesecake fused with crunchy Oreo cookie bits. It may be too sugary for some, but those with a sweet tooth should have no issues enjoying the dessert.

Get the Daim Cheesecake for more balanced flavours. Its chocolate layers are crunchy and buttery, and even with the cheesecake, we found this treat neither too sweet nor jelak. Quite a few netizens have even called this their favourite of the bunch.

The Toblerone Cheesecake is the milkiest and nuttiest of the trio. Those layers of milk chocolate and almond nougat you see in the picture above add plenty of flavour and texture to the cheesecake, and will leave you wanting more.

These chocolate cheesecakes are at the peak of their popularity right now, so be sure to snag them while you can! But be warned: you may be disappointed to find that your nearest 7-Eleven had its shelves cleared of this highly sought-after dessert.

For Korean-inspired cakes and other sweet treats, read our Snap Cafe review. For brown butter waffles and black sesame cakes, check out our Rise review.

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Photos taken by Daryl Lim.
This was an independent visit by Eatbook.sg.

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