If you find yourself with a few spare eggs and want to make a very quick and easy dessert…look no further then these Easter Egg Cheesecakes.Continue reading “Easter Egg Cheesecake”
The striking contrast of the crush Oreo base and the creamy white cheesecake is really enticing.Continue reading “Oreo Cheesecake”
I have not only used the biscoff biscuits in the base of this cheesecake, but also the spread in the cheesecake and to adorn the top too! Oh the total biscoff yumminess!Continue reading “Biscoff Cheesecake”
I ran out of biscuits for the base for my cheese cake so I made my oaty base. You can of course use crushed biscuits as normal but this base does add a different dimension to the cheesecake. This base does need cooking but the cheesecake does not. Continue reading “Blueberry Cheesecake”
For this cheese cake I have used oat biscuits, however a digestive is just a good I just like the oatyness.
Spring form tins are easier to get the cheese cake out and you will need one that has sides about 5cm high as this recipe will fill it completely. Continue reading “White Chocolate Cheesecake”
It has taken me quite a while to find and perfect my cheesecakes, when I say perfect…. to make them the way my family and I like them. A while back my mum developed a cough every time she ate shop bought cakes and biscuits. When I stated making cheesecakes it soon became clear that I couldn’t use crushed biscuits for the base or it would result in a lot of suffering. I experimented with various bases and our favourites are a short bread (please see my shortbread recipe) or an oaty crumble base which I have used in this recipe for you. Because I cook the base do allow plenty of time for cooling and refrigerating. Continue reading “Raspberry Cheesecake”