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Milky Bar Cheesecake



24 portion(s)

Milky Bar Cheesecake

  • 250 grams Scotch finger biscuits
  • 125 grams Butter
  • 1 tablespoons Gelatine powder
  • 125 grams Boiling water, boil the jug
  • 500 grams cream cheese, Room Temperature
  • 70 grams caster sugar, or mill raw sugar 3secs/speed 9
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 2 x 180 gram Blocks of Milky Bar Chocolate
  • 300 grams cream
  • 6
    4h 15min
    Preparation 15min
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9

Recipe's preparation

  1. Grease & Line Slice tin (20cm x 30cm)
    Crush biscuits 6 secs/speed 6 - set aside in a bowl
    Add butter, melt 3 mins/70 degrees/ Speed 2
    Add biscuits & mix 10 secs/speed 3
    Scrape down side of bowl. Press biscuit mix into tin.
    Place in fridge whilst you make cheesecake.
    Wash & dry bowl thoroughly or if you have 2 bowls this is where the 2 bowls will come in handy.
    Boil jug, put the 125g boiling water into a jug and sprinkle Gelatine on top, whisk with a fork to dissolve. Set aside.
    Put chocolate broken into peice in a very dry bowl (any sign of water will sieze the chocolate). Chop chocolate 10 secs/ speed 9.
    Scrape down bowl & melt 5 mins/50 degrees/speed 1
    Scrape down, melt 2 mins/50 degrees/ speed 1
    Set aside
    add cream cheese, sugar & vanilla extract to bowl, mix 20 sec/speed 4. Scrape down sides mix 45 secs/ speed 2, whilst this is mixing slowly add cooled gelatine mix then chocolate and cream. Scrape down bowl & mix further 20 secs /speed 3 if it is required.
    Pour cheesecake mix onto biscuit base & set in fridge for 4 hours or more.
    Cut into mini portions to resemble chocolate blocks & serve.

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This cheesecake isn't too sweet. Could serve with fresh berries.

I made these in a mini loave tin, lined them with baking paper & followed method. This made mini cheesecake loave which I cut in half.

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