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  • TM 31
published: 2013/10/07
changed: 2013/10/07


Cheesecake Base

  • 250 g Dry Sweet Biscuit, (Nice, Granitas, etc - use what is left in the bottom of your biscuit jar)
  • 70 g salted butter (cold), cubed

Chocolate Cheesecake Filling

  • 1 tsp cacao powder, (Dutch Cacao powder is best)
  • half tsp instant coffee
  • 2 egg yolks
  • 70 g raw sugar
  • 200 g Dark Cooking Chocolate (70% Cocoa is best), (use a good quality cooking chocolate for best results)
  • 500 g Philadelphia cream cheese, (softened)

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Recipe's preparation

    Biscuit Base
  1. Pre-heat oven to 160 degrees.


    Add biscuits and cubed cold butter to Closed lid"Closed lid" and chop 5-10 secs / Sp 7 until a crumble texture.  Lightly butter your springform cake tin and add biscuit mix, press firmly to bottom of tin and a little way up the sides.  Place in fridge to chill whilst you make the cheesecake filling.


    No need to rinse Closed lid"Closed lid" before next step.

  2. Chocolate Cheesecake Filling
  3. Add sugar, cofee, cocoa and chocolate (broken into small pieces) to Closed lid"Closed lid" .  Mill 16 secs / Sp 9.  Melt 2 mins 70 degrees / Sp 3.  Add 250g of cream cheese and cook 1 min / 50 degrees / Sp 4.  Scrape down sides of bowl then add the other 250g of cream cheese and cook 1 min / 50 degrees / Sp 4.  Mix a further 6 secs / Sp 5 until combined.  Add egg yolks and mix 25 secs / Sp 4.


    Remove cheesecake base from fridge and spoon the filling evenly over the top.  Place in pre-heated oven 160 degrees for 30 minutes until firm in the centre.  Allow to cool before placing in fridge.  Leave in fridge for 2hrs approx and serve chilled with your favourite icecream, whipped cream or natural dessert yoghurt.


    This is a very rich dessert and should be enjoyed in moderation....... (if there is such a thing !)

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  • 2. April 2021 - 11:53

    Made this cheesecake was absolutely delicious will definitely be making it again

  • 4. August 2019 - 10:31

    I've made this delicious concoction several times now and it is always a bit hit! Rich but not too sweet, I serve it with freshly whipped cream and raspberries.

  • 27. November 2015 - 08:18

    Forgot to rate!!

  • 27. November 2015 - 08:18

    My husband made this for dessert. Devine! He left out the cacao and it was lovely. Rich - could do with a dollop of cream. Loved it!! Would be awesome served with fresh strawberries

  • 15. February 2015 - 21:24

    I need a moment after reading the recipe! Let alone cooking it. Oh my gosh I'm looking forward to trying this!! Thank you!! 

  • 12. July 2014 - 12:51

    yes very rich and nice in small amounts which makes it go further - thanks for your comments tmrc_emoticons.)

    Aldemor for your Thermo

  • 12. July 2014 - 12:28

    It was very nice, and yes rich.. but yummy. 

  • 20. October 2013 - 15:45

    Hi katepayne, yes I warned you !!  it is indeed a very rich dessert and would love to hear how it goes when you use less of the cacao or chocolate.  Thanks for your feedback. tmrc_emoticons.)

    Aldemor for your Thermo

  • 20. October 2013 - 15:39

    Made this last night for a dinner party. It is VERY rich. When i make it again I think I will omit the cacao, or maybe less chocolate... Thanks for the recipe!

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