September 16, 2008

Success! Cheesecake Slice!

I successfully made up a cheesecake slice recipe! This got the thumbs up at our father's day get together. Yay!

White Chocolate Cheesecake Slice with Milk Chocolate Swirls


180g (approx.) Crushed biscuits (I used Arnott's "Nice" biscuits)
100g melted butter

500g Cream cheese
250g white chocolate, melted
1 tsp gelatine, dissolved in 1/8 cup boiling water
150g milk chocolate, melted (to swirl on top)

  1. Line a 27cm x 18cm slice tin with baking paper.
  2. Mix melted butter and crushed biscuits together in a bowl, and press firmly into prepared slice tin. Refrigerate until firm.
  3. Beat cream cheese until smooth
  4. Add melted white chocolate and beat until combined
  5. Beat dissolved gelatine and 1/8 cup boiling water into cream cheese mixture.
  6. Pour cream cheese mixture over prepared base and distribute evenly.
  7. Swirl melted milk chocolate throughout cream cheese mixture. (I used a bamboo skewer to do this, but a knife would probably do)
  8. Put in fridge for a couple of hours until set.

Voila! No baking necessary this time!


Laura @ Hungry and Frozen said...

WOW this looks good. Nice one making it up! I am soooo crazy for white chocolate that I'm actually drooling right now looking at that picture :D

Sumara said...

Oh Hayley. Oh my goodness. It's just as well I don't have any spare cash today to go buy ingredients, because if I did I would be holding you personally responsible for my expanding waistline.
I will definitely try this soon, though. Well done coming up with a winner reciipe!

HayleyB said...

Thanks for the lovely comments Laura and Sumara! White chocolate is probably my favourite type of chocolate, so I was extra happy when this turned out how I wanted. So easy as well!

Sumara, expanding waistlines can be justified if you are making the slice for a special event in my opinion! I think my waistline has expanded already....

Rachelle said...

Hello Hayley! Thanks for visiting my blog lately!
I have been wanting to make something cheescake, it's been a while. These look fantastic!!