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Marble CheeseCake


This is a Chilled Marble CheeseCake, its a simple yet a real nice dessert. Its a smooth cream cheese with the mix taste of dark chocolate rum and vanilla and a sweet biscuit base. You could prepare it for a Saturday night dessert when have friends coming over for a dinner.


~Chilled Marble Cheese Cake~

I am using Dark Toblerone with almond nougat in this chilled cheese cake... ^^

The base of this cake I am using sweet biscuits. You can use digestive biscuits too.


Base ingredients:
150g digestive biscuits
60g melted butter

Ingredients for the filling:
250g cream cheese
80g castor sugar
1 egg
1 tbsp gelatine powder
2 tbsps water
250ml whipping cream ~ whipped
1 tbsp rum
60g dark chocolate
1 tsp vanilla essence

Method to make base:
1) Finely crush biscuits. Combine with melted butter.
2) Press into a base of 20cm round cake tin. Chilled in fridge for 20 minutes.
Method to make filling:
1) Mix gelatine powder with 2 tbsps water in a bowl. Stand the bowl in hot water until the gelatine dissolved.
2) Beat cream cheese until it is smooth and creamy, set aside.
3) Beat egg and sugar until light and creamy and mix in cream cheese to combine well.
4) Fold in gelatine solution into cheese mixture. Gradually stir in whipped cream.
5) Divide filling into 2 portions. One part add vanilla essence and one part add in rum and melted dark chocolate.
6) Pour vanilla cheese filling over the biscuit base. Then pour in chocolate cheese filling. Carefully swirl both mixture with sharp knife to create the marble effect. Smooth surface and chill in refrigerate until set.
** If you like inside of the cake to have zerba effect you can spoon the both filling alternately until all the filling is used up.
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Comments

  1. 1 tbsp rum=什么是RUM?烘焙有卖吗?

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    1. Janet, rum 是酒。烘焙店因该有卖的。

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