Sunday, 8 May 2016

No Bake Bailey's Cheesecake

I used a no bake recipe I found on the net. but on reading it, it seemed like there was to much liquid for it to set properly as there is no gelatin in it, and I was right. If you like your cheesecake a little bit frozen though the recipe is good otherwise my version  is below with a few adjustments to it, and NOT for the kiddies as it has alcohol in it. This was the original recipe:  no-bake-cheesecake 

 And this is my version:

 What you need:

250 g sweet plain biscuits ( 1 packet. I used scotch fingers, but any chocolate cookie would be great with this)
125 g butter melted
500g cream cheese softened  (2x250g blocks at room temp)
1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence
1/2 cup of Bailey's, (or Irish cream)
2/3 tablespoons of sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 20cm spring form pan
  • 1 wooden spoon 

 What to Do:

1. Process biscuits until finely crushed. Add butter and mix well.
2. Press half of the biscuit mixture into the base of a greased and lined 20 cm spring form tin.
3. Use a glass or spoon to push the remainder of the mixture around the sides of the tin.
4. Refrigerate for 15 minutes.
5. Beat the cream cheese until smooth and creamy.
6. Add the Bailey's and vanilla and beat well.
7. Gradually add the condensed milk, and continue to beat until smooth.
8. Pour into the prepared tin and refrigerate overnight.
9.Decorate it however you like, with fruit, chocolate  etc

NOTES: When adding the condensed milk you may need a little more or less so add it slowly if your mixture is to wet the cheesecake will be to soft when it sets: 

No Bake Bailey's Cheesecake

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