Malt Chocolate Cheesecake
This delicious dessert, that is always a great success, may be the best cheesecake you have ever made
Simple, easy with no cooking involved and can be easily adapted to your liking. Your guests will think you spent hours preparing. This is a decadent dessert and best served when not on a diet!
A delicious malt chocolate cheesecake that is no bake and takes 1 hour to make and 5 hours to sit.
200g digestive cookies, crushed to crumbs
100g salted butter , melted
5 tbsp extra fine sugar
600g cream cheese
300ml 35% cooking cream
300g white chocolate , melted
200g milk chocolate , melted
2 tbsp malt or Olvatine powder
37g Malted milk balls (ie Maltesers)
- Mix the biscuits, melted butter and 2 tbsp of the sugar
- Press into base of a 22cm loose bottomed round non-stick baking pan
- Chill in refrigerator while preparing the filling
- In one bowl add 300g of cream cheese and 150ml of cooking cream
- Add the white chocolate to one to one bowl and blend well using a hand mixer until smooth
- Clean mixing blades before mixing milk chocolate mixture
- In the second bowl, one bowl add 300g of cream cheese and 150ml of cooking cream (same as the first bowl) then add the milk chocolate, malt and 3 tbsp sugar and blend well using hand mixer
- Spread the milk chocolate mixture evenly into the baking pan. It is recommended to wipe around the edge of the pan to give a clean and smooth edge.
- Gently spread the white chocolate mix over the top and gently smooth.
- Decorate with malted milk balls or chocolate swirl and chill for at least 5 hrs until firm.
- Another option rather than using malted milk balls is to keep a little extra milkchocolate mixture and swirl into the white chocolate top.
- This being a rich dessert for some so be sure to cut into 12-16 slices. Serving smaller slices and serving some fresh berries would be an excellent choice and provide an excellent presentation.
- You may also substitute full fat cream cheese for a light version and also a lighter cream
- You can make extra or freeze leftovers. Freezes very well.