Home    Subscribe    Contact    Login
Submit your recipes for a share of ad revenue - click 'write for us'

Chocolate Ripple Cheesecake

by Wendy (follow)
Author Wendy Allott littlemissw.wordpress.com
Dessert (130)      Family (72)      Special Occasion (1)     
Several weeks ago my husband made Choc Ripple Cake. As he was eating it he literally groaned and said, "I love Choc Ripple Cake," to which I responded, "We've been together for ten years and you never mentioned that!"

So, for his birthday I decided to combine his two most desired desserts - Cheesecake and Chocolate Ripple Cake - and ended up with this recipe and I have to say...it is just soooooo good.

Preparation Time: 60 minutes
Setting Time: 3 hours
Makes: 8 servings

Ingredients
500g Cream cheese, softened
Two packets of Chocolate Ripple Biscuits or similar
3/4 cup Castor sugar
100g Unsalted butter
2 tsp edible gelatine powder
220g white cooking chocolate
1 cup cream, lightly whipped

Method

Put 1 packet of biscuits into a zip-lock bag and smash with a rolling pin until it resembles chocolate dirt (or what your kids leave across the carpet).





Melt the butter in the microwave and mix it through the biscuit crumbs until it resembles chocolate mud.



Spoon the mixture into a lightly greased 22cm spring-form cake tin. Cover with a piece of baking paper and use your hands to press the mixture into a firm base. Put in the fridge.



Dissolve the gelatine in 1/4 of a cup of boiling water and let cool.

Put the cream cheese and sugar into a large bowl and beat with an electric mixer until fluffy.



Stir in the gelatine until smooth.

Put the chocolate in a microwave-safe dish and zap for 50 - 60 seconds. Stir the chocolate until it melts completely.



Fold the chocolate and cream into the cream cheese mixture until well combined.





Break ten of the remaining biscuits into quarters and drop into the cream cheese mixture. Fold into the mixture.



Pour the cake mixture over the prepared base. Bang the tin to knock out any air bubbles and smooth the top with the back of a wet metal spoon. Put in the fridge for three hours or until set.



Once the cake has set, run a knife around the inside edge of the tin to loosen the cake. Release the spring and lift off the tin. Serve and enjoy the praise.



Categories
#Dessert
#Family
#Special Occasion
I like this Recipe - 7
[ print friendly ]
Share: email  facebook  twitter
More Recipes by Wendy
A great lunchbox filler, this slice is full of healthy fruit and grains and tastes great too! To var...
334 views
A run of hot weather (phew and aren't we feeling it all over Australia at the moment) often means a ...
173 views
A rich and delicious main dish, this is one of my go to recipes when I want something easy but satis...
178 views
Whether the thought of the school year starting fills you with dread or delight, we all have to fa...
308 views
In can be difficult to come up with a side that is both healthy, tasty and adds variety to your even...
164 views
Ok, technically this isn't a recipe but being able to joint a whole chicken is an important skill to...
234 views
view all recipes by Wendy
Articles by Wendy on Other Hubs
These cute baby dragons are made out of socks and clear hair ties
11 likes
Ahoy there me hearties! Every pirate captain needs a hat and if you’re having a pirate themed party ...
4 likes
Making your own gift tags can be a lovely way to personalise a gift
5 likes
If you're anything like me, and despite all the very helpful technology out there, you suddenly find...
10 likes
ID: 6073
[ Submit a Comment ]
Trending Recipes
Why deep fry when you can bake your schnitzel in the oven with excellent results! If you don'...
45052 views
Since my discovery that Lilli Pilli fruits (also known as Riberries) are indeed edible, I have b...
by Lucy
8865 views
Sometimes your average hot dogs can get a little boring
15119 views
A quick and tasty treat, able to be whipped up in a few minutes if the treat stockpile mysterious di...
6058 views
This recipe is one of my Nan's - a total childhood favourite! Preparation Time: 10 minutes C...
8949 views
A gorgeous chocolate mud cake with an orange twist
4013 views
It is so delicious and nutritious, but yet easy to make
1894 views
Light and fluffy Milo flavoured cookies that make a perfect for a lunch box treat
3004 views
Tan slice, I think originates from New Zealand as I could not find it here in Australia
6147 views
Serve these Easy Cheese Sticks with your favourite dips
2674 views
Categories
Dinner (157)
Lunch (140)
Dessert (130)
Healthy (145)
Easy (142)
Quick (90)
Family (72)
Snack (110)
Baking (86)
Chicken (79)
Treat (74)
Fruit (58)
Vegan (57)
Cake (54)
Salad (53)
Party (44)
Cookie (36)
Raw (36)
Eggs (35)
Kids (34)
Simple (34)
Cheese (32)
Sweet (27)
Toddler (27)
Fish (25)
Pasta (23)
Banana (22)
Biscuit (22)
Lemon (22)
Picnic (20)
Sweets (19)
Apple (18)
Drinks (18)
Snacks (18)
Juice (17)
Egg (17)
Avocado (16)
Soup (15)
Bread (14)
Orange (14)
Slice (14)
Cupcake (14)
Tuna (13)
Jam (12)
 
Copyright 2012-2017 On Topic Media PTY LTD. ABN 18113479226. mobile version