Friday, 9 August 2013

Chocolate Toblerone Cheesecake

Chocolate Toblerone Cheesecake




 
Recipe source :  Flavours Magazine ( courtesy of La Manila Cake Shop )

My daughter came back home during the Hari Raya break. We spent many happy hours in the kitchen, messing up the kitchen while GL had a great time trying her hands at making some of her favourite goodies she remembers eating during her growing up years.

Chocolate Toblerone cheesecake is among her favourite desserts. 


This is super delicious !

The drawback - it is too rich and fattening



My whole family loves this Toblerone cheesecake.


Ingredients For The Base


1 1/2 cups digestive biscuits, crushed
125g melted butter

For the base, melt the butter and mix evenly with the biscuit. Spoon the mixture into a 23cm tin. Press on to the base with a spoon for a flat even base and then chill.




Ingredients For The Filling


250g cream cheese
75g sugar
2 eggs
1/2 cup sour cream ( I used yoghurt )
100g chopped Toblerone ( I prefer Toblerone in chunky pieces )

1.  Use electric beater to whip cream cheese and sugar till light and creamy. 
2.  Add eggs gradually, beating well after each addition and then, sour cream ( yoghurt ). 
3.  Lastly, fold in the Toblerone chocolate.
4.  Pour cream cheese mixture onto chilled base.
5.  Bake at 160 degree C for 45 minutes.







 I am submitting this post to Baby Sumo of Eat Your Heart Out

This event is linked to Little Thumbs Up 

The ingredient for August is eggs



Little Thumbs Up is organised by Bake For Happy Kids  and My little favourite DIY


I am also linking this post to Cook-Your-Books #3 

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Organized by Joyce of Kitchen Flavours 

 

13 comments:

  1. Doris, cheese and chocolate seems to be one of those food combinations that is much loved by many. Your toberone cheesecake look delish. I'm sure you had a great time bonding with your daughter whilst making this :)

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    1. Hi Grace, Thank you. Yes I had a great time bonding with my daughter!

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  2. I love this toblerone cheescake!!!

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    1. Hi Gloria, Thank you for dropping by

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  3. Hi Doris,
    This does sounds rich! And with toblerone, sounds so yummy!
    Thank you for linking to CYB!

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  4. Doris, this is so super yummy!

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  5. Hi Gloria, Joyce and Phong Hong,
    I agreed this is super yummy! Just need to watch the calories !

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  6. Hi Doris, both me and my mum love rich and fattening cakes like this. Next time, please share with us if you need help finishing it ;) Thanks for linking this to LTU!

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  7. I'm scare on using yogurt to bake anything. I used it to bake cake before and it taste very rubbery. but your cheese cake looks scrumptious. Isn't the texture more on pudding?

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    1. Hi Thea,

      I don't know what exactly you did when you used yogurt to bake cake but yes, the texture of my cheesecake is more pudding-like than cake-like.

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    2. it was muffin cake. but the outcome like rubber cake.... );

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    3. Hi Thea,

      If your cheesecake turned out rubbery, I can only think of two possible reasons. 1) Possibly you over-baked it by leaving it in the oven after switching off the mains. 2) The oven has upper and lower flames and you possibly baked the cheesecake with only the upper flame.

      Hopefully what I highlighted can help you solve your problem.

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