Friday, March 18, 2011

How to make a Cheesecake, I mean chocolate, blueberry marble cheese cake~




Preheat oven to 160-170°C

A Cake Tin Prepared.

Bottom: (For the Crust)

Step1:Crush the 90g Biscuits. You can choose any kinds of biscuits you like, Oreos, Digestive Biscuits, chocolate biscuits.
Crush Techniques: plastic Bags + Rolling Pin
Put biscuits into a plastic bag, use rolling pin to roll up and down to crush into crumbs
Step2: Melt the 30g Butter
Step3:Combine crushed Biscuits and melted Butter, Mix well and Press into the Base of a Cake Tin, and chill for about 10 minutes.

Cheesecake (Filling):

Step1: Mix together and Beat the 250g Cream Cheese (Softened) & 60g Sugar in a Bowl, until smooth…

Step2: Mix in an Egg and Blending well, and add another Egg and Blending well. (Tip. Adding Eggs , must one at a time!) (Mixture 1) add Sour cream into the mixture and blend it well.
Step3: Divide the Mixture 1 into two portions by pouring 50g portion into another bowl.
Step4: Melt 25g Dark Chocolate and add in to the 30g remaining Mixture1.(Mixture 2).

Step5: Spread the Cheese Batter (Mixture 1) in to the Bake Base.
Step6: Drop the Chocolate flavored Batter (Mixture 2) by spoonfuls onto the top. Swirl with a Skewer/Toothpick to create a Marbled Effect. you could also choose blackberries to create the marbled top.
Step7: Bake 45-55minutes in the preheated oven, or until filling is set.
Step8: Allow to Cool about 30 minutes and then put into Fridge at least 4 hours before serving.

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  1. wow, it taste rich, excellent. try to make it, you also enjoy the fabulous cheesecake.

  2. haha~thx Shraon~ you always have the very first bite of it~! very happy to have your compliment!~lov u~


  3. I'm a cheesecake lover so I'm definitely going to try this! Thank you for sharing! Wonderful photography!

  4. I m always your loyal audience~

  5. haha~yep!!~ dear Mandy~ thx for your consistent support!~


  6. hehe~hi~Lillagreca~I am a cheesecake-holic as well!~that's great!~Looking forward to your piece of marble cheesecake~! thanks for your support!~I will keep going~!stay tuned~! Your comment will show on my next post -comment section of Cheesecake~ and you will be linked to the homepage of "Dessert.S", and I will put your blog on my "Blog Roll" link~!
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  7. I love marble cheesecake! The color of the surface seems very good. Can't wait for the next pastry.

  8. haha~Thanks Jill~!I know that someone is a absolutely cheese-holic~! I am going to make a classic French dessert this week~ stay tuned!~


  9. Wow, this looks great! I'm making a cheesecake tomorrow, my first time! It's a no bake recipe as our oven is awful for baking.
    I love the idea of blueberries in a cheesecake, might just have to try it out!

  10. @Desidero, so glad you like them~!haha~ its simple making and do notice that this is not a no bake recipes, it needs to be put into oven baking for about 45-55 min (see step 7), but no worries, if you do like a no bake recipe, I suggest the Italian "Tiramisu" for you!~ some of my friends tried it and give it a tumb-up~ its really simple and you could decorate by blueberries, strawberries or even yoghurt ~ I recommend that for you, try it out~!haha,xx