No Bake Biscoff Cheesecake
I love biscoff biscuits and the spread so of course it wouldn't be long before I turned them into the ultimate Biscoff Cheesecake.
Dessert, Pudding, Sweet Treats
American, British, International
easy biscoff recipes, No Bake Biscoff Cheesecake
Fridge Setting Time
6 inch lose bottom cake tin
Soft cream cheese
Biscoff Biscuits for decoration
Lightly grease an 6 inch loose base cake tin. (I also added a greaseproof paper circle at the bottom to help it off the base later).
Melt the butter gently in the microwave in short bursts or in a pan on a low heat and then take off the heat, once melted so it doesn't burn.
Crush the Biscoff biscuits in a food processor, or put it in a plastic bag and use a rolling pin to break them up (my preferred method to leave them as a larger crumb).
Put the biscuit crumbs in a bowl and add the melted butter. Stir until all the biscuits are coated in the butter.
Scoop the crumbs into the tin and push down gently to make a hard layer. Place the cake tin in the fridge and leave to harden for 30 minutes while you make the cream layer.
In a bowl cream together the cream cheese and caster sugar until the sugar has dissolved and is well distributed.
Mix in the delicious Biscoff spread.
In a new bowl lightly whip the double cream until it starts to thicken.
Stir the double cream into the cream cheese mixture together.
Remove the cake tin from the fridge and add the cream cheese to the base and put back into the fridge to set for at least an hour. Longer is fine if you want to make it ahead of time for an event.
Remove the cheesecake from the tin and place on a plate.
Whisk the remaining double cream until it starts to thicken. Add a star nozzle to a pipping bag and add the cream. Pipe the cream into swirls on to the cheesecake.
Decorate with a Biscoff biscuit on each swirl of cream and serve while it's still chilled.
If you want to serve this on a warm day keep it inside the fridge or somewhere cool until you need it. Warm weather will make the cream soften.