Wednesday, August 06, 2008

No-bake Chocolate+Banana Cheesecake

This was done for a masak-masak challenge. I married a couple of recipes and made some changes to them and this is what i made ;-)






Crust
Ingredients
200g crushed digestive
120g butter, melted
1-2T sugar (you can omit this if you don't like sweet)

Method
1. Combine the digestive crumbs and sugar
2. Add melted butter and blend well
3. Press onto the bottom and up the sides of an lined 9inch springform pan or a pie plate and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes


Filling
Ingredients
250g cream cheese
1/2C sweetened condensed milk (you can add more if you like sweet)
100g whipped cream (you can use frozen whipped cream too)
1T gelatine
2T water
1-2 bananas, sliced (more if you like)
70g dark chocolate
70g dairy/non-dairy cream

Method
1. Heat up dairy/non-dairy cream, add dark chocolate, stir to melt it and put aside
2. Soak gelatine in 2T of water till it blooms and heat it up in the microwave to dissolve it, put aside
3. Beat cream cheese until fluffy then add add condensed milk, blend it well
4. Fold in whipped topping, add gelatine and gently fold it in
5. Take the crust out of the refrigerator and pour chocolate mixture and spread it to cover the crust
6. Arrange banana slices over the chocolate
7. Pour the cream cheese mixture over and chill till firm

Enjoy !

10 comments:

Ms. _______ 2 be ! said...

No bake...thats wonderful!

Anonymous said...

Hi Zu,

Can I know what does your 2T stands for in your recipe? Is it teaspoon or tablespoon. Thanks.

Zurynee said...

2T stands for tablespoon.

Vangie said...

May i know what does the C in "1/2C sweetened condensed milk " stands for? half cup?

Zurynee said...

hi vangie,

Yes C stands for cup. 1/2 C is half cup

Vangie said...

Thank you :)

Anonymous said...

My husband and i did this yesterday for our guests tonight and it was fantastic! Thanks for sharing your recipe :-)

Zurynee said...

You are welcome anonymous. Glad it worked for you :-)

Anonymous said...

Hiya,

was just wondering can i make this recepie without the geltine? will it make a big differenece?

many thanks x

Zurynee said...

Hi anonymous,

You can omit the gelatine but it will not hold well at room temperature unless your place is cold :-)

Zu