Cheesecake by Hannah Miles

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  • Strawberry and cream cheesecake

    • Astrid5555 on June 20, 2013

      Not enough strawberry taste despite topping the cake with sliced strawberries. Substituted crème fraîche for clotted cream as suggested. Will not make again.

  • Rose and cardamom cheesecake

    • Nicblue on June 26, 2013

      Must try

  • Rocky road cheesecake

    • Hannaha100 on November 09, 2016

      Made so many changes to this I wasn't sure it would work but thankfully it did. Made 24 mini cheesecakes, half with dairy and half dairy free. Plenty of cheesecake mixture left over, could have made more. Subbed agar agar flakes for gelatine (2 tbsp) and vegan margarine for butter (would reduce the amount next time) and used dairy-free chocolate. For dairy free half used soy cheese spread and violife creamy (coconut) spread with 3tsp cocoa powder and single soy cream. Vegan fudge from coconut oil, maple syrup and cacao powder (tasty but soft/melty). Skipped the nuts but other toppings worked well. Overall, quite a fiddly recipe, just about worth it for a special occasion but wouldn't rush to make it again. Froze well.

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  • ISBN 10 1849753520
  • ISBN 13 9781849753524
  • Published Mar 14 2013
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 144
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Ryland, Peters & Small Ltd
  • Imprint Ryland, Peters & Small Ltd

Publishers Text

Cheesecakes are one of the oldest desserts in existence, traceable back to ancient Greece, where they were served to the Olympic athletes. And it's no wonder they have been around so long! Simple to make and undeniably irresistible, Cheesecake celebrates this most beloved of desserts. A chapter on the Classics includes simple Baked Vanilla, Raspberry Ripple and Chocolate Chip cheesecakes. Whatever the time of year, Fruity cheesecakes are the best way to enjoy whatever is in season; try Strawberry and Clotted Cream, Pink Rhubarb or Bananas Foster. For those with the most incurable of sweet tooths, Candy Bar cheesecakes are packed with your favourite confections - from peanut brittle to candied maple pecans - while Gourmet recipes add a touch of contemporary sophistication, including Salted Honey and Creme Brulee varieties. Party cheesecakes offer truly original ideas for brightening any occasion, from pretty Trifle Cheesecakes in glass jars to irresistible Cheesecake Pops! And finally, International skips over the globe to bring you cheesecakes in flavours such as Japanese Cherry Blossom and Italian Tiramisu.

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