No Bake Raspberry Cheesecake

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Another extremely simple tutorial for you, this one is great with Valentines Day round the corner! You will need…

Got your ingredients ready?

Put the biscuits in a food bag and crush into crumbs with a rolling pin. Then melt your butter.

Mix the biscuit crumbs with the melted butter, then press into a lined sandwich tin (the recipe fills an 8″ tin).

Melt the jelly in 100ml of boiling water. In a separate jug, whisk the evaporated milk until it has nearly doubled in volume.

Add the cream cheese to the milk and whisk, then whisk in the jelly.

Finally, add in the raspberries (saving a few for garnish) and whisk on a slow speed for a few seconds. Pour over the biscuit mixture and chill for 2 hours – simples!

Enjoy! Jem x

 

  1. Serina
    Serina02-17-2011

    Loved the tutorial. It saved me a hell of a lot of time. Seriously, thanks.

  2. IcedJems
    IcedJems02-17-2011

    No problem Serina, hoped you enjoyed making it! 🙂 x

  3. Lydia
    Lydia01-31-2012

    How would you say is the best way to get this out of a tin, I am sure I can see you have lined with tin foil?

  4. IcedJems
    IcedJems01-31-2012

    Hi Lydia, yes I lined my tin with tin foil as it was quite an old tin! But if you have a newer one with a bottom that drops out it should come out fairly easily by running a knife round the edge! x

  5. macarena
    macarena08-25-2012

    Gelatin powder can be? How much water is needed?? Thank you!

  6. IcedJems
    IcedJems08-25-2012

    Hi, I’ve never used Gelatine Powder in place of jelly so I couldn’t advise you in this case sorry! Always best to follow the instructions on the packet though 🙂 x

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