Thursday, June 26, 2014

No-Bake Raspberry White Choc TimTam Cheesecake

Individual Cheesecake


Individual  Cheesecake



TimTam, the iconic Aussie bikkie (Australia slang for biscuit) remains Australia's favourite chocolate biscuit. Early March this year, Adriano Zumbo, the famous Australian pâtissier has created a limited editioin of TimTam range in celebration of Arnott's 50th year anniversary.  One of them is the Raspberry White Choc which I am using to make this delectable cheesecake.  


Ingredients:  (Makes 7 individual cheesecakes)

Crust:
130g Choc Ripple biscuits or any biscuit of your choice
45 butter, melted 

  • Line muffin pan with paper liners.
  • Process biscuits in a food processor; add the melted butter and mix to combine.
  • Spoon biscuit crumbs into paper liners and press crumbs firmly over  the base of the liners to form a crust. Chill in the fridge while preparing the filling.

Filling:
125g cream cheese, softened
30g icing sugar

50g Greek yogurt
125g thickened cream, chilled
5g gelatine powder + 40g water
3 raspberry white choc TimTam biscuits, chopped coarsely (60g) + 1 extra for topping


  • Fill a small heatproof bowl with 40g cold water.  Sprinkle gelatin powder evenly over water to keep lumps from forming.  Set it aside for a few minutes until it blooms.  Then place the bowl in a hot water bath until it becomes translucent. Ensure that all the gelatin granules have dissolved.  Set aside and let it cool to room temperature.
  • Beat thickened cream until soft peaks form.  Set aside.
  • In a medium mixing bowl, beat cream cheese with icing sugar until smooth.  Add in yogurt, beating well to combine.  Pour in gelatin mixture and beat to combine.
  • Using a spatula, fold in whipped cream and chopped TimTam.  
  • Pour cream cheese mixture into the lined muffin pan and sprinkle extra chopped TimTam on top.
  • Chill the cheesecake overnight in the refrigerator.




14 comments:

  1. Hi Veronica! I love the idea of making cheesecake in cupcake form. Too bad we don't have this special edition Tim Tam here.

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    1. Hi PH, it is much more convenient to serve individual cheesecakes, don't you think? You can use other flavour of TimTam and I am sure they are equally good.

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    2. i hv not even seen tim tam at my place here ...suaku hor? :)

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  2. Hi Veronica
    I know Im going to love this dessert. You know why? Because you used my favourite biscuits here. Sad.. as I can buy these two types of biscuits to indulge when Im craving for it. I think it is so lovely to have the raspberries white choc crumble and put some as topping.

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    1. Hi Mel, try other flavour of TimTam. I think I am going to try Choc Orange next.

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  3. Hi Veronica, my blow viewing from the dashboard is back to normal today, how about your? No matter is No-bake or baked cheesecake is very popular in my house. Your mini cheesecakes look very colourful & attractive!

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    1. Hi Jessie, my dashboard is back to normal since last night. Enjoy your break!

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  4. Wow, this is beautiful! I love the colors, a perfect dessert for the hot weather that we are experiencing!

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  5. Wow, I love the first picture. Tim Tam is also one of my favourite choc biscuits.

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  6. Hi Veronica, Your cheesecake looks so pretty. Hope I can find the raspberry Tim Tam here :D

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  7. OMG... This looks extremely yummy. I am salivating here. I love Tim Tam too and raspberry flavoured should be even merrier. nom.nom... Wish I can have a piece too.
    Enjoy & have a great weekend.
    Blessings, Kristy

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  8. That's one of my favourite flavour combos! What a delicious treat! :D

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  9. Veronica, the cheesecake is so pretty!!!

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  10. Mini is always good..esp. when comes to portion control. These cheesecakes look very tempting.

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