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Old 10-12-2018, 11:02 AM   #1
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White chocolate and strawberry cheese cake

Hi Everyone,

I thought i would share with you, my first cheese cake.

Once again, I had a little help from my mother (I really need to grow up!).

Firstly, I bashed up 250g (8oz) of digestive biscuits and mixed it with 125g (4oz) of butter. I then flattened this all out in a flan dish and put it in the fridge.

Next, I melted 200g (7oz) of white chocolate and mixed it with 1/2 pint of cream and 280g (10oz) of cream cheese.

Then I poured this mixture on to the biscuit (cookie) base and spread it out evenly.

After that, I cut a load of strawberries in half and covered the cheese cake with them.

To finish off, I (my mum) drizzled some more white chocolate over the top.

It was such a simple recipe but I was really pleased with the result and can't wait to show it to my friends at our dinner party tonight!

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Hi Everyone,

I thought i would share with you, my first cheese cake.

Once again, I had a little help from my mother (I really need to grow up!).

Firstly, I bashed up 250g (8oz) of digestive biscuits and mixed it with 125g (4oz) of butter. I then flattened this all out in a flan dish and put it in the fridge.

Next, I melted 200g (7oz) of white chocolate and mixed it with 1/2 pint of cream and 280g (10oz) of cream cheese.

Then I poured this mixture on to the biscuit (cookie) base and spread it out evenly.

After that, I cut a load of strawberries in half and covered the cheese cake with them.

To finish off, I (my mum) drizzled some more white chocolate over the top.

It was such a simple recipe but I was really pleased with the result and can't wait to show it to my friends at our dinner party tonight!

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Nice Job , look's great too.
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Nice Job , look's great too.
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Looks really good! Love white chocolate.
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White chocolate and strawberry cheese cake Hi Everyone, I thought i would share with you, my first cheese cake. Once again, I had a little help from my mother (I really need to grow up!). Firstly, I bashed up 250g (8oz) of digestive biscuits and mixed it with 125g (4oz) of butter. I then flattened this all out in a flan dish and put it in the fridge. Next, I melted 200g (7oz) of white chocolate and mixed it with 1/2 pint of cream and 280g (10oz) of cream cheese. Then I poured this mixture on to the biscuit (cookie) base and spread it out evenly. After that, I cut a load of strawberries in half and covered the cheese cake with them. To finish off, I (my mum) drizzled some more white chocolate over the top. It was such a simple recipe but I was really pleased with the result and can't wait to show it to my friends at our dinner party tonight!:chef: [ATTACH]31803[/ATTACH] 3 stars 1 reviews
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