This is one of my favourite cakes to make and a serious crowd pleaser to say the least! Doesn’t matter what age you are, everyone LOVES it whether it’s for a dinner party, a birthday or just a random mid-week treat to spoil yourselves on these dark evenings! It’s so easy too, so I want to share this recipe with you all!
You can half the all the ingredients for the cheesecake part of the mixture if you’d like a smaller size cake!I wouldn’t half the biscuit base ingredients though,I’d keep these the same.
All you need is 5 twin kinder beuno bars.
1. Melt butter and crush biscuits in plastic bag using a rolling pin. Oil a springclip tin where the base can come away from the sides with a bit of sunflower oil.
2. Add crushed biscuits to the melted butter and mix. Put in base of tin and make sure its tightly compressed together by using the back of a spoon.
3. Whip Philadelphia with electric whisk. In a separate bowl, whip the the cream.Add the icing sugar to the whipped philadelphia and fold in whipped cream.
4. Roughly crush kinder beuno’s in a bowl and melt in microwave on low setting and stir every 30 seconds. The crunchy wafer bits will be left and chocolate will have melted.
5. Add to cheesecake mixture, and fold together until well combined
6. Pour onto biscuit base and leave in fridge to set for about 6 hours or preferably overnight!
7. Enjoy your Kinder Bueno cheesecake!
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I made this cake a couple of weeks ago for my Dad's birthday. He is a massive walnut whip fan, and each year I always buy him a walnut whip for his birthday. So this year, I thought I would go a step further, and try and make a cake inspired by the classic treat! For this cake, I used a lovely moist chocolate fudge cake recipe, made marshmallow icing for the filling, covered the cake in chocolate buttercream and then decorated it with crushed walnuts. Definitely a few steps to complete, but well worth it for a really delicious celebration cake!
So here's how to make it:
175g Self raising flour
2 Tbsp Cocoa Powder
1 Tsp Bicarbonate soda
150g Caster sugar
2 Eggs Beaten
150 ml (1/4 pint) Sunflower oil
150 ml (1/4 pint) Semi skimmed milk
2 Tbsp Golden syrup
200g of caster sugar
4 egg whites, room temperature
1/3 cup of water
½ teaspoon cream of tartar
1 teaspoon vanilla
For the Icing:
75g Unsalted butter
175g Icing Sugar
3 Tbsp Cocoa Powder
Drop of Milk
200g crushed walnuts
1 Walnut Whip