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This recipe is classed as easy

Rating 3.78 / 5 (138 votes)

Prep time:
25 min, plus chilling
Cook time:
5 min
Serves:
Makes 1 x 24cm cake

Sue Lawrence's naughty no-cook cheesecake has a smooth cream cheese topping flecked with chewy chunks of fudge, piled on an oaty biscuit base

Method

1. Lightly butter a 24cm springform cake tin.

2. Make the base by combining the biscuits and butter and pressing into the base of the tin.

3. Beat the cream cheese until soft.

4. Grate 250g of the fudge (I use my food processor) and tip into the cream cheese. Combine gently - folding in slowly - with the cream.

5. Chop the remaining 50g fudge and scatter over the biscuit base.

6. Spoon the cream mixture over the top and cover. Chill for at least 6 hours (24 hours if possible) before carefully decanting and serving in wedges.


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Latest Comment

 

Best cheese cake ever! Should be eaten at any and every occasion

LouiseR65205 LouiseR65205  Posted 07 Apr 2013 9:48 PM
 


kylieP3647 kylieP3647  Posted 11 Feb 2013 9:12 PM
 

so good make it all the time,xxxx

kylieP3647 kylieP3647  Posted 11 Feb 2013 9:11 PM
 

Great recipe, but I agree, up the soft cheese in proportion to thwe cream - which needs to be whipped more than lightly. I also prefer a little more biscuit base with more butter - it didn't hold together very well.

BarbaraC76840 BarbaraC76840 Posted 04 Dec 2010 4:09 PM
 

Thanks for the comments, the fudge has now been added to the ingredient list.

Celia Good Food Celia Good Food Posted 24 Nov 2010 9:15 AM
 

If you google this recipe it says you need - 300g/10 oz Orkney Fudge (or Shetland Fudge which comes in different flavours)

DawnE9036 DawnE9036 Posted 24 Nov 2010 7:58 AM
 

No fudge is mentioned in the ingredients, can any type be used?

kittikat kittikat Posted 05 Aug 2010 4:09 PM
 

i do add also this no bake cheese cake of some blackberry on top.

beaA49597 beaA49597 Posted 30 May 2010 4:35 AM
 

i do add also this no bake cheese cake of some blackberry on top.

beaA49597 beaA49597 Posted 30 May 2010 4:35 AM
 

I took Susan's advice and used her measurements and the cheesecake was perfect even though I used a 22cm tin instead of a 24cm tin. I made it well in advance and chilled it for 24 hours in the fridge. Tasted surprisingly light. Not too sweet. No leftovers; everyone loved it.

MaryM1379 MaryM1379 Posted 26 Feb 2010 12:15 AM
 

I have made this recipe for the first time, i have adapted it slightly after reading some of the comments, i used 440g of mascapone & 400ml of double cream, also only 250g of fudge, a little tip, put the fudge in the freezer it makes it easier to grate, all the family loved it, even my husband and he don't do puddings.....TRY IT......YUMMY....

susanH25816 susanH25816 Posted 25 Aug 2009 11:18 AM
 

i've made this cheescake as the recipie says and have been asked a few times to make it again.

victoriaW17237 victoriaW17237 Posted 21 Aug 2009 8:36 AM
 

I have this recipe printed out from sometime ago, its 300g of fudge. I have made this cheesecake quite a few times, and its always been a hit and is often requested! I use 500ml of double cream, and it still works. I always make the day before to make sure it sets. Ignore the bad reviews...its a fantastic cheesecake! I would rate this 5/5!!

Lotty1972 Lotty1972 Posted 11 Aug 2009 10:46 PM
 

Rubbish - a complete waste of money, as not enough guidance, don't follow this recipe, the mixture won't be thick enough and will collapse. I would recommend using less cream (400ml) and more cream cheese (400g) and also whipping the cream a lot more than lightly, so it is quite thick. Someone should really vet this website and the recipes more.

benO49705 benO49705 Posted 09 Aug 2009 12:01 AM
 

i think 3 and a half because it does not look to bad

Anonymous Anonymous Posted 25 Jun 2009 12:44 PM
 

What fudge, home made or shop bought? no mention of if in the ingredients so can't rate it

Anonymous Anonymous Posted 24 Jun 2009 6:58 AM
 

For such an easy cheesecake this gave me the most compliments I have had for one ! It is delicious and so light as to make you think it is sin free....

CarolynH96050 CarolynH96050 Posted 17 Apr 2009 11:58 AM
 

Make this with homemade tablet. Family love it. Many of Sue's Scottish recipes are superb.

nell55 nell55 Posted 10 Jan 2009 2:34 PM
 

Superb recipe, make it with my own homemade tablet. Family love it. Sue's books contain some great scottish recipes.

nell55 nell55 Posted 10 Jan 2009 2:29 PM
 

I tried this cheesecake in Julias Cafe and Bistro in Stromness, Orkney and I loved it so went to find the recipe on the internet!!!

"sandman Posted 04 Aug 2008 9:50 PM