The mouthwatering fluffy Toblerone cheesecake recipe so simple an eight-year-old child can make it
- An Australian mum has shown off her eight-year-old daughter’s cheesecake
- The youngster has shown an interest in cooking recently, her mum said
- She made the no-bake Toblerone cheesecake under the guidance of her mum
An Australian mum has proudly shared her eight-year-old daughter’s Toblerone cheesecake recipe and says it earned a 10/10 in her house.
The mum shared the picture of the delicious-looking chocolate cheesecake online to mark the youngster’s achievement.
‘She has been showing a lot of interest in cooking so here is our recipe,’ the mum said, sharing it online.
The recipe calls for cookies, almonds, caster sugar and 540grams of Toblerone chocolate.
An Australian mum has proudly shared her eight-year-old daughter’s Toblerone cheesecake recipe and says it earned a 10/10 in her house
The no-bake cheesecake also needs 750 grams of cream cheese, butter, cream and gelatin.
The mum said her daughter started by crushing the biscuits and almonds in a food processor until they were smooth – she then added the melted butter and mixed.
This biscuit mixture served as the base for the decadent dessert and was left to set in the freezer.
She then combined cheese and sugar in the food processor before adding the chocolate which had been melted in the microwave.
The mum shared the picture of the delicious-looking chocolate cheesecake online to mark the youngster’s achievement
‘She has been showing a lot of interest in cooking so here is our recipe,’ the mum said, sharing it online
The chocolate mixture is then spooned into the base and left to set in the fridge for 12 hours.
‘It’s so delicious,’ the woman said.
The young girl, who made the dessert, gave herself a full score for her efforts.
How can I make Toblerone cheesecake at home?
1.5 pack of butternut snap cookies
125 grams of almond
150 grams of caster sugar
1.5 packs of Toblerone 360 gram ones -400 grams for cake and rest for decorations
80grams of melted butter
3 packs of Philadelphia cheese 750 grams
250 ml cream
3 dessert spoon of gelatin
Crush the butternut biscuits and almonds in food processor until smooth then add melted butter mix until all mixed.
Line the 32 cm cake tin with baking paper and margarine.
Press the biscuit mix on bottom of the tin, then up the sides. Put it in freezer to set for 20 minutes.
Then put the cream cheese and sugar in the food processor and mix well, add cream and mix until it is smooth.
Combine 1/4 cup of cold water with the gelatin mix it so it doesn’t lump then add the little hot water, mix until dissolved – then add to the cheese mix.
Melt the Toblerone in microwave slowly, for 55 seconds, repeat if needed.
Mix with a spatula, make sure it’s not too hot then add the cheese mix until the chocolate is covered. Then pour the chocolate mix on biscuit base and grate more Toblerone on top.
Cover with plastic wrap and let it set for 12 hours in the fridge.
Cheesecakes appear to be a popular dish for children who are interested in learning how to make decadent desserts.
A proud Australian mum has revealed how her 11-year-old daughter made her a delicious Caramilk birthday cheesecake – after finding an easy-to-follow recipe online.
The mum posted photos of the finished product on Facebook, with many unable to believe the beautifully presented cake was made by a child.
She was proud of her daughter for following the recipe on ‘mostly’ her own, but admitted the Caramilk icing never made it to the cake as it had separated.
A ‘proud’ Australian mum has revealed how her 11-year-old daughter made her a delicious birthday cake – after finding an easy-to-follow Caramilk cheesecake recipe online
‘Of course mumma bear helped, but she was so very sweet and independent,’ the mother wrote.
‘It was demolished as it was so divine that most went back for seconds,’ she said.
The top of the cake was artfully decorated by the youngster with fresh fruit.
‘When making the Caramilk cream, it was left whipping unattended for too long and started to separate so we didn’t use it,’ the girl’s mum said.
The cake was made by the 11-year-old with an ‘easy to follow recipe’ and ‘a little help from mum’
The cake is made in three parts, the base, filling and cream icing which the 11-year-old didn’t use, opting for fruit instead
The cake can be made two days before it is to be served, according to the recipe and calls for Nice biscuits, butter, coconut, Caramilk chocolate, Caramilk cream cheese, regular cream cheese, brown sugar, vanilla, sour cream, eggs and thickened cream.
It is made in three parts – the base, filling and icing. And is completed in just seven steps, according to the popular recipe.
People marveled at the young girl’s cake and said it ‘looked professional’.