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Baked Berry Cheesecake

Baked Berry Cheesecake

My favourite cheesecake in the world...ever. 


| Serves: 10  | Prep Time: 20 Minutes  | Cook Time: 40 Minutes  | Total Time: 1 Hour |


  • 8 Digestive Biscuits
  • 50g Melted Butter
  • 600g Full Fat Philly
  • 2 TBSP flour
  • 175g Golden Caster Sugar
  • 2 Eggs, plus 1 yolk
  • 142ml carton Soured Cream
  • 100g Raspberries
  • 100g Blackberries


  • Step 1: Heat the oven to 180C/fan 160C/gas 4. Blitz the biscuits in a food processor (or put in a plastic bag and bash with a rolling pin). Mix with the melted butter. Press into a 20cm spring form tin and bake for 5 minutes, leave to cool.
  • Step 2: Beat the cream cheese with the flour, sugar, eggs, the yolk and soured cream until light and fluffy. Stir in the raspberries and blackberries and pour into the tin. Bake for 40 minutes and then check, it should be set but slightly wobbly in the centre. Leave in the tin to cool.

| Author: Beth Sachs | Date: 19th August 2010 |


  1. Cheesecake would make wonderful comfort food Beth:D

  2. Beth, that cheesecake looks so lush. Defo comfort food!


  3. Berry nice! (Well someone had to say it...)

    Tried swapping the cream cheese for ricotta few weeks ago - never go back now - much lighter. Also you tried caramlising the top like a creme brulee? The finishing touch.

  4. I have been meaning to try this cheecake for ages - it looks lovely. Keep the comfort food coming :)

  5. Looks so smooth and delicious. Berries are a great addition too!

  6. Now this cheesecake looks seriously good Beth!

  7. Wonderful looking cheesecake. I could go a slice right now ;0)

  8. You know I rarely make cheesecake, really need to change that.

  9. Looks delicious. I love baked cheesecake - so much better than fridge versions. The mix of berries looks so pretty. I'd love a slice of this after a hard day at work

  10. WOW! This is absolutely awesome!!I love it with creamy cheese..Yummy!

  11. I love that magazine - the recipes always work
    Your cheesecake is a work of art!

  12. I haven't had cheesecake for too long...yours looks amazing!

  13. Wow, that Cheeseecake looks divine!

    I've really been wondering where you've been. I've linked you up.
    Ps. Cute Babies!

  14. The only thing better than a baked cheesecake is a baked berry cheesecake! It looks so good!

  15. Good, easy to make cheesecake. Not as sweet as I expected. A little grainy. Everybody enjoyed it though!

  16. Good, easy to make cheesecake. Not as sweet as I expected. A little grainy. Everybody enjoyed it though!

  17. Looks delicious. I love baked cheesecake - so much better than fridge versions. The mix of berries looks so pretty. I'd love a slice of this after a hard day at work


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