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No Bake Biscoff Cheesecakes


No Bake Biscoff Cheesecakes
When Magimix got in touch asking if I'd like to develop some recipes using their 4200xl food processor, I obviously said 'YES PLEASE'! I've yearned after a Magimix processor for literally years and when Merv (the kids named him!) turned up on my doorstep, it was love at first sight. The machine's only been in my ownership for 3 days but I already know it's going to become a much used appliance in this house and definitely not one that will be languishing in a dusty cupboard. So far I've grated cheese and sliced cucumber in the midi bowl, I've ground up some whole almonds and made wild garlic pesto in the small bowl. You can also blend soups and smoothies and it even has a dough and whisk attachment! It literally can do everything I could ever wish for and more. Yes, it does have a relatively high price tag (it's currently retailing at £238.99 on Amazon) but for what it can do, in my opinion it's definitely worth it. Magimix also offer a 30 year motor guarantee too, which offers real peace of mind when you're spending your hard earned cash.

The recipe I made to properly test out its functions were these yummy no bake biscoff cheesecakes (we've gone a bit biscoff mad in this house recently). It's hard to believe, but every part of the recipe (apart from melting the butter - although I'm sure they'll come up with a way of doing that one day) was made in the Magimix. I had no idea the Magimix came with a whisk attachment, which meant I didn't have to get a separate bowl and whisk out, to whisk up the double cream to soft peaks. The standard blade did the rest of the work by crushing up the biscuits and then mixing the cheesecake filling. It was also the first time EVER that my three year old didn't cry when I used a food processor. She is incredibly sensitive to loud noises but the Magimix is unbelievably quiet. This is a big added bonus and I later found out that it has been awarded a Quiet Mark stamp of approval!

These no bake biscoff  cheesecakes are so simple to make and such a decadent make ahead dessert, perfect for the summer season. I don't know anyone that would say no to one of these, although a word of warning - they are VERY RICH! You might need a lie down after you've eaten one. I'm really looking forward to road testing the Magimix some more over the next few weeks so keep a look out for more recipes soon!
No Bake Biscoff Cheesecakes

TOP TIPS FOR MAKING NO BAKE BISCOFF CHEESECAKES

  • Instead of making 6 individual cheesecakes you can make 1 x 20cm round cheesecake in a springform tin if you wish.
  • These cheesecakes can be made 3 days ahead of schedule, making it the perfect make-ahead dinner party dessert.
  • To make it ultra decadent, serve the cheesecakes with a big dollop of clotted cream on top.

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No Bake Biscoff Cheesecakes

 NO BAKE BISCOFF CHEESECAKES


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No Bake Biscoff Cheesecakes

prep time: 25 MINScook time: total time: 25 mins
A super easy no bake Biscoff cheesecake using both biscoff spread and lotus biscoff biscuits. All made in my Magimix.

ingredients:


  • 20 Lotus Biscuits
  • 50g Butter, melted
  • 225g Cream Cheese (Full Fat)
  • 200g Biscoff Spread
  • 225ml Double Cream
  • To decorate: 3 Lotus biscuits, halved

instructions:


  1. Place the lotus biscuits in your food processor (I used my Magimix) and pulse until fine breadcrumbs form.
  2. Pour the melted butter through the funnel and continue to pulse until combined.
  3. Spoon the crumbs into 6 ramekins and lightly press down. Chill while you make the cheesecake topping.
  4. Wash out your food processor then using the whisk attachment (Magimix has a whisk attachment - otherwise use an electric handheld whisk) whip the double cream until soft peaks form.
  5. Spoon the cream into a large bowl and set aside, then place the cream cheese and biscoff spread into the large bowl with the blade attachment and process until combined. Fold the mixture into the whipped cream and chill for 30 minutes.
  6. Using a piping bag, pipe the cheesecake mixture onto the biscuit bases before returning to the fridge for a further 30 minutes.  When you're ready to serve, place half a lotus biscuit on top of each cheesecake.


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No Bake Biscoff Cheesecakes
Disclosure: I was sent a Magimix 4200xl in return for this recipe post. All thoughts are my own.
Beth Sachs
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  1. I love these biscuits! What a cracking idea to make them into a cheesecake base :) xo

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  2. Omg i want a Magimix now!!! Just discovered your blog from the recipe of the week linky and noticed you live in Cornwall! That's so cool because I'm actually from Cornwall but don't live there currently. I'm off to follow your social accounts :) P.S I have a world food linky on my blog if you ever want to join in :) It's jesseatsandtravels.com xx

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    2. I love my Magimix. Will check out your linky Jess!

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