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Recipe: lemon cheesecake bites

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Cheesecake is one of those classic dinner party staples – creamy, delicious and can be decorated with all manner of toppings to create a beautiful centrepiece. When running short of time, this cheat’s version gives you all the flavour, with minimal effort.

Tips

  • Thin biscuits tend to go soggy quickly, so prepare these cheesecake bites just before serving.
  • Use different flavoured biscuits to vary your end result – a coconut or ginger biscuit makes for a nice change. Or keep your biscuits plain and vary the type of fruit curd you use – lime, raspberry, passionfruit, orange, or even grapefruit makes a nice alternative.
  • Change the shape of piping nozzle you use and get creative with the decorating process.
  • If you don’t want to buy piping bags, you can make your own with basic items from your kitchen.

If you like this recipe, try making this super quick and easy no-bake berry cheesecake.


Lemon cheesecake bites

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Preparation Time15 MINUTES

Cooking Time MINUTES

Resting Time MINUTES

Serves20

LevelEasy


ingredients

250g (1 cup) cream cheese

1 heaped tbsp ricotta

 

100g (½ cup) lemon curd

20 thin biscuits

Equipment

Piping bags and nozzles

1

Beat the cream cheese and ricotta together.

2

Place in a piping bag with fluted nozzle attached.

3

Pour the lemon curd into a separate piping bag.

4

Pipe the cream cheese mix onto the biscuit, followed by the lemon curd.

5

Eat immediately.

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Preparation Time15 MINUTES

Cooking Time MINUTES

Resting Time MINUTES

Serves20

LevelEasy


ingredients

250g (1 cup) cream cheese

1 heaped tbsp ricotta

 

100g (½ cup) lemon curd

20 thin biscuits

Equipment

Piping bags and nozzles

1

Beat the cream cheese and ricotta together.

2

Place in a piping bag with fluted nozzle attached.

3

Pour the lemon curd into a separate piping bag.

4

Pipe the cream cheese mix onto the biscuit, followed by the lemon curd.

5

Eat immediately.

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Cheesecake is one of those classic dinner party staples – creamy, delicious and can be decorated with all manner of toppings to create a beautiful centrepiece. When running short of time, this cheat’s version gives you all the flavour, with minimal effort.

Tips

  • Thin biscuits tend to go soggy quickly, so prepare these cheesecake bites just before serving.
  • Use different flavoured biscuits to vary your end result – a coconut or ginger biscuit makes for a nice change. Or keep your biscuits plain and vary the type of fruit curd you use – lime, raspberry, passionfruit, orange, or even grapefruit makes a nice alternative.
  • Change the shape of piping nozzle you use and get creative with the decorating process.
  • If you don’t want to buy piping bags, you can make your own with basic items from your kitchen.

If you like this recipe, try making this super quick and easy no-bake berry cheesecake.


Lemon cheesecake bites

1

Beat the cream cheese and ricotta together.

2

Place in a piping bag with fluted nozzle attached.

3

Pour the lemon curd into a separate piping bag.

4

Pipe the cream cheese mix onto the biscuit, followed by the lemon curd.

5

Eat immediately.

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