Christmas Pudding And Sherry Cheesecake

Recipes courtesy of Sainsbury’s.

Christmas Pudding And Sherry Cheesecake. Hello friends, so how are you today? It’s never too early for thinking of getting your Christmas recipes sorted; right?

Today I have this yummy Christmas Pudding And Sherry Cheesecake to share. Perfect for a dinner date, special treat or party.

Love cheesecake? We do here. If so, here is a step by step guide to making a Christmas Pudding And Sherry Cheesecake.

Christmas Pudding And Sherry Cheesecake

How To Make A Christmas Pudding And Cheesecake:

How to make cheesecake at home:

Ingredients:

  • 200g ginger biscuits
  • 75g butter
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 orange
  • 600g full-fat cream cheese
  • 2 eggs
  • 150g caster sugar
  • 200ml double cream
  • 4tbsp cream sherry
  • 50g cooked and crumbled Christmas Pudding
  • 2 tbsp granulated sugar
  • Edible gold leaf, optional

Christmas Pudding And Sherry Cheesecake:

Method:

Step One. Firstly, preheat oven to 180°C. Line the base of a 23cm (9in) cake tin with baking parchment. Finely crush the biscuits in a food processor. Melt the butter and cinnamon and mix with the crumbs. Press firmly into the base of the tin and chill.

Step Two. Grate the zest of half an orange and place in a food processor with the cream cheese, eggs, sugar, cream and sherry. Whizz until smooth then mix in the Christmas pudding. Add the cream cheese mixture on top of the biscuit base and bake in the oven for 40 minutes.

Step Three. While the cheesecake is baking, use a zester to pare away the remaining orange peel (or use a potato peeler, peel off strips of rind and shred finely). Place in a small saucepan with 4 tbsp water and the granulated sugar, boil for 5 minutes until syrupy and then allow to cool.

Step Four. Turn off the oven and open the door. Leave the cheesecake in the oven for 20 minutes, then remove. Once cooled, remove from the tin and decorate with the strips of caramelised orange peel and flakes of edible gold leaf.

Christmas Pudding And Sherry Cheesecake

Cheesecake recipes for Christmas or also a cheesecake recipes for Thanksgiving.

Christmas Pudding And Sherry Cheesecake. So what do you think? Do you also fancy trying this? Recipes courtesy of Sainsbury’s.

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So what do you think of this Christmas Pudding & Sherry Cheesecake or any of the recipes above? Fancy trying out any? Let us know in the comments below, what you think.

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27 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    19 October 2016 / 17:13

    What an amazing combination.

  2. oneyummymummy
    17 October 2016 / 21:09

    omg … yum yum… this just looks divine… 2 of my favorite things together … now why didn't i think of it

  3. Kat Candyfloss
    17 October 2016 / 17:23

    This looks and sounds really delicious! We are at my mums for Christmas this year so no need to prepare anything for me! 😀

    • 18 October 2016 / 08:33

      Oh wow, that is great. I am always rushing around at Christmas with family and my eldest 2 boys home.

  4. Jordanne Lee
    17 October 2016 / 17:17

    Oh my lord I need this in my life! My gran would just love this as she is a big fan of Christmas puddings. I think I want to have a go at this myself. Great photos! Jordanne

  5. Tooting Mama
    17 October 2016 / 11:01

    Looks scrumptious, you are so well prepared! I'm not a great fan of Christmas pudding, but a cheese cake version could be the way forward!

    • 18 October 2016 / 08:31

      Thanks for the comment 🙂 I'm not a fan of Christmas pudding but for some reason I eat it at Christmas,lol. Love cheesecake though 🙂

  6. 17 October 2016 / 09:30

    My husband is not a fan of cheese cakes so I get to eat most of them 🙂

  7. Elizabeth
    17 October 2016 / 07:37

    What a gorgeous looking recipe! A genius idea! Love the photographs too, those old books are fab. 🙂

  8. kerry norris
    17 October 2016 / 06:41

    I love a good cheesecake. This sounds like a great combination of flavours. I will have to save the recipe for Xmas x

  9. Kitty & B
    16 October 2016 / 18:00

    Wow! This is a combo I've never seen before. I am suitably intrigued to give it a go! Plus, it's great for if, for some strange reason, you have some Christmas pudding left over! Kat x

  10. Yvonne
    16 October 2016 / 14:44

    Definitely not to early, I know someone who has already baked her christmas cake ready for drenching it in alcohol for the next two months. This looks utterly delicious, I would eat this any time of the year. I love how you have taken these photos as well, they feel so festive 🙂

    • 17 October 2016 / 09:31

      Thank you Yvonne, I love Chriamas cake in lots of booze 🙂 This is a guest post from Sainsbury', isn't it beautiful 🙂

  11. Rachel
    15 October 2016 / 22:15

    You had me hooked with the words 'Christmas Pudding' and it looks lush! Cheesecake and Christmas Pudding, how can it get better than that? I only wish I was better at cooking!

  12. Toni • Gym Bunny Mummy
    15 October 2016 / 14:06

    Oh wow, I love a cheesecake and this sounds amazing! Why wait for Christmas 🙂

  13. Heather{Our Life In a Click}
    15 October 2016 / 13:33

    This looks so good! Photos are beautiful!

  14. Tamar SB
    13 October 2016 / 18:50

    Oo perfect for the holidays!!

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