How To Make An Elderflower And Lime Cheesecake

Recipe and photo credit by Belvoir Fruit Farms

How To Make An Elderflower And Lime Cheesecake

How To Make An Elderflower And Lime Cheesecake. Hello friends. So how are you today? I love all cakes and especially cheesecake. Today I am sharing an elderflower and lime cheesecake recipe with you.

How To Make An Elderflower And Lime Cheesecake:

This cheesecake recipe is also one of the many things on my list to make over the weekend. yum yum!!

Sometimes I like to make a nice big cheesecake to share with the family and sometimes I like to make them in individual glasses. So yummy.

Cheesecakes are great for parties or just a nice weekend treat. Sometimes I like to top mine with fresh berries or fruit depending what I have in at the time.

Elderflower And Lime Cheesecake anyone?



225g large pack Digestives

100g/4oz unsalted butter

50g/2oz sugar

400g full fat cream cheese ( each tube has 200g)

150ml double cream

Icing sugar, to taste

1 lime

Zest of 1 lemon

2tbs Belvoir Elderflower Cordial

Lime zest to decorate

How To Make An Elderflower And Lime Cheesecake Method:

1.) Firstly, place the digestive biscuits in a large plastic bag.

2.) Hold one end of the bag and using a rolling pin, crush until they resemble fine breadcrumbs.

3.) Reserve a couple of spoonfuls of biscuit crumbs to decorate.

4.) Melt the butter in a large saucepan and add the crushed biscuits and sugar until they are fully combined.

5.) Press the biscuit mixture firmly into an 20cm/8” round tin with a lift up base and place in the fridge to set.

6.) Wash the lemon and grate the skin using a fine grater or use a lemon zester.

7.) Place this zest together with the cream cheese, icing sugar and lime juice in a food processor and mix well.

8.) Then slowly add the cream and elderflower cordial until it is a smooth thick paste.

9.) Spread this mixture on the biscuit base and refrigerate for 2-3 hours or overnight if liked.

10.) Place the cheesecake on top of a tall glass and firmly press down on the sides of the tin which will slide down the cheesecake.

11.) Slip off the base onto the plate.

12.) Last but not least, decorate with the reserved crumbs and lime zest.

How To Make An Elderflower And Lime Cheesecake

So what do you think?

About this post – Recipe and photo credit by Belvoir Fruit Farms

Do you like cheesecake too? Because I know I do!

Let me know if you also get to try this one 🙂

How To Make An Elderflower And Lime Cheesecake
How To Make An Elderflower And Lime Cheesecake

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  1. Judy Haughton-James
    13th September 2013 / 10:34 am

    Would you believe I have never eaten cheesecake Claire?! Well, this post makes me want to eat some for the first time. It looks so delicious!

    • 13th September 2013 / 10:04 pm

      Whoo Judy, I'm sure you would love it? hope you get to try it sometime 🙂

  2. Maria Long
    13th September 2013 / 3:27 pm

    where in the states can you get this elderflower? what would you substitute . Need a citrus dessert next weekend this sounds perfect love for you to share this on friday food freny this week.

    • 13th September 2013 / 10:07 pm

      Hi Maria, I'm not sure if it you could buy it over there?, maybe you could try another cordial? Thanks for inviting me over, will link up tomorrow as on phone at minute 🙂

  3. Kit @ i-lostinausten
    14th September 2013 / 9:07 pm

    Lovely cheesecake !

  4. Joanna Pabel
    16th September 2013 / 12:38 pm

    looks so delicious!

  5. Culinaryjumbleshealthierbites
    1st August 2017 / 8:20 am

    Claire, I am putting together a compilation of unusual cheesecakes and would love to feature this one! Obviously full credit and two links to your blog/recipe would be included. Would this be okay?!

    • 1st August 2017 / 9:25 am

      That would be lovely, thank you. Would be great if you could put that it is a guest post from Belvoir Fruit Farms please 🙂

  6. 16th July 2018 / 9:59 am

    Oh my heavens, Claire! This looks amazing! Key lime pie is one of my favorite desserts and so is cheesecake…I have never had a lime cheesecake, but I absolutely need to now! I pinned this recipes for later….I will definitely be making this! Thanks for sharing!


    • Claire
      27th July 2018 / 3:02 pm

      Thanks for stopping by Shelbee 🙂

  7. Sarah Glasswell
    27th July 2018 / 2:33 pm

    I’ve made this a few times, and just about to again! It is delicious and easy to make. Everyone I make it for loves it!

    • Claire
      27th July 2018 / 3:04 pm

      Thanks you for your lovely feedback Sarah. It is one of my favourite cheesecake recipes. You have reminded me to make another one now too 🙂

  8. Alice V-DIYerfy
    15th January 2019 / 1:02 pm

    I’ve never had elderflower before but it looks like it might make for a wonderful cheesecake addition. thanks for sharing!

  9. 21st January 2019 / 7:14 pm

    Your recipes always look amazing! Thanks for sharing them at Create With Joy and congrats – you are one of our Featured Bloggers at Inspire Me Monday #366! 🙂

    • 6th February 2019 / 10:06 am

      Thanks for hosting and stopping by, just found your comment 🙂

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