Primula Santa’s Hats Cheese Cakes: That Are Also No Bake Too.
So why not give the family something to ho ho ho! About with scrumptious bite-sized Primula Santa Cheese Cakes – a decadent way of using Primula Original Cheese in your festive baking.
Today I am also sharing a how to make Primula Santa’s Cheese Cakes step by step guide.
Preparation: 24 hours
How To Make Primula Santa’s Cheese Cakes:
1 tube of Primula Original Cheese
4 ginger biscuits
3 digestive biscuits
60g icing sugar
200ml double cream
3 gelatine leaves
1tsp vanilla extract
12 cupcake liners (5cm in diameter)
Primula Santa’s Cheese Cakes Method:
Firstly, melt the butter in a bowl in the microwave for 30 seconds.
Put the digestive and ginger biscuits in a sandwich bag and bash them with a rolling pin until they are a crumbly powder.
Mix the biscuit crumbs with the melted butter until it starts to join together.
Place a spoonful of the biscuit mixture in the base of each cupcake liner and press down firmly to the bottom using a teaspoon until each base is roughly 1cm in thickness.
It is easier to pop the liners in a cupcake-baking tray, as they will keep their shape. Place in the fridge to set whilst you make the cheese mix.
Squeeze Primula Original Cheese into a mixing bowl and add the icing sugar and vanilla extract.
Mix to a smooth consistency.
In a separate bowl whip up 150ml double cream until it stands in stiff peaks.
Fold the cream into the cheese mixture.
Follow the gelatine mix as described on the packaging and stir thoroughly through the cheese.
Take the bases from the fridge and spoon in the cheesecake mix on top (2.5cm thick) and place inside the fridge to set overnight.
Take the cheesecakes out of the fridge and remove the liners.
To decorate, cut the tops off 12 strawberries.
Place the strawberries upside down on the top to look like a Santa hat.
Whip up the remaining double cream, until it stands in stiff peaks and put into a piping bag.
Pipe a tiny decorative silver ball on the top of every strawberry and a ring of balls around the base.
This will look like the fur parts of the hat!
Last but not least, serve and enjoy!
Primula Santa’s Hats Cheese Cakes: That Are Also No Bake:
So what do you think about these? Do you also fancy making any of these Primula Santa’s Cheese Cakes?
About this post – Recipe and photo credit by Primula.
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