White chocolate and strawberry cheesecake on a lotus biscoff base.



175g Bi scoff Caramelized Biscuits

100 g unsalted butter, melted

400 g strawberries, hulled

200 g bar Belgian White Chocolate, broken into squares

2 x 200 g packs essential  Creamy Soft Cheese

25 g caster sugar

170 ml double cream

Few mint leaves, to decorate



1. Put the biscuits in a large plastic food bag and crush with a rolling pin until finely ground. Transfer to a bowl and stir in the butter. Tip into a 20 cm loose-based round cake tin with a depth of about 4cm. Use the back of a teaspoon to pack the mixture in a thin layer around the sides of the tin then press the remainder over the base.
2. Halve 250g of the strawberries and arrange over the biscuit base, cut sides face down. Chill while preparing the filling.
3. Melt the chocolate in a heatproof bowl, either over a pan of hot water (making sure the base doesn’t touch the water) or in the microwave in short spurts. Stir frequently so the chocolate melts evenly. Beat the soft cheese in a separate bowl with the sugar and 2 tbsp boiling water until smooth. Beat in the chocolate and 4 tbsp of the cream. Spoon into the tin and spread in an even layer.
4. Whisk the remaining cream until just holding its shape then spread it over the filling. Halve the remaining strawberries (or slice if large) and scatter over the cream. Chill for at least 3 hours before removing from the tin. Serve scattered with fresh mint leaves

My tips

You can add more biscuits if you want but don’t over do it on the butter otherwise the base will go rock solid and I prefer it a little more crumbly.

This is the perfect biscuit to butter ratio for any cheesecake. I’ve tried it lots of ways and this is the best

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