No bake desserts are the best! Quick, easy and delicious. This creamy layered treat is one of the incredible indulgent sweet course. Each layer by itself is inviting. Follow me for a step by step tutorial:
To prepare the crust, put 250g of digestive biscuits into a food processor and blend until you get fine crumbs.
Add 80g of softened butter and 1/4 cup granulated sugar. Mix well until you get sand like mixture.
For the filling, blend 500g cream cheese (I use philadelphia cheese) with 1 cup of icing sugar. Once mixed well add 2 cups of whipping cream and zest of half a lemon. Whisk to become fluffy.
For individual portions, choose a glass or shooter of your choice to press the crust in the buttom. Add the cream cheese, then all berries jam and let it cool in the fridge for at least 2 hours.
You can use any jam you favor; could be strawberry, blueberry or even caramel…..
If you like frozen sweets, put it in the freezer for couple of hours before adding the jam. Trust me it will be your summer dessert, you will melt for it!
You are going to love these cheesecakes. Enjoy!
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Sablé (a french word meaning sand), is a shortbread biscuit. It’s called “sablé” because of the sandy texture you get when you rub the butter, flour and sugar together before adding the eggs.
These delicious sablés are filled with homemade apricot jam and flavoured with lemon zest. Simply irresistible!
They are so tempting that am sure you’re going to the kitchen the minute you finish reading the ingredients.
- 3 cups flour
- 3/4 cup sugar
- 250g butter
- 2 whole eggs
- 2 tbsp powdered milk
- 1 tsp vanilla
- zest of one lemon
Mix butter, flour and sugar, and rub them until they become like sand. Add the eggs one by one then powdered milk, vanilla and lemon zest. Mix well until you get a consistent dough. I recommend to put it for half an hour in the fridge before shaping the rounds (5mm thickness). Don’t forget to make equal number of rounds with a hole in the middle for the upper part. Place them on a parchment paper and bake for 15-20 mns on 175°C.
P.S: For the people who don’t have the cutters, they can use a glass cup to cut the big circles and the cap of a bottle of water to make the hole on the upper one.
When they cool down to room temperature fill them with any jam of your preference, i used apricot jam that my mom made, then sprinkle icing sugar (or powdered sugar) on the top.
Thesy are so seductive! Don’t you agree?!
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