Galaxy no-bake cheesecake
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Galaxy no-bake cheesecake

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Serves 8

The smooth texture makes this dessert a real taste of heaven!

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  • For the base:
  • 4oz gingernut biscuits
  • 4oz hobnobs
  • 4oz unsalted butter
  • For the filling:
  • 200g extra light philly cheese
  • 300ml tub of double cream
  • 200g galaxy chocolate
  • Garnish (optional):
  • Melted dark chocolate to make swirls
  • Grated white chocolate


    1. First of all grease base of tin.
    2. Make the base- melt butter and add crushed biscuits. Press down in the bottom of the tin.
    3. Whip the cream and add melted chocolate and philly cheese( which should be at room temperature.) Mix well and add topping to tin.
    4. Now garnish as desired and chill overnight to set.

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Comments (13)

bess2001's picture

Have made this tonight - cant wait to try it tomorrow - very very easy to make - will rate when i have tried it .

jandd94's picture

What is 4oz in grams?

ladyinred's picture

Made this for pud for Easter Sunday. So easy to make. Used only ginger biscuits and didn't crush them too finely as I wanted a crunchy base (been watching lots of cookery progs. Need different textures !)
When I turned it out of the tin I thought the chocolate filling didn't look thick enough but it definitely was. Absolutely yummy but extremely rich so you don't need a huge slice. This will definitely but one to make again. Thanks xx :)

foxwood-coriander's picture

Very quick and tasted amazing, thanks for recipe :)

fayeraye76's picture

Fabulous recipe. Enjoyed by the whole family. I did add a small amount of icing sugar to the recipe only about a tablespoon and because we love ginger made the base with just gingernuts, and it was just right. Will definately be making again.

salsa_rara's picture

I made this a couple of time and everybody loved it...!! I changed it to white chocolate & raspberry and it was a great success...

sarahcoley1976's picture

sounds lush, in the binder it goes x

sarahm8139's picture

I infact made it again the other night and it all disappered within the one night! I added extra galaxy chocolate, about 30, 40g or so to the filling and this made it even more delicious. This is my alltime favourite dessert recipe!!!

joannewoodward's picture

Gorgeous!! I used an extra 100grams of digestives and 50g of unsalted butter because i wanted a thicker base and decorated it with white chocolate and buttons! yummy, and when i got up this morning half of it had disapeared!

andrenegawley's picture

sounds yummy. Have put it in my binder for future use.

sarahm8139's picture

I promise you that you will love it! Originally this recipe had icing sugar in it, but I felt that it doesn't really need it as the galaxy chocolate is sweet enough!!! Please let me know how it goes!!!

lisawinter75's picture

Am going straight out to buy the ingredients for this,sounds gorgeous-and i might not share it either!!

sarahm8139's picture

This cheesecake is extremely easy to make and tastes delicious. Using gingernut biscuits for the base gives it a crunchy texture and the galaxy chocolate makes this dessert heavenly!!!

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