Chocolate Rolo Cheesecake
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Chocolate Rolo Cheesecake

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Serves 6

This is a cheesecake that is great to share with family or friends. This a really simple but lovely cheesecake and is great with a finishing touch of sprinkled rolos on top.

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Ingredients

  • 1 packet of digested biscuits
  • 3 packets of rolo family packs
  • 1 tub of mascapone
  • 2 tubs of chocalet Philadelphia
  • 1/2 a block of butter

Method

    1. Break the packet of biscuits into a bowl then crush into crums with a rolling pin. Then put the crushed biscuits into a greased tin a put into a freezer for an hour.
    2. Now mix the philadelphia with the mascapone into another bowl use a electric wisk to make it nice and creamy.
    3. Now melt two packets of rolos. Then take the biscuits out of the freezer and put the melted rolos on top.
    4. Now put the Philadelphia over the rolos and sprinkle the other packet of rolos over the top. (for best results chop the rolos into 1/4)
    5. Finaly put the cheesecake into the fridge and leave overnight for best results. Or leave for a few hours.

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Thecheeseycake
3rd Mar, 2015
What a stupid idea to put melted rolos in the middle!!!! Can't even cut it!!! So annoyed!! Aghr
kyranchandler
10th Jul, 2012
5.05
Mix the butter and bisciuts together before freezing sorry forgot tom add it to the instructions :)
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