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Chocolate Orange Cheesecake

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Serves 8

Easy and tasty!

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  • 150g Hobknobs
  • 70g Unsalted butter
  • 250g Cream cheese
  • 225ml Double Cream
  • 2x Terrys Chocolate Orange


    1. Crush the hobknobs and melt the butter, mix together and add to the cake tin, spreading evenly (use baking paper so it doesn't stick). Put in fridge for 1 hour to set.
    2. Once the hour is almost up, add the 250g of cream cheese into a large bowl and beat with a wooden spoon to soften. In a separate bowl whip the 225ml of double cream into soft peaks and place in fridge for now.
    3. In a bain-marie melt 1 chocolate chocolate orange, allow to cool, but not set. Pour the chocolate into the cream and mix. Once mixed add the chocolate & cream to the cream cheese and mix thoroughly. Spread over the base.
    4. At this point, break up the remaining chocolate orange. Grate the segments (leaving 8 segments whole) over the cheesecake to create a decorative topping. Now add the 8 remaining segments evenly spaced onto the cheesecake. Place in fridge to set for 4 hours.

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6th Jul, 2012
im am going to make this at school today hopefully it will be great!!! :D
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