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Aero cheesecake

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Prep: 1 hour Cook: Over night in the fridge

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Mint Aero chocolate cheesecake

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  • 120g Digestive biscuits (about 12 biscuits)
  • 85g Melted butter
  • 350g Soft Cheese (Philadelphia Chocolate)
  • 250g Icing sugar
  • 250ml Whipping cream
  • 2 Large Mint Aero Bars


  1. Crush the digestive biscuits and slowly add in the melted butter (the more butter the more your base will stay together).

  2. Line the tin with cling film as this helps get the cheesecake out easy when it is set.

  3. Cover the base of the tin with the crushed biscuit mix.

  4. Mix together the Philadelphia Soft Cheese Cadbury Chocolate and the icing sugar.

  5. Whip the whipping cream and then add it to the mixture.

  6. Grate the 2 Aero bars.

  7. Add about 3/4 of it to the mixture and mix together.

  8. Spread the mixture on top of the biscuit base.

  9. Add the rest of the grated aero to the top of the cheesecake.

  10. Now leave to set over night in the fridge.

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Sarah Soley's picture
Sarah Soley
30th May, 2019
How much Cadbury choclate do we need and does it go in whole or melted,?
Lisa 2228
22nd May, 2017
I can't get the chocolate cheese anywhere can I use something other than that to make this please
14th May, 2019
I just used ordinary Philadelphia Cheese
15th Feb, 2017
What size tin do I need
2nd Nov, 2016
Cadburys chocolate wasn't in the ingredients list.
Audrie 46
11th Aug, 2015
mine never had the minty green look like the picture.Did i miss something? but amazing taste !!!
14th May, 2019
You can add 2 teaspoons of mint flavouring
29th Apr, 2015
How does chocolate cream cheese turn green? Use plain cream cheese and food dye.
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Erica Rush
25th Dec, 2018
Can you please tell me I made one of these and it did not turn out as the cheesecake was soggy
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