Thermomix Red Velvet Cheesecake Recipe

Thermomix Red Velvet Cheesecake Recipe/ Stuff Mums Like

Cheesecake is one of my favourite things to make, and red velvet is my very favourite cake so combining them into this Thermomix red velvet cheesecake recipe is one of the best things that has ever happened to me lol! Cheesecakes are one of the easiest desserts to make and are always a winner I find.


so if a red velvet cheesecake sounds right up your alley then follow on!

Thermomix Red Velvet Cheesecake Recipe

Ingredients:

Serves 12

Base

250g chocolate Tiny Teddies or Choc Ripple biscuits

125g butter

Filling

500g cream cheese

250g sour cream

3 eggs

4 teaspoons red food colouring

270g caster sugar

30g cocoa

Topping

200g thickened cream

biscuit crumbs or grated chocolate

 

Method

Preheat oven to 160 degrees celsius and prepare a springform tin- covering the base with baking paper.

Pulse biscuits until they are fine crumbs and then set aside.

Melt butter (60 degrees/ sp 3/ 2 minutes)

Add biscuit crumbs back into the bowl and mix for 15 sec/sp 4

Press crumbs into springform tin and place in the fridge.

Place cream cheese and sugar into the bowl and mix on sp 4/ seconds

Add sour cream, eggs, cocoa and red food colouring

Mix 30 sec/ sp 4 then scrape down the bowl with the spatula and mix for another 30 seconds or until all smooth and combined.

Pour into springform tin and cook for 1- 1.5 hours depending on the oven. You’ll know when it’s ready because the middle will be firm. Leave to cool in the oven until completely cool (I leave it overnight) and then put it in the fridge.

Before serving the red velvet cheesecake beat the whipped cream with the butterfly/ sp 4/ 30 seconds and then spread on top of the cheesecake and sprinkle with grated chocolate or chocolate biscuit crumbs.

Serve and enjoy!

Thermomix Red Velvet Cheesecake Recipe/ Stuff Mums Like

 

This recipe was adapted from this amazing recipe by New Idea!

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