The delicious, fluffy Toblerone Cheesecake recipe that an eight year old can make so easy
- An Australian mom showed off her eight year old daughter’s cheesecake
- The young woman has recently shown an interest in cooking, her mother said
- She made the no-bake Toblerone cheesecake under the guidance of her mother
An Australian mom proudly shared her eight year old daughter’s Toblerone cheesecake recipe, saying it earned 10/10 in her house.
The mother shared the picture of the delicious looking chocolate cheesecake online to mark the child’s achievement.
“She showed a great interest in cooking, so here’s our recipe,” said the mother, sharing it online.
The recipe calls for biscuits, almonds, powdered sugar and 540 grams of Toblerone chocolate.
An Australian mom proudly shared her eight year old daughter’s Toblerone cheesecake recipe, saying it earned 10/10 in her house
The no-bake cheesecake also requires 750 grams of cream cheese, butter, cream and gelatin.
The mother said her daughter first chopped the cookies and almonds in a food processor until they were smooth – then added the melted butter and mixed them.
This cookie mix served as the base for the decadent dessert and was left in the freezer.
Then she combined cheese and sugar in the food processor before adding the chocolate melted in the microwave.
The mother shared the picture of the delicious looking chocolate cheesecake online to mark the child’s achievement
“She showed a great interest in cooking, so here’s our recipe,” said the mother, sharing it online
The chocolate mixture is then spooned into the bottom and left in the refrigerator for 12 hours.
“It’s so delicious,” said the woman.
The young girl who made dessert gave herself full marks for her efforts.
How can I make Toblerone cheesecake at home?
1.5 pack of butternut snap cookies
125 grams of almond
150 grams of powdered sugar
1.5 packs of Toblerone 360 grams – 400 grams for cakes and rest for decorations
80 grams of melted butter
3 packs of Philadelphia cheese 750 grams
250 ml of cream
3 tablespoons of gelatin
Crush the butternut cookies and almonds in the food processor until smooth and add the melted butter mixture until everything is mixed.
Line the 32 cm cake tin with parchment paper and margarine.
Press the cookie mixture to the bottom of the can, then up the sides. Put it in the freezer for 20 minutes.
Then put the cream cheese and sugar in the food processor and mix well, add the cream and mix until smooth.
Combine 1/4 cup of cold water with the gelatin mixture to keep it from clumping. Then add the little hot water, mix it until it dissolves, then add it to the cheese mixture.
Melt the Toblerone slowly in the microwave for 55 seconds, repeat if necessary.
Mix with a spatula, make sure it isn’t too hot, then add the cheese mixture until the chocolate is covered. Then pour the chocolate mixture onto the biscuit base and rub more Toblerone over it.
Cover with plastic wrap and let rest in the refrigerator for 12 hours.
Cheesecakes seem to be a popular dish for kids looking to learn how to make decadent desserts.
A proud Australian mom revealed how her 11-year-old daughter made it into a delicious Caramilk birthday cheesecake – after finding an easy-to-follow recipe online.
The mother posted photos of the finished product on Facebook, although many could not believe that the beautifully presented cake was made by a child.
She was proud of her daughter for “mostly” following the recipe herself, but admitted that the caramilk icing never made it to the cake because it had separated.
A ‘proud’ Australian mom revealed how her 11-year-old daughter made her delicious birthday cake after finding an easy-to-follow caramilk cheesecake recipe online
“Of course Mumma Bear helped, but she was so sweet and independent,” wrote the mother.
“It was demolished because it was so divine that most went back for seconds,” she said.
The top of the cake was artfully decorated with fresh fruit by the boy.
“When the Caramilk cream was made, it was whipped unattended for too long and began to separate so we didn’t use it,” said the girl’s mother.
The cake was made by the 11 year old with an “easy to follow recipe” and “a little help from mom”.
The cake consists of three parts, the base, the filling and the cream frosting, which the 11-year-old did not use. Instead, he chose fruit
The cake can be made according to the recipe two days before serving and requires nice cookies, butter, coconut, Caramilk chocolate, Caramilk cream cheese, regular cream cheese, brown sugar, vanilla, sour cream, eggs and thickened cream.
It consists of three parts – the base, the filling and the glaze. And is completed in just seven steps using the popular recipe.
People were amazed at the young girl’s cake and said it looked “professional”.