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Cheesecake bites |  Baking makes you happy
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A seductive, marbled cheesecake cream on a chocolate waffle base: These small cake cubes are a particularly sweet finger food

Marble cheesecake cubes

A big piece of cake with all due respect – but sometimes it can also be the mini version like these little cheesecake bites. For example, if you are looking for a sweet finger food for parties or buffets. Or if you want to serve a slightly different treat with your afternoon coffee.

The small chocolate cheesecake cubes are easy to eat out of hand. You can think of it as a mixture of classic cheesecake, no bake fridge cake, chocolate cheesecake and chocolate cheesecake brownies – that is, lots of delicious treats on their own. The special thing about the Cheesecake Bite is its consistency: the chocolate base remains crispy even after baking, so it does not soften. The cream is stable – which is definitely important for finger food – and still soft. The special something is the light marbling in the topping of the cheesecake cubes. A bit like the traditional marble cake – although I have to admit that the visual effect was not quite as successful as I wanted. But in terms of taste! And that’s the main thing, isn’t it?

Finally, the cheesecake cubes are thinly coated with creamy cream cheese and decorated with a little nougat cream. This results in 4 layers. All with a slightly different consistency – what they Schoko Cheesecake Bites turns into tasty cheesecake bites! The Cacao & Milk waffles from our partner Loacker, which you may already know from this black and white cake, play an important role in the recipe. They consist of crispy, thin cocoa wafers and a creamy filling – just like my cheesecake canapes.

The whole family will enjoy the cheesecake cubes

Developing the recipe was a bit difficult this time – because of course I tinker with my creations until the result completely convinces me. Better said my entire family…. Everyone loved them Cake bites or cheesecake skewers. Ok, rather without skewers for the photos ?.

Schoko Cheesecake Bites

No matter if you Cheesecake canapes Served as a finger food cake for dessert or in a large circle: you will be well received! I look forward to your feedback on the cheesecake bite recipe. And so that you can try it out for yourself, I’m giving away a great package of Loacker waffles!

To win the big package with waffles, quadratinis, tortina and co., Simply write in a comment by Wednesday, March 10th, 2021 at 12 noon which Loacker product appeals to you the most. You can find the conditions of participation here.

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Delicious marbled cheesecake cubes that are perfect as sweet finger food

preparation30 Min.

baking time40 Min.

Cooling time1 Std.

Quantity: 1 kl. angular shape

ingredients

For the cream

  • 400 Gram cream cheese
  • 70 Gram powdered sugar
  • 2 medium sized egg yolk
  • 100 Gram Fresh cream or sour cream
  • 1 1/2 tablespoon food starch
  • 1/4 teaspoon Vanillepaste optional

For the topping

  • 60 Gram Whipped cream
  • 100 Gram cream cheese
  • 20 Gram powdered sugar
  • 2 tablespoon Nut nougat cream at will, large amount

preparation

  • Preheat the oven to 170 degrees top and bottom heat. Grind the waffles and mix with the melted butter. Put the biscuit crumbs in a small mold (approx. 15 * 15 cm) that has been lightly greased with baking paper and press firmly. Pre-bake the base for 5 minutes while preparing the cream.

  • Mix all ingredients for the cheesecake mixture until there are no more pieces in it. Halve the cream and stir one half with cocoa, powdered sugar and milk until smooth.

  • Place the creams in blobs next to each other on the base and carefully marble with a fork. Bake the cake again for about 35 minutes. Then let stand in the switched-off oven for about 20 minutes with the oven door slightly open. So he hardly comes to mind. Then let the cake cool down completely.

  • For the topping, whip the cream until stiff. Beat the cream cheese and powdered sugar until smooth; Carefully fold in the cream. Spread it very thinly on the cake and cut it into small cubes using a sharp, large knife. Decorate with thin strips of slightly warmed nut nougat cream as desired.

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