The no-bake Milkybar cheesecake recipe you need to try – ‘simple but delicious’ – Express

The Nestle Milkybar is one of the most popular white chocolate bars in Britain, and it is easy to make into a thick, creamy cheesecake. Loved for its unique flavour and silky consistency, this sweet chocolate is a guaranteed crowd pleaser in any dessert. Here’s how to make your own “simple but delicious” Milkybar cheesecake, according to Jane’s Patisserie.

No-bake cheesecake can be made by anyone and requires nothing more than a cold fridge to set the creamy filling.

To make this rich white chocolate cheesecake yourself, you will need to cater for the biscuit base, the thick topping, and some decorations.

Jane’s Patisserie said: “This is basically a basic vanilla cheesecake, with additional white chocolate. It’s quite simple, but delicious.”

For the biscuit base, you will need:

  • An 8inch/20cm Springform tin
  • 300g digestive biscuits
  • 150g unsalted butter

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For the filling, you will need to melt the Milkybar chocolate carefully, making sure it doesn’t burn.

It is best to do this in a glass dish over a boiling pan of water, or you can do it in the microwave in short intervals.

Put the melted chocolate to one side and start whisking the cream cheese, icing sugar and vanilla extract together.

One this is combined, add the melted Milkybar into the mix and use a folding motion to swirl the creamy ingredients together.

Finish by adding the double cream and continue to whisk until the liquids turn into a thick filling.

Pour the heavy mixture onto the biscuit base once it has cooled down, spreading it evenly across the tin.

Refrigerate for at least five hours, or leave overnight if you can.

Once the cheesecake has fully set, carefully remove it from the springform tin by releasing the buckle on the side.

To finish off your cheesecake, Jane’s Patisserie said: “Whip together your double cream and icing sugar until soft peaks are formed, and pipe onto your cheesecake.

“Add a piece of Milkybar to each swirl, and enjoy!”

This sweet dessert should keep for around three days in the fridge once made.

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