No bake irish cream and malteser cheesecake – serves 8
This pudding really has the wow factor but is low effort and best of all, no bake!
Perfect for a special meal at home, it’s never as easy getting out with kids is it and this is as indulgent enough to feel really fancy but easy to make, even with a child or two hanging off your leg! Makes loads so you can either halve the quantities or have it over a few days. Best of all, it’s not suitable for children so you don’t have to share! 😉
300g digestive biscuits, crushed
100g butter, melted
600g cream cheese
100g icing sugar
300ml double cream, whipped
25ml irish cream – I used biscotti flavour
Sharing size bag of maltesers
More double cream, whipped
Small bar of milk chocolate
Grease, or preferably line springform tin/tins (the heart shaped ones I used were huge and ended up being halved, so served 8)
Mix together the crushed biscuits and melted butter.
Press into the tins.
Refridgerate for at least an hour
In the meantime:
Mix together the cream cheese and icing sugar.
Stir in the irish cream and crushed up maltesers. (I used a rolling pin and just battered the bag!)
Gently fold in the whipped cream.
Place the topping mixture onto the chilled bases and return to the fridge for another few hours.
Serve with whipped cream and chocolate curls. (I used a vegetable peeler to create the curls from a chocolate bar.)
Below is a video of me baking the no bake irish cream and malteser cheesecake to show you that it really is that easy!