No Bake Marshmallow Cheesecake
You can never have too many dessert recipes, with all sorts of things to try from cookie recipes, cake recipes, pie recipes, bread recipes and bar recipes to name a few. This "No Bake Marshmallow Cheesecake," recipe is a simple variation of a favourite. If you love cheesecake, than this recipe is totally for you! Why spend so much time to make a whole cheesecake when you can just make these nice little individual no bake cheesecakes. Cheesecake is such a beloved dessert in the United States that there is even a restaurant dedicated to just this dessert! The Cheesecake Factory, has amazing cheesecakes that they serve up to their customers. There are so many different kinds of cheesecake they offer too, and they are always changing. They do serve other food, incase people want to eat some dinner or lunch before they indulge in their cheesecake. You can even get a few small slices and share with your love or with a friend. This is a nice thing to do so that you can try out the different flavours and see which one you would want to try making yourself, or have a full piece of in the future. This recipe could also be modified to make different flavours too!
This individual no bake marshmallow cheesecake recipe, has a layer of crushed biscuits topped with light and fluffy no bake marshmallow cheesecake. It'a an awesome recipe to serve at barbecues and picnics on hot summer days, everyone will love it, plus it looks super elegant in it's little glass vessel too. To start, the cheesecake recipe has a layer of crushed digestive biscuits and melted butter, the crushed biscuits are layered in the individual glasses, and left to chill in the fridge while the yummy cheesecake filling is prepared. The cheesecake filling is a combination of whipped mascarpone cheese and cream cheese, melted marshmallow and marshmallow fluff (double yum), and some whipped cream folded in. This simple dessert recipe doesn't take a lot of time to prepare, and nice as it doesn't require any cooking (perfect for hot summer days, when you don't want to use the oven or stove). You just need to prep and chill, and it's ready, you can also make this dessert recipe ahead of time. For the full recipe details, you'll want to take a look at the site.
The creator of this recipe site is ChiChi, she is the writer and the photographer behind the Bakes By ChiChi recipe blog. Originally from Ghana, in West Africa, she lives and works in London, England. ChiChi is the mother of two young children, and wife to a teacher/DJ. The kids are her kitchen assistants, her inspiration and food critics. They must have so much fun in the kitchen, helping out their mother! I know that was something I always loved to do as a kid! The recipe site started around four years ago as a hobby, and has evolved into her career. To read more about this recipe, visit the website link below to the "Bakes by ChiChi," website.
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