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16 Oct 2012

Tuesday, 17 October 2006

Peachy Cheesecake

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By far this is the yummiest and easiest cheesecake I've ever made hahaha well not that I've made that many in the first place. Thumbs up from all guinea pigs.


150g Digestive biscuit crumbs
110g unsalted butter, melted

250g cream cheese, softened
50g caster sugar
50g dairy whipping cream
400g canned peaches, drained and blended into puree
1 1/2 tbsp gelatine powder
2 tbsp water

Crust: Combine digestive biscuit crumbs with melted butter and press into the bottom of a 7" (18cm) loose based pan. Chill in the fridge until firm.

Filling: Beat cream cheese, sugar and whipping cream until smooth. Add in peach puree and mix well.

Mix gelatine powder with water, double-boiled till dissolved and mix into filling mixture. Pour onto crust and chill in the fridge for at least 3 hours.

Ref: Kelly Tang, 2005, Taste of Cold, Sweet Temptation, Yum Yum Publications Sdn Bhd

I find the melted butter was too much for 150g of crumbs, I had to add 2 more pieces of biscuits to have a less soggy crust. Else, everything was fine. Pictures were lousy even though taken in broad daylight due to hazy skies, duh!

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PabloPabla said...

Since this wan no need the oven, I've just printed it out and will ask wifey to try make it one day :)

Tummythoz said...


Rasa Malaysia said...

Girl, you can really bake! :)

MeiyeN said...

whoa babe, i am going to try this recipe once i have da time cause your cheesecake looks so so so yummy!!!!! wish me luck ;)

Babe_KL said...

eh you cant make for her meh, PabloPabla?

tummythoz, yes this cheesecake is indeed yummy

only occasionally beeyinn

meiyen, yours should turn out beautifully too since this recipe is super easy

PabloPabla said...

I am more of the stir-fry type. My wifey is better with cakes and cookies :)

bearyip said...

wah ...again i can not stand la ..
when you going to belanja me makan ah ...

the cook really good looking as the cake shop man ...

you are really "geng"

Babe_KL said...

what a team PabloPabla! wished hubby could cook for me haha

bearyip, u look at the pics lor then imagine how they would taste like :p

Jade said...

Hi babe,
I wanted to try out this recipe too, may i know what is gelatine powder??


Babe_KL said...

You can find gelatine powder at baking supply shops or the baking section of any supermarts. Gelatine powder is a tasteless, odorless, almost colorless mixture of proteins that dissolves in hot water, but becomes a jelly when cooled, holding the water in a rubbery suspension. It's usually made from bovine's collagen found in the bones and cartilage. You can read more here

Jade said...

Hi Babe,

Thanks for your information... :) I will go look see look see this weekend...

Babe_KL said...

no problem jade

pingmouse said...

hi babe_KL, thank you so much for sharing this recipe. It saved me a lot of time as I was getting so stressed out on what cake to make for my bday.

Btw, the 1.5TBSP gelatine powder added with 2TBSP water was rather too thick. It was not stirrable at all. Did you have the same problem?So I added about 5TBSP water and in the end only used 2 TBSP of the mixture in the cake. Was a bit panicky as to whether this will affect the texture of the cake. But luckily, everyone esp hubby who tired it liked it :)