Low Sugar Apricot Cheese Cake

Sweet Treats

You can’t beat a good cheesecake. Its like happiness on a plate. Just thinking about it is making me smile… I know, I’m sad.

My mum makes the best cheesecake, literally no doubt.

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All you need is;

100g Sugar Free Digestives

50g butter

Half a jar of Stute jam (Apricot for my favourite, but you can pick and choose any flavor you like!)

250g mascapone

 

The method is super simple, making this quite possible the best dessert possible.

Crush up the digestives, which is super therapeutic if you’ve had a particularly stressful day! 😉

Melt the butter, then mix together with the biscuit crumbs.

Pack tightly into a foil lined cake tin, then chill until completely firm.

For the actual cheesecake mixture, beat the mascapone and jam together with an electric whisk until stiff, then spoon over the firm cheesecake base. If you’re feeling particularly artistic, you could spoon a little jam on top and use a cocktail stick to swirl it around like they do in fancy restaurants.

Once you’ve finished decorating your cheesecake masterpiece, pop it in the freezer to firm up.

Then grab a spare spoon and scrape the remains out of the cheesecake bowl, whilst hiding in the kitchen so no one can judge you.

Serve a couple of hours later and let the compliments roll in!

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Love

Nicole x

 

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2 thoughts on “Low Sugar Apricot Cheese Cake

  1. A mess free way to crush digestives – place the digestives in a sealable plastic sandwich bag, removing any trapped air before sealing. Roll over the bag with a rolling pin, or bash hard if you’ve had a bad day 😉 xx

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