Friday, May 21, 2010

No-bake cheese cake

The White Queen cake, as I call it is actually one of those few yummy stuffs that need no baking. I feel, it has its well deserved spot in a primarily baking blog as well, mostly because its my blog and I can do whatever I want with it :)

Here we go:
The crust:

250 grams tea biscuits with chocolate
150 grams melted butter

1 good spoon of brown sugar

The filling:

200 grams of white chocolate
225 grams 30% cream cheese (eg Napoleon)
500 grams of 5% white cheese
2 packs (500 grams )of 32% whipping cream
Half a pack (40 grams) of instant vanilla pudding
1/4 cup (50 grams) of sugar
On top:
1 cup of fruits of the forest mixture defrosted and screened
3 spoons of sugar
2 spoons of orange juice
1 flat teaspoon cornflour
1.We break the biscuits down in the mixer and add melted butter and sugar. Stir it until we get an even crumby dough-like substance. We spread it on the bottom of a round-cake pan (with a removable ring). We place our crumb-spead in the freezer until we continue with the recipe.
2. We melt our white chocolate in the micro or over hot water. We fold in the cream- and the white cheese. We whip the heavy cream with the pudding and sugar until we get a nice, airy, fluffy cream. We fold in the chocolate-cheese mix and spread it on the crust. We keep it covered with a nylon foil in the fridge for over night.
3. Fruits on top: we mix together the fruits, sugar, OJ and cornflour and wait for a few mins until the cornflour melts. We stir it again and spread the fruit mix on the cheese layer. We keep it in the fridge covered for up to 3 days.
Just before serving freeze the cake for a few mins so it would get a good hold when removing the ring.
You can also serve it as a refreshing desert in parfait cups, with the crust on the side as a praline.

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