Philadelphia individual chocolate fudge cheesecakes
- 75 g light digestive biscuits, crushed to crumbs
- 20 g butter, melted
- 160 g Philadelphia with Cadbury
- 180 g double cream
- 20 g icing sugar
- 1 Cadbury Fudge Bar, roughly chopped
- 1 Cadbury Chocolate Flake
- Arrange 5 x 6-7 cm ring moulds on a flat baking tray. Stir biscuit crumbs into melted butter. Divide between ring moulds and press firmly into the bases. Chill well whilst preparing the filling.
- Whisk together the Philadelphia and double cream and icing sugar until thick. Stir in the fudge pieces.
- Divide the filling between the ring moulds and smooth on top of the biscuit bases. Chill for at least 2 hour before serving. When ready to serve, remove the cheesecakes from the moulds and serve sprinkled with some crumbled chocolate flake.
- These are rich little cheesecakes so don't be tempted to increase the portion size.
- Delicious served with fresh or tinned mango.
- If you don't have any ring moulds these cheesecakes can be made in ramekins lined with cling film. Unmould just before serving.
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