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    Seriously Creamy Crumbly fudge cheesecake

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    Seriously Creamy Crumbly fudge cheesecake

    A rich and creamy dessert for a special treat

    What makes it the ultimate summer Seriously From Waitrose dessert?

    A melt in the mouth treat and there is nothing else similar available readymade. Light and summery, goes well after a light summer supper/barbeque and with a glass of prosecco


    • 250g oat biscuit
      75g melted butter
      200g ricotta cheese
      600 ml double cream
      300g crumbly vanilla fudge


    1. 1. Lightly butter a 24cm springform cake tin. 2. Make the base by combining the biscuits and butter and pressing into the base of the tin. 3. Beat the cheese until soft. 4. Grate 250g of the fudge (I use my food processor) and tip into the cheese. Combine gently - folding in slowly - with the cream. 5. Spoon the cream mixture in and cover. Chill for at least 6 hours 6. Use the remaining 50g fudge to sprinkle on top 7. Optional - lemon zest can be used in the mix to give a zing

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