Raspberry heart cheesecake

Raspberry heart cheesecake

Total: 2 hr 30 Min. | Active: 1 hr
vegetarian
Nutritional value / piece: 449 kcal
, Fat: 27 g
, Carbohydrate: 44 g
, Protein: 8 g

Ingredients

12 pieces

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Raspberry sauce

250g frozen raspberries
4tbsp sugar

Base

250g white flour
75g sugar
¼tsp salt
125g butter, cut into pieces, cold
1 fresh egg, beaten

Filling

200g white chocolate, finely chopped
½dl full cream
2 eggs
75g sugar
1parcel vanilla sugar
400g cream cheese (e.g. Philadelphia)
1tsp lemon juice
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Utensils

One springform pan (approx. 24 cm in diameter), base lined with baking paper, sides greased

How it's done

Raspberry sauce

Bring the raspberries and sugar to the boil in a covered pan. Reduce the heat, simmer for approx. 5 mins. Pass the mixture through a sieve, return to the pan, reduce for a further 5 mins., leave to cool. Transfer the raspberry sauce to a piping bag with a round nozzle (approx. 4 mm).

Base

Mix the flour, sugar and salt in a bowl. Add the butter and rub together using your hands to form an even, crumbly mixture. Add the egg, mix quickly to create a soft dough – do not knead. Transfer the dough to the prepared tin, press down, cover and chill for approx. 30 mins.

Filling

Melt the chocolate and cream in a thin-sided bowl over a gently simmering bain-marie, stir until smooth, set aside. Using the whisk on a hand mixer, beat the eggs, sugar and vanilla sugar for approx. 5 mins. until light and fluffy. Stir in the cream cheese and lemon juice. Fold in the chocolate mixture using a rubber spatula, spread over the base.

To decorate

Pipe dots of raspberry sauce on to the cheesecake mixture in a spiral design. Drag a wooden skewer through the middle of the dots to create hearts.

To bake

Approx. 1 hr. in the lower half of an oven preheated to 160°C. Remove and allow to cool slightly. Remove the tin frame, transfer to a cooling rack and leave to cool.

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