Cheesecake with Green Kiwi Fruit
Checkers - Jun 13th, 10:12
A delicious favourite gets a nutritious twist that’s guaranteed to keep your loved ones both happy and healthy. Serves 10.
3 cups cream cheese; room temperature
8 zespri green kiwi fruit
100 g melted butter
2 packets vanilla cookies
1 cup condensed milk
1⁄4 cup sugar
3 tbsp. rum
1. Peel and roughly chop 4 kiwi fruit. Cook in a pan over medium heat for 4–5 minutes. Allow cooling completely.
2. Whizz vanilla cookies into a fine crumb, add melted butter and press into the bottom of the tart pan.
3. In a blender, mix condensed milk and cream cheese with rum. Add eggs and blend until fully combined. Gently stir through cooked kiwi fruit.
4. Pour the mixture into the tart pan over the cookie base and bake for 35 minutes at 160 °C.
5. Allow to cool and then garnish with the remaining kiwi fruit.Click here for more Checkers recipes
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