29 November 2021

Individual Berry no bake cheescakes (Mini cheescakes de frutos rojos)

 










This is summed up like this, I was going to take a shower now and decided to come to the computer to finish my post first!

because later the house swallows me!


This is a dessert (red fruit cheescake) that could perfectly serve for Christmas.

I like these little glass serving containers and each one with its own portion.

A base of cookies, cream cheese and on top of this a compote of red fruits (use frozen) even though here we already have natural fruits (blueberries, strawberries and others are not always found)

Source: Kitchen Sanctuary.com

Next week some Christmas recipe!

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Individual Berry no bake cheescakes (mini cheescake de frutos rojos) (4 to 5 servings )
 

Ingredients

Biscuit base

220 grams graham crackers  or digestives
4 tablespoon butter melted
2 tablespoon light brown sugar
pinch of salt

Berry layer

1 cup fresh or frozen blueberries
1 1/2 cups fresh or frozen blackberries or raspberries
juice of half a lemon
2 tablespoon cold water
100 frams fine granulated sugar
1 1/2  tablespoon cornstarch mixed with 2 tablespoon of water

Cheesecake layer

180 ml (3/4 cup) double heavy cream
1 225 grams pack Philidelphia cream cheese
1 tsp vanilla extract
3/4 cup confectioner  sugar
zest of one lemon


Method

Crust
Place the graham crackers and the sugar in the work bowl of a food processor. 
Pulse until the crakers resemble fine crumbs then transfer to a medium bowl.
Add the salt and melted butter and mix to combine it should have the consistency of wet sand.
Pour the base into the prepared little jars and pat down until smooth with the back of a spoon.
Place in the fridge while you prepare the filling.

Filling

Place the bluberries, raspberries or blackberries , lemon juice, water and sugar in a pan and heat gently until the berries start to break down (about 5 minutes)
Stir in the cornflour mixture and heat through, continously stirring for another 30 seconds until the berry mixtures has thickened. Turn off  the heat and allow to cool.

Cheescake layer

Pour the cream into a large bowl and whisk with an electric  whisk until thick.

Add the cream cheese, vanilla and sugar and whisk again until combined. The mixture should be thick enough to hold it shape.
Spoon or pipe the cream cheese mixture on top and then spoon over the cooled berry mixture.

Sprinkle with  some mint leaves and refrigerate until ready to serve.





























48 comments:

  1. Hi Gloria, No ads for me either. I blog for my enjoyment and nothing else! Love these individual cheesecakes...a perfect ending for a nice meal. Watching your political scene in Chile. With the far right against the far left, it sounds a lot like what's happening here in the USA. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Yes David is terribleI dont have ads never and sometimes come some people and put ads of their stuff!
      Love these little chhescakes and are so easy!
      Yes we are living a difficult time but really I dont like Kast he supported Pinochet and this is terrible,you hugs and love David

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  2. That looks very tasty and tempting!

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  3. wow che bontà! Un barattolo molto molto goloso!
    Un bacio

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  4. Buonissimo il dolce e molto bella la presentazione!!!
    Baci

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  5. Un postre delicioso para todo momento!....cuidate Gloria!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

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  6. These individual cheesecakes look delicious, many thanks for sharing the recipe.
    My good wishes.

    All the best Jan

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  7. Oh, these cheesecakes look so yummy, Gloria! So pretty in jars with a sprig of mint---very festive! Hope you're doing well, my friend! xoxo

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    1. Lizzy! thanks so much dear friend!! I love these little jars!
      hugs and love

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  8. Bellissima l'idea di prepararla nei barattoli, un abbraccio :)

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  9. What a beautiful and Elegant presentation Dear friend! I am sure it must be delicious. I use fresh or dried mint alot in the kitchen. These fresh sprig of mint look great. Thanks for the recipe.

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    1. Thanks so much dear, I love mint for desserts too!

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  10. Non c'è niente di meglio di un dolce al cucchiaio per chiudere un pranzo importante. Io adoro i bicchierini, si presentano anche molto bene

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  11. sono assolutamente buonissimi!! perfetti dopo un pasto :)

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  12. Molto golosi, perfetti in monoporzione!!!

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  13. So cute, tasty, & festive.

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  14. I love how you serve them in little jars - so cute! Wishing you a beautiful Advent season.

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    1. Thanks David I love little servings ! Wishing you both a nice Advent David!

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  15. Those little pots are adorable! And the no bake cheesecakes look perfect for Christmas indeed. Hope you're having a lovely holiday season Gloria!

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    1. Thanks dear Theresa I love little jars for desserts !! Hope you have a lovely holiday season too dear!

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  16. Très beaux. De plus, tes cheesecakes doivent être délicieux.
    A bientôt

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  17. These are so cute in the individual jars! They would make a lovely Christmas. I know what you mean about the house 'swallowing' you. I sometimes have so many things going at one time it's hard to finish a blog post! Hugs, Dear! xoxo

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  18. Thanks Susan happens many times, and these times of Christmas are really busy !!
    send you hugs and love

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  19. Delicious and beautiful.
    www.rsrue.blogspot.com

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  20. I love individual desserts! I once did Key Lime Pie in small canning jars!

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  21. Me too Inger I love desserts in jars!!

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