Bailey’s Cheesecake with Minnie

Bailey's Cheesecake with MinnieWhat’s not to love about cheesecake, I have been making this recipe for years, slightly adjusted from this version over at AWW. Minnie and I made this together for a friend coming over for Saturday Dinner. It was great for practising her measurement and using scales for math.  It is super simple but needs at least four hours in the fridge to set, or overnight.


250g Crushed Digestive Biscuits

150g Melted Unsalted Butter

200g White Chocolate {Melted}

500g Cream Cheese

1/3 Cup Caster Sugar

4 Eggs (Lightly Beaten)

300g Sour Cream

3/4 Cup Irish Cream Liqueur (I Use Bailey’s). The alcohol should cook out but if you would prefer not to use alcohol, I omit and use the same quantity of milk.


Bailey's Cheesecake with Minnie

Preheat Oven to 160°C or 140°C Fan Forced. Mix Crushed Biscuits and Melted Butter.

Bailey's Cheesecake with Minnie

Press into a lightly oiled 24cm Springform Pan, Chill for 20 minutes.

Bailey's Cheesecake with Minnie

Cream Sugar and Cream Cheese until Smooth.

Bailey's Cheesecake with Minnie

Add eggs.

Bailey's Cheesecake with Minnie

Add Sour Cream

Bailey's Cheesecake with Minnie

Add Baileys/Irish Cream Liqueur or Milk.

Bailey's Cheesecake with Minnie

Add Melted White Chocolate

Bailey's Cheesecake with Minnie

Pour onto prepared base and bake for an hour or until set. Refrigerate for four hours or overnight.

Bailey's Cheesecake with Minnie

Serve and Enjoy. I usually drizzle white chocolate on the top of mine, but today I just felt like plain and simple in season raspberries.

Easy and Delicious.

I hope your weekend is filled with joy and friends.

Lots of Love x


This is Day 28 of my 31 Days of Homeschool Adventures Series, to read more click here


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