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Kiwi cheesecake

Everyone will come running for these little beauties! The fresh flavour of kiwi balances the creamy texture of the cheese.

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Kiwi cheesecake

  • 150 g Bastogne biscuits
  • 50 g butter
  • 50 ml whipping cream
  • EAT ME Limes Product photo
    1 lime
  • 400 g cream cheese
  • 100 g icing sugar
  • EAT ME Kiwi
    4 kiwis

Kitchen tools

  • Food processor (or zip lock bag and rolling pin)
  • Mixer
  • 6 x 6-8 cm high cake rings ø

Preparation method

  1. Place the biscuits in the food processor and blitz to a fine crumble, or place them in the zip lock bag and crush using the rolling pin. Melt the butter in a saucepan. Pour the butter over the crushed biscuits while the food processor is running and mix well.
  2. Place the cake rings on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Use a baking tray that will fit into the fridge. Tip the crumb mixture into the cake rings. Firmly smooth the top with spoon. Put in the fridge until needed.
  3. Beat the cream with a mixer until stiff. Squeeze the lime. In another bowl, combine the cream cheese with the icing sugar and lime juice. Mix well. Fold the whipped cream through this mixture as lightly as possible.
  4. Peel 2 kiwis. Slice in half lengthwise then cut across into slices. Arrange the slices around the inside of the cake rings. Fill the cake rings with cream cheese mixture. Leave the cake in the fridge to firm for at least 2 hour.
  5. Peel the other 2 kiwis and slice the flesh into small cubes. To serve, remove the rings and garnish the top with the kiwi cubes.


  1. No waste tip: Scrub the lime and zest the peel. Add the zest to the cream cheese. Even more zingy flavour!
  2. Tip: Instead of using individual cake rings, you can also use a springform of 22 or 24 cm ø, to make one large cheesecake.

Nutrition value per person/bite

525 kcal
6 g
36 g
22 g
43 g
34 g
2 g

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