Your search for the best cheesecake recipes ends here. Shared by our favourite chefs and bakers. this curated collection of cheesecakes up the ante with their elevated spin on everyone’s favourite dessert.
From healthy to decadent, raw to baked and even a breakfast twist – there’s truly a cheesecake for everyone here, with seasonal specials too making the most of your favourite fruits!
The Best Cheesecake Recipes
Baked Oreo Cheesecake
Because. The only thing better than Oreos are Oreos baked in a cheesecake. Indulgently-rich and packed with cookies and cream, this one is as decadent as it gets. Get the recipe from The Notting Hill Bakery, here.
Cheesecake Swirl Brownies
Chocolate Strawberry Cheesecake
Celebrate the classic combination of chocolate, strawberries and cream with this eggless recipe from Le Cordon-Bleu trained chef and founder of Blanchette patisserie, Bianca Manik. We promise, this one’s just as sumptuous as it sounds! Get the recipe, here.
Mango Cheesecake Parfait
Hot and humid days call for no-bake cheesecake parfaits, as refreshing as they are easy to whip up (no oven time required).
Shared by Foodhall Cookery Studio (FCS), the beauty of this recipe lies in its elegant simplicity, built on layers of fruit, yogurt and crunchy granola. It’s very adaptable too, so you can have a gander with the freshest fruits in season! Get the recipe, here.
White Chocolate and Wasabi Cheesecake
This no-fuss dessert shapes up with a crushed biscuit base, topped off with cream cheese, wasabi (yes, really!) and a white chocolate filling. The heat from the wasabi is balanced out by the white chocolate, making for a nuanced dessert layered with complex flavours! Get the recipe, here.
Avocado Lime Cheesecake
And one for the health-conscious. This no-bake, plant-based cheesecake is packed full of good fats and antioxidants. It’s tangy yet sweet, with a slightly crunchy base and a hint of salt and spice – the contrast is so good!
This recipe is a great way to use up the creamy avocados we’ve been having this season, once you get tired of smashed avo on toast. Coconut oil is the other starring ingredient replacing butter and cutting the need for gelatin or any dairy ingredients. Get the recipe from Copper+ Cloves, here.
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