Sunday, 31 October 2010

Joy of Simplicity and Real Winner ~No Egg - No Bake PassionFruit Cheescake !

This eggless and no bake Passion fruit cheese cake is Very Quick, Simple yet elegant and easy enough to whip up as a last minute pudding,will make your mouth water.



With the joy of Navratri and Diwali festivals also comes the JOY OF DUSTING and CLEANING...it would be my Joy if I could escape from the dusting and cleaning the house...although I've a people who does this job for me..! but as you all know having nice thoroughly clean house at the end of it...makes it all JOYOUS...:)....

This eggless and no bake Passion fruit cheese cake is Very Quick, Simple yet elegant and easy enough to whip up as a last minute pudding,will make your mouth water.

Although on one hand cleaning was going on,...I didn't leave my favourite Joy which is cooking ,when I saw a packet of Passionfruit sitting around..... this is what I conjured up in my mind....A No Egg, No Bake Passion fruit Cheesecake for my kids...bringing the kids in is an excuse, really it's me who fallen in love with cheesecake and now I love immensely ....;P....I can imagine myself in Sunset on a tropical island, with candle light dinner,  relishing this chilled delight..( wish DH is reading this ) ;P

 It's a Very Quick, Simple yet elegant and easy enough to whip up as a last minute pudding........will make your mouth water..........


This eggless and no bake Passion fruit cheese cake is Very Quick, Simple yet elegant and easy enough to whip up as a last minute pudding,will make your mouth water.

You will Need:-

150g ginger nut and Digestive biscuits


40g melted butter

300g Mascarpone cheese

150ml whipping cream

2 tbsp icing sugar

6 passion fruits

Method :-
Crush biscuits in a mixer and mix with  melted butter and  in a bowl. Spoon into 6 tumblers or bowls and chill in the fridge to firm up.  In a bowl, mix cheese whipped cream, icing sugar and the pulp from 6 passion fruit, reserving a little to decorate. Spoon on top of the biscuit base and decorate with the reserved passion fruit pulp. Chill until ready to serve. ( ready in less than 45 minutes and Real winner )...Enjoy as much as my family did...

16 comments:

  1. I loveee passion fruit and this so exotic!!
    m sure ur having a wonderful weekenD!

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  2. Very tempting!! I will have to make this soon!!

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  3. m a huge huge fan of cheese cakes.....and this one looks super delicious...

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  4. Wish i had someone for cleaning up, but then i think i don't need it if i think about it as we live in a apartment, and now S gone whole week it is less cleaning up.
    Dessert looks so so good. I love creamy desserts like this. Love the layer with the ginger digestive biscuits.

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  5. WOwww wat a gorgeous cheesecake, feel like grabbing that beautiful looking cheesecake..

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  6. Easy no bake cheese cake delicious..

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  7. Wow...what a nice dessert!!..i miss Passion fruit!

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  8. Dusting and cleaning do NOT sound like fun...but eating this parfait does! How delicious.

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  9. Looks awesome!!!! Pass me a glass plsss!!!!

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  10. looks so delicious and tempting.

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  11. A creamy and delicious dessert!

    Wish I had someone to help me out with the diwali cleaning... :-)

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  12. hatts off to u jagruthi...such a wonderful presentation n wht a muahhhhhhhh dish this is....tempting my tongue to hve it from the pretty click itself...

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