Thermomix Cheesecake Easter Eggs
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These no bake cheesecake easter eggs are made using the Thermomix and a leftover Twirl Easter Egg. Easy to make and sets overnight in the fridge.
If you love the idea of the cheesecake easter eggs seasonal trend, then give it a go with any Easter egg you have. We used a Twirl but will work well with a mini egg, caramel, maltesers and so many others.
Cheesecake Easter Eggs
Sofia and Jorge can spend hours and hours watching You Tube Kids if you let them.
To our amusement most of the videos are of other families doing the same things they do at home.
Playing with toys, cooking and having fun family days out.
Though Easter last year, what grabbed their attention was a video making a cheesecake and filling an easter shell with it.
They called me over and I said we have a spare Twirl easter egg in the garage, do you want to try that recipe tomorrow.
I got some nods, the next day they grabbed their favourite aprons and with face painting from the day before, they looked perfect for some Easter fun.
We then used the Thermomix to mix the cheesecake mix as it is so much easier and even our Boxer Allie, joined the party as she loves something sweet, though someone needs to tell her its mine not hers!
If you would like to make your own Easter egg cheesecake then follow along and lets make something amazing this Easter.
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What Are Stuffed Easter Eggs?
Stuffed Easter eggs, also known as cheesecake eggs, are when you split your easter egg shell in half and then fill the two halves with ingredients associated with a no-bake cheesecake.
Such as adding the crumbs for the bottom of the cheesecake (aka the biscuit base) followed by a no-bake cheesecake filling, then just like with a regular cheesecake you can then top it with some cute cheesecake decorations.
What Can I Fill My Easter Eggs With?
You can fill your Easter eggs when any no bake cheesecake filling. So think of any of your favourite chocolate and think of making a cheesecake filling from it.
That could be a mini egg cheesecake, maltesers cheesecake, caramel cheesecake or even something luxury like a lindt cheesecake filling.
We usually make our mini egg cheesecake recipe and then reduce the ingredients to allow them to fit in the easter eggs and then this becomes our go to recipe.
Is Cheesecake Made With Raw Eggs?
Yes, if it is a baked cheesecake. No, if you are making a no-bake cheesecake. A baked cheesecake needs the raw eggs in order to cook and set.
Whilst a no-bake cheesecake is all about double cream (known as heavy cream in the US) and how it is whipped to a thick consistency and then left in the fridge to set overnight.
If you are allergic to eggs then a no-bake cheesecake is ideal for you.
Which Is Better Baked Or No Bake Cheesecake?
I prefer the taste and texture of a no-bake cheesecake. But a baked cheesecake is easy to make and many complain that their no-bake cheesecake went wrong.
But if you look through the photos its all about that no-bake cheesecake filling being nice and thick like you see below. Achieve this and you have a great cheesecake.
Does Cheesecake Have Cheese In It?
Yes, cheesecake has cream cheese (known as soft cheese in the UK) and this is one of its main ingredients.
Though for the best cheesecake do use Philadelphia cream cheese as it is heavenly and also why you see many mentions for a Philadelphia cheesecake.
Thermomix Recipe #17
As I write this, the Thermomix is my latest kitchen gadget. It joins my air fryer, instant pot pressure cooker, slow cooker, pie maker, and soup maker, plus many others and I am looking forward to seeing how the Thermomix makes cooking even easier.
For fun I am sharing with you behind the scenes Thermomix recipes of the first 30 things I made with my new kitchen toy.
That way you can see if the Thermomix is for you and if these recipes will fit in what you like to make.
Today’s Thermomix filled easter egs recipe is Thermomix recipe #17. And don’t forget to catch up with Thermomix Choc Chip Cookies (recipe #1), Thermomix Buttercream (recipe #2), Thermomix Whipped Cream (recipe #3), Thermomix Rocky Road (recipe #4), Thermomix Playdough (recipe #5), Thermomix Hummus (recipe #6), Thermomix Pumpkin Soup (recipe #7), Thermomix Broccoli Soup (recipe #8), Thermomix Vegetable Soup (recipe #9), Thermomix Leek & Potato Soup (recipe #10), Thermomix Chicken Corn Soup (recipe #11), Thermomix Melted Chocolate (recipe #12), Nandos marinade in the Thermomix, (recipe #13), Thermomix Cheese Sauce (recipe #14), Thermomix Cauliflower Soup (recipe #15) and the last Thermomix recipe for Thermomix mini egg cheesecake.
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Easter Egg Cheesecake Recipe Ingredients
Biscuits – For the base of your filled easter eggs we recommend some digestive biscuits. You can quickly crush them using the Thermomix and they taste so good. Then along with the biscuits you will need some butter to mix with it.
Cheese – Philadelphia cream cheese is the BEST and I couldn’t imagine a cheesecake easter egg with another soft cheese.
Sugars – Then for sugars we recommend icing sugar (confectioners sugar) as it works really well on the cheesecake taste.
Cream – Then for that creamy texture and to make a filled easter egg set we are adding some double cream (heavy cream).
Vanilla – We also added some vanilla extract for extra flavour.
Chocolate – Of course, this cheesecake easter egg recipe is made from Easter egg supplies giving you a lot of choice of what chocolate you include.
Decorations – Then we finished off our cheesecake easter eggs recipe with decorating the cheesecake with some mini eggs, a chocolate bunny and a few other extras including some sticky sauce.
Then for the kitchen gadgets that we have used in this easter egg cheesecake uk recipe it has just been our thermomix.
How To Make Easter Egg Cheesecake?
We like to make it easier and to mix the ingredients in our Thermomix. If you don’t have a Thermomix you can use a kitchen aid mixer, a regular food processor or even an electrical hand mixer.
- Separating. Bring the whole chocolate egg to room temperature so its softer and then use a knife to separate into 2. Then place in the fridge for 30 minutes to harden it up and make it easier to add the fillings.
- Crumbs. I like to start by making the biscuit base. Add to the Thermomix your digestive biscuits and mix until it resembles breadcrumbs. Then add in melted butter stir and add to the bottom of your chocolate egg shells.
- Mix. Then add cream cheese to the Thermomix with the icing sugar and mix at medium speed until creamy. Then add the double cream (heavy cream) and the vanilla. Carry on mixing and then scrape the edges with a silicone spatula. Finally add in the chocolate and give it one last mix.
- Cool. Next pour your thick cheesecake mix into your chocolate shells and flatten down with your spatula for a neat look. Then drizzle with your favourite sauce and decorate with eggs. Place into the fridge for at least 12 hours though 24 hours is best.
And I am sure you can see now how simple and easy this easter cheese egg recipe is and why you should be doing the same.
More Delicious Easter Recipe Ideas
- Air Fryer Coloured Eggs
- Air Fryer Easter Cake
- Instant Pot Easter Devilled Eggs
- Instant Pot Lamb Chops
- Instant Pot Reheat Ham
- Instant Pot Easter Chocolate Cake
What Thermomix Settings Do You Use?
The easiest way to do this thermomix cheesecake no bake recipe is to use the manual settings.
The manual setting is perfect for mixing both the cheesecake mixes and for doing the crust base. You can be setting the time, and the speed all on one screen. Then it will beep when it is done.
For example, when we were making the cheesecake we mainly used speed 3 for 3 minutes most of the time.
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Thermomix Cheesecake Easter Eggs
- 175 g Digestive Biscuits
- 30 g Unsalted Butter melted
- 300 g Philadelphia Cream Cheese
- 150 ml Double Cream/Heavy Cream
- 75 g Icing Sugar/Confectioners Sugar
- 1 Tbsp Vanilla Extract
- Cadburys Twirl Easter Shell
- 4 Twirl Orange Fingers 2 packs
- 1 Tbsp Toffee Sauce
- 1 80 g Bag Mini Eggs
- 2 Easter Bunnies
- Bring the Easter egg to room temperature and then use a knife to separate, then place into the fridge for an hour to harden for when you are adding in the ingredients.
- Place the biscuits into the thermomix put it on speed 6 for 10 seconds and mix until they resemble breadcrumbs texture.
- Then transfer to a bowl with melted butter and mix.
- Remove the biscuit mixture and press down very gently into the bottom of your egg shells.
- Add to the Thermomix the cheese and sugar and mix on speed 3 for 3 minutes. Then add the cream and vanilla and mix on speed 3 for 3 more minutes.
- Then add in the twirl fingers and scrape down the edges with a spatula and give it one last mix on speed 3 for 3 minutes.
- Pour the mixture over your biscuit base and then use a spatula to flatten it so that there are no lumps.
- Then drizzle toffee sauce over the top, followed with mini chocolate eggs, an easter bunny, or whatever supplies you have on hand.
- Then transfer to the fridge and leave to cool for 12-24 hours.
Great idea and the kids really got stuck in and loved decorating there eggs, the filling tasted delicious and we loved it and so did the grandparents, thank you.