New Zealand and Australia is currently in the grips of a Caramilk Frenzy! So I thought I would join in – oh boy you will love this Caramilk Cheesecake!
I am delighted to share with you the only cheesecake recipe you need. It is simple, delicious, creamy and very rich. The base is the same for all of my cheesecakes, I simply swap the chocolate for whatever we feel like. From white chocolate to Caramello, to Caramilk!
It uses just a few simple ingredients but the flavour certainly packs a punch, we love creating Cheesecakes as birthday cakes, and have learnt that sometimes one is never enough!
Last year the Cadbury Caramilk phenomenon took off when they brought back the chocolate from years gone by and I kind of missed the boat, I had a lot of ideas to try but before I knew it you couldn’t buy it anymore, well you likely could online for massive prices!! So this time I was determined to grab some so I could test out some recipes for you guys.
According to my sources at the always reliable Wikipedia, Caramilk was sold in NZ and Australia in the mid 1990’s before eventually being stopped. It is a caramel flavoured white chocolate. In 2017 it was released in New Zealand and everyone went crazy to get their hands on some. You could find it in Australia occasionally but at times it was 30 times the recommended retail price!!! So now in early 2018 they have bought it back.
I have also created a Caramilk Mud Cake recipe that is proving very popular for those that can manage to find some instore, however the bonus to this recipe is that it only uses one block of Caramilk rather than at least 3 in the other one. So perfect for those who have just a block or two lying around!
So onto the recipe, it is delicious, simple and takes little time to prepare, I use my Magimix to blitz up the biscuits and my food mixer for the cheesecake base as it makes the whole process much quicker, but you can simply crush the biscuits in a large ziplock bag and use a rolling pin, and if you have a hand mixer you can easily do the filling in a bowl.
I should add here this is in no way sponsored or endorsed by Cadbury, I mean if they want to reach out PLEASE DO, but this is just a recipe I have always wanted to try, and it worked out perfectly!
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