Friday, October 21, 2011

Bake Apple Stuffed Cheesecake


 Don't judge a book by its cover. You may not know what's hidden inside. This is how I described my bake apple with cheesecake. Some might think that it's just another boring bake apple but some may find it interesting. For me it's simply intriguing with a lovely surprise in a  baked apple...... cheesecake filling in a baked apple  ! How COOL is that !



A moment with Jane 

Colonel Brandon, the friend of Sir John, seemed no more adapted by resemblance of manner to be his friend, than Lady Middleton was to be his wife, or Mrs Jennings to be Lady Middleton's mother. He was silent and grave. His appearance however was not unpleasing, in spite of his being in the opinion of Marianne and Margaret an absolute old bachelor, for he was on the wrong side of five and thirty; but though his face was not handsome his countenance was sensible, and his address was particularly gentlemanlike.

Sense & Sensibility - Jane Austen (1811)




Bake Apple Stuffed Cheesecake
Adapted from Cheesecake by Keda Black 

Ingredients serve 4:
4 Golden apples
1 vanilla bean ( cut into 4 parts )

Base cheesecake crust:
10g graham biscuits (
1 tbsp gound hazelnut
5g butter

For cheese filling:
200g cream cheese
50g thick cream
65g light brown sugar + some for topping
1 egg
gound cinnamon

Method:

1) Preheat oven at 180°C & grease baking pan . In a food processor , combine graham biscuits  with butter & ground hazelnut till resemble crumb . Just what you do for a cheesecake base basically . With a spoon , press crumb mixture into the bottom of the apple . Set aside .

2) In a large bowl , beat cream cheese, thick cream, egg & brown sugar till well combined . Pour  the cream cheese mixture into apples till it reach the top .  Add in cut vanilla in each apple (just as shown below) , sprinkle some brown sugar & cinnamon over the apples . Bake for 30 mins . Enjoy









 Apples from our apple Orchard.


4 comments:

  1. Love baked apple and look delicious, and love your roses plate!! have a nice weekeend, gloria

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  2. What a brilliant idea, so creative! I'm sure it tasted delicious.

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  3. Thanks again Gloria. Those plates are vintage , found them in a brocante. I love vintage plates :)

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  4. Thank you baking addict. It's quite a surprise that it turned out really good. I was worried that the cheesecake will not cook. But it's worth taking the risk. The result is amazing :)

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