30 April, 2017
Amazingly Easy Galaxy Cheesecake Tarte
An intergalactic treat!
This galaxy cheesecake tarte is wonderful for those who love the space and the galaxies! It’s a delicious and tasty dessert to complete your meal. I got the recipe from a friend and I tried to make them later in the evening. The results were amazing! I love its fantastic taste!
If you want to try something unique for a dessert, try this recipe. It’s extremely easy and fun to make as you mix those startling colored creams! Enjoy!
Please scroll down below to see the full printable recipe for this delicious dessert recipe!
Amazingly Easy Galaxy Cheesecake Tarte Recipe
- 140 g biscuits
- 10 g black cocoa powder.
- 60 g melted unsalted butter.
- 60 g marshmallows
- 80 g cream cheese
- 60 g milk
- 5 g (1 teaspoon) lemon juice
- blue, red, and black food coloring
- pearl, silver, or white cake sprinkles
To Make Tarte Base:
Finely crush 140g of biscuits.
Mix in 10g of black cocoa powder.
Mix in 60g of melted unsalted butter.
Pour the mixture from Step 3 into a tart mold, and using something like the bottom of a cup, firmly press the mixture into the shape of the mold.
Leave to cool in the fridge.
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees.
Bake for 15 minutes.
To Make The Cheesecake Filling:
Place 60g of marshmallows in a heat resistant container, add 80g of cream cheese, and heat in a 600w microwave for 1 minute.
Mix with a whisk. If there are any unmelted parts, heat in the microwave while keeping an eye on it.
Stir in 60g of milk.
Stir in 5g (1 teaspoon) of lemon juice.
Distribute among containers.
Add color to your liking. This time I opted for blue, red, and black food coloring. I think leaving some areas of unmixed color helps create a spacey vibe. As we'll be using it adjust the color, also leave some white.
Pour the mixture from Step 13 into the base from Step 5. It's best to start with the darker colors. Adding the mixture in a fixed direction helps create the right look. Without fussing over it too much, using something like the back of a spoon, brush gently to adjust the design.
Add dots randomly using the white mixture. Sprinkle pearl, silver, or white cake sprinkles to add to the spacey vibe.
Leave to cool in the fridge for about 1 hour.
The design is a matter of sense and luck. That's something to be enjoyed while making it. To those who say, "It doesn't look like space," I'll leave it to Saint Seiya to reply. "Have you ever felt the Cosmos inside you?!
Recipe From: youtube.com