Cadbury's Roses No-Bake Cheesecake

I'm a little bit obsessed with making no-bake cheesecakes, I started making cheesecakes last year and quickly became hooked as I couldn't believe how easy they are to make. Now that we are all getting into the festive spirit as much as we can during a pandemic, I thought it was about time I made another cheesecake but this time with a Christmas theme, so behold the Cadburys Roses cheesecake. This cheesecake is made up of a milk chocolate digestives base,  chocolate cheesecake and topped with whipped cream and lots of those yummy Cadbury's Roses! To be honest you could use any festive chocolate you like, but I love Roses so opted for them!

What You Will Need - Biscuit Base
*250g Milk Chocolate Digestives
*80g Melted Unsalted Butter

What You Will Need - Cheesecake Filling
*250g Cream Cheese
*50g Icing Sugar
*150ml Double Cream 
* 65g Melted Milk Chocolate ( I Used Cadbury's)
* 65g Melted Dark Chocolate ( I Used Green & Blacks 70%)

What You Will Need - To Decorate
*150 ml Double Cream
*2 tbsp Icing Sugar
* Cadburys Roses

How To - Biscuit Base
1. Blitz up the digestives to a fine crumb and pour in your melted butter and mix until it feels and looks like wet sand then pop it in a spring form tin and press down firmly to pack those crumbs together. 
2. Pop into the fridge or freezer to chill/set whilst you work on the cheesecake filling.

How To - Cheesecake Filling
1. Melt your chocolate in the microwave in 30 second bursts, then set aside to cool slightly.
2. Pop the cream cheese and the icing sugar into a large mixing bowl and whizz together with an electric/standing mixer until smooth.
3. Once smooth, pop in your double cream and mix again until well combined and it's thickened.
4. Add in your melted milk and dark chocolate and mix to combine, you could also chop up some of the Cadbury Roses at this point and mix them through the cheesecake filling, I opted not too because of all the different variety's of cream fillings that Roses have. 
5. Heap the cheesecake mixture on top of the biscuit base and chill in the fridge ideally overnight however, I made mine first thing in the morning and left it to chill all day until dinner time and ours was fine. Basically the longer you can chill it the better!
6. Once the cheesecake has completely chilled and firmed up decorate how you like, I whipped up some double cream and added swirls on top then I popped a variety of Roses on top and voila!
And there you have it beaut's, a super chocolate-y no-bake cheesecake with a festive twist! This would be great to make for your Christmas Day dessert, I'll definitely be making one.



  1. I made my first cheesecake a few months ago, and loved it! They're so easy to do. I may have to give this one a go, as it looks so good! Thanks for sharing xx

    Hannah |

  2. Thanks for sharing, this cheesecake looks lovely :)

    Nic | Nic's Adventures & Bakes


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