- 40 grams lemon juice
- 110 grams caster sugar
- 80 grams butter
- 2 eggs
- 1 package Philadelphia cream cheese (250g)
- 1 Pkt Butternut Snap Biscuits
Use the lemon butter ingredients and make as per the Thermomix Everyday Cookbook.
When finished, remove the butterfly and scrape down the bowl.
Add cream cheese (cut up into about 8 pieces)
Mix 5 secs / speed 3 just to bring it all together.
Mix again 10 secs / speed 7.
Place large paper patty cake liners into a muffin tray.
Put one Butternut Snap Biscuit in the bottom of each liner.
Spoon cheesecake mixture on top (about 2 dessert spoons each).
Freeze for at least 30 minutes or until set.
Mini Frozen Lemon Cheesecakes
Using light Philadelphia cream will make the mixture a little bit runny, but does not change the finished product or taste.
Remove from freezer 5-10 minutes before consuming.
If packing in the kids lunchbox, put in a sealed container, next to a freezer brick and add a spoon
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