A proud Australian mom revealed how her 11-year-old daughter made it into a delicious Caramilk birthday cheesecake – after finding an easy-to-follow recipe online.
The mother posted photos of the finished product on Facebook, although many could not believe that the beautifully presented cake was made by a child.
She was proud of her daughter for “mostly” following the recipe herself, but admitted that the caramilk icing never made it to the cake because it had separated.
A & # 39; proud & # 39; Australian mom revealed how her 11 year old daughter made her a delicious birthday cake – after finding an easy-to-follow recipe for caramilk cheesecake online
"Of course Mumma Bear helped, but she was so sweet and independent," wrote the mother.
"It was demolished because it was so divine that most went back for seconds," she said.
The top of the cake was artfully decorated with fresh fruit by the boy.
"When the Caramilk cream was made, it was whipped unattended for too long and began to separate so we didn't use it," said the girl's mother.
The cake can be made according to the recipe two days before serving and requires nice cookies, butter, coconut, caramilk chocolate, caramilk cream cheese, regular cream cheese, brown sugar, vanilla, sour cream, eggs and thickened cream.
It consists of three parts – the base, the filling and the glaze. And is completed in just seven steps using the popular recipe.
People were amazed at the young girl's cake and said it looked "professional".
The cake was made by the 11 year old with an "easy to follow recipe" and "a little help from mom".
The cake has three parts, the base, the filling, and the cream, which the 11-year-old didn't use. Instead, he chose fruit
“What a great little baker! My 31-year-old I can't make a baked cheesecake without it cracking, ”said a woman.
Another woman jokingly asked if the child had "delivered".
Caramilk cheesecakes have become popular over the past year with hundreds of Australian cafes and home cooks making indulgent cheesecakes made with the famous Cadbury chocolate blocks.
Not only is the dessert delicious and a crowd puller, it's also easy to prepare as it requires no oven time and minimal ingredients.
Photos of the elaborate desserts have flooded social media since the block was reissued in Australian supermarkets, ranging from Maltese topped cakes to caramel creations.
Hundreds of Australian cafes and home cooks bake indulgent Caramilk cheesecakes with the famous Cadbury chocolate blocks
Not only is the dessert delicious and a crowd puller, it's also easy to prepare as it requires no oven time and minimal ingredients
The cake can be made from a few ingredients, including cookie crumbs, butter, cream cheese, vanilla essence, condensed milk, and Cadbury Caramilk chocolate.
An online recipe also uses a caramilk-flavored cream cheese, although this product is not available in certain Coles and Woolworths supermarket stores.
Some home bakers opted for cheesecake slices instead of a classic round dessert and decorated the top with other chocolate.
Although Cadbury's Caramilk chocolate has become a popular confectionery candy in Australia, it currently remains a limited edition product.
Although Cadbury's Caramilk chocolate has become a popular confectionery candy in Australia, it currently remains a limited edition product
The cake can be made from a few ingredients, including cookie crumbs, butter, cream cheese, condensed milk, and Cadbury Caramilk chocolate
One woman wrote on the popular Facebook group Mums Who Cook and Bake, revealing the simple recipe she used to make the cake.
Melissa admitted she had never made a cheesecake before but was very happy with the end result and said it tasted "so good".
She also added a caramel & # 39; Dulce de Leche & # 39; on the cake, a Latin American confection made from sweetened milk and available at Woolworths for $ 6.
An online recipe uses a caramilk-flavored cream cheese, although this product is not available in certain Coles and Woolworths supermarket locations
The recipe itself involves combining cookie crumbs and butter and applying the mixture firmly in a baking pan.
Then combine the remaining ingredients with an electric mixer and pour the crumbs into the can.
Chill the cake for three hours or until it sets, then decorate as desired and serve.
Other cafes across Australia, including Simply Bliss Bakehouse in New South Wales, have already shared pictures of their Caramilk cheesecake customers for them to buy.
HOW TO MAKE CARAMIL CHEESE CAKE
1.5 cups (175 g) sweet cookie crumbs
125 g butter, melted
500 g Philadelphia
400g of condensed milk can be sweetened
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
3 teaspoons of powdered gelatin dissolved in 1/4 cup of boiling water
Cream cheese or cream cheese with a caramilk flavor
Cadbury Caramilk Chocolate
1. Combine the cookie crumbs and butter, then press them into the bottom and 3/4 of the way up the sides of a buttered and lined 8-inch round springform pan
2. Mix the Philly with the condensed milk and vanilla until smooth. Stir in gelatin mixture.
3. Pour the mixture over the prepared base and refrigerate for three hours or until set.
4. Decorate and serve as desired
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