1 packet cream cheese
1 cup Nutella
1 packet Oreo Biscuits
2 tablespoons Butter
200 grams Condensed Milk
1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
For the Nutella Ganache
150 grams Cream
3 tablespoons Nutella
Crush the biscuits into fine breadcrumbs
Melt the butter then add to the crushed biscuits, mix altogether then spoon into serving glasses. Press down with glass then place in the fridge to set for 15 mins
Mix together the cream cheese and condensed milk in a bowl, then add the nutella and mix. Using an icecream scoop, place the chocolate cream mixture into the glasses ontop of the biscuit mix. Give the serving glass a tap to level out the mixture. Leave to set for one hour.
After the cheescake has set, it’s now time to make the ganache. Melt the nutella and cream together in the microwave until combined. Spoon over the cheescake mixture and leave to set for 2 hours. Once set, garnish with a fererro Rocher chocolate
Video recipe here:
Recipe taken from James Martin on the BBC Good Food website.
- 200g plain chocolate, broken into chunks (use one with a low cocoa content – we used Waitrose plain Belgian chocolate)
- 200g butter
- 200g light brown muscovado sugar
- 100ml soured cream
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 200g self-raising flour
- 5 tbsp cocoa powder
- hundreds and thousands, to decorate
For the icing
- 100g plain chocolate
- 170g can condensed milk
- 100g butter
- Heat oven to 160C/140C fan/gas 3. Line a 22 x 22cm square tin with baking parchment. Put the chocolate, butter and sugar into a large pan with 100ml hot water and gently melt together. Set aside for 2 mins, then stir in the soured cream followed by the eggs. Finally, stir or whisk in the flour and cocoa until lump-free, then pour into the prepared tin. Bake for 50-55 mins until a skewer comes out clean. Sit the tin on a wire rack to cool.
- Meanwhile, make the icing. Gently melt together icing ingredients in a heatproof bowl set over a pan of barely simmering water, then chill or cool until spreadable.
- To decorate, carefully turn out the cooled cake and peel off the baking parchment. Spread the icing over the top and scatter with hundreds and thousands, then cut the cake into triangles or fingers before serving.