Chocolate Cheesecake Slice (GF, TMX)

Happy birthday MUM!!

made this today for mum's birthday :) original recipe here

unfortunately even though the skewer came out clean and the slice looked clean, only the outside pieces were cooked and the middle 6-8 pieces were definitely not. in fact when i removed all the pieces around them to put in a container to take to mum's the top half slid off the bottom half of some of the pieces lol the picture above shows the slice on the rack upside down - it's so sloppy in the middle i can't even turn it over!!!

at least what i gave mum was cooked fine :)

so, i doubled the recipe and put it in a quite large tray, but it still came out quite thick, probably 4cm thick. I think next time i would double the cream cheese part (as it was quite thin) and cook 150% of the chocolate part. I'll put the quantities in the recipe for 100%, 150% and 200% ;D

this slice was perfect for gluten free baking, you'd never know it was!

185g (280g, 370g) butter, cubed
25g (40g, 50g) cocoa
220g (330g, 440g) sugar
2 (3, 4) eggs
160g (240g, 320g) plain gluten free flour
250g (380g, 500g) cream cheese, softened
75g (110g, 150g) sugar, extra
5g (10g, 15g) vanilla
1 (1, 2) egg, extra

Melt butter with cocoa, 90'c, speed 2 for 3 or so minutes

add sugar and turn onto speed 3, add eggs through lid one by one

Add flour, and mix for 10 seconds on speed 4-5. scrape down sides of bowl and mix for another 10 seconds speed 4-5

Pour mixture into lined lamington tin.

Clean bowl with water (20 seconds speed 8) and empty out.

Add cream cheese, vanilla and extra sugar and extra egg. Mix speed 3 til the cream cheese is no longer a solid lump and then turn up to speed 4 and mix for around 20-30 secs

Pour over chocolate mixture, swirl through with knife for marbled effect.

Bake in 180C oven 40 (or so) mins, cool in tin, cut when cold

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Spencer @ Moo-Lolly-Bar said...

Great Recipe! I'm sure you Mum would have loved it. I certainly would.

brazen's crafts said...

it is yum that's for sure!