Among Mum’s recipe cutouts I found an article on Cheesecakes. It has four different types of bases, unbaked cheesecake recipes and a basic baked cheesecake with several variations. I’ve divided the article up and this is the unbaked cheesecake using ricotta cheese. I’ve also add a recipe from a Nestles leaflet which uses cream cheese and sweetened condensed milk, which is a bit different. I must admit I prefer a baked cheesecake, but an unbaked or refrigerator one is quicker to make and can taste just as good.
Personally I’m not mad about tinned strawberries, they always seem to be too mushy, despite that this recipe looks interesting. I think it would work with fresh or frozen strawberries which are a lot firmer. I’d try it with blueberries as well.
Here’s another recipe from the Pampas Pastry Finger Food Recipe sheet. I can imagine a glass of bubbly in one hand and one of these in the other – a great way to start a party off I reckon.
Mum collected this recipe from the Herald Sun cooking page, Checkout. The note with it says it was sent in by a lady from New Jersey in America. Just shows how even before the internet recipes were shared around the world.