Teacup-Baked Cheesecakes are adorable to look at, but even more enjoyable to eat!
This one’s an amazing recipe and can be topped with ice cream, blueberries, peanut butter, nutella or anything you like! Teacup-Baked Cheesecakes are very flexible and just truly perfect for any occasion!
You can serve this on birthday parties, family gatherings, or when you just want to have something so good that you can pair with your afternoon tea!
This is one treat you wouldn’t want to miss! It is an easy peasy recipe to try. For sure your kids would love and enjoy this Teacup-Baked Cheesecakes recipe because the cheesecakes are so sweet and flavourful!
Preheat oven to 160 degrees.
Place six teacups on a flat baking tray.
Put a tiny dollop of syrup in the bottom of each teacup and place the butternut cookie on top (the syrup is to hold the biscuit down during cooking).
In a food processor, place the cream cheese, eggs, milk, sugar and vanilla. Process until nice and smooth.
Pour the mixture into each of the teacups, leaving a good 1.5cm room for rising in each cup (depending on the size of your teacup - you may be able to make more than 6).
Cook for approximately 25 minutes - top should start rising and will brown slightly. Turn off oven but leave cheesecakes in the cooking oven for another 20 minutes.
Recipe Hints and Tips:
- Teacup-Baked Cheesecakes are not suitable for freezing.
- Serve with a dollop of cream, ice cream, blueberries or anything you want, really!
- Will store well in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week.