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I don’t have much of a sweet tooth but I do love carrot cake with cream cheese frosting but it has to be well made otherwise it’s just shit. Other vegetable-based cakes can fuck off. Someone in work the other week made a vegan beetroot cake. It had the flavour and consistency of dirt. No thank you!

Coffee and walnut is something I can’t pass on though. I love anything coffee flavoured so this is a winner for me.

And I do like a bit of Jamaican ginger cake too. Gotta be a bit spicy but have that sweetness thrown in too.

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On ‎11‎/‎26‎/‎2019 at 1:51 PM, Lion_of_the_Midlands said:

I made a custard cream cheesecake during the UKFF blackout. Custard creams for the base obviously, with a very vanilla filling and then broken up custard creams for decoration. Absolute filth but tasty as you like. 

Did you remove the custard cream filing from the biscuits, or did it work as a type of binder for the base?

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I had a slice of Crème Brulee cheesecake on holiday that,despite probably taking 18 months off my life due to the sugar content, was proabably one of the nicest things I've ever eaten.

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25 minutes ago, Kaz Hayashi said:

Budget 65p strawberry swirl cheesecake from Aldi is the best all round desert. 65p for something that good is insane. 

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I bet it's never seen a cheese in its life. 

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36 minutes ago, BigJag said:

Did you remove the custard cream filing from the biscuits, or did it work as a type of binder for the base?

I didn't remove the filling. I blended the custard creams down to the consistency I wanted, emptied them out onto the bottom of the tin, added melted butter, then smoothed them onto the bottom of the tin before putting it in the fridge to set. 

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