Our Thermomix Mango Cheesecake is the perfect no bake dessert!
Over the summer months we go through a crazy amount of mangoes in our house as the kids (and my husband and I!) just can’t get enough of them! Although it’s tempting to just eat them all, sometimes we end up with a few too many, which gives me the perfect excuse to turn them into this easy peasy Thermomix Mango Cheesecake.
This is a deliciously soft cheesecake but is packed full of mango flavour. I like to decorate it with just a sprinkle of lightly toasted coconut on top, however you can also add some toasted macadamias or simply leave it plain if you prefer.
As this is a soft cheesecake, you do need to give it at least eight hours (preferably overnight) to ensure it’s completely set, but I promise you that waiting to eat this cheesecake is the hardest part of the entire recipe!
Thermomix Mango Cheesecake
Our Thermomix Mango Cheesecake really is the ultimate no bake dessert to make in your Thermomix!
- 250 grams plain biscuits eg Marie
- 150 grams butter
- 1/4 cup boiling water
- 1 tbsp gelatine powder
- 500 grams cream cheese softened
- 160 grams caster sugar
- 400 grams mango flesh
- 300 mls thickened cream 1 tub
Lightly grease the base of a 22cm springform tin and line the sides of the tin with baking paper.
Place the butter into your Thermomix bowl and cook of 2 minutes, 60 degrees, speed 2 to melt.
Add the biscuits and blitz for 5 seconds on speed 5 to crush and combine. Scrape down the sides of the Thermomix bowl and blitz for a further 4 seconds, speed 5 or until the biscuits have completed crushed and have combined with the melted butter.
Transfer the biscuit mixture to your prepared tin and push down with the back of a spoon to flatten the surface. Place the into the fridge until needed.
In a clean bowl, add the cream cheese (which has been chopped into large pieces) and caster sugar and mix for 20 seconds, speed 3. Scrape down the sides of the bowl and mix for a further 15 seconds, speed 4 or until it’s smooth and creamy. Scrape down the sides of the bowl.
Dissolve the gelatine into the boiling water and sit it to the side until needed.
Add the mango pieces and thickened cream and mix for 20 seconds, speed 4 to combine.
Scrape down the sides of the bowl and turn your Thermomix onto speed 4. Remove the measuring cup and slowly pour the gelatine mixture into your Thermomix with the motor running. Once you have added all the gelatine, mix on speed 4 for 20 seconds.
Scrape down the sides of your Thermomix bowl and mix for a further 20 seconds, speed 4. You want the mixture to be lovely and smooth.
Transfer the cheesecake mixture to the prepared tin and gently smooth the surface. Place the Mango Cheesecake into the fridge for a minimum of EIGHT hours (preferably overnight) to set before cutting into pieces to serve.
I used fresh mango pieces when making this recipe, however you can also use frozen/tinned mangoes, just remove the excess liquid before adding to your cheesecake mixture.
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