No-Bake Rose Cheesecake

There are day when you want to eat cheesecake but at the same time don’t want to bake. This cheesecake is a no-bake cheesecake. It is very easy to make, a no-brainer recipe.

ROSE? Yes! We’ll be using rose syrup for this recipe. It might sound weird but it actually taste nice.

All roses are edible. Miniature petals can be used for garnishing ice cream and deserts. For larger petals it can be used to garnish salads.

Rose flavoring is usually used in Indian or Mediterranean cuisine. Rose syrup is a syrup flavored with the scent of rose. It can be used as a dessert toppings and in baking pastries. It has a distinctive flavor and a delightful aroma of rose. In this recipe the syrup is added to the cream cheese.

 

Now let’s start!!

Ingredients:

1 envelope       KNOX Unflavored Gelatine

1/2 c                                                            Sugar

1/2 c                                             Boiling water

450 g                                           Cream cheese

15 T                                                   Rose syrup

150 g           Ready to use crushed grahams

Procedure:

  • Mix gelatine and sugar in small bowl. Add boiling water; stir 5 minutes or until gelatine is completely dissolved.
  • Beat cream cheese and rose syrup in medium speed until creamy. Gradually add gelatine mixture, beating until well blended after each addition.
  • Pour into pie crust.
  • Refrigerate 3 hours or until firm.

Video: No-Bake Rose Cheesecake

Source: http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/its-a-snap-cheesecake-61697.aspx

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(Here’s a picture of me with a slice of cheesecake!!)

 

ENJOY!~~

 

 

 

 

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