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Chocolate cheesecake squares
Chocolate cheesecake squares
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This is a homemade chocolate cheesecake prepared in a slightly different way than the traditional cheesecake. The bottom is made with pink biscuits from the region Reims in France. The closest you can come to these biscuits are pink lady fingers. Instead of serving a full round cheesecake this recipe prepare the cake in small single portions instead.

Ingredient List for 12 servings:
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200 gr Cream cheese Philadelphia
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90 gr Butter
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2 Eggs
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2 tablespoons Sour cream
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100 gr Dark chocolate
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200 gr Biscuits rose de Reims
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80 gr Sugar
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1 teaspoon Cacao powder
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30 gr Candied orange peel
Oven temperature:
150 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Cover the bottom and edges of a rectangular baking form.
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Melt the butter in a casserole or in the microwave.
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Crush the biscuits in to crumbles and mix it well with the melted butter.
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Pour the mixture evenly in the baking form so it covers the bottom, press it so you have a compact cake bottom.
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Preheat the oven at 150 degrees Celsius.
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Melt the chocolate in a casserole on low heat.
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Mix the Philadelphia cheese and the sugar soft with an electrical mixer.
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While stirring add the eggs and the sour cream.
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Cut the candied orange peel in small pieces.
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Stir gently and add the melted chocolate and the Orange jam in the mixture.
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Pour the filling on top of the biscuit bottom, and place the baking form in the middle of the oven for 45 minutes.
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Take out the cake and let it cool down before taking it out from the form. Sprinkle it with the cacao powder.
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Cut the cake in small squares or rectangles, and decorate them with some chocolate bites of your choice.
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