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Thursday 10 July 2014

Strawberry and Lemon Cheesecake Sundae

After the success of my Strawberry and Lemon Cheesecake at the weekend I decided to put together a quicker version, in individual portions (albeit very large portions) for a challenge by Mövenpick. The challenge is to create a Sundae using one or more ice creams from their range (available from Ocado), with a prize of a masterclass with The Langham's pastry chef and afternoon tea at The Palm Court.

I'm not normally a fan of Strawberry ice cream but this was not like any usual strawberry ice cream. Containing no artificial colours or flavours it is intensely creamy and tastes of real strawberries, rather than a strawberry flavour, and has pieces of real fruit, and lots of them. 

My sundae was made up of layers of crushed biscuits, lemon cheesecake filling, strawberry ice cream and fresh strawberries.
    Strawberry and Lemon Cheesecake Sundae
movenpick strawberry ice cream

Strawberry and Lemon Cheesecake Sundae - makes 2 sundaes

200g Full fat cream cheese
30g caster sugar + 1 tsp
Juice & zest of 1 lemon
200ml Double cream
handful of strawberries + 1 extra for decoration
2 Digestive biscuits, crushed
A few scoops of Mövenpick Strawberry ice cream
  • Beat the cream cheese together with 30g caster sugar and the lemon zest and juice
  • Beat the cream in a little at a time until well combined and smooth
  • Mix the strawberries with 1 tsp caster sugar and mash gently with a fork (reserve a little of the syrup for drizzling over the finished sundae)
  • Layer up the sundae as follows - biscuit crumbs, lemon mixture, crushed strawberries, lemon mixture, ice cream, lemon mixture, crushed strawberries, lemon mixture, ice cream, strawberry syrup, half a fresh strawberry

Strawberry and Lemon Cheesecake Sundae Strawberry and Lemon Cheesecake Sundae

I was provided with supermarket vouchers towards the cost of my ingredients, along with sundae glasses and spoons

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