The cake is called 3 flowers because the flavours are rose for the pink one, violet for the purple one and vanilla for the yellow one. I wasn’t sure if all these flavours go together, but they do and the cake was amazingly delicious.
For the last challenge for Great British Bake Off, I’ve made a 3 flavours cheesecake. The showstopper should be made from 3 baked cheesecakes, but that would be too much cheesecake, so I made only 1. I decided to make a no-bake one because I liked the recipe.
Ingredients for the base:
– 250g digestive biscuits
– 90g butter
Ingredients for the cheese cream:
– 500g full fat soft cheese
– 300ml double cream
– 80g icing sugar
– 1 teaspoon vanilla paste
– rose water
– violet flavour
– food colouring
– dried rose petals
For the base, melt the butter in a pan over medium heat. Put the biscuits in a food processor and blitz them, add the butter and pulse until combined.
I used a 24 cm springform cake tin for my cake, but a smaller one should work as well. Press the biscuits firmly into the base. Put the base in the fridge to chill while you make the filling.
With a spatula, beat the cream cheese and icing sugar. Add the icing sugar slowly. In another bowl, whisk the double cream until it forms soft peaks. Fold in the cheese.
Then divide the mixture into 3 bowls and add the flavours and food colouring. Add the food colouring a little at a time, so the cake will not become too colourful. The colours should be soft.
Place the dividers on the biscuit base. Don’t forget to butter the dividers so the cheesecake can be released easier. Using a spoon, put the mixture into the dividers and after that on the rest of the cake. Chill the cake for at least a couple of hours.
When you want to serve the cake, using a blow torch, slightly heat up the dividers so you can take them out.
I used a spoon to press them down gently while hubby was pulling the dividers. Then sprinkle the rose petals on top of the cake.
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