This recipe was e-mailed to me by my sister a couple of weeks ago. It is called a four minute cheesecake and it contains only 3 ingredients.
I was really curious to make it, but was not comfortable to make this for hubs, VG and Boykie. Firstly my hubby does not eat any yoghurt and yoghurt was the main ingredient. Secondly neither VG nor Boykie eat baked cheese cake and this cake was baked.
I decided to make this for a visit to BG. I thought if it was a disaster we could just discard it but if it was nice her housemates could eat it.
The cake was not set after the four minutes baking and I phoned my sister to find out whether she actually made this cake. Her response was that she made it, but actually baked it for six minutes! So I baked it for another two minutes and it still did not set. I left it for an hour until it was cooled completely and then placed it in the refrigerator and the next morning it was set beautifully.
We went to BG and we each had a small piece to start with and oh my word it was delicious! There was unfortunately not mutch left for her housemates, but I promisede to bake another one soon!
I can really recommend this for a quick and easy dessert or cake. Since it does not contain any cheese I have changed the name to yoghurt cake.
- 1 packet of tennis biscuits, crumbed
- 1kg yogurt (I used vanilla flavoured yoghurt)
- 1 tin of condensed milk
- Butter a dish suitable for microwave use and place the crumbed tennis biscuits in the bottom.
- Mix the yoghurt and condensed milk together and pour onto the crumbed tennis biscuit base.
- Microwave on high for 6 minutes (the original recipe says 4 minutes, but I would recommend 6 minutes)
- Cool completely and place in the refrigerator for 24 hours until completely set.
I am going to use granadilla yoghurt, the next time I make this and top it with granadilla pulp.