Strawberry Cheesecake


Baked this beauty for my daughter’s birthday! No cheese, cheese cake! Yes! There’s no cheese, just yogurt, condensed milk and cream in equal quantities and baked in a water bath on a biscuit base. That simple yet so tasty!


For Biscuit Base

Digestives /Oreo/or any other of your choice

Salted or unsalted Butter enough to combine the crushed biscuits to make a wet crumble

For the Cheesecake

Ratio of cream,condensed milk, and Greek yogurt-1:1:1

For the topping 

strawberry jam or any other jam of your choice

Yesss!!! that’s all you need ,its that simple.


Biscuit Base

Crush digestive biscuits,into a powder.Add enough butter to make a wet crumble .see that the mixture can hold its shape for a while when you hols it in your palm.Press on the bottom of baking dish and keep in fridge for a about an hour until it hardens.


Pre heat oven .Mix all the above ingredients and pour on the firm biscuit base.Set in a water bath (a bigger baking dish/tray fill it with water ).Bake the cheese cake in the water bath for 20 mins @150 -180 degrees .Let it cool to room temperature then put in fridge to set and serve cold with topping of your choice.


I used strawberry jam diluted a bit with lemon juice and decorated with fresh strawberries.You can have a caramel topping or just use fresh fruits or crushed nuts .The options are just limited my your imagination .


Don’t press the biscuit base too tightly into the tin ,it gets a little too hard to cut ,you can also use a sponge cake base instead of the biscuit base.

Thank you  Suma Bhat for this awesome recipe 🙂


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Usha Rao says:

    Having tasted many of these first hand, I can say – it is yummy!!!


    1. sangipra says:

      Thank you Usha 🙂


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