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February 16th, 2014 12 Comments

Mini Nutella Cheesecake

Mini Nutella Cheesecake
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Nutella cheesecake—one of the most iconic and popular Nigella Lawson’s recipe—is one of the most popular recipes on Rasa Malaysia. Ever since my contributor CP Choong shared her Nutella Cheesecake recipe here, we have gotten so many comments on successful attempts and questions about the recipe. One of the questions is whether or not we can adapt the recipe into a mini-sized Nutella Cheesecake, especially made for special occasions like parties, etc. So I asked my contributor to adapt the recipe and make it into mini Nutella Cheesecake, and I am so glad that she did. Just look at these gorgeous food porn, don’t you just want to eat them right off the monitor?

Mini Nutella Cheesecake

My 3-year old has recently acquired a liking of Nutella and this makes a very toddler (especially picky eater) friendly dessert. Nutella is choked full of hazelnut which is great, and cheese is generally nutritious for kids. Of course, you don’t feed your kids this type of dessert every day but once in a while, I think it’s fine. You can feel free to adjust the level of sugar to your liking so it’s not overly sweet as we all know too much sugar kills. Anyway, this mini Nutella Cheesecake is utterly sinful, delicious, and decadent. I only wished that my contributor lives closer so I could taste her creations. However, this is a super easy recipe to make because there is no baking involved, you just mix all the ingredients together, chill them and you have the most delicious cheesecake EVER!

Mini Nutella Cheesecake

Try this mini Nutella Cheesecake recipe, indulge and enjoy. If you want to make the traditional sliced Nutella Cheesecake, please click on the link. Bon appetit!

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12 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Karen says:

    Can you tell me what graham crackers are please

  2. Shila Das says:

    I use digestives biscuits or Marie biscuits

  3. Miryam says:

    Careful!!! Chopped hazelnuts for a 3 year old are very, very dangerous because the child could choke. Nuts should always be turn into powder.

  4. Sandy says:

    Do u use an electric hand mixer to make this mini cheesecake?

    • You can beat and mix with hand but I used a stand mixer on very low speed on this recipe. You can use hand mixer.

      After the cream cheese is beat smoothly on low speed, then add Nutella and just blend in, until just combined, on low speed.

  5. This beauty… I have made this very same one before and loved it so much (psst: I ate 1/2 of the cheesecake over the span of 1 week). Must make it again in small portions.

  6. mindy says:

    It depresses me so much to see you raving Nutella. It has to be one of the single GROSSest products on the market. Nothing but sugar sugar sugar cornsyrup, fake shortening,cornsyrup, chemicals. What is so difficult about making REAL hazelnut paste- grinding toasted hazelnuts to a paste and adding sugar to taste? So much for a healthier next generation……

    • Mindy – I actually like Nutella just like many people do, but of course, everything that is made from scratch will be the best. Perhaps I need to attempt the nutella recipe soon! :)

    • nutella says:

      what’s wrong with raving Nutella?not everyone has the time and passion like you to make REAL hazelnut paste. The trick here is to consume it moderately. Then it wouldnt have to be the single GROSSest product you deem so.

      To each his own. bleh.

  7. Felicia Dee says:

    I’m making these for a school project and was wondering if 2 1/2 hours would be enough time for the mini nutella cheescakes to set completely? Also are you able to remove them easily without cupcake liners?

  8. t1na says:

    Cheesecake and Nutella?? I know my roommate will love me now :)

  9. Lynn says:

    Bee, I could only find Honey Graham Crackers at FairPrice, couldn’t find any at other supermarkets…

    1. Is the honey version ok?
    2. If so, do I omit the powdered sugar?
    3. Is powdered sugar = icing sugar?

    Looking forward to your reply.

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