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Strawberry and Champagne Aphrodisiac Cheesecakes for Valentine's Day

Uncategorized | February 9, 2014 | By

Baking is off the agenda at the moment with my temporarily limited kitchen facilities. So I had to think creatively to ‘cook’ up some Valentine’s treats.

Duerr’s sent me a jar of their limited edition Aphrodisiac Jam, as well as containing strawberries and champagne it has some Horny Goat Weed added which is, apparently, a natural viagra!  Strawberry and Champagne Aphrodisiac Cheesecakes (no bake)Makes 46 McVities Digestive biscuits (crushed)50g butter, melted1 teaspoon cocoa powder100g full fat cream cheese1 teaspoon caster sugar100g Duerr’s Aprodisiac Jam Whipped cream (optional)four silicone cupcake cases   1. Mix the crushed digestives with the butter and cocoa powder. 2. Divide between the four cupcake cases and press up the sides to create a cup, refrigerate for at least half an hour until firm.

3. Put the cream cheese and sugar into a bowl and mix together with a wooden spoon. Divide between the cupcakes and refrigerate for another 30 minutes.
4. Place a couple of teaspoons of Duerr’s Aprodisiac Jam on top of each mini-cheesecake and return to the refrigerator.
5. Just before serving, remove from the silicone case and, if liked, top with a swirl of whipped cream.
 
without cream
 
 
with cream
I was concerned that the cheesecakes would be too sweet, but they were actually really delicious. I can’t vouch for the aphrodisiac qualities of the jam, but it certainly tastes good!
 
I’m entering this recipe for a slew of Valentine themed blogger challenges:
 
Treat Petite is the sweet treat challenge brought to us by Cakeyboi and The Baking Explorer hosted this month by Mr Cakeyboi and the theme is ‘Loved Ones’.

Four Seasons Food Feburary Challenge is ‘Food from the Heart’ the challenge from Delicieux & Eat Your Veg and hosted this month by Anneli at Delicieux.

Let’s Cook Sweet Treats for Valentine comes from Simply.Food and is all about preparing delicious treats to woo your loved one.

The theme for Tea Time Treats is chocolate so I’m sneaking this in as it does have a teaspoon of cocoa powder in the biscuit base! Tea Time Treats is the blog challenge run by Lavender and Lovage and The Hedgecombers and this month it is hosted by my friend Karen at Lavender and Lovage.

Family Foodies is in the mood for ‘luurve’ and this cheesecake is as good a foodie cuddle as you could possibly want. Family Foodies is the challenge run by Eat your Veg and Bangers and MashI was provided with a jar of Duerr’s Aprodisiac Jam I was not paid for this post and all opinions are my own.
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    Stuart Vettese
    February 9, 2014

    That jam sounds filthy 😉 and your treats look delicious! Thanks you for entering them into Treat Petite Janice

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    belleau kitchen
    February 10, 2014

    um, what a GENIUS idea… no baking, barely any time to prep… looks and I bet, tastes INCREDIBLE… what's not to like… love this Janice! Gorgeous piccies too!

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    Nayna Kanabar
    February 10, 2014

    Looks amazing and so tasty.Thankyou for sending it to lets cook sweet treats for valentine.

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    Sarah Trivuncic
    February 10, 2014

    Great idea – I am impressed you're still managing to blog a recipe during kitchen chaos – I only ate tilda microwave rice when ours was out of action. Hope the end is in sight!!

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    fiona maclean
    February 10, 2014

    you know what janice, your kitchenless phase might well give me a few things I CAN make, like these!!!

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    Nazima Pathan
    February 10, 2014

    oooh these looks delicious! and I do love mini cakes like these. Relatively low on guilt factor!

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    Ren Behan
    February 11, 2014

    I can honestly say I've never tried or come across any jam containing horny goatweed! Lucky Valentine 🙂

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    Jane Sarchet
    February 11, 2014

    Ooo err missus! Those horny goats certainly make a fine looking cheesecake!
    Janie x

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    Karen S Booth
    February 12, 2014

    A JAM with APHRODISIAC properties, helloooo! FAB recipe too, never mind the passion, I would love to see this on my table, and thanks for linking up to Tea Time Treats too Janice! Karen

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    Morgan @ Peaches, Please!
    February 15, 2014

    Heh. Horny Goat Weed. I'm going to be laughing about that for a while. Beyond that, strawberries and champagne is one of my favorite jam combos.

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    Choclette
    February 17, 2014

    Horny goat weed in jam? That is hilarious Janice – whatever will they come up with next? Your cheesecakes sound thoroughly delicious though.

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    Kath
    February 18, 2014

    Ha ha Horny Goat Weed, that is brilliant! The tarts look delicious and I like the no bake approach.

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    Tina Anand
    February 21, 2014

    They look delicious. Never heard of horny weed before but it did make me chuckle 🙂

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    Anneli Faiers (Delicieux)
    February 23, 2014

    Horny Goat Weed??? That is an amazing name for an aphrodisiac 🙂 These look really delicious and fun. But I am just fascinated yo know more about this strange Goat Weed! Doesn't sound all that sexy I must say! Thanks for entering these into Four Seasons Food – they sure tick the box for this months theme. x

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