Malteaser Cheesecake

Another post, another cheesecake! I am a big fan of a no bake cheesecake and it is always my ‘go to’ if I’m hosting. It’s so easy to make but soo delicious. This time it’s a Malteaser version perfect for any chocolate lover!

This time I’ll dive straight into the recipe. I think there are many versions of Cheesecakes on here so no need for a running commentary on how much I love them for the 100th time- enjoy!

If you like this why not try my Chocolate Orange Cheesecake or Ferrero Rocher?

Recipe adapted and inspired by Greedy Gourmet



  • 350g Chocolate Digestives
  • 150g Margarine or Butter
  • 400g Cream Cheese
  • 100g Icing Sugar
  • 1 Teaspoon of Vanilla Essence
  • 300ml Double Cream
  • 150g Malteasers
  • Extra Malteasers and Milk Chocolate to decorate


  1. Crush the chocolate digestives up by placing them in a food bag and hitting it with a rolling pin until the biscuits are all crushed and there are very little big bits
  2. Melt the butter in the microwave then add to the biscuits and mix well
  3. Pour the buttery biscuit crumb into a 23cm springform tin and using a back of the spoon compact the biscuit in until evenly spread. Place in the fridge whilst you make the filling
  4. To make the filling, sieve the icing sugar into the bowl then using a hand held electric whisk, beat in the cream cheese and vanilla essence
  5. In a seperate bowl beat the double cream until it forms soft peaks then, fold into the cream cheese
  6. Place the Malteasers into a plastic food bag and smash using a rolling pin again. Fold into the cream cheese mix
  7. Pour the filling over the biscuit base and place the tin back in the fridge. Leave to set, preferably over night
  8. To decorate I crushed up Malteasers and sprinkled them in the centre. Then melted some milk chocolate and using a teaspoon flicked the chocolate on top of the cake


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