How to make an incredible chocolate Easter cheesecake

This Easter cheesecake recipe is a great way to use your Easter chocolate. It’s an elegant Easter dessert, perfect to finish off your Easter menu. It’s completely delicious, and since it’s made the day before it will take the stress out of your preparation.

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How to make an easy Easter cheesecake

This beautiful Easter dessert recipe is dripping with chocolate caramel sauce and piled high with Easter eggs. The easy cheesecake recipe should be made at least the day before, so it's a perfect make-ahead dessert to take the stress out of the Easter weekend.

To make this dessert, begin by preparing this Baked Vanilla Cheesecake recipe. This basic cheesecake recipe makes a luscious cake that’s rich in flavour with the perfect creamy texture. See the video below to see how to make the basic cheesecake and then turn it into a dessert fit for an Easter feast.

The choc-caramel sauce is what really turns the basic cheesecake into a show-stopping Easter dessert. Get the full recipe for the sauce below, and then pile up some Easter eggs and treats for decoration.

How to make chocolate caramel sauce

The ingredients for the chocolate caramel sauce are as follows:
  • 180g bar Caramello chocolate, broken into pieces
  • ½ cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • ¾ cup thickened cream
  • 20g butter
Place all ingredients into a pan over low heat. Stir until smooth and combined, about 3-4 minutes. Transfer to a heat-proof jug and refrigerate until cool. You should now have a lovely thick choc-caramel sauce.
The next step is a great time to bring the kids in for some Easter decorating fun! Let them pour the sauce all over the cake, any sauce that drips down the sides will give it a rustic feel. Decorate with Easter eggs, chunks of honeycomb and chocolate wafers. 
Your Easter dessert is ready to serve! This indulgent cheesecake recipe is sure to impress your guests. Click below to get the full written recipe and save it to your collection.
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