A Creamy, Chocolatey, Sweet, and delicious No-Bake Galaxy Cheesecake using Galaxy Golden Eggs. Perfect non-bake for Easter, or for any time of the year!
Last year, I only discovered Galaxy Golden Eggs with two days to go before they stopped being sold. So, I was slightly heartbroken. I don’t even know why, but whenever I went into any supermarket, there weren’t any of these delicious beings! So therefore, I decided to go all out this year, and make a Cheesecake based on them.
Based on the idea of my No-Bake Honeycomb Crunchie Cheesecake I decided to use Galaxy Chocolate itself as the chocolate to melt into the cheesecake, so it made it even more delicious. I used slightly more than usual and it set so much better! I then thought that using the Golden Eggs would be delicious… but as I found a bar of the Galaxy Collection Salted Caramel in my cupboard, I knew I had to add that too!
A classic Jane twist of a drizzle of Melted Galaxy Chocolate, Whipped Cream, Sprinkles and the chocolate of choice (Golden Eggs, obviously!) I was set. Honestly? This is genuinely of the best cheesecakes I have made. I LOVE IT SO MUCH.
The recipe is on my youtube channel and that alone! I have decided that after the hopeful success of my first Baking Vlog the other day, that I would do some recipes just for youtube. This might be slightly controversial, but I really want you guys to enjoy watching my videos, and I would love my Youtube channel to grow. The recipe & method is in the description of the video for the bit of necessary detail, but the video is good enough in my opinion. So I hope this is okay with you all! I will still be putting pages on like this so that my recipe is more easily found, but all the details will be available in the videos!
The recipe will last for three days in the fridge!
Recipe & method available in the video below!
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