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Pampered Chef Mini Aero Cheesecakes

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Pampered Chef Mini Aero Cheesecakes

Magic for your mouth – that is what these Pampered Chef Mini Aero Cheesecakes are! They are so easy to make – only take 10 minutes and are a fab recipe to pull out if you get unexpected guests as they are a crowd pleaser! I call them Pampered Chef Mini Aero Cheesecakes as I have used my Pampered Chef bakeware to make them but any tin will do. The Pampered Chef tins are particularly good though as they come in small ‘bite sized’ servings!

Pampered Chef Mini Aero Cheesecakes
Here’s what you need:

  • 180g tub of full fat Philadelphia (Don’t use the light one, it must be full fat or it won’t set)
  • 1 large bar of Aero chocolate
  • Betty Crocker Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix
  • a bit of icing sugar

…and the tools:

  • Pampered Chef Deluxe Mini Muffin Pan
  • Pampered Chef Mini Tart Shaper
  • 2 mixing bowls
  • Mixing spoon
  • Pampered Chef Easy Accent Decorator
  • Stackable Wire Cooling Rack

Ingredients for Pampered Chef Mini Aero Cheesecakes

Method:

  • Make the cookie mix up as directed
  • Place a small amount of dough in each well of the Deluxe Mini Muffin Pan
  • Bake for 8 minutes at 200 degrees
  • Remove from the cooker and press each blob with the Mini Tart Shaper
  • Don’t allow the bases to cool in the pan, it’s easier to remove them whilst hot and place on a wire cooling rack
  • Melt the aero pieces in a microwave
  • Mix the full fat Philadelphia with a little icing sugar in a bowl
  • Add the melted chocolate to the Philly
  • Put the chocolate mixture into the Easy Accent Decorator and pipe onto the bases

Cookie bases to dob with tart shaper

Pampered Chef Easy Accent Decorator

These treats are so gorgeous, but not slimming at all, so be warned!

Mini Aero Cheesecakes

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Comments to Pampered Chef Mini Aero Cheesecakes

  • The idea of combining aeros and cheesecakes sounds wonderful.

    Erica Price 4th November 2015 11:45 am Reply
  • Oh yum! I have that muffin pan and I love cheesecake, I think that’s a sign those will have to be made…

    Lauren 4th November 2015 12:00 pm Reply
  • Oh I love the sound of these, what a super idea. I bet you could add a dash of baileys in to make them super festive and adults only!

    Jen Walshaw (@Mum_TheMadHouse) 4th November 2015 8:24 pm Reply
    • What great idea Jen – I’ll try that this year, thanks!

      Nadine Hill 6th November 2015 11:49 am Reply
  • Oh yum these sounds absolutely delicious- what a great combo! x

    Sarah Bailey 4th November 2015 9:10 pm Reply
  • These sound delicious, although I’d have to substitute for another bubbly chocolate because I don’t do Nestle! I’m loving the look of that decorator tool, I’m terrible at icing so anything to help!

    Liz Burton 4th November 2015 9:18 pm Reply
  • These look and sound absolutely scrummy! I’m not sure I could nuke an Aero though..perhaps if I bought two bars I could.

    Anne 4th November 2015 10:50 pm Reply
  • This is no good for my diet young lady!!

    Kara 5th November 2015 3:18 pm Reply
    • I know – mine either! But they really are yum!

      Nadine Hill 6th November 2015 11:48 am Reply
  • they sound utterly delicious and totally sinful!! Yum!

    Sonya Cisco 6th November 2015 10:12 am Reply
    • They are – on both counts!!

      Nadine Hill 6th November 2015 11:47 am Reply
  • Yummy! These look tasty and easy to make!

    Joanne 6th November 2015 8:46 pm Reply
  • these sound delish, although I might be tempted to use mint aero as I love mint chocolate

    tanya 6th November 2015 8:49 pm Reply
    • Oh yes! They are equally as delicious – I’ve had them as mint too!

      Nadine Hill 6th November 2015 9:51 pm Reply
  • Oh YUM! These look amazing and I bet they taste delicious. The children would love them! Kaz x

    Ickle Pickle 7th November 2015 9:47 pm Reply

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