Blogmas Day 21 – No-Bake Mini Terry’s Chocolate Orange Cheesecakes.

Guys this is my final festive bake and that makes me sad because well it’s a no-bake but this will not be my last bake on my blog, no no no! Due to the great response my bakes have got I have decided to make baking on my blog a regular thing on my blog in the New Year and I am already streaming with ideas which I’ll let you in on in my final post of the year. Let’s just say I’m excited! So shall we get to it!


For the bases: 

  • 150 grams unsalted butter
  • 300 grams digestive biscuits or you can use hobnobs (which ever you prefer)

For the Cheesecakes:

  • 400 grams cream cheese
  • 300 ml double cream
  • 100 grams icing sugar
  • 300 grams Terry’s Chocolate Orange

For decorations:

  • A few spare Chocolate orange segments and a few of some chocolate shavings


Step One: To make your base – Melt your butter in a small pan over medium heat until fully melted, try not to burn it your first attempt. (make sure you have extra butter just in case and no I didn’t burn my first try, of course I did!)

Step Two: Pop your biscuits into a food processor and blitz them into small crumbs, or you can pop them into a food bag and bash the hell out of them with a rolling pin. Combine your breadcrumbs and butter until well mixed, tip this into your tin or glasses which is what I’ve used and press down firmly.

Step Three: To make your cream cheese filling – Melt your Chocolate orange in a bowl over some simmering water, stirring gently until it has fully melted. Once melted set aside to cool a little bit.

Step Four: Mix together your cream cheese and icing sugar until thick in one bowl and whip up your double cream in a separate bowl, once your double cream is whipped fold the double cream and cream cheese together.

Step Five: Now fold in your melted chocolate orange and whisk until thick.

Step Six: Pour your mixture on top of your biscuit base, smooth over the top, cover it and pop it into your fridge preferably over night but if you’re having a little party do this 4-6 hours before hand, so it’s set.

Step Seven: I decorated my medium cheesecake with a few left over segments that I used all my will power not to eat. On my mini cheesecakes I just grated a few left over bits of chocolate on top of each one.


Do you know those moments in life where you are just standing there and say to yourself, ‘Damn I made that’ well I had one of those moments with this cheesecake, I mean I’ve never made cheesecake before but this was so good, I shocked myself. And of course I made some mini cheesecakes which I topped with a little logo I made for myself, you know just in case I go into baking.


Do you love cheesecake if so what is your favourite? Let me know in the comments below. Also if you think I should make baking a permanent feature on my blog in the New Year I would really love some feedback on that! 

See you all tomorrow!

Peace & Love

Zoe x




17 Comments Add yours

  1. Fanna says:

    This looks yum! Can’t wait to try out this recipe! ❤


  2. Yuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmm I love choc, not fan of choc orange but I can change that. Ooooooooo I have just had a couple of ideas I am going to see if I can make it over the Christmas period and substitute choc orange with a Cadbury’s caramel or even chocolate peanut butter ones!! Thanks for sharing. Happy Christmas xx


  3. Hello Bexa says:

    Yum! ❤️ This looks absolutely delicious Zoe 😍. Thank you for sharing the recipe. I really want to do some baking over Christmas and this looks perfect to try ☺️ Happy Christmas 🎄 xx

    Bexa |


  4. pinkiebag says:

    Oh my goodness this looks so delicious and perfect for a Boxing Day treat. Sadly, no good for dairy free me.


  5. onedaydreamawaycom says:

    This looks yummy! Can’t wait to try it out


  6. glowsteady says:

    Ah this sounds amazing! Cheesecake was one of my favourite desserts when I ate dairy. I love orange chocolate too x



  7. Ciara says:

    This sounds delicious! I need to try these!

    Ciara |


  8. Lena Dee says:

    Oh myyy these look sooo delicious and mighty easy! Like seriously…I’m not a fan of cheese cake but I’m tempted to try!

    xx Lena |


  9. Lizzie Bee says:

    This sounds so delicious, and I love how it’s no-bake too (as I’m awful at baking!)


  10. Oh now this is ironic – i LOVE cheesecake and I bought a bag of Terry’s Chocolate Orange segments today (granted, they’re the Toffee Crunch ones but still!). I will definitely have to give this cheesecake a go! 😋


  11. Lisa's Notebook says:

    Chocolate and orange are my absolute favourites, a match made in heaven. And I love the look of these because there’s no baking. I truly admire your will power not to eat them before you photographed them though, I’m not sure I would have managed it 🙂 thank you for sharing such a yummy recipe X

    Lisa |


  12. This looks so delicious, I’m definitely going to give it a try!!


  13. I love the sound of this! I am a massive fan of Terry’s Chocolate Orange so would die for this! It sounds like such an easy recipe as well, perfect for me someone who can’t cook/bake very well. I must make this soon. Also, I am loving your recipe posts! They’re great and I’m glad you’re going to continue them into the New Year.

    Gemma |


  14. Yay so excited for more baking posts next year! I’ve loved reading all of yours and it’s made me want to get trying some new things. I love cheesecake and this looks delicious, chocolate orange YES PLEASE. i need to make this, this christmas x

    Tiffany x


  15. hudapervez says:

    Yummm! This looks so delicious, I’ve never tried chocolate orange cheesecakes although I do love cheesecakes and my favorite would have to be blueberry cheesecake! Good job! 😍💕


  16. Abbeylouisarose says:

    Hooray for baking on your blog becoming a regular feature – I am so pleased I’ll get to drool over your delicious creations even more in the future! Chocolate orange is one of my all time favourite types of chocolate so I will certainly be recreating the recipe! My sister, Mum and I are actually having cheesecake for our Christmas dinner dessert as none of us can stand Christmas pud haha!

    Abbey 🎅🏼


  17. I have to bake this!!! It sounds so yummy, I’ll be book marking this for sure, gonna keep it handy to reference later. I really need to get back into backing tbh, miss it so much.
    Jordanne ||


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