Cheesecake with amaretti biscuit base recipes

Baked lemon ricotta cheesecake

Baked lemon ricotta cheesecake

You could use a little brandy or rum if you prefer, I guess it would also work with a little amaretto liqueur to compliment the biscuitbase
Zero Degrees Craft Brewery, Reading

Zero Degrees Craft Brewery, Reading

For my companion, the Cherry and AmarettiCheesecake which came with crumbled amarettibiscuits, ice-cream and a garnish of strawberries
No-Bake Amaretto Cheesecake

No-Bake Amaretto Cheesecake

Amarettibiscuits and lashings of sweet amaretto liqueur paired with creamy soft cheese work so well together, this creation has gone straight to the top of my favourites list and I will be making this again and again
Mini Amaretto Cheesecakes

Mini Amaretto Cheesecakes

I did this in a food processor but you can also use a rolling pin (with the biscuits in a plastic food bag)
Chocolate & Amaretto Torte

Chocolate & Amaretto Torte

Using the back of a spoon, spread the crushed biscuits and butter mix to the bottom of a cheesecake tin (even if it is not stick, I recommend lining it with baking parchment first)

Lemon amaretti cheesecakes recipe

Prepare the biscuit crumbs by placing in a freezer bag and crushing with a rolling pin. Top each cheesecakewith some strips of lemon zest and brush gently with the apricot glaze

Honeycomb and amaretti cheesecake

put the rhubarb, sugar, and vin santo in a pan with a splash of water. crumble the biscuits and the honeycomb bar and mix in enough of the melted butter to help the mixture stick together

Lemon cheesecakes

To serve, decorate the top of each cheesecakewith white chocolate shavings and a few wild strawberries and serve the raspberry coulis separately, if using

Torta di amaretti e apricots

To make the base, crush the biscuits into fine crumbs. Stir in the apricots and crushed amarettibiscuits and finally fold in the cream

Ricotta and raspberry cheesecake

Crush the biscuits into breadcrumb-sized pieces either in a food processor or inside a sealed freezer bag with a rolling pin