No Bake Mint Aero Cheesecake Recipe

If there is one thing to know about me, it’s my weakness for mint. Imperial mints, mint chocolate, mint ice-cream. If it’s minty, I love it! So when I came across the recipe to make my own mint aero cheesecake, how could I not do it {and eat it all myself!! Mwahahaha!}

This mint aero cheesecake is a no-bake recipe, super simple and insanely tasty! It can be rustled up with just 15 mins prep time and ready to devour within a couple of hours.

Ingredients:
 
2 1/2 oz butter
200g cream cheese {I use Philadelphia}
15 digestive biscuits {or more if you feel it necessary!}
250ml double cream
4 oz icing sugar
2 large bars of mint aero chocolate

For the base:

Melt the butter in a pan. As that’s melting, crush your digestive biscuits. Once the butter is melted, add to the crushed digestives & mix well. Line your cake tin with the biscuit base and press down to ensure they are well combined.

For the topping:
Mix your icing sugar & cream cheese together {either by hand or a whisk}, then make up your double cream {whisk it until you get soft peaks} and add it to your cream cheese & icing sugar mixture.
 
Bash the life out of your aero bars {great stress reliever!}, I find keeping them in the wrapper and giving them a few whacks with a rolling pin helps and add the crushed mint aero bars to your mix. Don’t use it all though {I know it’s tempting!} but put some aside to sprinkle on top before it goes into the fridge to set.
 
Add mint mixture to your biscuit base, smooth it out with a spatula, sprinkle it with the leftover crushed aero and put it into your fridge to set. It should be set & ready to enjoy in a couple of hours.

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Those few hours were SO insanely long for me. It’s like it knew I was waiting for it, so it {somehow} slowed down the space-time continuum just to torture me! But as that last second ticked passed, I opened that fridge door and BOOM! It was ready for me to enjoy! And enjoy it I did! Only a slice mind you, I didn’t eat it all by myself
{my kids would’ve hunted me down if I did!}.
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Any other mint lovers out there? What’s your favourite minty dish?

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29 Comments

  1. 15/05/2014 / 8:27 AM

    OH MY GOD! This looks like heaven on a plate, i’ve just started my diet again today so thanks for this 😛 haha xx

  2. Amy Squires
    15/05/2014 / 8:49 AM

    Mmmm this does look like heaven!

  3. 15/05/2014 / 8:30 AM

    I love cheesecake, I love mint choc. Mint choc cheesecake!? HEAVEN!!! x

  4. James Gibson
    15/05/2014 / 9:39 AM

    This has blown my mind seriously need this in my life! I’m going to attempt it this weekend my wife is away so ill be able to gobbLe it all ! I mean share with the kids :-p ha ha !

  5. 15/05/2014 / 9:29 AM

    I’ve neve rhd mint chocolate, and am not a big fan of cheesecake, but still this seems like quite an interesting recipe.

  6. Honest Mum
    15/05/2014 / 4:48 PM

    This looks amazing, nothing nicer than the marriage of mint, chocolate and cream! Yum! Thanks for linking up to #tastytuesdays

  7. Eileen Teo
    17/05/2014 / 8:32 PM

    Wow! That is amazing! Love it!

  8. Sophie at Franglaise Cooking
    19/05/2014 / 1:12 PM

    Why has no one every thought of making this before and marketing it?!? This is just heaven – mint, chocolate and cheesecake, I’m drooling here!
    #TastyTuesdays

  9. 26/04/2015 / 8:53 PM

    That’s a real shame Jane. Maybe the settings in our fridges are different?

  10. Rebecca
    07/05/2015 / 10:36 AM

    Hello! When it says 2 large aero bars, is that two of the 40g or 118g?

  11. 14/06/2015 / 5:22 PM

    This looks delicious!

  12. Four for the Road
    28/06/2015 / 1:47 PM

    Oh wow, sharing this straight away! I figure the more friends I share it with the more chance someone will make it for me. I’m making a Guiness cake tonight, it’s one of my favourites to make and eat.Lovin your blog x

    • 28/06/2015 / 8:33 PM

      Haha, thanks so much for sharing. The dessert is so damn delicious so enjoy! x

  13. 04/07/2015 / 10:29 PM

    OMG I have made this from this website it was sooooo nice. I made 2 and ate most of it opppps lol but you have to try it x

    • 05/07/2015 / 8:21 AM

      Haha! The first time I made this it was a little while off being set but I didn’t care as it tasted SO AMAZING! lol! Glad you gave it a go and enjoyed it Lauren! x

  14. Steven Montgomery
    26/07/2015 / 9:03 PM

    Just made this, it’s delish & I saved a few bob by getting the ingredients from aldi 🙂

  15. Stephen sproule
    01/10/2015 / 12:14 PM

    Hi. Thanks very much for the recipe. This might sound really stupid. But first time baking. What do you mean make up your double cream?

    • 02/10/2015 / 12:54 PM

      Hi there, just using an electric mixer {or by hand – but it takes longer} and whip it up until ready. You’ll know when it is.

  16. Zoe
    11/12/2015 / 3:01 PM

    I made this cheesecake on Tuesday. It was really simple to do and went down a treat with the family. This is definitely my new dessert now Thank you.

    • 12/12/2015 / 8:59 PM

      Aww I am so pleased to hear that you not only made it {isn’t it super easy!} but you loved it too. I will be making one for Christmas day dessert I think! 😉 x

  17. Shrawrdan
    22/12/2015 / 9:14 AM

    How would this be? 8″, 10″ or 12″. I’m looking to make a 12″ haha

  18. Yulanda armstrong
    21/07/2016 / 4:10 PM

    Hi going to make this at the weekend but just wanted to know what size of a biscult tin do you use

  19. 17/09/2016 / 10:47 AM

    Hi busy mum can this be frozen??

  20. Kara
    18/11/2016 / 3:09 PM

    Can I use Milk Chocolate digestive biscuits for the crust?

  21. Anna Taswar
    27/01/2017 / 4:54 PM

    Hi I was going to nake this on Sunday but i was just wondering, how long does it take to make the mixture and how long do you have to set it for approximately? Thank You xxx

  22. Safeera
    25/12/2018 / 12:00 AM

    I’ve been making this recipe for about 3 years so thought it’s about time I comment! Absolutely LOVE this recipe.
    Given I’m not as quick as to make it in 15 mins unfortunately, nonetheless it is super worth it and deffo so easy for the gourmet result! Amaaaaaingly light, refreshing and super moreish.
    Thanks for the recipe hon!

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