Hi Readers! I'm sorry that my Recipe Index is not available at the moment. If you need to check on my recipes, please click on the individual content next to Home or Category at the sidebar. ~ Thank you.
You are here:Home » Cheese Cakes » Green Tea Cheesecake (non-bake)

Green Tea Cheesecake (non-bake)

46 comments


Ingredients:

Biscuit crumbs : Use 150g Marie biscuits and 150g Melted butter
Method refer to Black Forest Cheesecake

Cream Cheese Ingredients:
250g Cream cheese
75g Icing sugar
70g Whipping cream or fresh milk
4g Green Tea powder
6 pcs Gelatine leaf
300g Whipped fresh cream
1/4 tsp Jasmine tea essence

Method:
  • Grease and line a 9" cake tin and press biscuit crumbs at the base of the cake tin.
  • Boil whipping cream and green tea powder at medium fire until thoroughly mix and sift-add 1/4 tsp Jasmine tea essence, leave to cool.
  • Soften gelatine leaf in cold water, squeeze excess water and put in double boiler until gelatine leaf melted.
  • Beat cream cheese and icing sugar together and slowly add in whipping mixture until smooth, then add in melted gelatine, mix well.
  • Lastly fold in whipped fresh cream with a hand whisk, fold well and pour into cake tin.
  • Let it set in refrigerator for at least 4 hours or overnight.
  • Remove cheesecake from tin, mix 1-2tsp green tea powder with 2 tbsp of snow powder and dust on cake.


46 comments:

Welcome to my humble blog and thank you for taking your time to comment. I love to hear from you.
Please identify yourself if you are under Anonymous so I know how to address you :)
Please DO NOT SPAM - it will be immediately removed upon our review.
All images contained within this site are the sole copyright of Anncoo Journal © 2009 ~ 2014
No images may be reproduced or used without prior consent.

  1. wow this is really nice. i bet it s delicious too. I like how you decorated it :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. I am also a big fan of green tea and this looks scrumptous!!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hi Peachkins,
    Thank you and thanks for visiting.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Beautiful and looks yummy!

    ReplyDelete
  5. I never try green tea cheesecake before but I am sure the green tea will make the cheesecake very refreshing.

    As usual, your cake is always nicely decrorated. I like the flower pattern on top. May I know u draw the pattern yourself and cut the shape or use precut one? Where to buy if it is precut?

    ReplyDelete
  6. Hi CBL,
    Thank you for your compliment.:)

    The design on top is acutually used by a cake stencil. Can get this from Phoon Huat~~there are 4 designs in a pack. (under wilton brand)

    ReplyDelete
  7. ahh.. actually i "bake" a cheesecake.. u can c from my facebook (i'll be posting up soon).. but the base is using oreo cookies..
    the cheesecake taste good.. but the crust n the cheesecake doesnt stick together.. any idea y har??

    Janice

    ReplyDelete
  8. I also don't quite understand. Maybe too little butter in the oreo. (sure have eggs in your cheesecake, right?) This never happened to me. Maybe too little butter in the oreo.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Hi,Annco
    Can I omit the Jasmine tea essence cause I can't find in Phoon Huat


    Thanks
    Lilian

    ReplyDelete
  10. Hi Lilian,
    Of course you can omit the Jasmine tea flavor. Actually you can get this from Sunlik.

    ReplyDelete
  11. That cheesecake looks amazing!! A green tea cheesecake is on my list of things to try.

    ReplyDelete
  12. Hi,Annco
    I have try to made the green tea cheese cake last night but is very soft can't cut it like yours.Just to ask u can I use Gelatine powder instead gelatine leaf and the Whipping fresh cream should I whip it?

    Lilian

    Tks

    ReplyDelete
  13. Hi Lilian,
    Of course you can use gelatine powder instead. You must whip up the 300g fresh cream. Did you whip it?

    ReplyDelete
  14. Hi,Annco
    i did not whip the whipping cream.Just stir inside the mixture.
    Were try to do again.If I put gelatine powder how much must I put?Tks a lot for the advice

    Tks

    Lilian

    ReplyDelete
  15. Hi Lilian,
    Maybe you can add 20g of gelatine powder, but firstly you must melt the gelatine powder before putting into the cream mixture. When you whip up the fresh cream, try to whip a little stiffer not the soft peak.

    ReplyDelete
  16. Hi,Annco
    OK were try to make again and were tell u the outcome.


    Thanks

    Lilian

    ReplyDelete
  17. hi,
    I have try the green tea cheese cake is very succeful but the top patten melt very easy.Why yr patten look so nice n not melt like my so messy.

    Tks

    Lilian

    ReplyDelete
  18. Hi Lilian,
    I'm very happy that you try my recipe.
    Anyway for the topping, you can mix 1-2 tsp green tea powder with 2tbsp snow powder and dust on the cake. Becse snow powder is not sweet nor melt. This can be applied to other cakes as well, like cocoa powder with snow powder.
    I'm sorry that I did not type this in my recipe,will update now.

    ReplyDelete
  19. hi
    where can I get snow powder? Is icing sugar? You have any baking class?

    Tks

    Lilian

    ReplyDelete
  20. Icing sugar and snow powder are different. You can get this from Phoon Huat.
    Yesterday I mentioned about the cocoa powder with with snow powder, the ratio is about 2:1
    Sorry I don't conduct classes but I'll try my best to answer all your questions.
    Happy baking!

    ReplyDelete
  21. I'm just wondering how you decorate the top. Would you be able to show me? Thanks.

    ReplyDelete
  22. Hi Indonesia-Eats: Thanks for coming to my site ;)
    I used the cake stencil (refer to my
    http://anncoo.blogspot.com/2009/11/cake-stencils.html)for the decor. Just place the stencil on top of your cake and dust icing sugar or cocoa powder over it.

    ReplyDelete
  23. Aha! Thanks...
    I have that kind stencil for latte.

    I'm not a baking person but I only bake probably twice a year.It's usually cheesecake (love pandan, berries or Japanese cheesecake), angel food cake and biscotti.

    Anyway, another questions. How did you make round lines on the surface? Is there another tool? Thanks, again

    ReplyDelete
  24. Yes, use the comb scraper. I really like to use this tool for most of my cakes like choc, mousse and birthday cakes. First of all place the cake on a turntable and hold the comb scraper up right on the cake. Start to turn the turntable at anti clock way and you get the nice round line.
    Take a look at the comb scraper at this site:
    http://cakestuff.bpweb.net/icing-comb-scraper-triangle-3-patterns-p-456.html

    ReplyDelete
  25. I found that scrapper at Michaels, but it was made from plastic. Thanks.

    ReplyDelete
  26. 這裡是快樂廚房〜即使用看的都幸福ㄛ !

    ReplyDelete
  27. Candy ~ 呵呵。。。你的廚房也有很多美食,每次都会令我流口水,只可惜我不能留言 :)

    ReplyDelete
  28. hi!where can i get the cutter?

    ReplyDelete
  29. Yammy~Cutter? You mean the cake stencil? Can get it at PH or Sunlik.
    Take a look at my http://anncoojournal.blogspot.com/2009/11/cake-stencils_27.html

    ReplyDelete
  30. sorry,i mean the scrapper!typo error,haha..

    ReplyDelete
  31. May i know what is snow powder?

    Regards,
    Michelle

    ReplyDelete
  32. Hi Michelle,

    Snow powder will not met nor sweet compare to icing sugar. But I really don't know what is the content of snow powder. Snow powder is available at at all ingredients shop here.

    ReplyDelete
  33. Hi,
    Pls advise how do you melt the gelatin powder...it is with warm water. When I beat the 300gm whipped cream how come is watery?

    ReplyDelete
  34. @Anonymous
    Anonymous,
    I'm using gelatin leaf in this recipe. If you use gelatin powder, you got to soak about 20g gelatin powder with 3-4 tbsp water for few minutes and melt it under double boiler.
    Are you using fresh topping cream? You must use whisk to whip up the cream.
    Please leave your name behind, so I can address you.

    ReplyDelete
  35. Hi Anncoo,

    Thanks for yr quick response. I just finished giving step by step instructions over the webcam with my niece. She is trying to make one for her friend b/day.

    Anyway, is her 1st trial, she will make another one on saturday...

    As for the whipped cream she brought the UHT whipped cream Anchor brand is not mistaken.

    Serena in bkk

    ReplyDelete
  36. hi,

    i used a cake ring

    may i know how to remove the cake ring.......so as to leave a clean nice cheesecake

    thanks

    ReplyDelete
  37. @mmmyen
    Hi mmmyen, dip your sharp knife into hot water and scrape the sides of the cake ring.

    ReplyDelete
  38. I like your cake decoration. Can you show me how you do the dusting so perfectly?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hi Caca, Just place a cake stencil on the cake and dust the icing sugar or snow powder on top. After dusting remove the cake stencil gently.

      Delete
  39. looks sooo magnificent!

    ReplyDelete
  40. May I know what's the size of your cake tin?

    ReplyDelete
  41. May I know what's the size of your cake tin?

    ReplyDelete
  42. Hi,
    I would like to ask what's the cake conversion for 7”? I don't really want to make it too big....

    Thanks
    Rachel

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hi Rachel, You can use half recipe for 6 inch cake pan. Actually this cake is quite low and really very big.

      Delete