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Non Bake Cheesecake with Green Apple Syrup


Do you think this cake is impressive? I think the simple lines help to make this cake stand out. I like the pastel green lines on the cake and can't stop admiring this no-bake cheesecake, rather than eating it even though it is very refreshing with the sweet and sour taste. I adapted this beautiful recipe Ribena Marble Cheesecake from HHB  but I used green apple syrup to replace Ribena as I seldom drink Ribena at home.



Here is the recipe (Thanks HHB for sharing)

Crust
150g Digestive biscuits, crushed
60g Butter


Filling
100ml Water
2 tbsp Gelatin
250g Cream cheese, soften at room temperature
75g Caster sugar (used icing sugar, sifted **add icing sugar to90g if you prefer a sweeter cake)
250g (1 cup) Natural yogurt (used Greek yogurt)
125g Green flavored Apple syrup (from PH)

Method:
  • Line a 20cm round pan (with removable base) set aside.
  • Combine crushed digestive biscuit crumbs and melted butter together in a mixing bowl. Press the biscuit crumbs onto the base of the prepared pan. Chill in the freezer compartment for at least one hour.
  • Measure water into a bowl and sprinkle in the gelatin (without stirring with a spoon). Set aside to allow the gelatin grains to swell (10mins) before setting the bowl over a pot of simmering hot water. Stir with a spoon and once  the gelatin melts, remove the bowl from the pot and set aside to cool to room temperature.
  • With an electric mixer, beat cream cheese and icing sugar together until smooth. Add in gelatin solution and yogurt, beat till the mixture turns smooth.
  • Divide mixture into two bowls, one with 250g cream cheese mixture and add in 125g apple syrup, mix well with a spatula.
  • Spoon 4 tablespoon of the plain cream cheese mixture into the middle of the  prepared pan, then 3 tablespoon of the apple syrup cream cheese on top. 
  • Continue alternately the cream cheese until you finish them. Don't tilt the pan, it will spread by itself. You can change the lines to zebra design if you wish (refer here). 
  • Chill cheesecake in refrigerator for at least 4 hours or till next day before serving.

Enjoy!

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  1. 好。。好。。好。。。漂亮哦。。让人不舍得吃它,就好像是件艺术品啊。。。。感谢分享这么棒的免烤蛋糕。。。

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  2. wow - that looks absolutely fantastic ! I love the swirls. You come up with some really special things :-)

    Did you get my reply email btw last week ?

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  3. Um. YEAH I think it's impressive!! Ooo... it must be neat with Ribena - I love Ribena!!!

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  4. ohh man love the beautiful swirls. think this recipe is very versatile, can add different flavorings to the swirls. you're really patient in the scooping! think mine will end up like a marbled cake instead, given my butter fingers hahaha

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  5. This is a gorgeous cake, Ann.
    Your disqus seems to be working well :)

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  6. Wonderful lady!
    Amazing Awesome Job.
    Love it.

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  7. Truly the lines are very pretty :)

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  8. I love the beautifully done swirls! So neat and tiddy! Ann, you are really a perfectionist!

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  9. It's most definitely IMPRESSIVE! I love the pastel green and lines, I bet this will blow everyone away! Thanks for sharing the step to make this wonderful cake :)

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  10. I'm sure you can do this too! 加油!

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  11. Impressive! Very impressive. The green swirls can even be seen inside the cake :)

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  12. Awesome cake ;)

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  13. beautiful swirl! and i love green alot!

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  14. Beautiful cheesecake with the light green swirl.

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  15. So nice. I haven't hands on to make any cheese cake yet. Book-marked this recipe and hopefully i can make one soon.

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  16. wow the cake looks really really gorgeous - brings it one level up from normal cheesecakes! and your photography is so clean and beautiful :D

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  17. How creative..I thought that was a plate on a first photo..looks absolutely amazing! I am totally speechless!

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  18. yes Ann, definitely an impressive, simple looking, yet beautiful cake. i love the pastel colour of the green and when cute, it just looks so beautiful with the line throughout. i'll bet this tastes as great as it looks too. great pics!

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  19. yooh! This is very nice. The swirl is just perfectly done. Well Done Ann :)

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  20. 哇!!!太漂亮了....高手!!!

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  21. Ann, I spent about 10 mins trying to get this comment box. lol! Phew...Hey, the cheesecake looks so pretty. Thank you for posting this scrumptious treat. I'm drooling here!
    Hope you're enjoying the day.
    Blessings, Kristy.

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  22. Ann, the lines look so distinct and it looks really tasty and healthy too :) Thanks for sharing, Ann :

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  23. Oh wow...this is such a beautiful cake! Just stunning! I love the zebra design as well, that one is so elegant. This pale green is so perfect for spring! :) Thank you for sharing.

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  24. OMG Ann! This cake is so pretty! How did you make such a neat circular lines?

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  25. The swirls effect so beautiful, this cake looks elegance

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  26. OMG looks so lovely

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  27. Beautiful cheesecake! Love the swirls, YUM!

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  28. Ann, your cake really looks gorgeous ! 2 thumbs up to U

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  29. Dear Ann, you made such a simple no-bake cheesecake look so wonderful, so elegant. Amazing! You rock! ;-)

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  30. That looks so impressive Anncoo! I love how the lines all show up beautifully!

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  31. Wow! Your strips are so neat! I did the zebra cake with this method before and made a mess of it:P full of spills and dots on the top! Yours is simply too gorgeous to eat!

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  32. I think it is a BEAUTIFUL cheesecake. Love how the stripes look.

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  33. very pretty but love the ribeena idea with digestives he he so British

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  34. Ann, this is really impressive, I love the green lines. Do you think I can find strawberry syrup to bake one with pink lines. I love pink colour, hehe!

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  35. Ann, this is so gorgeous and I can't blame you for just staring at it. I'm doing that right now. I love the swirls and it makes a plain old cheesecake really stand out. I am really tempted to make this now.

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  36. @Min
    Min, I think no problem but you don't have to use 125g because the strawberry syrup is sweeter than the apple syrup. The apple syrup is quite sour. Like HBB, she only used 75ml of Ribena syrup...have to adjust it yourself.

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  37. @NEL
    Thanks for your guide. So happy it works. Only my last post seems like not linked properly. Will check with disqus.

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  38. @Joelyn2678
    谢谢!有空的话,你一定要做这蛋糕。吃起来有点像布丁,可能鱼胶粉多了一点,不过还是很好吃。

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  39. @Sarah-Jane
    Thanks Sarah.

    I did not receive any mails lately. Don't understand what happen to the gmail account?
    Please send again or leave message in FB.

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  40. @Kristy
    Sorry Kristy, I think the new comment system don't well in my blog. Must be some code is not properly linked. Hope someone can help me.
    Anyway thanks for your compliment on my cheesecake :)

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  41. Ann this is such a beautiful cake!! I'm having a baby shower this weekend and think I'll make this but with strawberry flavoring for baby girl colors!!

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  42. Wow!! That has GOT to be one of the most beautiful desserts/foods I've ever seen! the pics are gorgeous and so is the presentation. :D

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  43. I think this looks beautiful. The cake is even prettier when you slice it open. Never thought of attempting the zebra cake on a cheesecake before. What a great idea!

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  44. yes i do think this cheese cake is impressive!! i like the simple line, it's so beautiful! you're so talented Ann. i like all your baking!

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  45. This cheesecake looks sensational!!! Love the colour and flavour of the apple syrup. Totally blew me away! Love it!

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  46. Very beautifully done. I love the patterns inside too!

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  47. All I can say....this is soooo pretty! I'm in love and am so making ithis this weekend. IN fact if it was a mint syrup it would make a beautiful St Patricks dessert. I love the stripy look to it and the pastel green with the white cheese. Just beautiful!

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  48. What a masterpiece! A wonderful summer sweets.

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  49. This is very beautiful and sounds eady to make.

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  50. Pretty beyond words!!! Really perfect!

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  51. This looks so incredibly pretty!! I love the soft colours and you have done a very neat job with the cake :)!!!

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  52. @Rebecka
    Thank you Rebecka. Would love to see your post :)

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  53. ann, that's amazingly LOVELY! look not just nice but smooth and yummy! (:

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  54. Definitely a stunning cake and I am sure very delicious as well :)

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  55. Lovely swirl on your cheesecake, looks yummy!

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  56. I am speechless. That is soooo beautiful! I can't wait to make it. Sleek and unusual. What a show stopper!

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  57. I love the pastel colours in this! So so pretty!

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  58. Ann this cheesecake is stunning! I would love to taste it!

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  59. Wow...this is such a lovely cake! I would like to attempt this sometime. I always wondered how the layers are achieved. Thanks for sharing the recipe and method.

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  60. that is super pretty! love the lines..

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  61. Wow, so beautiful! And yay, non bake, which means I can try it out! Thanks for the sharing!!

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  62. Ann, this cheese cake very beautiful and attractive. Thanks for sharing . Will try this.

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  63. Impressive! The green swirls are the magic lines, turning the cheesecake into an artistic piece.

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  64. OMG! The swirls look gorgeous!! Have never seen such a pretty cheesecake before. Ann, you're so talented!

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  65. Oh wow! That's so beautiful :)

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  66. i'm late here but i have to say this is an incredible looking cake. I might probably know how to do the zebra lines but i know for sure i cant do as neat and pretty as yours!!

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  67. Your cake is just mesmerizing. I love those pretty green swirls. Thanks for linking this up to Sweets for a Saturday.

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  68. I saw your cheesecake on Baking is Hot blogs - its beautiful! I wonder if vegetarian gelatin would work for a no-bake cheesecake? You make some very cool things, I'm going to add you to my Google Reader!

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  69. @Misty
    Hi Misty, Thank you for coming to my blog. I think no problem to use vegetarian gelatin to use on any cakes as long as it is gelatin. Have a try and feedback to me after trying it.

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  70. err .. I cannot remember where I came from .. but am reading your blog backwards ... the cake very nice design .. I love it. Thanks for sharing the design too :)

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  71. @sherlyn
    Thank you Sherlyn for stopping by. Please visit often :)

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  72. Hi Ann, I just wanted to let you know that you inspired me to make this delicious cake for my daughter in-laws baby shower. I had to make a few adjustments when converting grams to cups etc. so my cake turned out a little less than perfect. I'm posting pics to my blog and a link back to your site with the originla recipe. Thanks for the inspiration Ann!!

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  73. @Rebecka
    Rebecka, So glad you made this cheesecake. The color is so pretty with raspberry in it and CONGRATULATIONS, you're a happy grandma now...Amber Lynn is so adorable :)

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  74. Oh Ann, this cheesecake is a work of art. One I want to devour. I can't wait to try this. So glad I found you at Nancy's.
    -Gina-

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  75. @spcookiequeen
    Thank you very much for stopping by, Gina :) Nice to meet you.

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  76. Ann everything you share is impressive and beautiful. This is another great recipe that is making my mouth water. I have a weakness for cheesecake. Thank you for being a part of March's YBR.

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  77. Oh my goodness. That looks absolutely stunning! Such a great effect with a relatively small amount of effort.
    And your photos are mouth-watering!

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  78. Stunningly beautiful! I can't wait to give this a try.

    :)
    ButterYum

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  79. why i know how much you bought the green apple syrup from phoon huat?

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    1. Sorry I don't quite remember about the price. Probably less than S$7.

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  80. Hi, Thanks for the receipe. I had made the cheesecake with Ribena. It turns out very good, My husband and myself like it very much. The design turns out very nice.

    Regards

    Wendy

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    1. Thanks Wendy. The original of this recipe was using Ribena. Actually we can use any flavour we like :)

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  81. beautiful swirl....easy and no fuss, thanks for ur recipe again ^_^

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