These Mars Bar and Baileys Cheesecake Sandwiches are a great simple dessert for the grown ups!
When I set out to make a cheesecake recipe using Mars Bar and Baileys a little while ago, these Mars Bar and Baileys Cheesecake Sandwiches were certainly not what I had in mind. I was originally trying to make cheesecake balls, however thanks to the boys distracting me while putting together the cheesecake mixture, I didn’t add enough cream cheese and ended up with a soft (but delicious!) cheesecake mixture that was NEVER going to firm enough to roll into balls.
Not wanting to waste this yummy mixture, I instead sandwiched a generous amount of it between two chocolate ripple biscuits and popped them back into the fridge, thinking that at least my husband and I could have a special dessert. However when we both tasted these later that night, we both LOVED how delicious they were and I decided I needed to share them with you!
They are like a super indulgent chocolate ripple cake (minus the cream!) and are great either eaten as soon as they are made (while the biscuit is still crunchy) or delicious eaten a few hours later when the biscuit has started to soften (but doesn’t go soggy!) thanks to the cheesecake mixture.
Thermomix Mars Bar and Baileys Cheesecake Sandwiches Recipe
- Line a baking tray (or plate) with baking paper and set aside until needed.
- Break the Mars Bars in half and place into your Thermomix bowl. Blitz for 5 seconds on speed 7 and then cook for 2 minutes, 60 degrees, speed 2.
- Add the softened cream cheese and baileys to the bowl and blitz for 10 seconds on speed 5 until combined – it may take a little longer if your cream cheese isn’t completely soft.
- Use a dessert spoon to scoop up the cheesecake mixture and place it on the bottom of one chocolate ripple biscuit. Place another biscuit on top and pop the Mars Bar and Baileys Cheesecake Sandwiches onto the prepared baking tray.
- Repeat until you have used all of the mixture.
- Cover the tray and place the cheesecake sandwiches into the fridge for 2 hours to chill.