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Can I use chocolate digestives as a cheesecake base?

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canihaveacoffeeplease Fri 30-Mar-18 06:55:20

I've got an American recipe for a chocolate brûlée cheesecake I want to make for Easter Sunday, the recipe said 'dark chocolate biscuits' so I bought dark choc digestives, but now I'm wondering how that will work? Did they mean something like Oreos or borboun creams with the cream scraped out?

Thanks!

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AnnieAnoniMouser Fri 30-Mar-18 06:56:35

They make a lovely base.

YogaPants Fri 30-Mar-18 06:57:40

Yes, they will be fine.

TheRattleBag Fri 30-Mar-18 06:57:50

I have a cheesecake recipe which uses bourbon biscuits for the base (filling and all). And it's lovely. So I don't see why the choc digestives wouldn't work. I'd certainly give it a try grin

YimminiYoudar Fri 30-Mar-18 06:58:32

Yes but put them in the fridge for a bit before you crumble them. If the chocolate is at room temperature it may stop the biscuits from crumbling properly but if it is cold it will be brittle.

Mrscog Fri 30-Mar-18 07:04:39

Hell yes!

ThumbWitchesAbroad Fri 30-Mar-18 07:07:15

Definitely!

GlitterRollerSkate Fri 30-Mar-18 07:08:32

What time are you serving dessert and I'll need tour address? wink

Please can I have the recipe?

canihaveacoffeeplease Fri 30-Mar-18 07:23:14

Ooh great thank you all! Looking forward to making it this evening!

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Iwasjustabouttosaythat Fri 30-Mar-18 07:28:08

Just wanted to add that that sounds insanely delicious.

TalkFastThinkSlow Fri 30-Mar-18 07:30:54

Do you have the link to the recipe or could you take a screenshot? It sounds divine! 🤤

JellySlice Fri 30-Mar-18 07:51:51

I did this once by mistake.

I will never use plain digestives for cheesecake base again. Chocolate digestives make a bloody A Ma Zing base!

stressedoutfred Fri 30-Mar-18 09:06:01

Bourbon biscuit base @TheRattleBag shock

Really wish you were my friend! grin

SneakyGremlins Fri 30-Mar-18 09:06:59

I'd like the recipe too please grin

canihaveacoffeeplease Fri 30-Mar-18 10:57:32

Here's the recipe, and a pic of it too, hope mine looks that good! Enjoy everyone

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