Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Marbled Chocolate Cheesecake Muffins




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Marbled Chocolate Cheesecake Muffins
Delectable cheesecake flavours in a delicious soft muffins.
Ingredients:
  • 125 g Cream Cheese
  • 150 g Plain Flour
  • 175 g Caster Sugar
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla extract
  • 100 gCooks Dark Chocolate
  • 50 g Butter
  • 100 ml Buttermilk
  • 1 teaspoon Bicarbonate of soda
Method:
1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees C and line a muffin pan with muffin cases.2. To make the cheesecake mixture, beat the cheese, 25 g flour, 50 g sugar, 1 egg and the vanilla extract. Mix together and keep aside.3.For the chocolate mixture, break the chocolate and place them into a heat proof bowl, add the butter and place the bowl over a pan of simmering water to melt the chocolate.Add the sugar and mix well. Remove the bowl from the heat and leave to cool.4.Sift the remaining flour and bicarbonate of soda on top of the melted chocolate in the bowl and add the egg and the buttermilk and mix well.5. Fill the muffin cases with alternate spoonfuls of the chocolate mixture , followed by the white cheesecake mixture. Using a cocktail stick swirl the mixture slightly.6. Bake the muffins in the preheated oven and bake for 25 minutes, or until a skewer comes out clean. Once baked remove the muffins from the oven and transfer to a wire rack to cool.
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 12 muffins



















This post is in collaboration with Dr.Oetker, who want to inspire bakers to bake and to create recipes with their chocolate range. I have chosen this Marbled Cheesecake  muffin recipe which is from their selection of Chocolate recipes.
I have chosen this recipe over others as my family love both cheesecake and muffins and when I saw the recipe there was no better way to combine the two than in this delicious marbled chocolate cheesecake muffins.

Dr.Oetker are also inspiring everyone to get baking and enter their competition via twitter.
How can you enter??

Details:
 Dr. Oetker Twitter Competition

  • Dr. Oetker is encouraging bakers to celebrate chocolate by making a yummy chocolate bake.
  • Dr. Oetker believes that chocolate tastes even better when you share it, so they want to know who you’ll be sharing your chocolate bake with.
  • To enter, just tweet @DrOetkerbakes a photo of a chocolate bake you've made and tell them who you'll be sharing it with, for the chance to win a deluxe hamper of chocolate products from Dr. Oetker using the hashtag #evenbetterbaking
I was sent a selection of Dr.Oetker chocolate products to create my chocolate recipe.


34 comments:

  1. We are planning a weekend of baking and I can see these being a huge hit - thank you for sharing your recipe

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  2. These look fabulous! Thanks for the heads up about the competition.

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  3. I love love love Dr Oetker products. They make baking fun and easy and now after reading this I want muffins lol x

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  4. love to try this soon without eggs though.

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  5. Oh these do sound good! You always post such yummy things :-)

    Helen - #ukbloggers
    www.allthebeautifulthings.co.uk

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  6. These sound lovely I've never baked with cream cheese before I always make chilled cheesecakes. Love marbled cake too.

    Thanks for the comp information too.

    Angela - Garden Tea Cakes and Me

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  7. I'd not thought of marbling muffins, but I love marble cake so why not?

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  8. Looks really lovely, although I have to confess I am not a fan of cake. Interesting use of cream cheese.

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  9. These sound very yummy! I made the choc butterfly cakes :-)

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  10. These sound and look delicious! I would never have thought of putting cream cheese in muffins.

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  11. Oh haven't made muffins in ages. Send me some! ;-)

    Nosebag NI

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  12. I am definitely going to have a go at these over Easter, thanks so much for sharing xx

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  13. Yum, they look and sound delicious....we are big Dr Oetker fans too!

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  14. muffins looks so tempting, will try the recipe out, but how much chocolate is required for the recipe?

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    1. 100 g of chocolate is needed about 3.5 oz

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  15. They look really tasty I love the two tined colour of these :)

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  16. Yum. Another must make muffin for our menu plan. These look amazing

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  17. Oooh I'd never have thought of doing cheesecake muffins! Can't wait to try, thanks!

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  18. Oh yum this looks absolutely delicious - I must try these :) x

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  19. wow. Looks delicious. Specially when it is egg less it gets more catchy for me. will surely try this.

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  20. Your muffins look so yummy and i've never thought to put cream cheese in one so must try this;-)

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  21. Yum what a fab idea, I love marble cake but never thought about them as a cupcake. These look ace. x

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  22. oh wow these look delicious, im going to need more ingredients your making me want to bake more

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  23. oh my goodness these look absolutely divine! .. if they look half as good as they look i would be happy

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  24. They looks yummy and I would love to just have one right now. Sadly I'm stuck to liquid and soft foods but soon as I'm able to eat properly I'm going to get some of these.

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  25. These look amazing, bet they taste delicious too

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  26. Not only do they look and sound divine, I am wanting to taste one right now x

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  27. These muffins look and sound utterly divine. Never tried Dr Oetkar chocolate, will give it a try.

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  28. oh yum they look and sound fab.

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  29. They look great. I'd have liked a photo or video of you producing the marbling effect though. It's something that always sounds easy but Ive never tried it, having never seen it done.

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  30. oh they look delicious and such a fun idea! x

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