No bake Black Berry Cheese cake in glasses

How are u all….? We went for black berry pickering this time . So we had a lot of black berries.  Since they are organic, my enthusiasm was doubled to make an output with it. No bake cheese cake was there in my wish list from long ago. I thought of making cheese cake with cherries. But the black berries made me to change my decision to make cheesecake with cherries and try it with berries instead. Making something without a “feel” produce senseless outcome right….? Hence I went with my urge to make cheese cake and I made it with black berries…… and it came out great.

This is a cheese cake recipe using condensed milk. You can reduce it to 3/4 the of the can if you want the cream cheese taste a little more prominent and less sugary. By Gods grace, this refrigerated dessert was a big hit in our sweet home. Other no bake desserts in my blog are cheese cake budino, mango mousse, rose and berry pudding.

Servings :4 to 6
8 oz of cream cheese (softened at room temperature)
One can of condensed milk

3 tablespoons of melted butter
Oreo biscuits
Black berries (For topping)

Black berry preserve :
1 cup of black berry puree
3 tablespoons of granulated white sugar

Any berries 

Take the oreo biscuits and scrape the cream out of it. Crush them till it is powdered. (A food processor also can help).

Add melted butter into it and mix it well. Add two to three teaspoons of these crushed biscuit mixture to the glasses one by one and gently press it with a spoon so that it is firm enough.

Now refrigerate these glasses for 30 minutes for the crust to get firm well. 

Whisk cream cheese well. Add condensed milk and beat until well blended.

Pour this mixture into the glasses with oreo crust and refrigerate for 4 to 6 hours.

Black berry preserve :
In a sauce pan, add black berry puree and sugar and heat at medium, stirring continuously. When it forms a coating at the back of your spoon, turn of heat and let it cool down. It may take about 5 minutes.

When  completely cooled, pour them above the cream cheese mixture.

The amount of sugar required for black berry preserves can be increased or reduced depending on its tartness.  

Try this dessert and let me know... :-)

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