Orkney Fudge Cheesecake

Orkney Fudge Cheesecake Recipe

The Orkney Fudge Cheesecake is one of the most popular pudding on our ships. It is easy to make but hard to keep around for very long!


2 Tubs Philadelphia Cheese
2 Pots of Double Cream (the tall ones)
3 Packets of Orkney Fudge

1 Packet of Digestive Biscuits (small)
3ozs Margarine
1 Tablespoon Brown Sugar


For the Base

  1. Smash up the Digestive Biscuits in bowl
  2. Melt marg and the brown sugar in a pot
  3. Add the marg and sugar to the biscuits and mix
  4. Put in the bottom of your tin and squash down to form the base
  5. Put in the fridge to set

For the Topping

  1. Mash up 2 packets of fudge
  2. Third packet of fudge cut up with a knife
  3. Put the cream, Philly cheese and the two packets of mashed up fudge into a bowl and beat until it starts to thicken.
  4. Add half of the cut up pieces of fudge and beat till it thickens
  5. Empty all contents of the bowl on top of the base and arrange nicely
  6. Sprinkle remainder of fudge on top of Cheesecake

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