March 26, 2018


I baked this Chocolate Banana Cheesecake Recipe for my dearest husband. He's a huge fan of chocolate banana flavour, and I usually bake a Chocolate Banana Cake for him every year since we've been dating. So I decided to bake something new, but similar, for this year. 


3 things I kept in mind when creating this recipe for my husband:
1. Flavour has to be rich (he doesn't enjoy light cakes)
2. It has to be chocolate-y, as that's his favourite dessert flavour
3. Spam bananas, because he loves bananas! 


The end result is a rich chocolate cheesecake mixed with fresh bananas, topped with dark chocolate ganache. And... it passed my husband's test because he said he loves it! (or maybe he just doesn't want to hurt my feelings ♥)


I must admit, our taste buds are starting to become quite similar. Before we dated, my preference for desserts skewed towards Japanese-style, i.e. light, not-rich. In addition, I usually went for the fruity or vanilla flavours. Ever since we got together, I began to crave for rich, chocolate-y flavours. It's true that couples start to behave like each other (in our case, it's our stomachs that have synchronised haha).

Do try out this simple, no-bake cheesecake. Hope you enjoy this cake as much as we did!

by Sumopocky

7" Springfoam Cake Pan

[For Biscuit Base]
85g of Plain/Digestive biscuits
25g of Caster sugar
45g of Unsalted Butter

[For Chocolate Banana Cheesecake]
3 bananas, mashed
1 banana, sliced (for base)
1 banana, sliced (for decoration)
250g of Dark Chocolate Chips
350g of Cream Cheese
300g of Heavy Cream
20g of Caster sugar
8g of Gelatin powder
2 tbsp of Hot water

[For Chocolate Ganache]
100g of Dark Chocolate Chips
100ml of Heavy Cream

3 tablespoon of Granola

[For Biscuit Base]
1. In a ziploc bag, crush the digestive biscuits with a rolling pin. 
2. Add caster sugar to the crushed digestive biscuits. 
3. In a small ceramic/microwaveable bowl, microwave the butter till it is melted. Add the butter to the biscuit mix. 
4. Seal the ziploc bag, and mix well.
5. Pour the biscuit mix into the cake pan, and use a cup or whatever suitable to flatten the layer on the base. 
6. Place it in the fridge while you prepare the cheesecake.

[For Chocolate Banana Cheesecake]
1. In a small bowl, mash 3 bananas with a fork. Slice 2 bananas, 1 for placing on the cheesecake base, and 1 for decoration. Set aside.
2. Pour dark chocolate chips in a heat-proof bowl. Then, place the bowl over a pot of boiling water with the fire on low. Let the chocolate melt completely, and remove from the heat to cool. Set aside. 
3. In an large bowl, beat the cream cheese with an electric mixer till it's white and fluffy.
4. Add the melted chocolate to the cream cheese, and mix well. 
5. In a separate bowl, beat the heavy cream till soft peaks form.
6. Add the caster sugar and heavy cream to the cream cheese mixture. Mix well.
7. Dissolve the gelatin powder in hot water and add to 6.
8. Mix in the mashed bananas from 1.
9. Remove the cake pan from the fridge, and line the base with a sliced banana from 1. (Note: try to line the slices along the circumference of the base, and place the remaining in the middle)
10. Pour in the chocolate banana cheesecake mixture, smoothening out the top. Place in the fridge to cool.

[For Chocolate Ganache]
1. In a pot, heat the heavy cream till it simmers. Turn off the fire.
2. Pour in the dark chocolate chips, and leave for a minute. Stir till completely melted. 
3. Let it cool to room temperature before pouring over the cheesecake. Smooth the surface. 

[For Decoration]
1. Sprinkle the granola along the circumference of the cake using a teaspoon.
2. Place the sliced bananas on top of the granola.
3. Chill in the fridge for at least 3 hours before serving. Enjoy!


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  1. can I use any kind of banana for topping?

  2. Hi! For the decoration, you can use dried bananas. However, I will still recommend using fresh bananas :)