Baked Banoffee Cheesecake RecipeĀ 

Its been almost a year since my first banoffee cheesecake post, well, 345 days to be precise. I can definitely say I have never spent so much time perfecting a recipe but it really was worth it! If you count each individual layer I’ve made this 6 times now and am yet to have any major hiccups – so its about time I shared the final thing with you lovely people! There must be others out there that are lacking banoffee cheesecake in their life, please indulge yourself ad give this recipe a go – its pretty straight forward actually, the only fiddly bit being how I make it in separate parts and frankly if the idea of flipping a cheesecake onto a caramel covered base doesn’t take your fancy, then take a moment to celebrate your rationality and read on anyway – I have an alternative idea šŸ™‚

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A Cheesecake for a Greek Wedding – the making of

Those of you that have been following my cheesecake experiments will be well aware of my wonderful friends wedding that took place on the stunning Greek island Skopelos in May and how I took it upon myself to devise a banoffee pie inspired cheesecake for their wedding day. 

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Banoffee Cheesecake Attempt #1

A couple of my friends are getting married in May. In Greece. But will get back to that part another day, I’m not ready to face ingredient difficulties yet. They have asked me to make their wedding cake. Well, actually I offered, it probably came before ‘congratulations’. The trouble is, they don’t really like cake…


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The Cherry Blossom Wedding Cake

As I mentioned before, the bride had left the cake totally up to me! So much for bridezillas. I had decided on a three tiered square, white cake with cherry blossoms sweeping down the side. She was very pleased with the plan, until she got reading about feng shui in weddings. The cake should be round as a symbol of harmony and as tall as possible. It shouldn’t be white.

I had already bought the fancy multiway square tin but I figured I could cut the cakes into rounds. I prefer them round anyway. I had chosen the square so I only had to buy one tin that I could take back to England easily.

As for the colour, well, that was a bit of a shame because I think it would have looked pale, but I wasn’t the bride and it was all about pleasing her. She wanted green, the colour of new beginnings together with the pink cherry blossoms, the colour of unconditional love.

Me and the cake

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