Friday 8 May 2015

Mango Mini Cheesecake

It’s Bake-Along 4th Anniversary and Congratulation to Joyce, Zoe and Lena for making it thus far!  I’m so glad that I can be part of it to celebrate Bake-Along with you girls and also with the rest of the bloggers.

Here’s my Mango Mini Cheesecake specially made for 
Bake-Along 4th Anniversary.
Pretty?  I think they’re pretty :P  My good friends Serene and Cindy also think they’re pretty.  Taste good? My sister-in-law said it’s very good and the boys commented it’s the best cheesecake hahaha!  My verdict is the mango topping has overpowered the cheesecake.

It was a wonderful and accomplishing bake.  

I’ve been wanted to bake these mini cheesecakes long time ago when I saw it in Anna (My Bare Cupboard)’s blog.  Her cheesecakes were so beautifully done.  
I got these mini cheesecake tins during my last trip to Hong Kong, which I couldn’t find them in Singapore.  I’m so happy that I can use it to bake for this Bake Along.

It’s not difficult to bake cheesecake.  The recipe is easy.  You won’t get wrong with it.  As for mango topping, I used the leftover ready-made mango puree and top up with some cut ripe mango.

Here’s the recipe, which I adapted from My Bare Cupboard with some of my modification.

Happy Bake-Along!!


1.5 cups finely ground graham crackers (I used Digestive biscuits)
3 tbsp unsalted butter, melted
1.5 cups plus 5 tablespoon sugar (I reduced to 100g of caster sugar)
Cream Cheese (I used whatever I have balance in the fridge, which is about 315g)
Pinch salt
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
4 large eggs, room temperature (I reduced to 3 eggs)


(1)Preheat oven.  Stir together the smash digestive biscuits and butter and press into the bottom of the mini cheesecake tins.  Bake for about 10 minutes.  Transfer the tins to rack to cool.

(2)Beat cream cheese until fluffy.  Gradually add in the sugar.  Mix in salt and vanilla essence until well combined.  Add eggs, one at a time, beat until just combined after each (do not overmix) and scraping the bowl.

(3)Spoon the cream cheese over the crust in each tin.  Bake until set say about 25mins. 

(4)Transfer the tins to the racks to cool completely.  Refrigerate in tins, uncovered, at least 4 hours, remove from tins.  Refrigerate in air-tight containers up to 5 days.

I’m submitting this for Bake-Along 4th Anniversary and the theme is Cheesecake.  
This is organised by 3 beautiful ladies from Kitchen Flavours, Bake For Happy Kids and Frozen Wings.


  1. Hi Amy, these cute little tins indeed so special ... made these Mango Mini Cheesecake so pretty!

  2. I love this recipe from Martha and glad that you've tried it ! Yours look perfectly-baked and no cracks at all , 2 thumbs up :D I'm still searching for mango cheesecake with pureed mango in the batter and when I saw your post on my feed , I thought you have the recipe that I was looking for lol

    1. Hi Anne, I so happy I have finally tried it! :D

  3. very pretty!! the mango drippings ..look at that..makes it even more tempting! appreciate very much for taking your time and effort to make these prettymini cheesecakes for our bake along, thanks a lot!!

  4. oh btw, i didnt see your link with us....

    1. Hi Lena, I have difficulty linking. So I try using another computer and have managed it :D

  5. Hi Amy, nice cute mango cheesecake!
    I would like to invite you to submit your cheesecake to join this month's BREE event at my blog. The URL is
    I hope you would support the event! Thanks in advance!

  6. Wow Amy!!! Your mini mango cheesecakes are really tok kong!!! The effort of bring these little pans back from HK to Singapore is definitely worthwhile!

  7. Hi Amy,
    Your mini cheesecakes looks beautiful and so delicious! I like the mango topping!
    I have seen a 12-hole cheesecake pan with removable base in one of the shopping centres in S'pore last December. Wanted very badly to buy it , but so expensive (after conversion, cost about RM140!). Keeping my fingers crossed ever since then that I can find it over here!
    Always happy to see you baking along with us!

  8. Oooh...lovely mini mangos...spare me a few while i exchange the latte cheesecakes with you!!!
    Love the mini pans too...i would buy them back too..they are simply great for.such lovely petite desserts :)

  9. WOW! These mini cheesecakes look so lovely! Love the mango topping, yummy :)

  10. Hi Amy,
    Double thumbs Up to your lovely and PRETTY mango cheesecake.
    Your made them so neat and nicely. Love the yummy topping too!

  11. Hi Amy, love those mini mango cheesecake. Will wait when mangoes season to try them.

  12. Hi Amy, thanks for sharing mini mango cheesecakes. Looks awesome!