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Strawberry Cheesecake and an Olympics Connection

Joya Roy | October 15, 2021

Cheesecakes can be of many different fruit flavours but the strawberry cheesecake is undoubtedly the most sought-after.

Strawberry Cheesecake and an Olympics Connection

Cheesecakes are a beloved dessert across the world. They are thought to have originated in the Greek island of Samos nearly 4000 years ago. They were considered to be a good source of energy and were served to athletes at the Olympic games.

A cheesecake essentially consists of one or more layers. These include a crust like base, a thick, soft, creamy layer of cheese and a topping as per choice; whipped cream, fruits, chocolate syrup and even fruit pulp or concentrate. Cheesecakes can be of many different fruit flavours, but the strawberry cheesecake is undoubtedly the most sought-after.


Marie biscuits – 15 pcs; crushed

Butter – 50 gms; softened

Cream cheese – 150 gms

Double cream – 250 gms

Fresh strawberries – 250 gms; pulped, leaving aside a few for the garnish

Gelatine – 1 tbsp; dissolved in ¾ tbsp of water


  1. Mix the biscuit crumbs with the butter using fingertips to form a soft dough.
  2. Press the dough into an 8-inch flan case.
  3. Bake for 5 minutes at 180 degrees.
  4. Take out, leave to cool and keep aside.
  5. Put the cream cheese in a mixing bowl and whip well till it forms soft peaks.
  6. Add the double cream and whip together to form soft peaks.
  7. Add the strawberry pulp and mix well.
  8. Add the gelatine mix to the cream cheese mixture and combine well.
  9. Pour over the biscuit base.
  10. Garnish with the left-over strawberries.
  11. Put in the fridge to set for 6 to 8 hours.
  12. Serve chilled.

Be ready to receive a lot of compliments for this delicious, yet easy to make cheesecake. It will sure make you the ‘cheesecake’ of everyone’s eye.

Joya Roy

Joya is a tea lady having spent more than 25 years of her life in the green vistas of the tea estates in North Bengal and Assam. During her novice days in the kitchen, cooking was more of trial and error born out of a desperate need to put something presentable on the table. Soon she learnt that cooking was as much an art, as a science.


Joya is extremely fond of baking and considers it a therapy. Baking brings immense pleasure, particularly when she shares her cakes, flans, biscuits and desserts with family and friends. The smile on their faces is both calming and rewarding. Joya says that it’s like creating magic in your kitchen – you start with some basic ingredients like flour, butter, sugar and eggs which transform into so many different delightfully sinful dishes. Baking is her go to and the secret ingredient is always love!

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