Frozen Cherry ‘Israeli’ Triangle Cheesecake

Frozen Cherry ‘Israeli’ Triangle Cheesecake / Kate Martins (p)

Jackie Cameron
Over the years cheesecakes have featured in much of our home cooking - from oven-baked to fridge, as well as the Israeli-type cheesecake. The latter version’s uniqueness is the Israeli white cheese. It’s similar to German quark; a fresh, creamy-style cheese common in the cuisines of German-speaking countries.
— Jackie Cameron

Frozen Cherry ‘Israeli’ Triangle Cheesecake

Makes: 1 pudding


  • 125gr Salted Butter
  • 80gr Castor Sugar
  • 1 Whole Egg
  • 5ml Vanilla Extract
  • 500gr Smooth Cream Cheese
  • 24 Tennis Biscuits
  • 150gr Fresh Cherries, pits removed


  • 500ml Cream, whipped
  • Chocolate, of your choice
  • Nuts, of your choice


  1. Cream the butter and sugar together.
  2. Add the egg, vanilla and cream cheese mixing well.
  3. Place the biscuits, 3 biscuits rows horizontally X 4 biscuits rows vertically on a large sheet of tin foil. Spread half the cheesecake mixture evenly out on the biscuits. Place 12 more biscuits on top, and spread the remaining cheesecake mixture out.
  4. Place a row of cherries down the centre, horizontally.
  5. Fold a row of biscuits from the top and a row from the bottom with the foil to form a triangle, a long pyramid shape.
  6. Place into the freezer.
  7. When about to serve, remove from the freezer to get slightly soft and decorate with whipped cream, chocolate shavings and nuts and cut into triangle slices.