This Homemade Cheesecake Milk Tea is bound to happen at The Peach Kitchen at one point or another in our ECQ situation.
….Because ordering takes time. Lots of people are craving for Cheesecake Milk tea and the lines are ultra long. I don’t have the patience to order and wait. I just had to create our own so we can have it anytime we want.
…Because ordering is expensive. This Cheesecake Topping for Milk Tea has created many cups — for me, Ykaie, peanutbutter
…Because we simply love and crave for Cheesecake Milk Tea and WE CAN’T GO OUT!
I made this Cheesecake Topping for Milk Tea the other because the craving was unbearable!
Upon my first try, I combined cream cheese, condensed milk, vanilla extract, and lemon extract in the mixer and ended up with a mixture that tastes like Macao Imperial Tea’s cheesecake topping but that fluffy dense texture wasn’t there. So what I did was clean up my mixer and whipped 250ml of Nestlé All Purpose Cream until it’s fluffy and doubles up in size and then combined it with the cream cheese mixture. It was a success!
The result was close enough but not quite as dense but it tasted really good… almost as if, we’d ordered it out.
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You might be wondering how I made the “Milk Tea”. Well, I just steeped 4 black tea bags in 2 cups hot water. Chilled in the fridge until cold and mixed 2 tbsp of heavy whipping cream and lots of ice.
As for the Brown Sugar Pearls… stay tuned, it’s coming up on my next YT Video and Blog post.
Happy Cheesecake Milk Tea making, guys!
OTHER RECIPES YOU MIGHT LOVE…
- 1 block (oz) cream cheese
- ¾ can condensed milk
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 tsp lemon extract
- 1 pack (250ml) Nestle All Purpose Cream
- Using a hand mixer, whip cream cheese until smooth and creamy.
- Pour condensed milk and continue mixing.
- Add the vanilla extract and lemon extract. Continue mixing until smooth and creamy.
- Transfer to a container and set aside.
- Whip the Nestle all purpose cream until doubles in size.
- Pour in the cream cheese mixture and continue mixing.
- Transfer to a container and chill for at least 1 hour before adding to your milk tea.
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