Ginger Margarita Cheesecake

Ginger Margarita Cheesecake


Ginger Margarita Cheesecake

Ginger Margarita Cheesecake for Christmas! This has to be the ultimate flavours for the Australian weather during the festive season. A combination of fun for the kids and tangy flavours for all has to be a treat that the whole family will enjoy on your dinning table. No left overs assured with this tasty fresh margarita cheesecake. Prepare it the day before and get the kids to help decorate just before serving.



1 block 250 grams cream cheese

1-250 grams ginger cookies

50 gram butter

100 grams caster sugar

50 mils water for gelatine plus one tablespoon gelatine

600 mil thickened cream

100 grams Kick Ice Margarita mixture or use 30 mil margarita liquid mix

Christmas ginger bread man/star cookies/chocolate balls for decorating


Method: Using Delicake cake ware

Crush biscuits and combine with 50grams melted butter in the assembled Delicake Master. Mix well.

Spread over base firmly, put Delicake lid on and refrigerate for 20 minutes

Combine cream cheese, caster sugar then add 300 mil cream and whisk using a hand held mixer. Add gelatine and mix for a further one minute.

Spray inside the sleeve with oil and pour mixture on the biscuit base. Refrigerate overnight or till set.

Mix 300 mil cream with Kick Ice mix or with 30 mil margarita liquid mix till thickened, pour over the cheesecake mixture. Refrigerate till set.

Add decorations just before serving.

Remove sleeve upwards from the base. Cut & serve from the base.

You can re-assemble sleeve and lid to store in the fridge.

Use the same ingredients for the SSM & double the wet ingredients for VRM & 375grams biscuits & 75grams butter.


You can purchase your Australian Made Kick Ice Cocktails, they deliver worldwide.

We use McKenzie’s gelatine as it sets every time  when used for cold recipes