Russian cheesecake bites in carob coating

Filling (for about 20 bites):

150 gram butter

250 gram sugar

900 gram dry farmer’s cheese (tvorog)

1.5 gram vanillin


150 gram butter

75 gram sugar powder

150 gram carob

You will need:

Ramekin or mold for freezing your bits in



Wire wisk

Waxed paper


Step 1:

First prepare the filling: Melt butter. Add sugar and vanilla. Mix. Add farmer’s cheese, and mix well. Use a blender or a hand mixer – the filling should be homogeneous, with no curds.

Step 2:

Form the cheesecake bites either by putting the filling in a mold or forming shapes with your hands. Place the mold into a freezer for a couple of hours or leave it there overnight.

Step 3:

Prepare the coating: Melt the butter on a water bath until it starts boiling, constantly stirring it with a wire wisk. Add sugar powder, stirring it all the time, then carefully start adding carob, continuing to stir.

Step 4:
Take out some of the frozen bits (not all of them at the same time, otherwise they melt before time). Take one bit at a time with the tongs and dip into the liquid coating. Place it on waxed paper. Repeat the procedure with each bit.

Note: the temperature in the room shouldn’t be too high. If it is, the process is going to be a little bit tricky, because the bits are going to be too soft and impossible to dip.

Step 5:

Place the coated bits in the freezer for 20 minutes.

The cheesecake bits are ready. Bon appétit!

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