In India desserts are integral for celebration. The festive season is just round the corner, many of us are pretty excited about Raksha Bandhan, that would be celebrated on 22nd August this year. From selecting gifts to preparing a lavish buffet, we are quite busy with the preparation already. The festivity is all about indulgence, this is the time, when we forget all about our strict diet regimes, and give ourselves to everything decadent. Finishing off the meal with something sweet is a vital part of our culture. This festive season, ramp up your dessert game with a beautiful fusion of western and Indian sweet treats. Make this enticing rasmalai cheesecake, which is simply the best fusion of both the worlds. It is a perfect dessert which will surely be adored by everyone and will become the pièce de resistance of your humble get together. So, do try this crowd-puller recipe of rasmalai cheesecake.

Ingredients For Mousse:

  • 600 gm cup soft cheese
  • 600 gm whipped cream
  • 200 gm milk
  • 2 tsp vanilla essence
  • ½ kg rasmalai
  • 40 gm gelatin
  • 90 ml chilled water

Ingredients For Base:

  • 1 cup crumbled digestive biscuit
  • 6 tbsp melted butter

Ingredients For Garnish:

  • Pistachio flakes
  • Chocolate chips


1. In a loaf pan or small pan add butter and biscuit crumbs. Mix it well and then spread it evenly in the pan. Keep this pan in the refrigerator for at least 2-3 hrs. So, it is set properly.

2. Meanwhile, in a bowl add gelatin and water. Stir them together and keep it aside as well.

3. To prepare the mousse mixture add cheese, whipped cream, milk, and vanilla essence into a bowl. Whisk them all together until they are smooth and foamy in texture.

4. Then in the microwave heat the gelatin mixture. After that add it into the mousse mixture and give it a good mix.

5. Take out the refrigerated biscuit-mix and in the same pan layer it with rasmalai and prepared mousse mixture.

6. Keep this pan in the refrigerator overnight. Lastly, unmold it and garnish it with chocolate chips and pistachio flakes.

Your delicious rasmalai cheesecake is ready to be devoured.