alyce alexandra’s Thermomix Cheesecake Recipe


alyce alexandra thermomix cheesecake recipe video

Happy day — there’s a new cook-along video for a Thermomix cheesecake recipe from a young Australian who clearly knows her TM31.  Alyce Alexandra has been hard at work creating and promoting her own Thermomix recipes and has just launched a channel on YouTube. In this instructional video she provides all ingredient measurements and necessary instructions for making Varoma-steamed Poppyseed Lemon Cheesecakes — perfect for entertaining.

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Why watch?

  • Alyce has a solid understanding of how Thermomix works best. She’s comfortable in front of the camera. Her explanations are deliberate, clear, and thorough. She offers tips along the way, telling us why it’s important to do this or that. Alyce makes it look easy, and it is!
  • This Thermomix cheesecake recipe with Lemon and Poppy seeds makes great use of the Varoma. Cooking with steam means there’s no need to heat up an entire oven for baking.

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See 8 comments from people who cook with Thermomix:

  1. Nora January 18, 2013 at 12:23 pm #

    You sure have your ear on the ground Helene. Another great find, I really enjoyed watching the videos. Thanks!

  2. Lesley Collins (@MeandMyThermie) January 18, 2013 at 4:09 pm #

    Love it! Great video and your comments are spot on, Helene! I’ve documented as I’ve watched, but just need the cheeses to get started!

  3. Mara January 22, 2013 at 11:21 pm #

    Really excited about that youtube channel.

  4. Denise February 23, 2013 at 10:20 am #

    Hi, I just make these for my 10yr old who loves lemon cheesecake but wouldn’t contemplate poppy seeds! So substituted with good old digestive biscuits ground for a few seconds and swirled around the melted butter. Success! They popped out fine plus we have extra crumbs for serving. Anyone know of good source for steaming recipes for springform cakes or moulds- I’ve never tried it before and now hooked :). D

  5. ThermomixBlogger Helene February 23, 2013 at 5:23 pm #

    Hi Denise – great to hear that you were inspired by Alyce’s video, and that you added your own creative touch! If you don’t already have it, you may want to take a look at the “Full Steam Ahead” cookbook from Vorwerk. I see that you are in the UK, so you can find that book listed near the bottom of this page. That book has a handfull of steamed desserts for you to try (not all are formed or moulded though, they’re all different kinds.) From the sound of things, you are fully confident to play and adapt your own ideas with other recipes found. If you start with traditional steamed cakes recipes and modify from there, just remember to reduce the steaming time when using smaller-portion cups and silicone moulds in the Varoma. Have fun and happy mixing!

  6. Nushi March 13, 2014 at 4:33 pm #

    I made these and they turned out perfectly, only a few got stuck in the container, but I just ran a knife around the edge to release them.

    The only downfall is they lacked the ‘punch’ I like from the tartness of the lemon. I think next time I will add some juice as well to increase the flavour that I crave.

    I loved how these were very easy to make and set perfectly.

  7. Desma Feeney May 11, 2014 at 8:47 pm #

    Nashi did you give yourself a big spoon of lemon curd??

  8. Lynnette February 26, 2016 at 2:17 pm #

    Getting inspired for a cheesecake to make and take for an Oscars themed party on Monday! I love Alyce Alexandra – her website is stunning.