No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Cheesecake

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Chocolate and peanut butter… Do you like this combination? If your answer is yes, we have an awesome dessert for you – No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Cheesecake ♥
Author: Dragana Sweet Spicy KItchen
Recipe type: Cheesecake & Pie
Serves: 12

Ingredients

GRAHAM CRACKERS CRUST
1 cup graham crackers crumbs
4 tbsp melted butter
CHOCOLATE CHEESECAKE FILLING
10 ounces semi – sweet chopped chocolate
1.5 cup heavy cream, at room temperature
12 ounces cream cheese, softened
½ cup powdered sugar
½ tsp vanilla extract
PEANUT BUTTER CHEESECAKE FILLING
4 ounces cream cheese, softened
½ cup powdered sugar
⅔ cup peanut butter
⅔ cup heavy cream
½ tsp vanilla extract
CHOCOLATE TOPPING
6 ounces semi – sweet chopped chocolate
6 tbsp heavy cream, at room temperature
¼ tsp oil

Instructions

GRAHAM CRACKERS CRUST – Prepare cheesecake pan or 12 paper baking cups. Put graham crackers in the food processor until they are crumbed finely. Add melted butter and stir well. Spread evenly in the paper baking pans or mini cheesecake pan and press with a solid object, like a glass to make solid layer. Set aside.
CHOCOLATE CHEESECAKE FILLING – Melt chocolate following the instructions on the package. Add heavy cream and mix well. Set aside. In a medium sized dish mix cream cheese and powdered sugar with an electric hand mixer, at a minimum speed, for about a minute. Add vanilla extract and melted chocolate and mix until well combined. Spread evenly over the graham cracker layer, with a spoon. Leave it in the fridge to cool.
PEANUT BUTTER CHEESECAKE FILLING – In a medium sized dish mix cream cheese and powdered sugar with an electric mixer at a minimum speed, add vanilla extract, peanut butter and heavy cream. Mix until you get fine, smooth mixture. Take the cheesecake out of the fridge and spread evenly over chocolate cheesecake filling. Put it in the fridge.
CHOCOLATE TOPPING – Melt chocolate following the instructions on the package. Add heavy cream and oil and stir well. Take the cheesecake out of the fridge. Pour chocolate topping over the cheesecake with a spoon. Sprinkle with chopped peanuts and chocolate chips.

Notes
Leave it in the fridge overnight.

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