Blue Cheese Ice Cream Cheesecake.

Blue Cheese Ice Cream Cheesecake.



  • 200ml Cream
  • 200ml Milk
  • 50g Blue Cheese(mild one-Dolcelatte)
  • 1 Tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 100g Sugar
  • 3 Egg Yolks
  • Cheesecake Base

  • 10 crushed Oatcakes
  • 50g melted Butter
  • 2 Tbsp Sugar
  • Poached Pear

  • 2 Sliced 2-3mm Unripe Pears
  • 2Tbsp+4Tbsp water Sugar
  • Walnuts


  1. For the ice cream, put milk, cream, sugar, cheese and vanilla in a pan and warm until cheese melts. Now beat the egg yolks until they go pale in colour. Transfer a little warm milk to the eggs then put this back into the pan with the remainder of the liquid. Heat, while stirring, until the mixture thickens and coats the back of a spoon like custard.
  2. Cool, then churn in ice cream maker.
  3. For base of cheesecake, pour melted butter with crushed oatcakes and sugar. Place mixture in an 8cm ring and put in fridge to chill and set.
  4. For the pears, heat sugar and water. Place pears in the mixture and cook for about 5-7 mins until soft. Once cooked remove, add walnuts to syrup and boil until this sticks to the walnuts.
  5. Put the pears around the sides of the ring moulds and trim the tops. Fill with ice cream and put back in freezer.
  6. Give it 15mins at room temperature to defrost before serving.


  1. This blue cheesecake IS unbelievable. I adore blue cheese, so this is right up my alley. You’ve done it with such flair..kudos, and thanks for the lovely comment about my zebra 😉

    • Dave Crichton

      Thanks Lisa, maybe I should put my thinking cap on and design an orange striped cheesecake and call it a Tiger cheesecake! I noticed you have a lot of macaron recipes, I’ve tried to make purely savoury ones: let me know what you think and any tips you may have to perfect them.


  2. what a gorgeous presentation! I’m so curious as to what this would taste like, how fun.

    • Dave Crichton

      It tastes along the lines of sweetened marscapone. Cheesy but definitely a dessert. It’s dead simple to make and a real centre piece.

  3. This sounds amazing! I love blue cheese, cheesecake and pears…this is a wonderful flavor combination. I would love to try it!

    • Dave Crichton

      Apologies for delay in response Amy, I couldn’t get hold of my blog while i was away working. You should give it a go. It’s the simplest ice cream ever to make and the results are unique! Let me know if you do give it a go.

  4. Oh I am stealing this recipe quick smart!!!

    What a gorgeous unique dish!

    I love your whole website, I couldn’t decide which dish to read about first they all looked simply amazing! I will be cooking a few and getting back to you;)

    • Dave Crichton

      Hi Julie, apologies for delaying in replying I’ve been in Cuba and internet is not their best quality. The cheesecake is really simple and I loved it. As long as you serve it to open minded people it’ll go down a storm. Let me know how you get on!


  5. This looks absolutely lovely … looking forward to tasting it!

    • Dave Crichton

      As strange as it sounds, you will be making this for lots of guests as its so surreal. Pleased you like Maire.

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