Mango Cheesecake Recipe – Nevis Style

Mango Cheesecake Recipe - Nevis Island

Mango Cheesecake With A Caribbean Flair

Pemos Restaurant
Camps, Nevis


1 Store bought Graham Cracker crust
3 Large ripe mangoes, diced
3 Packages Philadelphia cream cheese, softened (8 Ounces, NOT the light non-sense)
1¼ Cups sugar
1 Teaspoon (REAL) vanilla extract
4 Large AA eggs

Cooking Method:

Process mangoes in food processor (#ad) or blender until puréed.  With an electric mixer, beat Philadelphia cream cheese, 1¼ cups sugar, and vanilla extract until fluffy.  Beat in eggs 1 at a time, mixing  just until yellow disappears after each addition.  Stir in puréed mango.

Pour batter into prepared crust.  Bake at 325º for 1 hour and 25 minutes.  Cool in pan on a wire rack for at least one hour. Cover and chill for at least eight hours.

Garnish with fresh mango slices, fresh strawberries, and fresh mint if so desired

Author’s Note:  This cheesecake dessert goes down really nice with a glass of Guavaberry Liqueur and Espresso (#ad) :)

Mango Facts

  • Nevis has more than 40 types of Mangoes!
  • The Mango is an ancient fruit that can be dated as old as 4000 years.
  • There are over 500 mango fruit varieties grown all over the world and most of them ripen in summer.
  • Tropical mangoes are related to cashews and pistachios.
  • The vitamin content of mango varies depending on the variety and maturity of the fruit. While still green mangoes have higher vitamin C content but as the fruit ripens and matures the amount of vitamin A it contains increases.
  • The mango is a national fruit of not just one country but 3. These countries include India, the Philippines and Pakistan.
  • Although available and considered a staple fruit it Africa and many Asian countries, mangoes are still considered exotic in America.

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