Crème Brûlée Cheesecake:
Mother… she’s a central figure in our life, the epitome of unconditional love. In fact, motherhood is without a doubt the highest – and the sweetest! – form of giving.
Most of us have memories of our mother taking a cake out of the oven, filling the house with the aroma of sweetness. We see our wives putting little treats in schoolbags and picnic baskets and ordering lavish novelty cakes for our children’s birthday parties. So, Mother’s Day is a perfect time to give back a little to the givers of life around us, whether to our own mother or the mother of our children (or any mother in our circle of family and friends, for that matter). And what better way to honour them than with a gift from the mother of sweet creations: Pralina Confectionaries.
Mothers are known to be resourceful. So naturally,for Mother’s Day and the whole month of May, Pralina recommends our very own recipe for the finest, smoothest, classiest variation of a timeless favourite: Crème Brûlée Cheesecake. The base is crisp and crumbly made of sample biscuits and hidden under a thick and creamy layer of Madagascar vanilla crème brûlée. This seamless double-decker is then topped with our homemade raspberry jam, so it looks like a cheesecake, but delights you with an additional layer of taste extravagance in every bite. There is no doubt about it, this elegant dessert aims to please.
Instead of the Crème Brûlée Cheesecake (or maybe in addition to it?), Pralina Confectioneries suggests its classic gift box bursting with your choice of packed treats and an excellent bottle of wine from our cellar. Choose mother’s favourite or ask us for advice and we’ll point you in the right direction! From the contents to the packaging, this is a gift that has finesse written all over it.
Yes, it’s Mother’s Day on the 8th, but mothers are very forgiving and love surprises. So, whether you give her a Pralina treat on the day or later in the month, it will aways be enjoyed and appreciated. Which do you think will put the biggest smile on her face?