Dessert On A Budget? Try The Trixy Cheesecake by Kwality Walls (2023)
Kwality Walls Trixy Cheesecake is a cup of delightful bites. Here’s why.
A crisp, crumbly base topped with a layer of rich cream and a berry topping- this slice of heaven is called a cheesecake. And what we were to tell you that you can relish the same flavors in a 70-buck dessert cup?
We ordered the much-hyped frozen dessert from Kwality Walls. Our Kwality Walls Trixy Cheesecake review is based on parameters like taste and texture.
Is this worth a try?
All you need to know is explained here.
|Kwality Walls Trixy Cheesecake||Product Details|
|Net Weight||70 grams|
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Our Review Factors
How did we review Kwality Walls Trixy Cheesecake? This section explains our parameters.
The prime question – how close does this frozen dessert come to the taste of a cheesecake? Is the sweetness balanced? Does the berry sauce taste fresh? Are there any off-putting flavors, like that of fat sources or berries turned bad?
Do the flavors of the berry sauce, ‘cheesecake’ and crumble marry well?
We gauged the texture of the three components individually and then together as a bite.
Was the cookie crust packed well or crumbly? Did it add some crunch to an otherwise creamy, melt-in-the-mouth dessert? What about the middle layer, was it smooth and rich or did it have some graininess? And the berry sauce/compote at the top? Was it too flowy or did it have some structure? Spread evenly? Did the berry bits add any textural variation?
3. Other Parameters
Here, we recorded the price, packaging, shelf life, and more.
Kwality Walls Trixy Cheesecake – Detailed Review
Price + Packaging
This frozen dessert is offered in a small tub-shaped container that is covered with a purple label. It holds 70 grams of product and is priced at Rs 70/-. This has a shelf life of 12 months.
The key ingredients used are water, blueberry fruit preparation (19.7%), cinnamon cookie pieces (11%), sugar, edible palm oil, milk solids, liquid glucose, emulsifier (E 471), vegetable protein soy, stabliziers (E 412, E 417, E 407, E 410), nature identical (cheesecake flavoring), food colors (E 102, E 110)
The blueberry fruit preparation uses Sugar, Fruits (Blueberry, Apple), Water, Liquid glucose, Nature identical flavoring substances, Thickeners (E440, E410), Acidity regulator – E330, Food color E133)]
The cinnamon cookie is made with Sugar, Refined wheat flour, Interesterified vegetable oil (palm oil, palmolein, Rice bran oil, cottonseed oil and sesame oil), Malt, Cinnamon powder, Milk solids, Raising agents (E503(ii), E500(ii)), Potato starch, Iodised salt, Emulsifier E472 (e), Antioxidant E300, Nature identical and artificial flavoring substances (vanilla)
Why is this called a frozen dessert and not an ice cream? It’s because of its ingredient list. For details, click here.
Aroma + Appearance
At the top, we saw a berry sauce that had an eye-catchy hue with shades of purple. There were bits of the fruit too. We had a better view of the dessert on scooping out a spoonful, there was a layer of cookie crumble, followed by the cheesecake creme layer, and topped with a berry sauce.
Upon gauging the textures individually, we found that the layer of cookie crumble was not as thick or as densely packed like that of a regular cheesecake slice. It did have a bite which breaks the monotony of an otherwise creamy dessert.
The cheese layer looks fairly similar to the OG, though not as creamy, the smoothness coated our palette like how the actual dessert does. This wasn’t icy either.
Though uneven, the berry sauce layer added some chewiness with its jam-like consistency. As a bite, these layers worked well.
The overall sweetness was well-balanced, no complaints there. The bottom-most layer of cookie crumble had a lovely cinnamon flavor that tied the dessert together wonderfully. The cream cheese layer had the right sweetness and did not taste stale or industrial, which was a concern as this frozen dessert contains cheesecake flavoring and is not actually made using cream cheese.
The berry sauce was primarily sweet with hints of tartness, beautiful flavor.
So, did it work well? Absolutely.
- Replicates cheesecake flavors well
- All three elements have apt textures
- Impressive packaging
- Pocket-friendly pricing
- The cinnamon cookie crumble is delicious
- The proportion of the cookie crumble to the other two components was low.
Want something more elaborate than ice cream? But not as heavy as a slice of cheesecake? Here’s the best of both worlds in a small tub- Kwality Walls Trixy Cheesecake.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on Kwality Walls trixy cheesecake
Yes, looking at the ingredient list, this is classified as a food with low nutrient-density.
Yes, but ensure the child is not allergic to any of the ingredients. Also, monitor consumption and make sure it is occasional.
Yes, vegetarians can have this frozen dessert.
This is a single-serve jar.
It has a one-year shelf life.
A cinnamon-flavored cookie base topped with creamy richness and tarty berry bits- what’s not to like? Kwality Walls Trixy Cheesecake replicates the flavors of the OG dessert quite well. The sweetness and freshness were impressive.
Do note that this has a lot of additives and we advise occasional consumption.
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