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Thread: I found the perfect cheesecake recipe

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    I found the perfect cheesecake recipe

    I have made this cheesecake twice so far. And it was gone in no time.
    It's easier to make than one might think considering how long the recipe is and the step by step instructions.

    http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make...kitchen-110760
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    ​oh my, that looks scrumptious !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    ​oh my, that looks scrumptious !
    It was!! We like our cheesecake plain.

    I received high praise from hubby and grandkids. My grandkids are like little food critics.lol
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    I started making cheesecakes way back when. Family adores them. I made my oldest son a cake for his birthday and he told me he got sick later. Found out that he ate huge portions of it at one time. My recipe calls for 3 or 4 8oz of Philly cream cheese. Small slices are best. thanks for the recipe and all the suggestions the baker gave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wanabee Quiltin View Post
    I started making cheesecakes way back when. Family adores them. I made my oldest son a cake for his birthday and he told me he got sick later. Found out that he ate huge portions of it at one time. My recipe calls for 3 or 4 8oz of Philly cream cheese. Small slices are best. thanks for the recipe and all the suggestions the baker gave.
    We cut it into 12 slices (still a generous size) since it's so rich. I use a 9 inch spring-form pan.
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    Thanks so much for sharing this!!!!!

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    It has been almost two decades since I've made a cheesecake, but I've been thinking about doing some baking. Your superb article has piqued my interest. I've printed out the recipe/ instructions and will experiment next month. Thanks for sharing with us!

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    Thanks Hawk! I hope to make this soon. Great share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chasing Hawk View Post
    It was!! We like our cheesecake plain.

    I received high praise from hubby and grandkids. My grandkids are like little food critics.lol
    Love cheese cake and also a purest, plain is the best way to eat it.
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    I frequently make cheese cake for family gatherings -- there are 17 of us. I have to make sure it is gluten free and free of nuts so getting the crust right is a challenge. Another favorite desert is a crumb crust and 2 cartons of mint chip ice cream topped with really good fudge sauce -- I make it in the spring form pan too.
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    1/3 cup powdered sugar
    8 oz soft cream cheese
    1/2 tsp almond flavor and about 1 Tblsp milk
    mix above then fold in 8 oz thawed tub of whipped topping (slow speed of mixer)
    pour into graham cracker pie crust.
    Top with 1/2 can cherry or blueberry pie filling that was mixed with 1/2 tsp. Almond flavoring
    Chill before serving

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    Cheesecake is our favorite. I have made them every way possible from long slow baking to no bake easy. Now I make it without the crust. We call it cheesecake pudding. Those that want a crust I put graham crackers on the plate and then put the filling on top. My granddaughter eats it like a dip with vanilla wafers .
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