A cheesecake that lighter and fluffier than your standard western style cheesecakes. Easy to make, and will please a crowd!
What better way to have dulce de leche than in a cheesecake? I know at least 10 people who can vouch that this is a very good combination!
Theme 13: Dessert Cookbook Used: Kitchen – Recipes from the Heart of the Home Author: Nigella Lawson My plan was to make Adam Liaw’s ant’s nest cake for this theme, but a craving for chocolate + peanut butter won, and I made this cake to take to Grandma’s house for dessert. I fell in love
First of all; I did not bake this. My lovely mother did. So you can all thank Iron Chef Mumma for this one. I came home to find her latest recipe book open to this recipe. I read the title, then had to re-read it out loud to confirm what I was reading was correct.
The occasion? My mum’s boss came to dinner, I owed him a cheesecake, and this one looked the most impressive in off of my books. The only problem was, we needed marsala which mum kindly took care of at the local bottle-o. I not a big coffee person. I can drink a mocha (half chocolate,
Due to the excessive amount of ricotta in my fridge thanks to the lovely people at Perfect Italiano Cheese, I wanted to try a ricotta cheesecake recipe I haven’t tried before. Nerdy Rob’s mum makes an amazing ricotta cake, but I knew that required cream cheese as well and I didn’t have any in my
Saturday night was a family affair, last gathering together before my parents jet off overseas. I offered to make dessert and decided I’d try yet another cheesecake recipe from the Australian Woman’s Weekly Cheesecake book. Oh what a story to tell! Usually when doing a cheesecake mum taught me to cover the base of the
Birthday cake for the birthday boy! I felt like making a cheesecake, so I gave him a choice of three. He chose this one. Taken from the Australian Woman’s Weekly Cheesecakes cookbook (pg 30). Recipe says to cook for 1 hour, however mine took 2 hours! After 1 hour it was moving around still, so
These were actually done by my best friend and I for Christmas 2006. I got the idea from a work colleague and we thought they would make great little gifts for people. – 1 packet of Arnott’s Chocolate Royals – White melting chocolate (we used Nestle melts) – 1 packet Jaffas – 1 packet confectionery