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Member Name: Chloboshoka
Advantages: Quick, easy and fun to experiment with.
Disadvantages: It won't beat the real thing .
This recipe is inspired by my mum's love for cheesecakes and the ice cream factories at Pizza Hut. These baby cheesecakes would be good for party foods particular in the summer. I think kids would like this recipe as well because they can get their creative caps on and the majority of them overall have a sweet tooth.
Just looking at the equipment list you can see it's very hands on and you don't need to use a machine or count any measurements. I've haven't mentioned sugar in the ingredients because I think there already is enough sugar in them. I think it will be easy to clean up after doing this recipe because it's most likely only washing cutlery and getting rid of crumbs.
You can say this is somewhat cheating because you don't heat anything up, but it will be a lot cheaper than buying a cheesecake mix. I personally think baby cheesecakes are delicious. It doesn't beat the real thing, but it's a lovely quick fix.
A knife to spread and things around on the base.
A Plate to keep things on.
A Spoon to collect creamy substances.
A Bowl in case you want to mix something up with the cheesecake
A Fridge to keep the baby cheesecakes cool for later.
This will be the base of the baby cheesecake. You can choose any brand of biscuit as you choose, but I've found that HobNobs or ginger biscuits work the better for me because of the pleasant blend of flavours.
Alternatives: Ryvita slices, crackers, Snack a jacks, flapjack or even cereal bar.
I would recommend Philadelphia cheese spread for this. If you have anything you would like to include on the creamy layer then you can mix that in with some cheese spread in a bowl and once you're happy with the mixing process you can spread it on your base and make a thick layer on top of the biscuit.
For the third and final layer the surface with jam. The alternatives here are priceless. You can choose to either leave it as it is or decorate it nuts or fruit slices and candy.
Alternatives: sauces, jelly, marmalade, lemon curd
1. Pick up a biscuit.
2. Add flavours or colours to the cheese-spread using anything of your choice and mix it in a bowl. (Optional)
3. Cover the biscuit with cheese-spread
4. Cover the surface of the spread with jam.
5. Add toppings of your choice. (Optional) I personally like fruit on mine.
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