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    Shipping something cheesecakish overseas?

    Sat Feb 18, 2012 4:41 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    My BF is overseas in Afghanistan right now and I would love to send him something cheesecake like. Cheesecake itself, is out of the question, I realize.

    I've tried to find any jar recipes that might work. It takes two weeks for stuff to get there. Even something that is cheesecake flavored would work.

    I don't know if it were "canned" persay like the cake jars are if they would be ok or not. I'm leaning towards no.

    If anyone had ideas, I would love them!
    Thu Feb 23, 2012 7:46 pm
    Forum Host
    Hi, bcemtgirl.

    Have you contacted your local Post Office or a military base to ask for suggestions?

    Because I can't think of any particular recipe that might qualify for shipping easily or classify as a cheesecake. But I did do a quick search and came up with two (whcih I cannot vouch for any of them because I have not made any of them), but I thought maybe one or two might meet your needs.

    Cheesecake Cookies
    Crescent Sopaipilla / Sopapilla Cheesecake

    Good luck!
    Fri Feb 24, 2012 1:43 pm Groupie
    This might be helpful ( backpacking recipes )

    You could send him boxes of the dry Jello Cheesecake instant pudding mixes, he can prepare it with shelf stable milk, a can of evaporated milk ( not sweetened condensed milk ) or dry milk. ( he can use a fork to whisk ) and ready made mini graham cracker pie crusts. ( if the crusts break - he can sprinkle them throughout the pudding instead ).
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