Elegant way to serve cheesecakes - makes 12 beautiful little mini cheesecakes! Delicious and low fat! You can't ask for anything more!! You can replace the ricotta by cottage cheese. If you only have large marshmallows, use scissors to cut into smaller pieces. Adapted from a R. Reisman recipe.
A perfect flavour combination ....... a creamy, velvety texture ......... delicious! When I saw the photo in the Company's Coming - Baking - Simple To Sensational, I just had to buy the book. This recipe alone made me glad that I bought it! I forgot to keep track of my prep time (so I've estimated) but due to the standing time, its best to make this a day in advance.
Originally found on the HersheysKitchens.com site. This is fantastically wonderful!!! It is too much - it is so awesome! Can't find anymore expletives to describe this dessert. Hope you enjoy this as much as we have over the years. I did not include 3 hour refrigerator time in passive cook time. Also, the Triple Drizzle is optional. Don't let the long list of explanations bother you it is mostly repetitive. Give it a try - I am sure you will like it.
This is a decadent, moist cheesecake that never fails. I got the recipe from my sister-in-law who brings it to every family function. There are never any leftovers!
*This cheesecake needs to be made and refrigerated one day in advance.
Hope you enjoy!
Toblerone is a delicious chocolate candy bar made in Switzerland. It is made of Swiss chocolate, honey and almond nougat. The chocolate bars can usually be found at your local supermarket on the candy aisle, or at gourmet candy stores. Toblerone is available in both milk and dark chocolate bars. This is a delicious no bake recipe I found on the net. Cook time is chill time.
Got this recipe from tootsie.com but I haven't tried it yet. Looks tasty. Let me know how it turns out! I usually use chocolate graham crackers when it calls for chocolate cookie crumbs. Makes an almost brownie tasting crust and my family loves it! (Cooking time includes chilling time.)
WOW is this good! I found this recipe in an old cheesecake cookbook called "Cheesecake Madness" that I had purchased at a church rummage sale. I don't know why someone didn't want a book with a recipe this delicious in it. It is nice and thick, melts in your mouth, and forget about dieting...this cheesecake is chock full of diet-wrecking temptations!
From www.TopSecretRecipes.com People will beg you to make this again and again! I found this one in a copy cat recipe book. I decided to try it because Cheesecake Factory makes awesome cheesecakes... and this turned out sooo yummy! Great in the summer time.... or any time. Rich and creamy!
If you like the "Turtle Candy" you'll love this cheesecake. I was able to attend a cooking show back in 1999 hosted by Chef John Folse and this is the recipe he demonstrated. If you like Louisiana cooking get his "Hot Beignets & Warm Boudoirs" cookbook. He traveled through all the B&B's in LA and out of hundreds some appear in his cookbook. There is also some marvelous history and pictures of plantation homes. My family loves this, very rich, but oh so good! I tweaked it a bit using chocolate graham crackers and lighter fare ingedients.
I feel sad for anyone who has never been to a Cheesecake Factory restaurant. This cheesecake is out of this world! I think you will find the nut crust quite unusual. Sometimes I double the crust portion of the recipe just so I can have a thicker crust.
Very pretty frosted like a cake with the top edge piped with a star tip. Found this recipe in a pack of recipes from Great American Home Baking. You can make the cheesecake up to 2 to 3 days in advance, frosting it the day you want to serve it.