7 Minute-7 Ingredient Blender Cheesecake

"This is an easy cheesecake recipe that comes out light and delicious. Especially easy if you leave out the optional graham crust!"
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Ready In:
1hr 10mins




  • Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
  • Blend all ingredients together in the blender for seven minutes.
  • Pour into spring form pan (with graham cracker crumbs pressed into the bottom for crust optional).
  • Bake for one hour or until center is just about set.
  • Chill several hours or overnight.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Mark S.
    What size spring pan is best suited for this recipe please? I dont see any mention of it anywhere? Thank you
  2. Lucille M.
    I don't own a springform pan can I use just a pie plate?
  3. Cynthia M.
    Is it really necessary to leave in the blender for 7 min?


  1. Sharon Dockins
    This is WONDERFUL!!!! Really light and fluffly and so easy to make. I also added a little Lemon Juice to it.
  2. grapefruit
    wow, i love this recipe. i made this cake 3 years ago and lost the recipe and couldn't remember where i got it from ... just stumbled across this on zaar. i made this several times with a crumb crust & can't wait to make it again. thanks for the great recipe, karen!
  3. ladypit
    I made this last night for a friend who is having sort of a rough time and who's favorite thing is cheescake. I poured the batter into my springform pan only to realize that it was leaking. So I poured it into a pie plate and just went with it. It was done at 1 hour and I put it in the fridge overnight. I gifted it this morning and didn't get to try any but her report, when asked how many stars she would give it from 1-5 was "5! Definitely 5!" I made it crustless and she said she was dipping things (like pretzels!) into the cheesecake. Thanks for making it so easy to make my friend happy!
  4. najwa
    This is very good and easy .. I didn't use the graham cracker crust, I sandwiched the cheesecake in a sponge and my husband loved it .. thanks


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