Pretty easy right? I've tried to make cheesecake a dozen different ways and this is what has yielded the best results for me. I've done it so many times over the years I don't have a recipe. After awhile, you just know what the batter should look and taste like I guess.
Originally Posted by SLB0404
If you really want to make something good, add a couple shots of Kahlua to it. That's solid. Or melt a dark chocolate bar down with a tablespoon or two of coconut oil (to get it loose) and beat it in before you add the eggs. Of course you'll want to omit the lemon, and you'll have to fine tune the heavy cream to get the right consistency, but I made a chocolate cheesecake topped with fresh blueberries and whipped heavy cream for a 4th of July BBQ this year and it flew off the table.
So many combinations, so little time. I didn't make it at my house so I had to use evaporated milk in lieu of the heavy cream, but it was still awesome. I had to run out to get heavy cream AFTER the cheesecake cooled to add the blueberries. Worth it.
This is a different blueberry one but you get the idea.
Last edited by ChocoTaco369; 07-23-2012 at 10:45 PM.
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