Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Recipe Box # 28 Cheesecake

New York Cheesecake - I made the recipe from Jenn's Random Scraps.  I made it without a crust and cut the recipe in half to make it like a pie.  Check out Jenn for a luscious cake.  Also, get the recipe there.


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13 comments:

  1. So glad to see you tried my cheesecake! How did you like it without a crust? I've thought about trying a miniature version of this recipe in my muffin tin. Sara's caramel toffee crunch cheesecake looks wonderful too.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Nice theme..Hope its only for cheese based recipe..First time here and happy to follow you..

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  3. I LOVE cheesecake, but honestly - I can't give up the crust :)
    Thank you for another party Chaya :)

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  4. I'm making cheesecake today too! As soon as I run out and pick up some sour cream.

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  5. Thanks for the shout out on the cheesecake. It is divine! And so rich, you only need a little piece - at least a little at a time!

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  6. I love cheesecake. Feel like making one after looking at yours :) Just link up my Gingerbread cookies recipe. Thanks for hosting. Wishing you Merry Christmas and X'mas!

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  7. Hi Chaya,

    Thanks for featuring my gluten free party trays!

    I don't think I've ever had cheesecake without the crust. Yours looks really good.

    Have a great week and Happy Holidays!

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  8. I love cheesecake - probably my favorite dessert. Thank you for hosting!

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  9. I'll take cheesecake any style--with or without the crust!
    Thanks for hosting, Chaya.

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  10. Lovely cheesecake, Chaya, and what delicious looking features! This week I've shared an old family recipe for classic Sugar Cookies. Thank you for hosting!

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  11. Hi Chaya, thanks for featuring my Sourdough Biscuits! I'm sharing an favorite bar cookie today, thanks also for hosting :)

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  12. Hi Chaya, I've just linked a Blusberry and Almond Tartlet, perfect for Christmas!
    Wish you and your family "Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year".

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  13. Thank you for linking up this week!

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