Simple Steps for Making Yummy Cheesecake!

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Have you ever tried making a cheesecake but need to know the steps? Well, it’s easy; you should try it. There are many steps to creating a perfect cheesecake. Here is how you make one:

  • After you have prepared all the requirements and the ingredients, it’s time to make a cheesecake.
  • Start by melting four tablespoons of butter in your microwave.
  • Add melted butter, graham crackers, and sugar to a food processor. Pulse until well combined and the mixture is crumbly but can hold together when squeezed.
  • Press into your baking pan and set aside; in a 9-inch square baking pan, you will need approximately 1 ½ – 2 cups of crumbs (depending on how thick your crust is).
  • In a small bowl, add two tablespoons of sugar to 1 tablespoon of cream or milk (if you want different colored layers, you should use different amounts). Whisk together one color at a time until combined well; there are no lumps.
  • Now add one drop of the desired food coloring and mix it well.
  • Once all the ingredients are mixed well, roll out on a clean piece of plastic wrap into your desired thickness and size to fit your baking pan.
  • Once you have rolled out your crust, please place it in the pan and cover it with aluminum foil or in the oven for about 10 minutes to ensure it is nice and warm.
  • While your crust is cooking, use this time to make the cheesecake filling:
  • In a food processor, add the following:
  • Non-fat milk
  • Food coloring
  • Ice cubes
  • Pour in your eggs, one at a time, mashing them into the dough with a fork or whisk until your dough is evenly distributed in the pan.
  • Add two more tablespoons of non-fat milk to get your eggs fully incorporated into the dough, and mix well after each egg addition until all are nicely pressed into the bottom of your baking pan/pudding dish.
  • Add your melted butter and mix in.
  • Add two additional tablespoons of milk (or cream) if needed to thin the mixture, mine was pretty thick, but it’s a good idea to thin the mix before adding your milk for a lighter consistency.
  • Add your food coloring into your food processor and blend quickly until combined well.
  • If you are using a non-stick baking pan, as I did, take off the foil crust and place the cheesecake pan into the fridge or freezer for 15 minutes to set up.
  • After your cheesecake has cooled, take it out of the pan and ensure it still sits flat on the bottom of the pan. That will also work if you have a cake rack for your baking dish or other support.
  • Then using a sharp knife slowly cut down the middle of each cheesecake and removes them from their pans.
  • You can place them on a cake rack or aluminum foil to cool to speed up cooling time, but I prefer leaving them flat on my baking dish as it makes transporting easier.

This tutorial inspires you to make your cheesecake, and you will find that driving one is much easier than creating something from scratch. Enjoy!

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