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if you wanted to up the class, you could go with a nice chocoalte semifreddo, maybe with a hazelnut dacquoise base.

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if you wanted to up the class, you could go with a nice chocoalte semifreddo
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Semifreddo?
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^^^^ lol rofl!!!
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You can't tell us that and then give us the honorable mention. Where's the good recipe.?
Well, the changes I make are probably all in the comments section of that recipe. Instead of making the raspberry filling, I use Smucker's Seedless Raspberry Preserves, microwaved and then blended in with a cake spatula. For the crust I use cinnamon graham crackers, crushed in a gallon ziplock bag with a rolling pin, and delete the extra sugar. I reduce some sugar in the cheese filling too. I bake it in a water bath and I only ever use whipped cream I make myself and with very little sugar. No one does this better than I do. I could market this if I knew how to make it in large batches. Do it and your party invites will skyrocket.
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A word of warning: Cheescake is very sensitive to time and temperature. You will want to try one out before you are under pressure to bake one for the family party.
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Do you guys have any idea how torturous this thread is to an old guy trying to stick to a diabetic diet?
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Did a practice run today. Kids destroyed it, so I guess it wasn't bad. I did get a crack in it, but it kinda sealed itself as it cooled. Topping was simple strawberry syrup, but I put too much on so it was a bit messy. Spent much more time cleaning the kitchen than cooking.
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what recipe did you use?
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One from a coworker in the end (I just winged the strawberry topping).


Crust
1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
1/4 cup sugar
1/3 cup melted butter
1/8 teaspoon salt


Filling
2 large packages of cream cheese, at room temperature
2 large eggs
2/3 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
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Cheesecake is the best desert! Many of my favorite cheesecakes are made with liqueurs. Just make the basic cheesecake recipe and add a half cup of your favorite liqueur to the mix for flavoring. The most important thing to know about cheesecake is you need to make it two days ahead of when you want to eat it and leave it sit in the fridge for 2 days so the flavors can properly blend. It tastes 10 times better that way.
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