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Banana Cream Pie Cheesecake Recipe
Banana Cream Pie Cheesecake is a velvety cheesecake topped with a thick layer of banana cream, fresh bananas and whipped topping.
Iklan mid I wanna try making the cheesecake but I only have the spring form pan, I don’t have the regular cake pan. So I’m wondering whether can I just use foil to cover the bottom of my spring form pan so that when I steam/bake the cake, water doesn’t seep into the batter. There is no rising agent in Japanese cheesecake, so it will get its lift from meringue. It’s baked in a bain marie or water bath that gives it moisture. I used a lasagna / roasting pan for the water bath, but any baking dish or pan large enough to contain the cake pan will work. When done, the cheesecake will retract from the sides of the pan as shown here. You can serve the cheesecake upside down the way it is when you turn it out of the pan. Or flip the cheesecake again so it’s right side up. It’s a cross between regular cheesecake and a fluffy chiffon cake. Compared to regular cheesecake it has considerably less cream cheese, yet its flavor is extremely pronounced. It’s airy and incredibly moist and soft. Although it has less sugar than regular cheesecake, the sweetness is just perfect Soft like a pillow and light as air, diet-friendly Japanese cheesecake delivers a delicious rich flavor of cream cheese with a subtle tanginess of lemon that won’t compromise your diet. You can have your cheesecake and eat it too! Pour hot water into the holding dish when it’s already in the oven, rather than fill it before and have the water slosh around as you transfer it to the oven. Place the rack at the lowest level, just above the heating element, to avoid over browning the surface. For this post I made a couple of cheesecakes each time, varying the bake time and oven temperature. I got the best results with nice even browning when I baked it at 325°F for one hour, then lowered the temperature to 320°F and baked it for an additional ten minutes. I turned the oven off and let the cheesecake sit in the oven, with the door closed, for another 45 minutes. Ingredients Separate: 6 large eggs Melt together: 1 cup + 2 tablespoons cream cheese (260 g) 4 tablespoons unsalted butter (57 g) 7 tablespoons milk (96 g) Sift together: ¾ cup cake flour (88 g) 2 ½ tablespoons + 1 teaspoon corn starch (28 g) ¼ teaspoon salt Prepare: 1 ½ tablespoons + 1 teaspoon lemon juice (23 g) ¼ teaspoon cream of tartar ¾ cup granulated sugar (165 g) Equipment needed: One 8-inch x 3-inch OR 9-inch x 3-inch round cake pan Water bath (bain marie) - baking dish or pan large enough to hold the cake pan (I used a roasting / lasagna pan) to be filled with hot waterClick Here For Direction >>> Soft and Light as Air Japanese Cheesecake Iklan Footer Tweet
Creme Brulee Pumpkin Cheesecake
Dreamy Creme Brulee Pumpkin cheesecake. Silky pumpkin cheesecake made with ginger snap cookie crust and caramelized sugar on top.
Chocolate Mini Cheesecake with Oreo Crust
Chocolate Mini Cheesecake with Oreo Crust - creamy, rich cheesecake with full chocolate taste and Oreo layer, topped with chocolate ganache.
Mini Key Lime Cheesecakes
These Mini Key Lime Cheesecakes feature an easy homemade graham cracker crust topped with a smooth and creamy key lime cheesecake filling!
Easy Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake
This phenomenal Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake has a thick layer of cheesecake, topped with a layer of spiced pumpkin cheesecake, all wrapped in a graham cracker crust!
Eggnog Cheesecake with Gingersnap Crust
Eggnog Cheesecake with Gingersnap Crust - Rich, creamy, and full of classic eggnog flavor! Featuring the traditional warm spice flavors of the holidays.
Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cheesecake
Happy Birthday to me! Yep, this was my birthday cake. And let me tell you, this is a dessert worthy of the name "cake". It was decadent. It was dreamy. It made my tastebuds do a happy dance. Then, it made me realize I had to get it out of the house. Stat. Did I get it out of the house? Not so much. Admittedly, I don't have a lot of cheesecake recipes on the blog. It's actually not my favorite dessert. Have I told my cheesecake story? It's actually not much of a story, but when I was in 5th grade and my parents were having some sort of dinner party, I ate an entire cheesecake. By myself. Do you know what happened next? I was sick all night long and it was a long, LONG time before I tried cheesecake again. Even the smell of it made me nauseous for years. The aversion is so bad, I can't even eat plain cream cheese on bagels. I can handle a salmon-flavored cream cheese on bagels, but that's a whole other story. I did try cheesecake again in college. I had one bite of a friend's, and I discovered it really wasn't so bad. Now today, I can handle a piece of cheesecake if it's done right. As in, the cream cheese flavor isn't overpowering. And this particular cheesecake? It's done right. The salted caramel topping has a lot to do with the sheer deliciousness of this cheesecake. This sauce is the bomb! I was surprised by how easy it was to make. If anyone remembers my trials and tribulations with my Cinnamon Sugar & Caramel Snack Mix where I had to make that caramel sauce, like, 5 times- this sauce is not that. This was 100% perfect on the 1st try. That's something people, that is something. I'm not sure what it is, but I did notice two differences right off the bat between the two sauces- 1. This salted caramel sauce utilizes white sugar while the snack mix uses brown sugar. 2. The snack mix sauce has you melt the brown sugar and butter together. With the salted caramel, you melt the sugar, then add the butter. Do those differences account for the disparity between the two sauces? They must. The cheesecake has a lovely Oreo cookie crust. You could crush your cookies in the food processor to get a more fine crumb, but you know what? My dishwasher was full and I didn't feel like hand washing the food processor. After all, this was my birthday cake. So I got out a Ziplock bag and my mallet. A little smashy-smashy later and I had my crust. Ah, stress relief. It's hard to tell from this picture, by my cheesecake actually split. Argh! I hate when that happens. Luckily, for this cake, it didn't matter. I sprinkled some chocolate chips in the crack- Then I spread the caramel sauce on the top. Voila! You can't even tell there was once a crack. FYI- There's a couple of techniques to use to keep your cheesecake from cracking. First of all, it's super important to completely grease your pan. Completely. Stick-age is the enemy here. As for baking the cheesecake, one technique is to bake your cheesecake in a water bath. Another technique is to simply run a thin knife around the edge of the cheesecake when it first comes out of the oven. The reason the cheesecake cracks is that the sides of the cheesecake stick to that pan while the cake is sinking a bit, causing it to crack. Running a knife around the edge of the pan will remedy that problem. Did I mention how completely scarf-able this cheesecake is?? 100% Scarf-able :-) So, I've just got tell all of you- I'm not sure who is sharing my Chicken Fajita Casserole but dang you guys! I've been getting crazy traffic for that recipe. I'd already had 750 hits by the time I woke up this morning! For those of you not in the know, I normally get about 200 hits a day so this extra traffic is always welcome. And surprising! I had 1500+ hits yesterday, which just blew my mind. I'm going into the weekend pretty happy, to say the least! :-) Have a great weekend everyone! Recipe adapted from: Sally's Baking Addiction Ingredients: Sauce- 1 cup granulated sugar 6 tbsp salted butter, cut into 6 pieces 1/2 cup heavy cream 1 tsp salt Cake- 1 cup Oreo cookies, finely crushed 3 tbsp unsalted butter, melted 3 (8 oz) packages of cream cheese, softened 1 (14 oz) can sweetened, condensed milk 3 large eggs, room temp 2 tsp vanilla extract 1 cup mini chocolate chips (plus more for topping) sea salt (optional-for topping) Directions: 1. Make the caramel sauce- in a small saucepan, heat sugar over medium heat. Use a heat-resistant spatula to continually stir the sugar. It will start to melt and from brown clumps. Keep stirring! Once the sugar is melted, add the butter. Be careful to keep stirring as the caramel will bubble up when you add the butter. Stir the butter until completely melted, 2-3 minutes. Continue stirring as you slowly drizzle the cream in. Keep stirring again, because the caramel will bubble up again when you add the cream. Allow the mixture to boil for 1 minute, then remove pan from heat. Immediately stir in the salt. Set sauce aside and allow to cool before using. Store in a glass jar for ease of use, keep sauce in the fridge. 2. Preheat oven to 300º. Thoroughly grease a 9-inch springform pan. Set aside. 3. In a mixing bowl, combine Oreo's and butter. Press mixture evenly into the springform pan. 4. Prepare the filling- place cream cheese in a stand mixer or mixing bowl to use an electric beater on in. Beat the cream cheese until fluffy, 2-3 minutes. Beat in the condensed milk. Beat in the eggs, one by one until thoroughly mixed. Mix in the vanilla. Add chocolate chips to the bowl, and fold in gently with a spatula. Pour filling into springform pan. Top with a handful of mini chocolate chips. 5. Bake in preheat oven for 40-50 minutes, or until the cheesecake is set and jiggles slightly in the center. Run a thin knife around the edge of the cheese cake (but leave it in the pan) and place on a cooling rack. Allow cheese cake to cool before chilling in the fridge in the springform pan overnight. 6. Before serving, heat caramel sauce in the microwave for 10-15 seconds. Pop springform pan off cheesecake. Pour enough caramel sauce over the top of the cheese cake to cover it. Top with more chocolate chips and a sprinkle of sea salt, if desired. Slice, and serve immediately. *A note about the caramel sauce- Caramel is extremely temperamental during the spring and summer months when the humidity is high. A more experienced baker than I told me that they never make caramel sauce in the summer because it almost always seizes. I can testify to that. A good work around for me in the summer is to cheat with the caramel sauce. I take a bag of packaged caramels (like Werther's), place them in a saucepan, and add 2-3 tbsp of heavy cream. Heat the pan over medium heat, stirring constantly. When the caramels have melted and the cream is incorporated, add the salt to taste. Start with 1/2 tsp. Only add another 1/2 tsp of salt if you need it. Use as you would the other sauce. *A note about baking time- My oven is a convection oven, which bakes about 20% faster than a normal oven. If you are using a regular oven, baking time may take longer, about 60-70 minutes. Check your cheesecake every 5 minutes or so after 50 minutes by jiggling the pan. Printable Recipe If you liked this recipe, you may enjoy these- Mini Blackberry Swirl Cheesecakes Carmelitas Cookies & Cream Cake Linked to: Create It Thursday, Thank Goodness It's Thursday, Weekend Potluck, Foodie Friday, Foodie Friends Friday Linky Party, Snickerdoodle Sunday, Treasure Box Tuesday SaveSave SaveSave
German Chocolate Cheesecake | Delicious Chocolate Cheesecake Recipe
13 · 85 minutes · This German Chocolate Cheesecake is so delicious! It's a gooey, rich and wonderful chocolate cheesecake with a chocolate crust and a coconut pecan topping!
- 4 Egg yolks
- 4 Eggs
- 1 12 oz can Evaporated milk
Baking & Spices
- 3 tbsp Cocoa
- 1 tbsp Flour
- 8 oz German chocolate
- 2 1/2 cups Sugar
- 2 tsp Vanilla
Nuts & Seeds
- 2 2/3 cups Coconut, sweetened
- 1 1/4 cups Pecans
- 2 cups Oreo crumbs
- 1 cup Butter
- 1 24 ounces packages Cream cheese
- 1 cup Sour cream