Butter Pecan Cheesecake

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This is a wonderful version of a butter pecan cheesecake. It fits in a pre-packaged graham wafer crust that helps to speed up the recipe, but offers home made excellence in the filling. Pecans add a sweet and tender flavor to the pie, a wonderful complement to the sharp cream cheese flavor.

This is a great way to try your first cheesecake. Traditional cheesecakes are baked in a special pan that sits in a water bath. One of the challenges of making this kind of cake is that if the pan is not perfectly put together, water can leak in to the bottom of the cake and ruin its result. There are no worries of that happening with this easy version of the cheesecake classic. It is the perfect recipe for a young and upcoming baker, and offers the opportunity to put together a different kind of cake, made from cream cheese and eggs with a bit of sugar and flavors. Be sure to use cream cheese that is quite soft and warm, otherwise it will be hard to get it to the creamy state that is required for this recipe.

Cheesecake is delicious, whether you serve a simple version of it, as here, or whether you make something filled with liquors and a sauce or multiple layers of ingredients and so on. For example, this recipe also recommends a drizzle of caramel on top. Any way it is made, it is a delicious, creamy, less sweet dessert than many others. You can feel pretty good about feeding this to your family as a result. Why not try this recipe out today? It takes a bit of time to cook and then needs to cool, but it could be ready for your happy family tonight.

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