To Die For Cheesecake Recipe

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It may be time for a cheesecake bake off to find whether this To Die For Cheesecake Recipe meets or exceeds the many other cheesecake recipes that you likely have in your recipe collection. It could be a lot of fun. You could start baking the night before, and so begin the test tasting at breakfast. Cheesecake is a great breakfast food, after all. It has all the goodness of cheese and a little carbohydrates in the base. It is made without too much sugar and of course, the cheese is loaded with protein and plenty of vitamins and minerals as well as other goodness. And, beyond all that goodness stuff, what a lot of fun!

Get your friends together and each make a separate cake. Or play in teams. Either way, this will be a lot of fun. Cheesecake is such an old dessert, and a cake made in many cultures around the world, that it will be an interesting and also informative time, especially if you try to make the classic cake for any particular culture. Cheesecake is ultimately just that; a cake made from cheese. Served with fresh or stewed fruits, it is the perfect dessert. Maybe that is why the Greeks awarded their Olympic athletes with a cheesecake when they won their competitive games.

This recipe includes crushed nuts in the base, suggesting any kind of nut would do. That is true; however, almonds are a particularly good nut for the way they help to slow down the digestion of sugars. That means adding almonds can help you to avoid any sugar spike that could arise from eating this dessert. The French know this secret, and for many years have added almonds in the most discrete and fascinating ways to their rich desserts. Find out how to make this recipe and many others at the website, Frugal Antics.

Nutrition Facts for: To Die For Cheesecake Recipe From Frugal Antics
Ingredients: Cream cheese, sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, lemon juice, graham crackers, cinnamon, crushed nuts, butter.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 16 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 314, Calories from Fat 277, Total Fat 30.8g 47%, Saturated Fat 19.0g 95%, Cholesterol 135mg 45%, Sodium 267mg 11%, Potassium 118mg 3%, Carbohydrates 2.4g 1%, Dietary Fiber 0.0g 0%, Sugars 0.3g, Protein 7.8g, Vitamin A 24%, Vitamin C 1%, Calcium 7%, Iron 7%

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