Cheesecake is not only one of the most delicious desserts in the world, but also one of the most versatile! No matter what flavor combinations you like, there is a cheesecake recipe out there to satisfy all your cravings. Options range from banana bread bottom cheesecake to salted caramel chocolate chip cheesecake to even a pickle cheesecake for the more adventurous eaters out there.
If you’re looking for a cheesecake with a fruity twist, consider these white chocolate blueberry cheesecake recipes. Each one highlights the inventive combination of the sweet white chocolate and the freshness of the blueberry.
The blog Baker by Nature posted a photo of a white chocolate blueberry cheesecake that almost looks too beautiful to eat. Almost.
The amazing secret behind this dessert is using reduced-fat Greek yogurt instead of sour cream. This substitution keeps the cheesecake’s scrumptious creaminess and taste while also cutting the calories way down.
Here are two important tips to keep in mind while making this recipe:
1) To make this cheesecake, you will need a springform pan, which allows you to remove the pan from around the cake after it’s done baking. These specialty cake pans are easy to find in most major retailers and online stores.
2) It’s also critical that the white chocolate blueberry cheesecake cooks in a water bath. This entails setting the springform pan into a larger pan filled with hot water. A water bath keeps your cheesecake smooth and crack-free and helps it cook thoroughly without burning.
Are bite-sized dessert treats more your speed? The blog Country Cleaver has a recipe for white chocolate blueberry mini cheesecakes that look as cute as they do delectable. While cheesecake can seem intimidating to make, these mini treats only take about 25 minutes to whip up. Plus, they are perfect to serve at your next dinner party!
To get the perfect size and shape of these little beauties, these also require a special mini cheesecake pan. But beyond that, the recipe relies on simple, easy-to-find ingredients. All you’ll need are some graham crackers, cream cheese, vanilla, eggs, sugar, butter and, of course, white chocolate and blueberries.
The bite-sized snacks only require about 10 minutes of prep, as well as an additional 15 minutes of cook time. And just look at how great they turn out:
Either one of these recipes will make a perfect dessert for your family and friends to enjoy. Happy baking!