Sunday, April 27, 2008

A Photo Essay in the Making of Cheesecake Pops!

1-DB-0408-Prepping for challenge!
Prepping for the challenge!

2-DB-0408-Cheesecakewaterbath
Cheesecake in water bath

3-DB-0408-Forming the Balls
Forming the balls

4-DB-0408-Naked Cheesecake Pops
Naked cheesecake pops

5-DB-0408-Prepping for Decorating
Prepping for decorating

6-DB-0408-Melting Chocolate
Melting the chocolate

7-DB-0408-Daughter Helps Out
Daughter helping out

8-DB-0408-Chilling Out
Chilling out!

9-DB-0408-Yum!
YUM!

I made the cheesecake pops with my 18 year old daughter and we had a great time. We made the cheesecake the day before without any problems and had a blast decorating them the next day. We finished 2 trays of them and had some of the softer center of the cheesecake left so I used it as a filling for a lemon strawberry bundt cake that I had made the day before. The cheesecake pops were cute and delicious and we kept them in the freezer for a cool, frozen treat. This was a true challenge as it is not something that I normally would have made. I thank you for this opportunity to participate and look forward to the next challenge.

- Natashya

5 comments:

Susan said...

Beautiful with all the different colors! Your creative use of the soft center of the cake was brilliant too.

JJ said...

Wow, those look perfect! I like how you used the bowl for the cheesecake. I should do that next time. Good job!

Faery said...

they are really beautiful

Sandicita said...

Great job! I'm glad you were able to use the challenge as a bonding experience w/ your daughter. They look beautiful!

Deborah said...

Wonderful job on your first challenge! And so much fun that you could do it with your daughter!