Top these thick and creamy cheesecakes with fresh fruit, rich chocolate, or even a fun mocha twist, and get ready to hear your guests rave.
Lightened Chocolate-Coffee Cheesecake With Mocha Sauce
The marbled topping makes this cheesecake worthy of any bake sale or buffet table. Plus, it's simple to make. Just melt bittersweet
chocolate and pour over the cheesecake batter, then swirl a butter knife through the chocolate to create your own unique designs.
Here’s what we love about this creamy cheesecake: the cinnamon graham cracker-pecan crust, the caramel apple slices on the
top, and the apple jelly glaze that’s drizzled over the top. According to one online reviewer, this cheesecake is full of
good apple flavor that just screams “Autumn."
"Joy" is right! At around two dollars a serving, this decadent cheesecake recipe is a treat to make and to taste. Make it
the night or morning before you plan to indulge—it needs to chill for seven hours.
Blend two of fall's best flavors, caramel and apple, for a lightened cheesecake that's out of this world. It features a homemade
graham cracker crust, flavored cheesecake filling, and a fresh apple topping.
White Chocolate Cheesecake with Cranberry Currant Compote
As if the rich white chocolate filling and the thick chocolate wafer crust weren’t enough, this cheesecake is crowned with
a juicy cranberry topping that soaks into the cake and adds more tart, sweet flavor.
Get ready for a welcome chocolate-and-cookie overload. This simple, easy-to-make cheesecake calls for a cookie-crumb crust
and mini chocolate chips scattered throughout the sweet filling. You'll never believe that it's light.
Keep ready-to-eat cheesecake filling on hand for this quick treat and you'll have dessert in less than five minutes. Serve
the dip with fresh fruit (such as pears, cherries, or strawberries) and assorted cookies (such as crisp biscotti).
Grandma's deep-bottom dish won't know what hit it. This banana pudding update calls for coffee liqueur, chopped walnuts, and
a stiff meringue. One of our online reviewers crowned it "the best cheesecake I've ever tasted."
Cheesecakes look high maintenance, but the prep work can be amazingly easy. Use a food processor to blend the filling, then
layer with chopped candy bars. The melty top layer will make this Snickers cheesecake a family favorite for years to come.