Created at the request of ~iamtehninjawaffle223, and in the end it became my half of an art trade! (I'm so excited about this.)
This is a rather detailed tutorial, but a lot goes into a perfect cheesecake. If you haven't the time, or don't want to go through the hassle of 12hours of cheesecake making simply mix everything, blend the cherries, layer, bake, chill and eat. But I really would take the time! Perfect cheesecake is worth it. ^.~
Also, many cheesecake recipes use flour or cornstarch as a bonder and stabilizer. you're welcome to add this in when you do the sugar, but starches tend to make the cheesecake more cake-like, and detracts from the creaminess. It's all personal taste in the end.
SHadyLAdy-70Featured By OwnerApr 20, 2011Professional General Artist
I'm designing a website for a school assignment, and one of the major parts of the site includes tutorials and I wanted to ask if I could use this image as a thumbnail (credited to you). Please let me know if I do have your permission to use a thumbnail of this deviation. The website won't actually be live, it's just the flat design. Also I need to show an example of the page when you click on the thumbnail, let me know I can also use an enlarged version (kind of like the size I see here). Thank you.
Anything would like should work. I would be a bit concerned about the thickness, depending on what was used. If using cherries or raspberries or anything of that nature, you should be fine. If using citrus or something really juicy I would go with preserves to maintain the texture.
-laughs- Yeah. I made up for it though. While I didn't have time enough to run to the store today, I was given an electric mini-cupcake maker for Christmas. So once the batter was ready, which took about five minutes max, I made about 50+ of those and topped them with a frosting "star" while cleaning up the house at the same time : D