Scrumptious Strawberry Cheesecake


My kind of strawberry cheesecake –
as featured in TastespottingFoodgawker
(This image is also submitted for CLICK Photo Event)

Another baking trial day. Just a quick fix of sweets, I didn’t feel like following a complicated recipe. I just want something perfect to go with my fresh sweet strawberries bought from the market yesterday, along with fresh strawberry jam as a quick subs in case I need to make any sauce or glazing.

Guess what, it’s so perfectly silky and melts in the mouth. The smoothness creamy cheese blends in nicely with the sweet strawberry. I think I fall in love…

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* 4 pcs of eggs
* 1 3/4 cup of sugar
* 24 oz cream cheese
* 1 tsp vanilla extract/crystals
* 2 cups of cracker crumbs for cheesecake
* 1 stick butter, melted
* 1 cup sour cream

Cooking Directions:
1.) In a medium bowl, mix graham cracker crumbs with melted butter.
Press into a 9-10″ springform pan, pushing about an inch
of the mixture up the sides of the pan.
2.) Mix cream cheese, eggs, 1 cup of the sugar & vanilla.
Beat for about 20 minutes
3.) Pour filling into pan. Bake for 40 minutes at 325.
4.) Cool in oven for 35 minutes with door open

1.) Beat together the remaining 3/4 cup sugar & sour cream for
about 10 mnts until it gets fluffy.
2.) Pour over cooled cake and bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes.
3.) Cool cake completely before slicing and serving.


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Thanks to all my food buddies for the support, I am also submitting this image to CLICK Photo Event – Red for January 2009, hosted by Jugalbandi.

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  limeandlemon wrote @

wow this looks amazing … sooooo delicious and quiet simple to make … love the photos … its a must try recipe for me … Laila …

  mindy wrote @

rajinna dirimu jeng.. eh due-date-nya kapan say? ini ga diikutin Click?

  barefootster wrote @

Good idea Min, mungkin ini mendingan drpd si lasagna?

Thanks for stopping by, Laila 😀

  barefootster wrote @

Photo processing from NEF (Nikon RAW format) … ugh, again the colors doesn’t sit right :-((((

  Tangled Noodle wrote @

As usual, your photos are incredible! Strawberry is my all-time favorite cheesecake flavor – this is heavenly.

  Pepy wrote @

Back then, everytime I made cheesecake, my husband was so happy as the only cake he loves. Now, he can’t have it anymore, due to his allergy to dairy’s products, egg and wheat. Awesome pic, dhi!

ehh bener kata mindoel ikutan CLICK.

  pigpigscorner wrote @

ooo looks amazing! I’ve been craving for cheesecake!

  Damon wrote @

when you say 4 pcs of eggs do you mean 48 (4 dozen) eggs ???

  barefootster wrote @

Cute comment, Damon. I’ve never seen anyone baking using 48 eggs at once!

Thanks Pep and PPC 😀

  barefootster wrote @

Due date bentar lagi Min…. April 20…..

  diana wrote @

terima kasih ya Mbak udah mampir di blogku..salam kenal
this is very nice blog and your pictures are wonderful..:)

  barefootster wrote @

Lam kenal juga Diana, resep & fotomu juga bagus-bagus…..

  Margreet wrote @

It looks great and I’d love to try it. I’m just wondering, how much butter is one stick? (Different continents, different measurements)

  ingrid wrote @

Now that looks goooood! I’ve been a a cheesecake kick lately but the last one I made was a bit complicated as in it made a few “parts”.

Btw, GREAT photos!!!

  barefootster wrote @

Thanks Ingrid.

Margreet, it’s equal to 8 tbs or half cup of butter

  Fitri wrote @

whuaaaaaaaaaah.. die lo udah baking banyak bangeeeet.. cakep maak.. cakeeep…

  lisa (dandysugar) wrote @

Wow, this looks beautiful! I can almost just taste how creamy it must be.

  Sharon wrote @

It is super yummy! And works nicely at 7,000 ft altitude, that is unless you forget to parchment paper the pan, but it still tasted fantastic. Thank you!!! from Sandia Park, New Mexico

  jugalbandi » CLICK: Red. The winners are … wrote @

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