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Valentine’s Treat- White Chocolate Wildberry Cheesecake

wildberry cheesecake

Now that we are about a month away from Valentine’s Day I thought I would start featuring some Valentine’s Day treats!  These treats will be featured each Sunday with a final wrap up near Valentine’s Day.  The most recent recipe I tried that would be perfect for Valentine’s Day is this White Chocolate Wildberry Cheesecake.

This recipe was originally found on AllRecipes.com.  I adapted it bit and used frozen mixed berries instead of raspberry.  I also used a 9 inch pie pan; however, I do strongly suggest using the 9 inch springform pan.  My pan simply went missing the day that I made this, although the pie pan worked just as well.

wildberry cheesecake

If you head over to AllRecipes, you will find many pictures of different variations of how to serve this cheesecake and get creative!

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4 Responses to “Valentine’s Treat- White Chocolate Wildberry Cheesecake”

  1. Jenn Ramseyposted February 2, 2012 at 6:13 pm

    So I’m making this now for my husband’s birthday treat instead of the traditional birthday cake. Just wondering if your cream cheese mixture was really runny after you added the melted white chocolate and milk. My cream cheese was nice and thick until I added the melted chocolate and then it got really runny. I couldn’t fit the whole batter into my cake batter either. Wonder if I did something wrong?? When I swirled the mixture after adding the berry sauce I couldn’t even see the swirls because my batter was so runny. Help!! Hopefully it will still taste good. :)

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    • Kristyreplied February 2nd, 2012 at 6:22 pm

      It will be sort of runny, very much liquid. It will form into the right consistency in the oven. When you did the swirls be sure to do half the batter, then pour in some of the fruit mixture (3 tbsp), then do the rest of the batter and the rest of the 3 tbsp of fruit mixture. That way when you are swirling it you should have some of the mixture on top too so you’ll be able to see it. You want to fill it to close to the top.
      That last picture is right when I put it in the oven so it’s pretty liquid there and not thick at all.

  2. Kristyposted February 2, 2012 at 6:22 pm

    It will be sort of runny, very much liquid. It will form into the right consistency in the oven. When you did the swirls be sure to do half the batter, then pour in some of the fruit mixture (3 tbsp), then do the rest of the batter and the rest of the 3 tbsp of fruit mixture. That way when you are swirling it you should have some of the mixture on top too so you’ll be able to see it. You want to fill it to close to the top.
    That last picture is right when I put it in the oven so it’s pretty liquid there and not thick at all.

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