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Old 07-30-2014, 06:47 AM   #11
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Um, I really like the idea of a poll to name this, though I really like "Cheesecake Sliders" too. The sad thing is that I've forgotten how to set up a poll.

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Cheesecake Burgers [B]Cheesecake Burgers[/B] Now before your roll your eyes, or think “Disgusting!” read the concept. We all love cheesecake. But it costs me $20 to make a New York cheesecake from scratch. It’s worth every penny when it’s done, but it’s still pricey. I wanted to come up with a way to make cheesecake lighter, and more assessable. The Cheesecake burger is what I’ve come up with. Of course this little desert gem has no burger in it at all. I simply takes the shape of a burger, sort of. Here’s what you will need, and how we will make it. And boys and girls, this is not a from scratch recipe. Ingredients; Pre-made shortcake rounds, like the kind you purchase at the grocery store for making strawberry shortcake. Bu enough to have two shortcakes for each person. 2 tubs. Philadelphia ready-made cheesecake filling (not quite as good as from scratch, by still yummy) Canned Strawberry pie filling Spoon cheesecake filling onto a shortcake. Top with a little of the pie filling. Cover with the second shortcake. And that’s all there is to it. Refrigerate until ready to serve. Now how easy was that? Seeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North 3 stars 1 reviews
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