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k_young221 01-25-2010 10:36 PM

Disappearing Cheesecake Filling
I tried a recipe for a chocolate bundt cake with a cheesecake filling in the center. I poured half the chocolate batter into the pan, layered on the cheesecake filling, added the rest of the batter, then baked.

The cake turned out very well, but when I cut into it... No filling! I guess it just mixed into the rest of the batter. Did I do something wrong? Any tips to make this successful? I think I remember making this recipe once before and didn't have a problem, but I don't know what I did differently.

GrillingFool 01-25-2010 11:35 PM

Oven Brownies ate it all.

k_young221 01-26-2010 07:30 AM

But... Why?! I was so sad.

vagriller 01-26-2010 09:20 AM

Might have to pour half the chocolate batter in and cook for a bit, then pour in the cheesecake batter, cook for a bit more. Then pour in the rest of the chocolate and finish cooking.

SNPiccolo5 03-02-2010 08:02 PM

Or, maybe you could freeze the cheesecake part? It won't be rock solid, so you'll still be able to form clumps and then put them in the cake. The rest of the cake would cook, but the cream cheese would remain solid longer.

But I haven't done it before, so who know.


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